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    these props to make their audience think that because she is wearing a Victoria’s Secret bikini she is happy and careless about what is going on around her just because she can be. They use this idea to create an ideal lifestyle image for their female audience. Victoria’s Secret uses the model’s pose to create a specific feeling for customers. While also using their version of what the ideal feminine body should look like. Victoria’s Secret uses a very slim model to show women that they are expected to have the same body type. They want to make the model seem like she is simply effortlessly living the luxury lifestyle. The model is shown with her legs spread wide open with no care in the world. They make the model sit in this unnatural position in order to show how happy and carefree she is while sitting on a prickly plant which is impractical. In addition, they have the model sitting with her eyes closed with a big smile on her face. By having her face set like this they are convey the feeling of carelessness, happiness, and stupidity. They want to make the model seem unintelligent in the advertisement because they want their audience to believe that even though she may not be intelligent she is still wearing their brand and that compensates for it. Also, they want the audience to think that you do not have to be intelligent to live the high class lifestyle because the high class lifestyle can be achieved by wearing Victoria’s Secret. Twitchell states, “If we craved objects…

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    Selfie Identity

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    Each selfie produces a different meaning and shows a different of me. All three selfies were taken at different places in different attires and they all contribute to developing and reflecting my sense of identity. The first selfie is an image of me playing with Siberian Huskies, the second selfie is of me posing for a photo-shoot and the third selfie is of me in a traditional Indian attire. All three images consist of different poses and the environment; as well as other characteristics (hidden…

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    of conditions and terms that would form a just society, this is referred to as the argument from ‘the original position’ and is an integral…

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    Justice as Human Flourishing If enlightenment values of the seventeenth century gave us progress and modernity gassed it away in Auschwitz and blew it up in Nagasaki, then the postmodern condition leaves us fractured at best, despairing at worst. The twentieth century is a fragmented painting of the center falling out with nothing holding it together. From cubism to impressionism objects lost their form, language and phenomenon were reduced to text; ideas were broken apart and heterogeneously…

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    John Rawls Research Paper

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    righteousness in any government. Social contract theory in general, as well as Rawls’ views, is corresponding to such a position where a community is set up of people that are self-absorbed, equal and rational, the rules of honesty are established by what is morally acceptable, and agreed upon by the majority. Another philosophy Rawls believed in was the philosophy of justice and fairness. His philosophy of justice and fairness mainly involves the principles of liberty and equality, he applies…

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    A social contract must be created while those in the society are in what is well known as the original position. The original position declares that principles centered on the concept of justice are only valid if all member of the society agree on them free from outside influences. Rawls also introduces the concept of the veil of ignorance, which is also required for these principles to be just. The veil of ignorance is the idea that those deciding on the principle would be ignorant of both…

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    While the values of human accomplishments in the arts and sciences are to be valued, the theory of justice as fairness refutes that individuals should obtain a greater or lesser share of basic fundamental privileges and responsibilities as a result of their personal successes or due to their individualinfluences to society. Rawls advocates that the principles of justice may be satisfied by a constitutional egalitarianism. Nevertheless, a commonly experienceddeficiency of constitutional democracy…

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    fulfill her visions and share her findings with the world. She also labored to improve the lives of the women under her care. Even with her faith and many talents, Hildegard is shown to possess the same flaws as all humans. Despite these faults, Hildegard worked to bridge the gaps between faith and science, men and women, love and sacrifice, and music and silence. Sets and costume designs offer a comparison of the reserved church against the aesthetic. Many of the scenes at Disibodenberg…

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    John Rawls in his book Justice as Fairness: A Restatement (2001) characterizes how idealized reasoners, reason in order to validate the two “principles of justice” (42) in a “basic structure” (10) leading to a “well-ordered society” (8). The idealized reasoners do some kind of calculation. With the “original position” (14) and the “veil of ignorance” (15) idealized reasoners can understand the “difference principle” (61). This is an important element of creating a well-ordered society. Mills…

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    Rawls quotes, " Justice is the first virtue of social institutions, as truth is of systems of thought". - John Rawls, 1971, (Solomon & Higgins, n.d.). One of the major philosophers of the twentieth century, John Rawls, describes his Theory of Justice as fairness, in line with the principles of justice that govern a well ordered society (Wenar, 2012), Rawls developed a theory that highlights the importance of equality for all people, Rawls created his theory of justice as an alternative to the…

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