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    THE COMMAND ECONOMY A command economy is one in which a central authority has control of the resources of the economy and makes most of the economic decisions. TODAY : DICTATORSHIPS OR CUBA OR CHINA IN THE PAST: NEW FRANCE & THE WARTIME ECONOMY OF THE 1940'S NEW FRANCE New France was discovered by accident while explorers were searching for shorter trade routes to India and China, where they hoped to find rich sources of gold and spices. By accidentally discovering central and South America they

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    Literals 5.0     Expressions 6.0     Comments 7.0     Keywords 8.0     Commands 9.0     Reserved Words 1.0 Overview Many Internet service providers and online services require you to manually enter information, such as your user name and password, to establish a connection. With Scripting support for Dial-Up Networking, you can write a script to automate this process. A script is a text file that contains a series of commands, parameters, and expressions required by your Internet service provider

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    Hong Kongindia Command and Market Economies The world is run with economic systems. Two of these economic systems are the market economy and the command economy. These economic systems both greatly differ and are similar in there ways of controling the factors of production, ownership, and their incentives for efficient production. An area of the world that has a command economy is India. The government controls and makes decisions with the factors of production. The factors of production

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    The Incident Command System

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    individuals participating, it is imperative that there be a unified command structure in place to effectively coordinate and oversee the tasks that need to be accomplished. The need of a unified command was seen from the hardships faced in incidents, bringing forth the development of the Incident Command System that was designed to be used in an array of conditions, to bring all individuals to a common ground. FEMA (n.d) stated “The Incident Command System (ICS) is a standardized, on-scene, all-hazards incident

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    The Incident Command System

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    plan, to keep themselves and their loved ones safe. For some that plan may consist of leaving the premises, for another it may mean trying to solve the issue first, but for trained emergency responders that plan should be the Incident Command System. The Incident Command System (ICS) is a hierarchal system that enables the emergency personnel to appropriately manage an emergency scene to limit destruction property and loss of life. With the ever changing world comes ever changing emergencies; but how

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    On Euthyphro's Dilemma and Divine Command

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    and Divine Command In Plato's Euthyphro, Socrates presents a fundamentally meta-ethical problem to Euthyphro by asking “whether the pious or holy is beloved by the gods because it is holy, or holy because it is beloved of the gods” (Plato 219)? I will relate this question to the Divine Command Theory of morality and discuss the philosophical implications associated with each possible answer to the dilemma while demonstrating fallacies and inequalities within each. Divine Command Theory (DCT)

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    Divine Command Ethics Divine Command hypothesis highlights in the ethics of numerous current religions, including Judaism, Islam, the Baha 'i Faith, and Christianity, and also being a part of various more established polytheistic religions. In antiquated Athens, it was usually held that ethical truth was attached specifically to divine commands, and religious devotion was practically equal to profound quality. In spite of the fact that Christianity does not involve divine command hypothesis, it is

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    United States Cyber Command is less than four years old. The merger and stand down of the Joint Functional Component Command for Network Warfare (JFCC-NW) and the Joint task Force for Global Network Operations (JTF-GNO) formed the bulk of the new organization. 9 This new construct integrated offensive and defensive cyber capabilities in one organization resulting in efficient and effective planning and execution of cyberspace operations. United States Cyber Command is tasked with operations to

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    Problem In this paper I will discuss the Divine Command Theory (DCT) and its attracted features. I will also discuss the problems proposed by Plato’s writing known as “The Euthypro Problem” (EP). Using the Euthypro Problem I plan to show how Divine Command Theory makes morality arbitrary and God’s goodness meaningless. First I will begin by clearly defining the Divine Command Theory. I will then proceed to discuss the attractive features of the Divine Command Theory. After I will discus “The Euthypro Problem”

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    This essay will explain and critique divine command theory. First, divine command theory will be defined. Second, two key arguments for divine command theory will be described. Third, criticisms will be raised against cultural relativism. Last, a final assessment of divine command theory will be given. To fully understand the overview of divine command theory six key categories outline the basic principles of this ethical theory. The six key categories are source, selection, definition of good,

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