Q1: Review your required reading, especially Goodson’s (2017) Exercise 35 (at

   Q1: Review your required reading, especially Goodson’s (2017) Exercise 35 (attached), and the APA publication manual (2019) (Not attached – it’s online), and think about your experiences in writing your introduction and literature review from RES 7011 (attached).  1. Discuss the strategies (successful and unsuccessful) you can use to organize and write your paper… Continue reading   
Q1: Review your required reading, especially Goodson’s (2017) Exercise 35 (at

   Q1: Review your required reading, especially Goodson’s (2017) Exercise 35 (at

   Q1: Review your required reading, especially Goodson’s (2017) Exercise 35 (attached), and the APA publication manual (2019) (Not attached – it’s online), and think about your experiences in writing your introduction and literature review from RES 7011 (attached).  1. Discuss the strategies (successful and unsuccessful) you can use to organize and write your paper… Continue reading   
Q1: Review your required reading, especially Goodson’s (2017) Exercise 35 (at

. The Book of Job (Bible) on the one hand, and Camus and Sartre on the other, re

. The Book of Job (Bible) on the one hand, and Camus and Sartre on the other, reflect a stark contrast in attitude towards God and organized religion. Having said that, how might the two contrasting attitudes be reflected in their respective approaches to the following areas: A. Meaning/Meaninglessness of Life B. Moral Responsibility C. Human Freedom 2.… Continue reading . The Book of Job (Bible) on the one hand, and Camus and Sartre on the other, re

   1. What set of personal ethical principles you live by and how you formed the

   1. What set of personal ethical principles you live by and how you formed them 2. How your ethical reasoning skills have been transformed, if at all, by your establishing a personal set of ethical principles to live by 3. Real-life experience where you have appliedyour set of ethical principles to make sound judgments… Continue reading   
1. What set of personal ethical principles you live by and how you formed the

 Do you think life has meaning? From your perspective, how do you define a meani

 Do you think life has meaning? From your perspective, how do you define a meaningful or meaningless life? Is your life headed in one or the other direction – towards meaningfulness or meaninglessness? Are you content with the way it is going? Does life with or without meaning affect our moral decision-making? Why or why… Continue reading  Do you think life has meaning? From your perspective, how do you define a meani

1. What obligations or duties do we have, if any, to animals? First, state and d

1. What obligations or duties do we have, if any, to animals? First, state and defend your position on this issue. Next, compare and contrast objections from philosophers such as Kant and Singer who may disagree with your point of view.  2. In one animal rights campaign years ago, there was a glossy poster with a beautiful… Continue reading 1. What obligations or duties do we have, if any, to animals? First, state and d

Write a critique. Critique should be at least one and a half to two typed pages

Write a critique. Critique should be at least one and a half to two typed pages in length. Critique must contain: 1. at least one paragraph about the major theme 2. at least one paragraph about new ideas or terms 3. a personal statement concerning your overall reaction to the reading 4. any question(s) that… Continue reading Write a critique. Critique should be at least one and a half to two typed pages

. Which of the two readings seemed to resonate more with your own experience or

. Which of the two readings seemed to resonate more with your own experience or gut feelings – English’s or Yutang’s? Why? There are subtle social/cultural presuppositions that we may be unaware of that influence our ethical decision making. It is philosophy that forces us to question those presuppositions—that is living the examined life, so… Continue reading . Which of the two readings seemed to resonate more with your own experience or

. Your parents gave you up for adoption at a young age, because at the time they

. Your parents gave you up for adoption at a young age, because at the time they had you they were young and had little in the way of financial resources. They thought that your being adopted by well-educated parents with financial security would be in your best interests. Thirty years have passed and by… Continue reading . Your parents gave you up for adoption at a young age, because at the time they