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    Call of Duty began its saga with Call of Duty 1. The most famous one is Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare. Call of Duty 4 came out in November of 2007, and it was the most popular Call of Duty that ever existed. The design of this CoD was unbelievably amazing, the company who made it, Infinity ward, got millions, even billions of dollars for it. (www.eurogamer.net, 2014) The best thing people liked about Call of Duty 4 was the multiplayer, which allows you the ability to play online with players across the world, and they also enjoyed the campaign, which is the story mode to the game. The previous Call of Duties didn’t go so well, but game critics and also most of Call of Duties fans love the way CoD 4 was developed and how the design was incredible.…

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    Modern warfare one is a first person shooter game but it was never called modern warfare. It was called Call of duty four modern warfare. This was the new game series modern warfare and the last call of duty but this call of duty was not based off of world war two. This game was based off the modern world. This was announced on April 12, 2007www.wikia.com 2001. The game was released on November 5, 2007. The call of duty 4 modern warfare game play was published by Activision and developed by…

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    Theology, 5). It should be understood that the changeable part of God would be His experience and not His nature (Thomas Jay Oord 2016); however, the changeable part of God could suggest a paradox due to His eternal nature. For proper understanding of infinity, consider David Hilbert’s hotel (Bell, 28-29). This imaginary hotel has an actual infinite number of rooms, and they are all full. Then an infinite number of new guests arrive and the manager makes room for them by having all the guests…

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    Philo's Argument Analysis

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    Philo begins his argument from the existence of evil by introducing a few examples on why God has either not willed humanity’s happiness or that He does not believe that happiness is an essential component to the human condition. In his first argument, he asserts first that God is a moral being who values traits such a justice, kindness, and mercy. He then states that God’s scope is infinite, and he can perform whatever deeds he so wishes. Finally, he says that humanity is unhappy. This leads to…

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    Dangerous Knowledge

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    This Documentary looks at four brilliant mathematicians; Cantor, Boltzmann, Godel, and Turing for their groundbreaking contributions to mathematics, but also for the mental anguish and personal tragedy in their lives. How big is infinity? What is thermodynamics? These seemingly simple questions are what drove four brilliant mathematicians to insanity and ultimately suicide. “Dangerous Knowledge” delves into the deeper side of mathematics by trying to understand nature through mathematics,…

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    I found myself in an ironic position when I realized that I was self-deceiving myself when choosing which article, Real self-deception by Alfred R. Mele or Self-Deception as a Pretense by Tamar Szabo Gendler, I supported the most. The first article I read was Mele 's and his way of describing several points of his view confused me as well as some of them enlightened me. As I moved on to Gendler 's article, I found her way of explaining herself somehow more reader-friendly and hence more…

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    Guardianship is not the same as being adopted. My foster parents were never able to fully adopt me because my birth mother refused to give up her rights. Due to her actions, I was considered to be a ward of the state. When I tell people that I spent 16 years of my life as a ward of the state, they think I have been in prison since I was a little toddler. I cannot even fathom what they could possibly be thinking that a little five year old did to wind up in prison. I can usually tell by their…

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    which included her other adopted son who was four years older than me. When I would sneak upstairs to see my sister I was chased and beaten then thrown back into the basement. My foster mom would let me come to family events, and other places like church but as soon as we got home I was sent back to the basement without a thing in hand, I have no doubt in my mind that the only reason she did this is so that people would not become suspicious of what was really going on behind closed doors. These…

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    Margery Kempe Analysis

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    “Confusyd in hirself and hir owyn unstabylnes:” Plurality, Bricolage, and Infinite Regress in The Book of Margery Kempe There is a plurality of spiritual signifiers in The Book of Margery Kempe. We all know of Kempe’s “gift of tears,” of her ecstatic visions, her commitment to wearing white and creating a chaste marriage for herself. However irritating these signifiers may be, at first read the semiotics appear to be stable. Kempe cries readily when free association brings to mind the earthly…

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    Should There Be Infinite

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    To the best of our knowledge, humans are the only creatures on earth that are able to contemplate infinity. We commonly talk about the infinite universe (which cosmologists now tell us is almost certainly finite but unbounded), we speak of infinite number series, such as the set of even numbers, and we use it metaphorically, as in saying someone has “infinite patience.” Time itself is spoken of as infinite, though it is always tied to finite objects which are changing and we can 't even come…

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