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Using the text and online resources in this module, summarize any video, and res

Using the text and online resources in this module, summarize any video, and respond to one of the following focused questions in at least 500 words. (Be sure to cite online sources by author or title and date as well as Web address/URL.) 
Use at least one primary source quotation, in the words of the philosophers themselves, in the response to a Focused Question below.
Focused Questions:
Describe the classical theories of society according to Confucius, Plato, and Aristotle. What are the elements of a just society according to the ancient philosophers?
Compare and contrast the social contract theories of Hobbes and Locke. How does Rawls’ original position help insure a just society?
Compare and contrast Rawls and Nozick on the balance of freedom and equality.
Evaluate the main arguments that Marx and Engels advance against the economic system of capitalism. Describe their perspective of history as class struggle. Evaluate communism in both theory and practice.
What role does gender play in creating a just society. Identify the main ideas of Susan Moller Okin in her Justice Gender and the Family. What other gender related-issues should be considered in creating a just society?

Using the text and online resources in this module, summarize any video, and res

Using the text and online resources in this module, summarize any video, and respond to one of the following focused questions in at least 500 words. (Be sure to cite online sources by author or title and date as well as Web address/URL.)
Focused Questions:
Summarize Aristotle’s approach to moral philosophy by concentrating on virtue. How does he apply the golden mean in his Nicomachean Ethics?
Describe Kant’s approach to ethics through Deontology or duty. Explain his categorical imperative and the concept of “good will.”
Describe the utilitarian approach to moral philosophy of Bentham and Mill. How does Singer extend this reasoning to animal rights as part of the greater good?
Consider the existential approaches to moral philosophy through Kierkegaard, Nietzsche, Sartre, Camus, and de Beauvoir. Which do you find the most interesting? Explain why.
Compare and contrast the ethics of care with the Kantian approach to ethics. How does this approach transcend reason toward a feminist approach to ethics?

As we move toward your final assignment and the end of the course, it’s time to

As we move toward your final assignment and the end of the course, it’s time to start thinking about how you can promote your employability by using what you’ve learned from the 10 Skills. For this discussion, complete the following:
Find a job posting that you are interested in. Consider searching popular sites like O*NET or Indeed. The position should have been posted within the last 90 days.
Post a link to the listing at the top of your discussion post and briefly describe the job (15–20 words maximum).
Choose 2–3 of the 10 Skills listed below and explain how you can use them to promote yourself for the position. Make specific connections between the post and the 10 Skills.
NOTE: Concentrate on areas where the 10 Skills connect to the posting and omit education requirements, certifications, or required years of professional experience.
10 Skills:
Self and Social Awareness
Technology
Productivity
Initiative
Results Driven
Communication
Relationship Building
Problem Solving
Innovation
Agility 

The ancient Greek philosopher Socrates is known for a technique called the Socra

The ancient Greek philosopher Socrates is known for a technique called the Socratic Method, in which the teacher leads the student through a process of questioning to come to a logically valid conclusion.
Born in 469 B.C.E., Socrates is considered one of the founding fathers of Western philosophy, even though he left no writings behind and very little is known about him. Everything that is known of his teachings is found in the works of his students, like Plato. Much of Plato’s writings are dialogues between Socrates and his students.
Using the Socratic method, answer the following questions:
Part 1
What do you think of Socrates’ conclusion that no person knowingly does evil, and therefore, all evil is ignorance? 
Do you agree or disagree, and why? 
Part 2
If people accepted that all evil is ignorance, what implications would that have on the justice system? 
How would prison sentencing or the death penalty be affected? 
Discuss with 2 or more classmates their opinions and whether or not you agree or disagree with their statements. 

