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  • Strength, Weakness, Opportunity, And Threat Analysis

    major downstream industries are rapidly growing, it implies that the company could have good opportunity in the industries. And if the company has the ability to take this opportunity, the rate for the company in this part is high and positive. On the contrary, polluting industries such as paper and coating are not promising, or even declining recently. If a company’s major industrial coverage falls in these industries, then the company is expected to face a threat. It is still rated positively though in low numbers, if the company can use its strength to overcome the threat. It is rated negatively if the company is likely to be threatened by these factors. Supply in Strength and Weakness refers to price competitiveness, integration of value chain and production scale. Firstly, if a company’s price is too high or has low performance-to-price ratio, then the company is rated with a negative number under “Supply” in “Strength and Weakness”, vice versa. Secondly, if a company has upstream (other than EO & PO) and/or downstream production, it is typically a major strength of the company. Thirdly, if a company has large production scale or large capacity, it is likely to have strong supply ability when having large orders. In addition, small AEO suppliers are gradually being driven out of the market, which means suppliers with large production scale is likely to earn higher market share. Supply in Opportunity and Threat refers to the trend of raw material prices and the product…

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  • The Value Of A Christian Worldview

    Central to a person’s beliefs and actions lies their worldview. That is, what a person views as real, true, and of value will dictate how a person acts, responds, and views others. More than this, a person’s views in these areas will determine what that person gives his or her attention to and what that person avoids. Whether or not we take the time to analyze each of our beliefs and to determine whether they complement our other beliefs, we have a worldview and act based upon our worldview.…

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  • Job's Summary: Enemy

    faith was of a magnitude that he wrapped his mind at least partially around the divine Warrior and Enemy also being the perfect divine Advocate and Intercessor. This was one more step in peeling back the layers of Job’s faith. His unshakeable confidence in God’s absolute sovereignty undergirded each succeeding declaration in its context. For the past three chapters, Job’s thinking was in the judicial framework. He was about to add another dimension. Sidebar - Is this the end of the discussion?…

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  • The Jesus Question By Judith Plaskow Summary

    There are various symbols for religious imagination and its not common to re-imagine or re-symbolize the traditional concept of God; but its good to try and see God from other peoples points of view, to have an open mind about the understanding of God. Author, Judith Plaskow argues in her story, "Standing Again at Sinai: Judaism from a Feminist Perspective" about the images and numerous metaphors of God. "If identifying God with a particular set of metaphors both limits God and supports a…

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  • Kierkegaard's Spheres Of Existence And Boredom

    feels that by devoting life to god, one will get the most out of existence. Rather than living for oneself, the aesthete, or even living for others, the ethical, one must devote fully to god. The relationship that most have with god is through universal ethics that religion dictates. By following these rules, the individual can relate to the Absolute. While the actions that god tells the individual to do might be illogical, Kierkegaard sees faith as illogical. To fully explain, the leap of faith…

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  • Tillich's Argument Analysis

    In my church, we don't refer to God as a ¨implied being.¨ Although we too value symbols such as the cross and images said to be God, we pray to Him with a firm belief He is listening which gives us a great comfort. The test of Tillich’s most profound claim is his Systematic Theology; the test of his Systematic Theology, not the only test but for our purposes, the fundamental test, is his doctrine of God. The language by which we differentiate one object from another, one person from another,…

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  • An Essay About My American Dream

    I desire an outstanding job because I want an everyday experience of preforming to the best of my abilities. If everyday of that job were the same, I would no longer be challenged to achieve the best work everyday because I would preform the same work everyday. The same goes for my want of a loving family. I look forward to the opportunity to care for and provide for my family each day the absolute best that I can but doing the same tasks each day would quickly grow boring and unchallenging. My…

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  • The Permanence Of The Sat-Chit, Verses 40-9 And Forty-Six

    Satpa(n)th is the representation of Sat (Truth), just as the Supreme Name of Allah, the Ism al-a‘ẓam, embodies the Sat (Truth) and is therefore, referred to by Pir Shams in his Brahm Prakāsh, Sat Shabd (True Word). Above all, the Ginans make a lavish use of the term Sat in conjunction with Gur, i.e. Satgur, which demonstrates that, as the Epitome of the Eternal Truth, the Satguru is able to lead one to the Sat (Truth) – hence, the appellation Satguru, that is, the True Guide, Teacher of Truth,…

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  • Propane Experiment

    Absolute zero is the lowest possible temperature, where nothing could be colder and no heat energy remains in a substance. The absolute zero value of an experiment is the temperature at which entropy reaches its minimum value. The theoretical values for absolute zero is 0 Kelvin (-273.15 ◦C or -459.67 ◦F). This principle applies to the experiment as it explains the value at which a gas would theoretically have a volume of 0 mL and would therefore take up the least amount of space.…

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  • Summary Of John Locke's Second Treatise Of Government

    John Locke, who was an English philosopher and physician, wrote the Second Treatise of Government. The Second Treatise of Government focused on having sovereignty into the hands of people and believes there are two states: state of nature and state or war. Locke strongly believed in human rights, equality, and the labor theory of value. However, Niccolò Machiavelli, who wrote, The Prince, emphasized on having a government with a ruler having absolute total power over its people. Machiavelli…

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