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    keep the body in good health is a duty, otherwise we shall not be able to keep our mind strong and clear." This quote explains the importance of keeping the human body in good condition, and it is not for the sole purpose of being fit. Having a healthy body allows the brain and the overall well being of an individual to be resilient. The common philosophy that the mind, body, and soul all have a relationship with each other is a perfect way of explaining the relationship between a healthy body and a strong mind. Each of these factors affects the other in some way; for instance, having a positive attitude will help you achieve a healthy body and having a healthy body will benefit your mind. These three factors I believe to be key in the process of healing and treating an individual. Growing up the philosophy of mind, body, and soul had a huge impact on my life and it all started with playing soccer. From a young age I began competing in soccer and before I knew it, it became my world. It was not…

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    essentially, is physical education. The four key concepts of movement education can be found by answering these questions: “What do we move?” “Where do we move?” “How do we move?” “What are the connections with whom or what we move?” “What we move” is pertaining to a student’s body, and therefore the first answer is the “body concept.” “Where we move?” We move to another spot in space. That makes the second concept, the “space concept.” “How we move,” can be thought as the energy we exert to…

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    Professional Presence A1. Era I Physical Body model is built on the physical side of healthcare innovation where it is thought that treatment for health and sickness should be physical using a “surgery and drugs” approach. During Era I it was thought that a patient sickness was caused by a physical ailment in the body and healing was centered on a physical treatment such as surgery or medicine. The mind and consciousness were not thought of being part of the physical body but an implementation…

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    extended in space (43). It seems just as incoherent to think of minds in physical space! Mental causation, the dualist would hold, ought to involve mental terms, such as thought, consciousness, and intentionality. Kim 's gun example appears to provide a satisfactory account of causation between two physical objects because it utilizes physical terms and mentions extension and spatial relations, both of which are essential to material bodies. Why should there not be a parallel in discussing…

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    The words “house” and “home” are often used interchangeably, yet they have vastly different connotations. A house draws the mental image of a physical shelter designed to accommodate people. Home, however, is a less tangible term, as it can refer to both a physical place or immaterial things associated with comfort or security. While house is not always synonymous with home, the physical and nonphysical sense of home can be explored by examining the fixtures in a household setting. In…

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    Mind and Body: Physical Manifestations of the Mind Our immune system is there to protect us from anything that will do harm to our body, such as antigens. However, for someone who have an autoimmune disorder, their immune system fails to identify what is doing harm and helping the body. Based on the U.S. National Library of Medicine, The exact cause of autoimmune disorders is unknown. One theory is that some microorganisms (such as bacteria or viruses) or drugs may trigger changes that …

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    Nonetheless, Aunt Bea demonstrates herself as the normal citizen, even though she possess a multitude of impairments the hinders her daily life. however, the reason individuls like Aunt Bea are not repressed from society is because she continues to be utilized in society by fostering disabled children. Arguably, this supports the critique of how a person must demonstrate utility in supporting the socioeconomic structure of society, which enables these individuals to recognized as a proper…

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    i sit back up and watch it unfold. the driver is panicking now - he's got his cellphone wedged between his head and his shoulder, while he wipes the gravel from the screen of mine. it's shattered, too - huge shards of glass missing from the screen, i can't help but mourn its loss. all around us, other people are stopping - some skirting around the crime scene, others pausing to watch. all these people staring right at me and not even seeing. my phone's gonna be an issue for my parents to deal…

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    inception in the late eighteenth century, the Gothic movement has been fascinated with female bodies. This is especially true of Gothic poems of the Victorian Era, such as Robert Browning’s dramatic monologue Porphyria’s Lover (first published as Porphyria, 1836) and Christina Rossetti’s disturbing children’s fable Goblin Market (composed 1859, published 1862). Each poem demonstrates that, due to societal attitudes, a woman’s body has the potential to be dangerous to her, while also possessing…

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    The biological cell, as a metaphor for understanding disability, permits a dialect perspective of the body: as a construct socially negotiated between the natural and behavioural sciences. The "pathology" of disability is not located within the individual's body; rather, it is established as a "pathogenic" force of language characteristics of the cultural body. What can be found in the body of society is a system producing embodiments of engagement : social structures promoting the image of…

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