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    discrete from each other but are differentiated with the former concerning itself with political economy and macroeconomic policy including the notion of privatisation and welfare reform agendas, whilst the later concerns itself with the notion of individualism and market competitiveness through technologies influencing the thinking around self and governmentality (Ganti 2014). Additionally the sites and agents of neoliberalism allow us to identify the players, whether structurally or…

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    Becoming an Individual Many people frequently face the challenging journey of transitioning from a follower to an open minded individual. In a society where everyone refers to themselves as “we,” and “I” is forbidden and unheard of, individualism is illegal. Equality 7-2521 is a member of this strange dystopian society in which everyone functions as a group. He slowly, but surely, breaks away from his twisted government in an effort to find himself. Even though he suffers from many setbacks…

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    Explain and assess the analogy of the soul and the state. The analogy of the soul and the state is a key method that Plato used in the Republic. According to Plato, studying the structure of a state is like studying a enlarged version of individual soul, as if they are small and large prints . This essay will outline how the analogy works in the context of the Republic. Restricted to length, the tripartite nature of the soul is assumed valid, despite there were opposite voices from scholars…

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    Natessia Leverington Essay # 5 Peter Singer makes the claim that, "The major ethical traditions all accept, in some for or other, a version of the golden rule that encourages equal consideration of interest. 'Love your neighbor as yourself, ' said Jesus. 'What is hateful to you, do not do to your neighbor, ' said Rabi Hillel. Confuicious summed up his teaching in very similar terms: 'What you do not want done to yourself, do not do to others. ' The Mahabarata Indian epic, says:…

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    American Greed Analysis

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    One of the bold claims that Huntington makes in his book that I would like to unpack involves the gap between the American Creed and American Institutions. The premise of his claim is that the essence of American Creed is flawed by humans. Human beings are naturally fallen and therefore, the IvI gap will never be able to fully close. I think Huntington’s argument involving the gap between institutions and ideals never closing is accurate, however, how this takes place, I lean in another…

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    curiosity which his teachers heavily disliked and did not allow. Unfortunately for Equality 7-2521, it did not end there. Equality 7-2521 was also scolded often by the authorities just because he was taller than the others. In a society where individualism was rejected and…

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    FDR Synthesis Essay

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    People thought, “well if FDR was able to dig us out of that hole, maybe the federal government is not really all that bad.” From the 1930’s in FDR’s presidency to the 1960’s during Johnson’s presidency, we saw a massive growth in the central government, and the individualistic America was very much okay with it because it was getting the job done. The citizens were happy to see the government able to step in and begin to help solve their problems, but that wasn’t the only reason why FDR’s…

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    Proposed To Conflict Essay

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    Conflict is defined as to the existence of a clash,which can be from interests,values,actions or directions,between two or more people or groups of people.This essay discusses and evaluates the issues of being predisposed to conflict from the view of social/cognitive,developmental/biological approaches. It can be expected that the preferences in how we behave can be believed to be heightened and could increase how we categorise people.This could be due to a number of factors such as;social…

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    Module 3: The following chapter is module 3, titled “Develop Intercultural Communication Skills in Pastoral Settings”. This module starts with “Goals” and “Outcomes” for the upcoming sections. It is easy to see and identify upcoming issues, as well as learning outcomes. In addition, this module concentrates on self-view, social groups, and cultural conflicts. It helps identify dimensions of different groups, collectivist or individualist in nature. The next section of this module starts with…

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    Cultural Inventory Race When a person looks at me the first thing that they notice is the color of my skin. Yes! It is apparent that I am a female, but how can one truly be sure that I was a born of this gender? However, when one looks at the color of my skin, it leaves no doubt that I am African American. Since the predominant culture in the United States incorporates communicating in English, practices Protestant Christian religion, and having European heritage, traits and attribute I do…

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