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  • Rosencrantz And Guildenstern Analysis

    opening scene, when Rosencrantz and Guildenstern flip a coin, it lands heads-up eighty-five times consecutively. Even then, although Guildenstern is ‘well alive to the oddity of it’, he attempts to make sense of the strange phenomenon, applying the mathematical law of probability to the problem and speculating each the next flip will yield different results. They never do, yet Guildenstern still insists that it would be weakness to ‘re-examine his faith’ and chooses to shield his eyes from the…

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  • Cartesian Dualism

    Are mind and body essentially different? [Descartes, Conway, Cavendish] In 17th century philosophy, the mind-body issue surfaced many circulating viewpoints as to what the real relationship between the mind and the physical world is. This continuing dilemma brings up questions that have ongoing answers regarding if the mind and body are two substances or not, and how exactly the mind and body are related to each other. I am choosing to take a monist standpoint in this paper, expressing that…

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  • Operations Research Ethics

    As an aspiring Industrial Engineer one field that is of particular interest to me as an individual is Operations Research (OR). Operations Research is the application of scientific principles to business management, which provides a quantitative basis for complex decision-making. I’ll introduce why I chose this particular field and how a conversation on ethics is warranted through explanation of the extent of OR methodologies and the impact of the decisions made by these researchers. Think of OR…

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  • Characteristics Of Artificial Intelligence

    Artificial intelligence is simply intelligence exhibited by machines. It is also used as a term to describe the character of machines mimicking human intelligence. AI systems have problem-solving, reasoning or learning capabilities. General examples of AI include: Speech recognition: identifying and comprehending human speech Data analysis: finding patterns, interpreting complex data and reaching conclusions based on the analysis Gaming: playing chess with an AI opponent, playing advanced…

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  • Mr. Patron: Paul Cheating

    Mr. Patron has sufficient evidence of Paul cheating, but Paul claims he was not cheating. Paul also happens to be the son of Mr. Patron’s boyfriend which makes him worry because if he accuses Paul of cheating, the accusation may cause a strain in their relationship. Paul says he didn’t cheat, but Mr. Patron is worried that if he overlooks the incident this time, assuming he did actually cheat, Paul would try it again on the future tests which Mr. Patron would not be able to ignore. There are two…

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  • What Is Negligence?

    The medical profession is considered a noble profession because it assists in saving life. We believe life is God gifted. Thus, a doctor figures in the scheme of God as he puzzles out to carry out his command. The chances of a patient are twofold: doctors and hospitals are asked to furnish medical treatment with all the knowledge and skill at their control and secondly, they will not do anything to harm the patient in any manner either because of their neglect, carelessness, or reckless attitude…

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  • Contributions Of Pythagoras And Astronomy

    The ancient Greeks contributed much to modern astronomy, inventing and utilizing the scientific method to study and chart the heavens through experiments, careful observation and meticulous records of their findings. However, they were not only good at the observational aspect of astronomy, but also the theoretical aspect as well, speculating about the Universe's size, structure and nature, and about everything that the Universe encompassed. Indeed, the Greeks were masters of this art, and their…

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  • Arguments Against Relativism

    According to the Oxford English Dictionary, relativism can be defined as a “any theory or doctrine asserting the knowledge, truth, morality, etc., are relative to situations, rather than absolute” (“relativism”). However, this raises the idea that two opposing views can both be true, or both false, depending on the beliefs of society. Therefore, relativism is against the idea of a universal, and absolute truth. This paper will explore arguments for and against relativism in regards to truth…

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  • Unit 2 Instructional Strategies

    Please list and describe 2 instructional strategies you can use to improve Emma’s reading fluency. 1. Word accuracy comes before speed. To work on word accuracy the teacher can practice word work and phrase work with Emma to build her fluency and help her read and recognize words. The phrases can be part of the reading passages that are being worked on to help her read the passage more fluently and work towards automaticity. 2. Instruction on morphological awareness and semantic mapping.…

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  • Comparing The Master And Margarita By Bulgakov

    was a horse trained by the teacher of mathematics Von Osten, was able to think as human and read their mind (10). Moreover, Hans was tested by scientists to reveal the secret of his telepathy because it did not make sense how a horse could solve mathematical problems and give correct answers; nevertheless, the mystery was revealed: it was not special about Clever Hans, the study of Von Osten proved that horses are extremely sensitive to people’s unconscious movements (Heinzen, 10-16).…

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