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See the attached documents for detail. Need to answer all six questions adhering

See the attached documents for detail. Need to answer all six questions adhering all requirements stated in the attached paper.

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please follow directions on template and refer to example for the outline or scr

please follow directions on template and refer to example for the outline or script. I chose to do a slide show so please just provide the notes for slide show that I can read and record myself.

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I have attached all the instructions here. I have chosen gun violence for my pro

I have attached all the instructions here. I have chosen gun violence for my project and I have attached it here. It has three parts.
unit 2.2

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I have attached all the instructions here. I have chosen gun violence for my pro

I have attached all the instructions here. I have chosen gun violence for my project and I have attached it here. It has three parts.
unit 2.2

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I also have readings for the prompts so choose the prompt you will write about a

I also have readings for the prompts so choose the prompt you will write about and I will add the readings that you should use. please get back to me

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Zhuangzi advocates a kind of strategy in response to various ethical, and metaph

Zhuangzi advocates a kind of strategy in response to various ethical, and metaphysical debates conducted by philosophers. We might interpret this strategy to be (a) a form of relativism (metaphysical and ethical truths are relative, like how truths about taste are relative; there are no absolute truths), (b) a form of pragmatism (what is objectively real or true is what is useful), or (c) a form of conceptualism (everybody is right because there are no real distinctions in the world that correspond to the various words we use to speak).
I believe pragmatism is the most fundamentally correct interpretation of Zhuangzi’s strategy.
Write an introduction
The body explain the theory behind Zhuangzi advocates a kind of strategy in response to various ethical and metaphysical debates conducted by the philosophers.
Explain why you believe this strategy is a form of pragmatism (what is objectively real or true is what is valid).
Write in the style of Confucius or Zhuangzi.

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Zhuangzi advocates a kind of strategy in response to various ethical, and metaph

Zhuangzi advocates a kind of strategy in response to various ethical, and metaphysical debates conducted by philosophers. We might interpret this strategy to be (a) a form of relativism (metaphysical and ethical truths are relative, like how truths about taste are relative; there are no absolute truths), (b) a form of pragmatism (what is objectively real or true is what is useful), or (c) a form of conceptualism (everybody is right because there are no real distinctions in the world that correspond to the various words we use to speak).
I believe pragmatism is the most fundamentally correct interpretation of Zhuangzi’s strategy.
Write an introduction
The body explain the theory behind Zhuangzi advocates a kind of strategy in response to various ethical and metaphysical debates conducted by the philosophers.
Explain why you believe this strategy is a form of pragmatism (what is objectively real or true is what is valid).
Write in the style of Confucius or Zhuangzi.

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1. Give a summary of the Christian personalist position. use either/both Crosby

1. Give a summary of the Christian personalist position. use either/both Crosby and/or Sullivan to succinctly summarize what Christian personalism is, what it believes about the nature of the human person, the demands it makes on us as persons, and why.
2. Give me an argument to the christian personalist position. While you can use either/or Crosby or Sullivan, take your best shot at the problem itself. Make the argument for transgenderism; make the argument for abortion; make the argument for furries.
3. Then give me the counterargument from the sullivan/crosby perspective in response. What would their objection to transgenderism be? what would their objection to abortion be? what would Sullivan and Crosby have to say about furries?
Strong intro paragraph, hit the three points, strong conclusion.
times new roman, 12pt font, double spaced, 800-1000 words

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1. Give a summary of the Christian personalist position. use either/both Crosby

1. Give a summary of the Christian personalist position. use either/both Crosby and/or Sullivan to succinctly summarize what Christian personalism is, what it believes about the nature of the human person, the demands it makes on us as persons, and why.
2. Give me an argument to the christian personalist position. While you can use either/or Crosby or Sullivan, take your best shot at the problem itself. Make the argument for transgenderism; make the argument for abortion; make the argument for furries.
3. Then give me the counterargument from the sullivan/crosby perspective in response. What would their objection to transgenderism be? what would their objection to abortion be? what would Sullivan and Crosby have to say about furries?
Strong intro paragraph, hit the three points, strong conclusion.
times new roman, 12pt font, double spaced, 800-1000 words

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FREE COPY OF BOOK: http://library.lol/main/D909122BB1C7E28BE24AA715F37286A8 http

FREE COPY OF BOOK:
http://library.lol/main/D909122BB1C7E28BE24AA715F37286A8
https://ipfs.io/ipfs/bafykbzaceav7ylrrmyqx4eqewccfuebd2mmqpx4ncp3zk3mt76rvytsvquwua?filename=Joseph%20Owens%20-%20An%20Elementary%20Christian%20Metaphysics-Bruce%20%281963%29.pdf
Answer the questions in a paragraph at most or a few sentences if that is all that is needed to answer the question.
Answer all parts of questions, every sub-question, but do not write essays please, try to answer as simply as possible.
1)Chapter three of the book, “The Elementary Christian Metaphysics,” is entitled “The Apprehension of Being.” In the first five pages of that chapter, Father Owens discusses the knowledge of the being of things as involving two operations of the intellect acting in unity. Those operations are called conceptualization (simple apprehension) and judgment (judgment being taken in what he calls a technical sense of the term). What can you tell me about the meaning of these two operations of the intellect as talked about on those pages?
2)In chapter three, Fr. Owens talks about the being of sensible things as spread out into past, present and future. In doing so he gives an example of the being of an individual person like yourself. What does he say there about this?
3)Also in chapter three he speaks about the knowledge of the existence (the being) of things as of two kinds: direct and indirect. The direct knowledge of the being of things is called judgment. The term judgment which he uses here is taken in the technical sense of the term which he defined in earlier in the chapter and which I mentioned above. But the knowledge of being can also be indirect. Another name for indirect knowledge is reasoning. What can you say about all this? And in this regard, what can you say about the example of a man whose view of a fire is blocked by a hill, but who can see smoke rising from the other side of the hill?
4.Chapter four of the book is entitled “The Conceptualization of Being.” a)How does the conceptualization of being differ from the judgment of being spoken of the chapter three?
b)Can you say anything about the meaning of the terms: act and perfection? c)On page 60 at the beginning of the second paragraph, Fr. Owens conceptualizes being as “the act of all acts and the perfection of all perfections.” What can you say about the meaning of this statement?
5)Does St. Thomas think that you could have a universe of essences of different kinds without existence? Can you say anything about this?
6)Chapter five is entitled “The Accidentality and the Priority of Being.”
b)What did it mean to say that existence (being) is accidental to what has it?
c)What did it mean to say that being is prior to what has it?
d)Why can a thing not give itself its own being?
e)Explain the meaning of efficient cause (page 73)?
f)Why must a finite existing thing (a creature) have its being from something else?
7)What if the something else from which a thing has its being also has accidental being?
8)Neither St. Thomas or Fr. Owens thinks it is possible to have an endless series of causes each of which has its being from something else. They argue that an infinite series of causes (also called caused causes or secondary causes) is not sufficient to account for the being of things, but that the only way all things that have caused being can exist is by tracing all of them back to what was called the First Cause or the Uncaused Cause or to what can be called Subsistent Being. What can you say about all of this?
7)In their metaphysics, St. Thomas and Fr. Owens argue that Subsistent Being (which can also be called the Nature of Being and can also be understood as being God) must be infinitely perfect and infinitely good and entirely free from any imperfection or any evil at all. Can you say anything about this?