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  • A Fake Promise

    A Fake Promise

    The American Dream, along with the escape from the calamities of one's home land has always been the primary reason that immigrants are so drawn to America. Although the American Dream remains one of the greatest attractions of the land of the free, it has faced heavy criticism. One of

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  • A Game of Pinoy Henyo

    A Game of Pinoy Henyo

    “A Game of Pinoy Henyo” For two meetings, the class played a famous Filipino guessing game called Pinoy Henyo. The aim of the game is for an individual to guess a word correctly by narrowing down the possibilities using different categories. The most common categories used in the game include

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  • A Genius Case

    A Genius Case

    A genius is something we discover within ourselves. When I think of a genius I think of someone who has taken the time to realize hard work is required with anything. Sometimes people have the abilities within themselves to go beyond the average or minimum requirements. But the problem is

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  • A Grim Perspective

    A Grim Perspective

    Kyle Curry Patty Petelin English 105 October 8, 2007 A Grim Perspective "Everyone sees the field not the flowers that make up the landscape. Pay attention to the brush strokes that complete the masterpiece." Sunny Meledrez Curry I'm convinced that some mothers are just life geniuses. Take my mother for

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  • A Human Resource Approach to Cross-Cultural Management

    A Human Resource Approach to Cross-Cultural Management

    HUMAN RESOURCE STRATEGIES FOR THE INTERNATIONAL MANAGER MODULE CODE:4HRM7C7 MODULE LEADER: DR FRANCESCA ANDREESCU CASE STUDY ON MANNERS EUROPE A HUMAN RESOURCE APPROACH TO CROSS-CULTURAL MANAGEMENT REPORT PREPARED FOR JOHN WILMAN, MANAGING DIRECTOR MANNERS EUROPE ________________ Table of Contents Executive Summary 2 Introduction 3 Culture 4 National Culture 4 Organisational

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  • A Joke That Is Not So Funny

    A Joke That Is Not So Funny

    A Joke That Is Not So Funny "Man has been endowed with reason, with the power to create, so that he can add to what he's been given. But up to now he hasn't been a creator, only a destroyer. Forests keep disappearing, rivers dry up, wild life's become extinct,

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  • A Language of Deception

    A Language of Deception

    "It is a puzzling thing. The truth knocks on the door and you say, Ð''Go away, I'm looking for the truth,' and so it goes away. Puzzling." The irony of Robert Pirsig touches on the strange encounter of self-deception. I know the truth and you do not; I intentionally hide

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  • A Lesson Taught

    A Lesson Taught

    Last week I was in a fight. I really didn't want to fight. In fact, I made every effort to avoid the fight. I made every civilized effort to calm this guy down, but he was inexplicably raged, and was intent on engaging in a physical altercation. His reasoning was

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  • A Life Sketch of Plato and His Works

    A Life Sketch of Plato and His Works

    If Thales was the first of all the great Greek philosophers, Plato must remain the best known of all the Greeks. The original name of this Athenian aristocrat was Aristiclis, but in his school days he received the nickname "Platon" (meaning "broad") because of his broad shoulders. Plato was born

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  • A Look into Buddhism

    A Look into Buddhism

    "A Look Into Buddhism" This research paper is going to be about the ancient religion of Buddhism. One of the major religions of the world. A religion where it is not that one god or many gods that is worshipped, but where the religion's followers try to pursue the same

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  • A Lost Love

    A Lost Love

    for i feel for a woman and yet i had only known her for a week, this sent me into a downwards spirel of dark and very deep depression which was brout on by the rejection on her behalf,,my end. i'm not exactly sure why i feel as storngly for

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  • A Meaningful Life

    A Meaningful Life

    A meaningful life can be defined in many different ways. Education, family traditions, and life experiences each play an integral role in how one defines a meaningful life. As a person matures and begins to arrive at personal convictions, it is crucial for them to understand that they are not

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  • A Mind Is a Slave of Passion

    A Mind Is a Slave of Passion

    A Mind is a Slave of Passion While he may best be remembered for his classic autobiography Confessions, St. Augustine was also the author of The Problem of Free Choice, which raises many questions and provides answers for a plethora of questions regarding human life and the ability to think.

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  • A Moral Dilemma: Should Health Care and Public Education Is Granted to Illegal Immigrants?

    A Moral Dilemma: Should Health Care and Public Education Is Granted to Illegal Immigrants?

    Illegal immigration has been a complicated issue for the United States for the last century and a half. With the days of Ellis Island steamboats and open-door policies behind us, we are struggling to define the rights of those people who are coming to our country illegally. A multitude of

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  • A Multitude of Truths

    A Multitude of Truths

    Alex Nelson CLS 101 Midterm Essay A Multitude of Truths Could you ever imagine living in a world where one plus one could not equal two? Living in a time where fact had little to no power over a higher authority. In this time there was a man named Galileo

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  • A Need for an Enforcement Protocol for the Biological Weapons Convention

    A Need for an Enforcement Protocol for the Biological Weapons Convention

    The threat of biological weapons to any given nation has been a perpetual danger since its creation in the early 20th Century. Though it has not been used in either of the world wars or in any reported event thus far, nations' stockpiles continue to remain being a needless unconstructive

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  • A Philoshpical Approach to the Finding of God?