Follow my example. Read everything below. I will take off points if your outline

Follow my example. Read everything below. I will take off points if your outline does not look like my example (NOT MY WORDING), but how I formatted this outline. Do not make this hard. Have fun with it!*Note: My example answers are in the parentheses.Submit a word or pdf document of your Commercial Outline with the items below:Name:Class:Commercial Outline1. Product/Service Name (get creative i.e. You Betta Not Talk Back Backpack, New Smell. Who Dis?, I’m About to Get Choose Pill)2. Setting (what environment is your commercial taking place i.e school, toilet, party)3. Target Audience (who do you want to buy your product/service i.e. children, grandmas, people who can’t dance)4. Two Product Features (what does your product do i.e. it helps children not talk back to their parents, stops grandmas from smelling like grandmas, your DM’s are about to be lit)5. Three Persuasive Techniques (apply ethos, pathos, logos-refer to previous activity for examples & my outline example) see attached below. 6. Sense of Urgency (how do you get them to buy today- buy one get one half off, get a free gift with purchase, 30% off if you buy today)7. Price (what is the cost of your product/service)

Using the text and online resources in this module, summarize any video, and res

Using the text and online resources in this module, summarize any video, and respond to one of the following focused questions in at least 500 words. (Be sure to cite online sources by author or title and date as well as Web address/URL.)
Focused Questions:
Summarize the pros and cons for Ethical Relativism and Ethical Absolutism. What distinctions can be made between descriptive and normative ethics in the arguments for relativism?
Summarize the pros and cons for Ethical Egoism and Ethical Altruism. What distinctions can be made between descriptive and normative ethics in the arguments for egoism?
Compare and contrast Divine Command Theory and Natural Law ethics. Which is more suited to universal moral laws in contemporary American society? Explain.

Instructions This journal assignment corresponds with Chapter 8 (and more specif

Instructions
This journal assignment corresponds with Chapter 8 (and more specifically sections 8.2 and 8.3) of the textbook, but you may also wish to consult your guided notes, module activities, and discussion board posts from modules 10 and 11 as you write this journal entry. This journal entry will follow the ‘Process of Critical Thinking’ that you used to discuss the other philosophical problems in this course. If you need to review the process, you may consult section 1.3 of the textbook (and specifically pages 12-15). You’ll remember these steps of the process (below). Please pay attention to the notes I have added and highlighted below.
State your initial point of view.
Define your point of view more clearly.
Give an example of your point of view.
Explore the origin of your point of view.
Identify your assumptions.
Offer the reasons, evidence, and arguments that support your point of view. [this should be a very well-developed, and very thorough section of your journal entry and you should use arguments and evidence that we’ve worked through in the modules] 
Consider other points of view. [Note: this means counter-arguments to your position. This should be a very well-developed, and very thorough section of your journal entry and you should use arguments and evidence that we’ve worked through in the modules] 
Arrive at a conclusion, decision, solution, or prediction.
Consider the consequences.
You will work through this process for the philosophical question or problem of moral truth (and more specifically, how we whether moral relativism or moral absolutism is correct) now that we have explored this topic in detail in Chapter 8. You will use the nine-step process to write your journal entry but please pay attention to the notes/suggestions highlighted above. 
Your assignment: 
In your journal entry, your aim is to use this process to explore your own thought on the problem of moral truth after thinking through the material in Chapter 8 of our textbook. Thus, for step 1, you are to explain your position on whether moral relativism or moral absolutism is correct. You must state which of the theories on moral truth we have examined in sections 8.2 and 8.3 you believe to be correct. You must incorporate the arguments, evidence, and ideas that we’ve explored in the modules to support your view (in Step 6). For Step 7, you should consider what the “other side” believes (for example, if you are defending relativism, consider in this section the objections that an absolutist might give). Make sure that steps 6 and 7 include plenty of material from the chapter to show that you’ve considered the material and thinkers we’ve considered in developing your own viewpoint.
Journal Specifications
You may structure your journal entry in nine paragraphs (one for each step listed above with steps/paragraphs 6 and 7 being the most substantial) or you may wish to combine several elements together in a longer, more-developed paragraph. For this option, please follow this outline:
Paragraph 1: Steps 1, 2, and 3
Paragraph 2: Steps 4 and 5
Paragraph 3: Step 6 (well-developed section)
Paragraph 4: Step 7 (well-developed section)
Paragraph 5: Steps 8 and 9
Plagiarism and Citations
You should not refer to anything for this journal entry other than our textbook and course materials. So long as you refer only to course material, you can use in-text citations informally when you present arguments given or presented in the textbook. For example, you should say something like “Philosopher X, as mentioned in our textbook, claims that….” Since this is an informal writing assignment, you do not need to add a ‘works cited’ page or use in-text citations in any other way than what I’ve used in the example. However, if you use anything beyond our textbook, you must properly cite your sources using MLA. Do not plagiarize; please refer to the syllabus for the penalties for doing so.
8.2 
Ethical Relativism 
• The theory of ethical subjectivism holds that each individual determines what is morally right or wrong, that he or she should determine their own best course of action by following their own moral compass. Some believe that ethical subjectivism can lead to social isolation and moral apathy, a sort of “every man for himself” attitude.
• Cultural relativism is the social correlative to ethical subjectivism. Cultural relativism holds that each culture has its own inherent moral and ethical beliefs and that people who do not belong to that culture have no right to judge or evaluate those beliefs. Although some cultural relativists (including Ruth Benedict and Franz Boas) worked from the perspective of postcolonialist critics, seeking to undo the “civilizing” damage wrought by imperialist Western cultures on non-Western colonized societies, cultural relativism can be very damaging if it simplistically overlooks injustice.
8.3 
Ethical Absolutism: Some Moral Values Are Universal 
• The converse of relativism is ethical absolutism, which holds that some moral and ethical values apply to all peoples in all circumstances. Although ethical absolutism acknowledges—through descriptive ethics—that different individuals and groups hold different moral and ethical principles, the ethical absolutist (unlike the ethical relativist) does not then hold those beliefs as normative—applicable to all people everywhere. However, there is no one “universal code” toward which ethical absolutists can point in support of their perspective. Absolutists argue, based on our own lived experience, that most people conduct themselves as though there was such a universal code. Most people, for example, believe that murder is wrong and that coming to the aid of someone in distress is right

