Apology Letter Essays

  • Letter About Apology Of Apology

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    That apology never came though; she has never apologized for anything she has ever done or said to me (more on this later). One day, I was hanging out with Alex and Jeff when Liz texted me and said she was planning on having some people over. I asked who she had invited to her house and she said everyone except for Alex and Jeff. Many times, she has brought other friends with her when she came to my house and I have never had a problem with it. Therefore, I assumed it would not be a problem to invite

  • Apology Letter To A Doctor

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    First, I apologize for putting you in this position. I'm hopeful that this email may give some peace to you. I've realized that so very little of my behaviour in my life has been for others. As an addict, I was self-centred to the extreme. Realizing this, I am trying to take any opportunity I can to live in truth and to think of other's first. I know this is not easy for you. As, given the facts, I don't expect a decision to be positive for me, I wanted to share this. It's important that you know

  • Apology Letter Case Study

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    1. Write a negative adjustment/apology letter to Mr. Ramone, who must send back the $300 Deluxe Plus that Sean shipped to him. (~300 words) Mr. Ramone, We regret to inform you that we have made a shipping error in regards to your new headphones. The headphones sent to you were meant for another customer who is waiting for them. We will have to ask that you return the headphones you received in return we will expedite the headphones you ordered. It is with great regret that I received your complaint

  • Apology Letter For Research Paper

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    Shalom… How are you? I apologize for not having written to you in a long time. I have lately had an especially stressful and exhausting time… I'm still studying in spite of all the difficulties, and next Tuesday I will take my last and hardest exam of the year, in oral and maxillofacial surgery. I have studied very hard in the past two months, and even though my grades are not high in comparison with the other students in the class, up until now I have passed all my exams. This year has been harder

  • Apology Letter To My Father

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    First and foremost, I would like to thank my Lord Omnipotent One, the Source and Sup-plier of all potential, the Father and Lord of all creation, my Savior Jesus Christ; and my personal Counselor, the Holy Spirit. I dedicate this book to my Lord and my Savior, Jesus Christ, who has giving me his love/mercy that endures forever. His peace/love surpasses all understanding. To him, I owe my life, my yesterday, my present and my future. Without him, I will not be here, let alone write this book. To

  • An Analysis Of Martin Luther King Jr.'s Letter From Birmingham Jail

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    Martin Luther King Jr.’s Letter from Birmingham Jail brings up the idea of acting in a just or unjust manner. In this letter, he’s saying that it’s moral for one to break a law if they feel it is an unjust one. He stated that any law that’s degrading a person should be considered unjust. Even though the technical reason for his arrest was just, since he was parading without a permit, it was an unjust action because it was used to maintain segregation in Birmingham. Since the reasoning for his actual

  • Plato And Socrates Essay

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    Several times he mentions that “death would be a wondrous gain.” This draws a close parallel to the Apostle Paul’s letter to the Philippians in the New Testament. Philippians 1:21 says, “To live is Christ, to die is gain.” For both Christians and philosophers, death is viewed as a release from this menacing world. Jacques Lewis David’s 1787 painting, The Death of Socrates

  • Apology

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    Apology I apologize for my inappropriate behavior on (what ever date you want here) in the cafeteria. It was very rude for me to laugh while you were speaking, there was no humor in what you had to say. I would also like to apologize to the teachers, I’m very sorry, it will never happen again. My unnecessary behavior as totally unacceptable. This essay taught me to fully respect my teachers, and peers. There is no excuse for why I acted like I did in he cafeteria. I am completely responsible

  • The Apology of Socrates: Guilty or Innocent?

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    The Apology of Socrates: Guilty or Innocent? In any case of law, when considering truth and justice, one must first look at the validity of the court and the system itself.  In Socrates' case, the situation is no different.  One may be said to be guilty or innocent of any crime, but guilt or innocence is only as valid as the court it is subjected to.  Therefore, in considering whether Socrates is guilty or not, it must be kept in mind the norms and standards of Athens at that time, and the validity

  • Death Of Socrates Essay

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    INTRODUCTION “The death of Socrates has had a huge and almost continuous impact on western culture” (Wilson 1). Socrates life, trial, and death are all important parts of history. Socrates was a philosopher in Athens who believed in using reason to explain different aspects of life. During his lifetime, he not only tried to help develop his own mind and understanding of life, but also those around him. He often tried to teach the adolescence and get them to use their minds. Socrates enjoyed teaching

