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    police officers have families waiting at home. Police officers on the job talks about how their jobs are not easy, their jobs are very demanding, controversial and deadly. The following three class activities from separate days are: Mr. Lopez and Mr. Ayers a homeless man with talent, Dahmer a young man who murdered eighteen victims, and selecting the right candidate to work in the Criminal Justice field. Mental disorders and Criminal Behavior is a chapter that talks about people who live with different

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    The Israeli-Palestinian conflict is one of the most well known and least understood conflicts in modern times. In order to cast light on this ever-evolving situation, Julia Bachas investigates the conflict and the power of nonviolent resistance, through her documentary Budrus. By examining the way a small group of Palestinians was able to protest and ultimately prevent the installation of a security fence through the occupied territories, we are given a progressive, positive model for future resistance

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    disorder. In the movie the Soloist, Nathaniel Ayers played by Jamie Foxx is portrayed as an extremely talented musician diagnosed with schizophrenia after experiencing a manic episode while attending Julliard School of Music. As a clinical psychologist I have had numerous patients and interactions with people with schizophrenia and can say that there is a great deal of variation from person to person. In this paper, we will discuss the character of Nathaniel Ayers in great detail, as I believe he exhibits

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    Nicomachean Ethics by Aristotle

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    necessary for society to have standards of morals and ethics so that one’s actions can ultimately be justifiable. Works Cited Aristotle. Aristotle's Nicomachean Ethics. New York: Peripatetic, 1984. Print. Ayer, Alfred J. "Critique of ethics and theology." Essays on Moral Realism (1988). Ayer, AJ. Language, Logic, and Truth. New York: Dover, 1952, 102-113. Kant, Immanuel. Groundwork for the Metaphysics of Morals. Yale University Press, 2002.

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    Free Will, Determinism, and Responsibility There are many events in a person's life that have an impact so large, that the person' life is forever changed. Hopefully most such events are positive, and help him in his life. However, there is also the undeniable fact that bad things happen. It is not uncommon to hear someone wondering aloud why an event took place. A person's actions come into question, and it is wondered what the person's motivation was. Once we start questioning the events

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    Realism Vs Moral Realism

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    of expressions of feelings which are somewhat meaningless as they have nothing to back it up or support “feelings.” According to Ayer, something must either be tautologies, true by definition, or verifiable statements. He argues that sentences are only meaningful if they can be verified and since moral sentences cannot be verified, they are in turn not meaningful. Ayer continues on to say that any statement even expressing some form of feeling is considered meaningless. For example, “charity is good”

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    The Disaster That Hurt Millions

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    banks had to go out of business which had an immense impact on American people. “Worse, many banks had themselves invested, directly or indirectly, in the stock market. They had purchased stock in companies whose shares were now crumbling in value” (Ayers 678). After the stocks crashed, people who were invested in them, lost thousands even millions of dollars. The banks were the top investors so they lost the most amount of money with their invested stocks, along with the frightened depositors withdrawing

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    During the course of the 1930’s, America suffered one of the biggest economic disasters known today as The Great Depression. It was, as Ayers states, “the worst economic catastrophe in modern history” (Ayers 538). It had an effect on all ranks and classes of the American society, which is one of the reasons why it was such a huge ordeal. During this time, America suffered this disaster under two brave men that attempted to lead the country during such a time. These men were known as Herbert Hoover

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    Distinguishing Science and Pseudoscience

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    taking seriously the possibly of the new theory being correct and the taking advantage of the ability to challenge and old paradigm. Works Cited Jerry Bergman. "Acts and Facts." Institute for Creation Research.1980.Web. 11/20/13 A.J. Ayer, Karl Popper, Thomas Kuhn. "Science and Non science: Defining the Boundary." Part 1. Pages 6-19. [...]

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    P.A.W.S: Poquoson’s Mew-icle Workers Take a step through the rusted gates at Poquoson Animal Welfare Sanctuary, and you might notice a black cat zig-zag up to you. Lola, a permanent resident at the sanctuary, was born with neurological issues due to her mother being hit by a car while she was in the womb. She is one of 50 cats that would have been put to sleep if sent to any other local shelter. Lucky for her, Lola was rescued by P.A.W.S, an inspiring local organization dedicated to the wellbeing

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