written essay of 4-6 double-spaced pages (1000 – 1500 words not including the bi

written essay of 4-6 double-spaced pages (1000 – 1500 words not including the bibliography and footnotes) which involves an interpretative argument about a primary source from the Syllabus involving Arabia or France (this must be taken from the Song of Songs, the film and/or book, Perfume: The Story of a Murderer, or the Maqamat on… Continue reading written essay of 4-6 double-spaced pages (1000 – 1500 words not including the bi

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please keep in mind that i am an international student so use easy English world

please keep in mind that i am an international student so use easy English worlds and keep it as simple and straightforward as possible Comments from Customer Customer is an international student. Please, provide a regular grammatically correct, well-structured paper according to the instructions and academic context provided, written with simple sentence structures and easy… Continue reading please keep in mind that i am an international student so use easy English world

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Book- Think Critically Book by Carol A. Gittens and Peter A. Facione Chapters 10

Book- Think Critically Book by Carol A. Gittens and Peter A. Facione Chapters 10 and 11 APA format Instructions For this journal assignment, briefly answer each of the following prompts. For all instances where you are required to provide a definition, do not copy definitions from the text. Use your own words. Self-Regulation The textbook… Continue reading Book- Think Critically
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As we learned with Socrates, Plato and Aristotle, philosophy has much to do with

As we learned with Socrates, Plato and Aristotle, philosophy has much to do with logic and argumentation to get to the truth about various issues we all face. Asian Philosophy also relies on logical reasoning as for example with the Nyaya school of Hinduism, and in China, The School of Names and the Mohists. But… Continue reading As we learned with Socrates, Plato and Aristotle, philosophy has much to do with

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There is an old story about the meeting between Confucius, Laozi, and the Buddha

There is an old story about the meeting between Confucius, Laozi, and the Buddha in which they all taste a bit of vinegar. Each of them reacts to the vinegar in a different way, and the way they do reflects their philosophy of life. From the video shown here and from the chapter reading, briefly… Continue reading There is an old story about the meeting between Confucius, Laozi, and the Buddha

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Explain, in your own words, how the fallacy is revealed through analysis of the valid argument template.

Book – Think critically by Carol A. Gittens and Peter A. Facione Chapters 8, 9, 17 Instructions For this journal assignment, briefly answer each of the following prompts: Inference: The differing meanings of “valid inference” and “warranted inference” are closely related to the differing purposes of deductive and inductive arguments – the purpose of deductive… Continue reading Explain, in your own words, how the fallacy is revealed through analysis of the valid argument template.

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Does it pass the tests of validity and strength?

Its a discussion post, you can type the question and answer Book – Think Critically by Carol A Gittens Initial Post Instructions For the initial post, address the following: Find and post examples of deductive and inductive arguments. Do NOT use an argument example which clearly indicates it is an example of an inductive/deductive argument.… Continue reading Does it pass the tests of validity and strength?

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What you’ll likely find is an enormous number of confused mathematicians who want to promote their interpretation of this as the correct answer.

As we learned from the lecture for this week and from our readings, the Pre-Socratic Philosopher, Zeno of Elea, used paradoxes to show that Parmenides was correct in saying that all is One. In fact, what Zeno wanted to show, as in the Paradox of the Arrow, or of Achilles and the Tortoise, is that… Continue reading What you’ll likely find is an enormous number of confused mathematicians who want to promote their interpretation of this as the correct answer.

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