  • The Teaching Styles of the Apology of Plato an the Gospel of Luke

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    the reader of a particular viewpoint rather than enlighten him. Biased accounts in both cases use manipulative and emotional methods such as leading and fantastic situations to influence the reader. This is not surprising since both accounts are apologies or defenses of a particular view. The goal is therefore not to educate but to persuade the reader to agree with the beliefs of the author. This is of course not to say that there is nothing of educational value in either of these accounts. Both contain

  • Socrates and Qoute

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    to think like how he thinks then his or her chances of success would be very slim. It is very competitive today and ignorance is not the best way to be successful even when writing papers. Works Cited - Lawall, Sarah N., and Maynard Mack. "The Apology of Socrates." The Norton Anthology of World Literature. Beginnings to A. D. 100. New York: Norton, 2002. p799, Print. - Gerzon, Robert. "Socrates: "The Unexamined Life Is Not worth Living"" Www.consciousearth.com. Conscious Earth, n.d. Web. - "Socrates

  • Four Charges Brought Agains Socrates in the Apology by Plato

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    This essay I will talk about four charges that were brought against Socrates in the work Apology by Plato. After describing the charge I will then go on to talk about why I think each of them are completely fake. There were four charges that were brought against Socrates. They were that he argued the weaker claim over the stronger claim, that he argue the physical over the metaphysical, that he was against the gods and that he was corrupting the youth. All of these charges are completely and utterly

  • Analysis Of Socratic Depiction In Socrates's 'Apology To The Jury'

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    In his work Socrates’ Apology to the Jury, Xenophon produces an account of the Socratic deliberation –and indeed the logic that seemed to inform that deliberation- over his trial. Specifically, Xenophon, provides his readers with an ambivalent justification of Socrates’ chosen rhetoric during his trial, namely his “boastful manner of speaking” or megalegoria (Patch, footnote 2). Indeed, instead of choosing to deliver a speech that would gain him the jury’s sympathy and the city’s acquittal, Socrates

  • Apology In The Apology Of Socrates

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    's “The Apology of Socrates”, Socrates is charged with not accepting the gods recognized by the state, devising new gods, and corrupting the youth of Athens. However, the word "apology" in the title is not our modern understanding of the word. The name of the speech stems from the Greek word "apologia," which translates as a speech made in defense. Thus, “The Apology of Socrates” is an account of the speech Socrates makes at the trial in which he defends himself, not apologizes. (The Apology) (SparkNotes

  • Why Is Socrates Wrong

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    important value in life. In the 399 BC Meletus made an accusation against Socrates that he commit crimes because he do not believe in gods but create some new and also he corrupt the youth of Athens. Socrates had to stand trial. It is known from Apology of Socrates that he was found guilty and sentenced him to death penalty by poisoning. In my opinion it was not a good decision, I think Socrates was innocent. He was teaching and talking with people honestly and openly, he did not hide. He wanted

  • Compare And Contrast Plato's Crito

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    In life, people are taught many different ways to do things. Based on their learning, they form diverse perspectives and make knowledgeable decisions with the information given at the time. Some of the decisions can be influenced by values, morals, beliefs, religion, experiences, families and the world in which one lives. All of these factors can support and influence an individual’s principles. In Plato’s Crito, a dialogue is captured between Crito and Socrates about his escape from prison. In

  • Similarities Between Euthyphro And Socrates

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    In “The Apology” and “Euthyphro”, Plato creates a picture of the principles Socrates has on philosophy and wisdom. Since there are know direct pieces of literature written by Socrates, all of the information about him are composed by other Philosophers who encountered him. So when I refer to Socrates, it means the character depicted by Plato. I will argue that some important characteristics of philosophy and being a philosopher is evident by comparing Socrates with Euthyphro because of how he sees

  • Plato's Influence On The Allegory Of The Cave

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    defend himself. When Plato wrote the “Allegory of the Cave” after the death of Socrates many scholars believe that that was the main reason that influence Plato on writing it. Plato wrote about the trial of Socrates in the Republic with the title “The Apology” in other word a defence. In this work based on Plato, Socrates was being accused by past and present accuser, the past accuser was accusing Socrates of not believing in God and making the weaker argument the stronger, and the present accuser were

  • How Did Socrates Corrupt Youngsters

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    Socrates reacts to the cost that he is responsible for corrupting the youngsters, in two methods. The first way tries to reveal that Meletus’ cost is “frivolous” on the causes that it does not comply with possible illustrations of how animals become damaged. Under asking from Socrates, Meletus allows that all of individuals of Athens except Socrates conserve the youngsters of Athens; Socrates alone corrupts them. Yet this is implausible, Socrates indicates, for in some instances of crime, such as