Proximate and ultimate causation

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  • Little Lucky Case Study

    Next, the discussion will consider whether the action of the Jackson brothers pushing Burt that led to his death a proximate cause of Nola’s heart attack that led to her death. Continuing, we will determine if Little Lucky have a valid claim for intentional infliction of mental distress and negligent infliction of mental distress against the Jackson brothers after she witnessed the death of both of her parents during the Jackson’s Wild Wings robbery. Finally, the memo will explore whether a twelve-year-old Little Lucky bring a multiple cause action into one complaint against the Jackson…

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  • The Concept Of Niche Construction And Evolutional Biology

    evolutionary developmental biology, and relate it to different forms of causation. The article that I used as my focus is “EvoDevo and Niche Construction: Building Bridges” by Laland, Odling-Smee, and Gilbert. In this article, both niche construction and evolutionary developmental biology are talked about. The main claim is that both of these concepts have much in common. Niche construction, as defined by these authors, is said to be “the process whereby organisms, through their metabolism,…

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  • The Importance Of Technological Revolutions

    and two factors of the urban revolution relating to technological revolution emerged such as hierarchy. As people rapidly increased in a specific place, they needed something to control and organize themselves for agricultural and social system: “highly productive agriculture depended on large-scale irrigation systems that in turn required centralized bureaucracies” (22). By putting more power on leaders of the chiefdoms for organization and productivity, hierarchy and specialization were…

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  • Thin Skull Rule Case Study

    Culligan is in breach of the standard care. Thirdly, does the plaintiff sustain damage? And last but most importantly, was Mr. Mustapha’s damage directly caused by Culligan’s breach? Mr. Mustapha must prove all four elements for Culligan to be found liable. Did the Defendant Owe the Plaintiff a Duty of Care? The first element in determining the liability in tort for negligence is whether Culligan owes a duty of care to the plaintiff, Mr. Mustapha. It draws our attention to the type of…

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