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In what ways are they similar?

Compare and contrast Plato’s and Aristotle’s ethics. In what ways are they similar?
In what ways do they differ?

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Why?

The following questions may serve as guide to your topics :
What Daoist concepts/perspectives do you find most relevant or inspiring to your understanding of life, humanity, and nature? Why? Please integrate real life experience with psycho-philosophical contemplations.
The principles of Daoist life cultivation imply authentic, wuwei, and natural (ziran, self-so) way of living. Does it mean for us to choose an easy/lazy path with minimum struggle ? What is the purpose of Daoist life cultivation to you ? Please integrate real life experience as well as psycho-philosophical contemplations.
How possibly can today’s science and technology contribute to Daoist life cultivation? Or put in another way: how Daoist principles can lead a wiser way of using technology and social media ?
What are the takeaways from elegant gathering presentations? Daoist Arts?
Please, see my essays below. It will give you my perspective. Final paper can be the combination of both essays, expanded version. I love the writer Dr Wayne W Dyer “Change Your Thoughts, Change Your Life”.
Essay #1
https://docs.google.com/document/d/19u9C5RBjokJGosSSBxOQhHOwiSRn1NNrWLiuOV09RYQ/edit
Essay #2
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1sezUMmeKPzkO1GC_oF_gdldzICDLsnXBix7J9kCpVAQ/edit

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If more days are needed we can work on it.

This is a bracket of a couple of different assignment of different classes but I will pay more due to how I’m posting this. If more days are needed we can work on it. My email is robertbrent22@gmail.com. Details will be provided there. I am willing to pay if my work will be done completely and organized.

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No secondary sources!

Please answer the following question;
For Camus and for Heidegger, what does it mean to ‘be’ in the world?
1,500 words, Double-spaced, NOT a research essay! NO secondary sources!
All material needed to complete this essay will be attached, including the exact criteria for evaluation, the necessary readings, typed transcripts and audio recordings, as well as my limited messy class notes.
No format specified (APA, MLA, Chicago, etc.) Again not a research essay so does not matter. Just ensure that it flows and is easy to read. Well organized and transitions easibcily from point to point.

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How does it go about this process?

Quote sparingly and add PDF name and page number.
When answering question 1. Make a Point 2. Provide an example 3. Explain why this is important
1. What are the needs of the political community? What must all political communities do to insure their survival? What about Philosophy? What does philosophy seek? How does it go about this process?
Now, please compare and contrast the Socrates of the Clouds, with the Socrates of the Platonic dialogues.
2. Is Socrates against nature, or following it? Please draw examples from Aristophanes’ The Clouds and the relevant Platonic Dialogues.
3. Does Socrates use the “unjust” speech? In order to answer this question, you should first define what the unjust speech is. Why is it unjust? And, is Socrates guilty of using it? If so, why? If not, why?
4. Does he invent new Gods? Or, does he follow the Gods of the city, i.e., the
Delphic Oracle?
5. Last, does Socrates corrupt the youth? What is your opinion?
Note: The files uploaded aren’t the complete source material and are missing “Platos Crito” if the writer can acquire ISBN-13 : 978-0801485749 for this, then it would be greatly appreciated. Also quoting from the text Is required so please use these files as best as possible with “Plato’s Crito” attachbcied being a substitute file.

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For camus and for heidegger, what does it mean to ‘be’ in the world?

Please answer the following question;
For Camus and for Heidegger, what does it mean to ‘be’ in the world?
1,500 words, Double-spaced, NOT a research essay! NO secondary sources!
All material needed to complete this essay will be attached, including the exact criteria for evaluation, the necessary readings, typed transcripts and audio recordings, as well as my limited messy class notes.
No format specified (APA, MLA, Chicago, etc.) Again not a research essay so does not matter. Just ensure that it flows and is easy to read. Well organized and transitions easibcily from point to point.

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Provide an example 3.

Quote sparingly and add PDF name and page number.
When answering question 1. Make a Point 2. Provide an example 3. Explain why this is important
1. What are the needs of the political community? What must all political communities do to insure their survival? What about Philosophy? What does philosophy seek? How does it go about this process?
Now, please compare and contrast the Socrates of the Clouds, with the Socrates of the Platonic dialogues.
2. Is Socrates against nature, or following it? Please draw examples from Aristophanes’ The Clouds and the relevant Platonic Dialogues.
3. Does Socrates use the “unjust” speech? In order to answer this question, you should first define what the unjust speech is. Why is it unjust? And, is Socrates guilty of using it? If so, why? If not, why?
4. Does he invent new Gods? Or, does he follow the Gods of the city, i.e., the
Delphic Oracle?
5. Last, does Socrates corrupt the youth? What is your opinion?
Note: The files uploaded aren’t the complete source material and are missing “Platos Crito” if the writer can acquire ISBN-13 : 978-0801485749 for this, then it would be greatly appreciated. Also quoting from the text Is required so please use these files as best as possible with “Plato’s Crito” attachbcied being a substitute file.

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Does wittgenstein have a satisfactory way of explaining the meaninbcigs of false elementary propositions?

Does Wittgenstein have a satisfactory way of explaining the meaninbcigs of false elementary propositions?

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You must have a creative and informative title (“swa 1” is not creative or informative)

SWAs – (20 Points Each) For your Six (6) Short Writing Assignments this semester you will write a MLA formatted 300 word double-spaced response paper (11-12 pt. font Calibri or Times New Roman) looking at a specific primary source document (a work of literature/ philosophy from the “READING” sections of the current chapter) from the textbook to examine its cultural impact. This is a personal response and will require no outside research (i.e. you will not quote any source material outside of your chosen artifact and textbook (20% or less of the total word count)). Your lowest SWA will be dropped from the grade book.
1. You must have a creative and informative title (“SWA 1” is not creative or informative)
2. You must introduce and reference the author (including the culture) and title work by name (if known). (1 sentence)
3. You must provide the historical and cultural framework of the work. (3-4 sentences)
4. You must present your own interpretations about the significance of the object using key terms learned from the current week’s materials and specific details from the chosen work. (Thbciis is much of your response)

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How do each of them respond to the claim that human beings have a natural inclination to act only in ways that they believe to be in their own self-interest?

What are the assumptions about human nature made by Adam Smith and David Hume? How do each of them respond to the claim that human beings have a natural inclination to act only in ways that they believe to be in their own self-interest? What do each of them say about the possibility of genuine empathy or sympathy of human beings for one another? Does Adam Smith see any problems for “assembly line” workers under capitalism? If so, how does he think they should be addressed? In a Capitalist society, what do you personally believe the role of government should be? Toward workers? Toward entrepreneurs or business owners? In your opinion, what do you make of the following statement: “Capitalism and morality are totally incompatible with one-another.”
REQUIRED SOURCE: The Essential Texts 4th Edition, editbcied by Steven M. Cahn.