    A Philoshpical Approach to the Finding of God?

    The question of God's existence has been debated through the history of man, with every philosopher from Socrates to Immanuel Kant weighing in on the debate. So great has this topic become that numerous proofs have been invented and utilized to prove or disprove God's existence. Yet no answer still

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  • A Philosophical Analysis of American History X

    A Philosophical Analysis of American History X

    Ang pangunahing disposisyon ng tao ay pangalagaan ang kaniyang sarili upang mapanatili ang kaniyang pagkatao. Sa kaniyang pananatili, inaasam niyang maging parehas sa kaniya ang iba – magkasintulad sa pag-iisip, sa paggalaw, at sa pananalita. Ito ang itinatawag ni Spinoza na conatus essendi – ang kalagayan kung saan kumikilos at

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  • A Poem in Love

    A Poem in Love

    O1: R1-(Modified) EAWÐ'ЃÐ'Ё many workers lose jobs, workers are not loyal to companies, productivity drops, poor corporate image, distrust of business, laws are not followed, communities are often destroyed, corporate savings. Policy Decision O2: R2-adopt JCPÐ'ЃÐ'Ё few workers lose jobs, workers are loyal, productivity gains, corporate image maintained, laws are

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  • A Raisin in the Sun

    A Raisin in the Sun

    Part A: One striking aspect in "A Raisin in the Sun" was in Act II Scene III, when Bobo gives Walter the news that Willy went off with the money for the liquor business. I honestly did not think that would happen. I respected Willy to be one of Walter's

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  • A Reconciliation of Self and State in Hobbes' Leviathan

    A Reconciliation of Self and State in Hobbes' Leviathan

    Ross Strain Kinlaw A Reconciliation of Self and State in Hobbes' Leviathan In the Leviathan, Hobbes argues for a social contract that involves rule by a sovereign, or monarch, that is instituted by the people. During his discourse Hobbes makes the claim that people are naturally inclined to pursue self

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  • A Response to Descarts Meditation 1

    A Response to Descarts Meditation 1

    I think descarts was right about the only thing we can truly know is that we exist. All other thoughts, feelings, perseptinons and the like must be qustioned. Becuse we are human and to be human is to be falible. We can not assume that we are corect in our

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  • A Response to Epictetus

    A Response to Epictetus

    In Epictetus' The Handbook, the Stoic philosopher compiles a "how-to" guide on how to live as the perfect Stoic Sage. He begins his work by discussing the things in life that are up to us, as humans, as well as those things that are not. Human desire falls into the

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  • A Response to Singer on Famine, Affluence, and Morality

    A Response to Singer on Famine, Affluence, and Morality

    What do you think about the Singer article? Do you think he's right? Are we really morally obligated to give to relief efforts and other means of ending suffering until the point at which we would be giving up something of comparable moral worth? Why or why not? I think

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  • A Review of Plato's Meno

    A Review of Plato's Meno

    A Review of Plato’s Meno Plato presents in his dialogue, titled Meno, the distinction between genuine knowledge and true opinion. In the text, he refers to knowledge as the form and definition of something that is changeless, where as true opinion can be altered and is not restricted in the

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  • A Social Cognitive Approach to Studying Racial - Stereotyping in the Mass Media

    A Social Cognitive Approach to Studying Racial - Stereotyping in the Mass Media

    A Social Cognitive Approach to Studying Racial Stereotyping in the Mass Media Travis L. Dixon, Assistant Professor, Communication Studies Faculty Associate, Institute for Social Research, The University of Michigan Although there have been examples of counter-stereotypical programming, such as The Cosby Show, it can reasonably be argued that television still

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  • A Statement on Plagiarism

    A Statement on Plagiarism

    A Statement on Plagiarism Using someone else's ideas or phrasing and representing those ideas or phrasing as our own, either on purpose or through carelessness, is a serious offense known as plagiarism. "Ideas or phrasing" includes written or spoken material, of course вЂ" from whole papers and paragraphs to sentences,

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  • A Technical Explanation of Technical Explanation

    A Technical Explanation of Technical Explanation

    A Technical Explanation of Technical Explanation Ð'©2005 by Eliezer Yudkowsky. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- This essay is meant for a reader who has attained a firm grasp of Bayes' Theorem. An introduction to Bayes' Theorem may be found at An Intuitive Explanation of Bayesian Reasoning. You should easily recognize, and intuitively understand, the

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  • A Victim's Deliberate Use of Deadly Force Is a Just Response to Repeated Domestic Violence

    A Victim's Deliberate Use of Deadly Force Is a Just Response to Repeated Domestic Violence

    A victim's deliberate use of deadly force is a just response to repeated domestic violence. According to Senior Senator Dianne Feinstein, "Domestic violence causes far more pain than the visible marks of bruises and scars. It is devastating to be abused by someone that you love and think loves you

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  • A View of the Argument from Evil

    A View of the Argument from Evil

    When we think about the existence of evil several things come to mind. Most people including myself begin to think of the most tragic events that have occurred throughout man's existence like the Holocaust, the wars throughout time, the terror attacks on September 11th, and the devastation caused by this

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