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    Her belief of epistemology is a commitment in regards to when a person gives you an account of who they actually are, you must believe them and become subjective to the things they believe are the norm. I take that to mean that in order to be subjective of what the person shows you, you must recognize that within relationships is an immense amount of powwer and that those relationships of power are directed through language. Also that to realize that each person has power within themselvs whether theyre male, female, gay, or straight. Althaus-Reid speaks a lot on queer theology, feminist theology and liberation theology. She tends to utilize a sort of queer methodology which tends to open up the possibility of queer emodimen in light of a Christ who is equally fluid and transgressive. This differs from Mignolo who says “Such foundation legitmizes the assumptions and claims that knowledge was beyond bodies and places and that Christian theology and secular philosophy and science were the limis of knowledge-making beyond and besides which all knowledge was lacking: folklore, myth, traditional knowledge, were invented to legitimize imperial epistemology.” Where as Althaus-Reid talks about the indecent exposures: excessive sex and the crisis of theological…

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    Zhiyuan Li Philosophy 3000 In his paper Realism and Skepticism: Brains in a Vat Revisited, Graeme Forbes tries to articulate Putnam’s brains in a vat (BIV) argument. According to Forbes (1995), in order for a normally embodied thinker to think about concepts such as brain, in and vat, she “must somehow be informationally linked to” instances of those concepts (206). However, Forbes does not consider (and it seems to me that he does not think he needs to consider) what particular sorts of…

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    At the end of the month of October, international Instagram model Essena O’Neill enacted her personal revolt against social media. If you don’t have Instagram, or don’t follow the ‘Instagram famous,’ you may not know who Essena is. Essena has been fairly well known since she was the equivalent of a junior in high school in Australia. Her fame began with her Tumblr blog (a platform that makes it easy for fans and anonymous followers to ask questions), and her Youtube videos, which she used to…

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    4 Concepts In Nursing

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    What is the definition of the concept? Health is considered a fundamental concept in the nursing practice. With the Healthcare discipline, the use concepts are unclear thereby depicting different images depending on the context. It is imperative that the term “concept” has a unified definition. It is extremely imported as nurses to study concept development and clarification to be able to enhance the Nursing Practice. The concept does not have an agreed definition. (McEwen & Wills, 2014).…

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    Upon the majority of wars, acts of terrorism and mass shooting happening in today’s society, there has always been a sense of revenge to satisfy happiness and or social status on one side or another. Mass media and propaganda have led to an increased interest in coalitions, religious views, and political interest. The belief that an individual’s actions determine what good things and bad things happen in the future is correlated to how they preserve life. While karma can be an uncontroversial…

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    thrives from the messages and meaning that comes from then our understanding of the connotative and denotative aspects of an image. Once the audience can successfully differentiate and grasp the idea of the two concepts, it will benefit them in being able to breakdown the denotative and connotative meaning; culturally and contextually. Representation of an image creates culture through the meaning and language that separates the realism from the imagined. As a result, this image sparks the…

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    Bo Burnham Diction

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    Bo Burnham was born in August 21, 1990. He has a myriad of different careers, in which he is successful in, including: a comedian, who travels around the country doing shows and filming them into a movie. His writing career is another, in which he has published a book of poems back in October 1,2013. Bo is, as well, a musician writing his own song lyrics and has been touring since 2009, which he has been in a total of five tours. He is, furthermore, an actor that has starred in about five to…

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    Denotation Vs Connotation

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    (1) To my mind, denotation is what we observe, how we perceived from this object. Denotation represents the external concepts of our world, whereas, connotation is related to personal interpretation and experience, it has many different functions, and explores its internal thoughts. (2) In term of realizing the difference between denotation and connotation, for this week’s reading, I really like “Dude” written by Scott F.KIESLING. This article illustrates dude’s denotation and connotation in…

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    Subway Construction

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    A) Place is a concept of two levels of meaning (Imort, Knox, Marston, and Nash 41). First, it is an objective location that has both uniqueness and interdependence with other places (Imort, Knox, Marston, and Nash 41). Second, it is a subjective social and cultural construct. In other words, somewhere that has personal meaning for individuals or groups (Imort, Knox, Marston, and Nash 41). York University is definitely a place, because one of York University‘s campuses is named “Keele campus”.…

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    To: Board of Steppingstone Theatre From: Shiyao Luo Date: 10/11/15 Re: Key Concepts of marketing and communication strategies that can apply to Steppingstone Theatre 1. Focus on selling and promoting the unique experiences that the children and students get from taking those theatrical classes • The children’s experiences are intangible qualities that consumers, especially the parents, are looking for ; in this case, the main target audiences of Steppingstone Theatre are children and their…

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