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    It is not by chance this problem exists in rock music. Fisher wrote extensively about these types of problems in his essay. Fisher noted that rock challenges the traditional thinking about an objective aesthetic value, and that its creation present problems for the question of authenticity in music.1 Fisher proposes that recorded music has its own separate ontology that must be taken into account, if we are to talk about authenticity issues in music. Recordings have specific sound events that are highlighted, re-mixed, and edited, to produce the very best of a particular music piece.2 As such, it is now the recording that is the most authentic expression of the music as opposed to the performance. This seems to turn the whole idea of authenticity…

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    pertains to just compensation for eminent domain takees (Wyman ). Ideally, would it be more just to yield to takees’ subjective judgements of how much value they lost with the taking or to award compensation based on objective standards? The first option corresponds to simply returning things to the way they were, while the latter could potentially create an even fairer situation. In her article “The Measure of Just Compensation,” Katrina Wyman argues that because takees often enjoy high…

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    further than just the general view of what we identify ourselves with and where we belong to. As it is discussed in the article “Identity” by Akeel Bilgrami, identity is shaped by a subjective and objective sense, in which subjective means the identity acquired to certain characteristics that a person has and that they feel identified with (approved by their other values and or by others), and objective means the identity owed to characteristics a person has that not necessarily feels identified…

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    Learning Activity #4: Objective vs Subjective Exercise How and why understanding the differences between objective and subjected statements, reasoning will help me achieve academic success? Because of the formula and methodology used which is often used in mainstream media, books, programs, films, movies, articles, music, religion and a plethora of other different genre’s we are often misinformed or given a half- truth on a particular subject and therefore as the general population, we don’t…

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    “The serious attempt to identify what is subjective and particular, or relative and communal, in one’s outlook leads inevitably to the objective and universal. That is so whether the object of our scrutiny is ethics, or science, or even logic.”10 This is because, “The concept of subjectivity always demands an objective framework, within which the subjective is located and his special perspective or set of responses described. We cannot leave the standpoint of justification completely, and it…

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    meaning “arises when subjective attraction meets objective attractiveness” (Wolf 9). While Wolf emphasizes the necessity of objective values in living a meaningful life, she does not provide a systematic framework in which objective values are defined and can be used to evaluate individual lives. Jonathan Haidt, one of the commentators of Wolf’s work, offers the concepts of “vital engagement” and “hive psychology” that are meant to solve the problem of objective meaning raised by Wolf. In…

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    the ride index and the second one is for the purpose of collecting the fundamental parameter values used in the modeling phase of the full-car simulation. Firstly, four convenient vehicles were chosen, namely two of them are medium sedan passenger cars and the other two of them are light commercial vehicles. After choosing the vehicles, another important task is choosing convenient roads. Six roads having different properties (asymmetric traverse, dirt road, paved, highway, test track, and…

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    Strengths: Patients that did not qualify were removed from the study. External Validity: Threats: There were more autograft patients than allograft patients, which could potentially increase the number of patients that complained of pain. Autograft patients were younger than allograft patients. Some of the patients had other knee pathologies. Strengths: The subjective and objective scales were pretty straightforward and easy to understand. All patients followed the same rehabilitation…

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    Hashaam Naseer Professor Conuel Philosophy 104 Objective Morality In order to understand the reality or the fiction of objective morality it is crucial to first understand the meaning of objective morality. Like with many philosophical terms; by no means is there a definitive meaning of objective morality. Objective morality could be considered as an ideal of a system of ethics, with set moral judgements, is factually correct rather than just correct because of subjective opinion. The claim of…

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    Deflating queerness Before contesting the conceptual claim, it would be pertinent to clarify the types of value that are considered by Mackie tout court. Subsequently, the following criteria will be used as a guide by which to assess the plausibility of Mackie’s conceptual claim. The following represents what shall be referred to as the Mackiean moral value criterion (MMV) and includes the following options; MMV 1. MV is true of x, regardless of x’s desires, purpose, motivation and reasons…

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