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    Anayela: An oasis in the Marrakesh Medina If you get the chance to start a story with a full on fairy tell, you take the chance, right? Once upon a time there was a girl called Yela living in a luxurious Riad in the Marrakesh Medina. As she wasn't allowed to go out by herself, she secretly climbed on the roof of her house every night to look at the stars. That's where she met the neighbour's boy. They became friends and he told her, that the carpet on the roof would fly, if she only gave him a…

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    A Comparison of Medina and Nietzsche’s Philosophy The philosophies of Jose Medina and Friedrich Nietzsche differ in the sense that Medina focuses on the epistemic injustice while Nietzsche focuses on deconstructing morality. Medina explores injustice in society with the goal of finding factors that contribute to its existence. In essence, the philosopher believes morality to be a noble human virtue, and a factor that can be used to eliminate social injustices. However, due to social beliefs that…

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    believe it to be. Pablo Medina relays this idea in his memoir, “Arrival: 1960”, as a young Cuban immigrant. His family had moved to America to escape Communist Cuba for new life in New York City. He believed that this new life in America would allow him to live a long prosperous life, and better than his previous life in Cuba. He soon expresses, through strategically placed color changes, how his view of this “promised land” has altered. In the beginning of the memoir, Medina uses the color of…

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    or cars. Except two people: Kevin and Medina. Between the two the decision was simple: Kevin. The boy already had his provisional and a car; on the other hand medina had his father’s car and an arrest record full of speeding tickets and vandalism. Medina wasn’t right in the head but in a world filled with spite, I choose to ignore the bad…

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    Penalty”, Jennifer Medina focuses on the issues with California’s current death penalty system. The state’s system currently prolongs the time period between conviction and execution, which deems it unconstitutional. The courts are unfit to handle the workload of death row cases. Also, the death penalty system costs the state a great amount of money. California is voting to reform their system this November. The state will either abolish the system or quicken the process. Medina informs her…

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    Medina works at the Prestige Body Shop and Tire Service located at 715 N. Orange Grove Boulevard as a mechanic. Medina reportedly was parking a customer’s vehicle along the east curb line of Cypress Avenue. Medina was approached by Vaughns who asked him to repair his vehicle. Medina saw that Vaughns was holding an infant child. Medina looked under the front hood of Vaughns’ vehicle and saw that it was overheating. Medina advised Vaughns that he needed his water…

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    Epistemic Vices Analysis

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    in which Jose Medina, a professor at Vanderbilt University, illustrates those of privilege possessing, epistemic arrogance, laziness, and closed-mindedness, are all prevalent throughout today's society. An example in which this is expressed is that of Anita Hill during the confirmation of Bush-nominated supreme court justice, Clarence Thomas. Hill accused Thomas of sexual harassment, but throughout his hearings her allegation was severely scrutinized and ultimately dismissed. Medina explains the…

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    Medina, Minnesota, “a prosperous, suburban edge City” is the place I call home. Now, living in the 82,575-person college town of Bloomington, Indiana, makes my quaint little hometown of 5,221 seem irrelevant. Being away from home for the first time in my life makes me appreciate the state of Minnesota more than I ever expected; I can even say that I miss my little area of the world, Medina. Initially when presented with this project I thought I would focus on Minneapolis, a city of 400,070,…

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    the moment a moral issue arises until he or she engages in a given behavior. The process followed before engaging in ethical or unethical behavior is described by Rest’s Four-Component Model. Rest’s model, as cited in Morales-Sánchez and Cabello-Medina (2013), states an individual facing a moral problem goes through four different stages: moral sensitivity, moral judgment, moral motivation and moral character. In moral sensitivity the individual must be aware of the existence of a moral…

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    As with most agencies, T. Medina agrees that the main goal at Mark Twain Behavioral Health is providing good quality services. She states that her agency provides services like, PSR groups or Psychosocial Rehabilitation groups, medication management, community support, managing case work, and addressing physical, as well as mental health (personal communication, September 27, 2016). This list of services might include encouraging socialization with peers, linking clients to services such as…

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