Respond to the following in a minimum of 175 words: People with addictions can c

Respond to the following in a minimum of 175 words:
People with addictions can cause damage to their brains and make horrible choices. They can run through a family, workplace, or community with the force of a destructive storm, decimating finances, health, relationships, workplaces, etc. Often these individuals love power and control and we find them in leadership positiions. How can we better protect our communitites and families from the kind of destruction that addictions can cause?

External and Internal EnvironmentsOverviewIn this assignment, you are to use the

External and Internal EnvironmentsOverviewIn this assignment, you are to use the same corporation (Coca-Cola) you selected and focused on for the Strategic Management and Strategic Competitiveness assignment.Using the corporation you chose from the Week 3 assignment, Strategic Management and Strategic Competitiveness, examine the industry in which the entity operates. Use any or all of the following resources to conduct research on the company:
Company      website.
Public      filings from the Securities and Exchange Commission’s Filings      & Forms page.
Strayer      University’s online databases.
The Lexis Advance database.
Other      miscellaneous sources. Note: the company’s annual report will      often provide insights that other resources may not include.
Use the External and Internal Environments Template [DOC] to ensure that your assignment meets the requirements.

Develop an outline for the following topic: Presentation Issue/Question: Do we h

Develop an outline for the following topic: Presentation Issue/Question: Do we have a moral obligation to rehabilitate or punish criminals? Do we have a moral right to impose the death penalty on criminals?
Provide brief details about the summary of both sides of the topic, your opinion, conclusion, and relevant questions. 
Decide what your position is on the topic and prepare to explain why. Pick one or more ethical theories to justify your beliefs about the topic.
close the outline with three discussion questions about the topic. Think about these questions. Your questions must be ethically challenging and tough. You want your questions to really invoke a great deal of discussion. 
Your outline should be approximately 1-2 pages in length and should include the major points and arguments you intend to include in your presentation.
Use at least five professional scholarly sources.
Your outline will automatically be evaluated through Turnitin when you submit your assignment in this activity.
Use APA citations