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    Raskolnikov

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    “If thou doest well, shall it not be lifted up? and if thou doest not well, sin croucheth at the door: and unto thee shall be its desire, but do thou rule over it.” Genesis 4:7 American Standard Version---- “If thou doest well, shalt thou not be accepted? and if thou doest not well, sin lieth at the door. And unto thee shall be his desire, and thou shalt rule over him.” Genesis 4:7 King James Version Everyone seeks the truth. All are bound by an innate curiosity of the world and that which lies…

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    became aware that many of the choices that I’ve made that I previously made, were often the result of another event or decision. That’s where the argument of whether we really have free will comes in to play. The illusion of free will was one of the first topics discussed in The Illusion of Conscious Will. Do we really have free will? What lead to me making that decision? In the first chapter of The Illusion of Conscious Will we were introduced to the terms causal agents which can be broken into…

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    the mob, says this to Atticus,”You know what we want,” “Get aside from the door, Mr. Finch.”(Lee). The person is saying, you know what “we” want. The people as a group all thrive off of each other to get riled up. They all get mad, they all plan to lynch Tom, and they all plan to go get him from the jail. They let one person in the group get all of them angry. In court, Mr.Ewell is a horrible witness in the sense that he kept yelling, and screaming things out to get the courtroom excited. This…

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    The philosophers have only interpreted the world,in various ways. The point, however ,is to change it. Even though there can be countless arguments, there is no right or wrong. Recently, students in CUHK are debatingg the contract renewal of an Islamic restaurant. Even though arguments from both sides are well-supported, I would still like to offer some possible solutions. From what I have observed, the major disputes are about multiculturalism, fairness and quality of food. Multiculturalism…

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    Whereby every time the victim struggles to break free, the hooks get more deeply embedded. There is only one way to escape. To remain still and calm while each hook is, as gently as possible, removed. When and only when each hook has been dealt with, can the person walk free. It is clear that the disadvantages of smoking far outweighs any perceived advantages and hence smoking should be avoided at all costs or…

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    Construction Of Adulthood

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    The phrase “free sex worker” should not be considered an oxymoron. Why does Kristof not simply stand up against all forms of abusive, unfair, and child labor as opposed to singling out “sex work” as a practice that is prohibitively dangerous? Even when stripped of…

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    When Your Mother Hits You, Do Not Strike Back There are those who believe in fate and hand over the steering wheel whether or not there exists any greater power waiting to take it, and there are those who believe in the causation held in their own palms. Two paths diverged in a yellow wood; one boy grew up to be a Rhodes Scholar serving America, another aided in murder and is now serving a life sentence. Both share the same name, both grew up in similar environments, but neither ended up like…

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    Yalom

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    fragmentation” as the main themes of the working stage of a group(p. 239). I think the video exemplified many of the aforementioned issues, however, the group remained perplexed around the issue of Jean’s resistance. Yalom and Leszcz (2005) write: “Certain members, because of their character structure, will invariably be involved in conflict and will engender conflict in any group” (p. 367). Jean disclosed that she questioned the collective honesty of the group, which created tension and…

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    This group was a small discussion group facilitated by Ellen and myself. The purpose of this task group was to get opinions from the members about our topic. We carefully planned the structure for the group discussion by creating a nonthreatening environment, which allowed the members to feel free to talk openly and give their opinions. We encouraged the participants to engage in the conversation with the other members and facilitators. I felt we were structured and directed but also allowed…

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    In today 's complex business environment managers and employees face many obstacles relating to working in groups on assigned projects in order to complete those projects that ultimately contribute to the bottom line, or enables the company to remain a competitive force within their assigned industry. There are many reasons as to why groups experience conflict but one business I want to highlight refers to conflict within the organizational structure. "Good introductory paragraph Organizational…

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