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    Before I jump directly into reflecting on the group presentation, I would just like to wishfully thank them for their effort and of course, thank you for teaching a course that was rather interesting. I moved all the way from Kuwait to Brock and in all honesty, knew that group work would be my first and main concern. The reason behind this is that usually, I would get to pick my own friends and that makes the communication process within the group much easier but that’s not the case at Brock and other universities. Groups (just like for this class) are picked at random and with that come stakes that you must deal with such as people that are not motivated or committed enough to do work, or someone that speaks broken English. The assignment…

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    Group Reflection

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    Group Reflection Paper My group members for the group speech were Alex Potzner, Caitlyn Haller, and Shelby Welsh. I really had a great group experience, and I think my other group members would agree. When we first got together, it was pretty easy to narrow down our topic choices. We ended up not getting our first choice, but we did get the our second choice of the NAACP. We were very excited to start working on the speech, and we all decided to meet on a Wednesday. At our meeting, everyone…

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    In our group presentation, there were areas where are presentation excelled and areas where our presentation could have been improved. Our transitions from one topic to the next lacked fluidity across the board. I struggled with reading the evidence I was using to support my claim which distracted me and the audience. Otherwise, the group was able to smooth talk about their topics without much issue. If we had practiced the speech once or twice, transitions between topics would have been more…

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    Group Observation Report

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    In this essay, I will be reflecting on our group presentation and the work that led up to it. I will cover how are rules and norms contributed to how the group functioned. How the different roles we took contributed or took away from our group success. Just how far using your decision making and leaderships skills can take you within your group environments. I will also talk about how our group was effective what made it so, and what I learned from this experience. Finally, I will address just…

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    Free Will Definition: An agent is free to choose whether to do or not to do something with nothing or no one preventing them of doing so (Thomas Hobbes & David Hume). Freedom of Will VS. Freedom of Action: Freedom of will allows an agent to choose. Freedom of action allows you to act freely. It's depends on the individual to decide if we need to have both or only one of these elements to be considered as having free will. However, freedom of action couldn't exist without freedom of will.…

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    exactly is free will? Free will is defined as, “a free and independent decision; a voluntary decision” (free will, n.d.). Do individuals possess free will and are morally responsible for their actions, or is everything predetermined for them and thus are not responsible for actions committed? This essay will discuss free will as well as determine a possible answer for whether there is such a thing as free will and moral responsibility. For my argument, I believe since everyone has some form of…

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    claims and argue against Libertarians that it is not possible to be truly morally responsible for one’s actions even with this idea of indeterminacy. Libertarians specifically believe that our free will allows us to have true moral responsibility. In order to fully understand Strawson’s views and the views of those that counter him, we must revisit what his basic argument is. As human beings, we make specific choices and carry out actions the way we do because of our character or personality or…

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    Artifact Creation Task

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    For this Artifact Creation Task, my group consisted of Martina, Tesha and Sara, sitting beside one another; we decided to form a group. After we were briefed on this task, it was extremely necessary for us to have a way that we could communicate with each other effectively and efficiently. After discovering each of us had a Facebook account, it was unanimous that a Facebook group chat was the best way to go. Throughout the task, the Facebook chat was significant in connecting us together…

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    ago, philosophers began to argue about the existence of free will. Free will is a power of acting without restraint of fate. People started questioning whether free will exists or if it is merely imagined. Do humans have control over their actions, behaviors, choices, desires and emotions? Some philosophers believe that human have self-control over their actions, and others say that there is no such a thing as self-control. Philosophers have long debated the concept of free will among humans. Is…

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    Free Will And Religiosity

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    Determinism Free Will and Religiosity Introduction: Free will as defined by the Merriam-Webster dictionary is the ability to choose how to act, or the ability to make choices that are not controlled by fate or God. While determinism is a theory or doctrine that acts of the will, occurrences in nature, or social or psychological phenomena are casually determined by preceding events or natural laws, or as a belief in predestination. Another word worth defining is religiosity which is the quality…

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