Counter Essays

  • Analysis Of Multidisciplinary Counter Intelligence

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    The United States today is becoming more and more dependant upon technological developments to gather intelligence. The “secret agents” of yesterday are very close to being obsolete. With technology becoming the prime source of intelligence gathering, there is an assumption that other countries are gathering intelligence in similar ways. The only way to combat intelligence gathering against the United States is to know what technological intelligence collection resources are being used for gathering

  • Counter culture / Hackers

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    Why Hackers Do The Things They Do? Hackers. You know them as gangly kids with radiation tans caused by too many late nights in front of a computer screen. Evil beings who have the power to wipe out your credit rating, cancel your cable TV, raise your insurance premiums, and raid your social security pension. Individuals who always avert their eyes and mumble under their breath about black helicopters and CIA transmissions. Paranoid, social deviants who could start World War III from the privacy

  • Border Security and Transatlantic Counter-Terrorism Measures

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    Border Security and Transatlantic Counter-Terrorism Measures ABSTRACT: The United States and the European Union share common values, economic interests, and security challenges. The expansion of the European Union into the countries which were under the Soviet sphere of influence continues to complicate the internal border security of the European Union. Given the liberalization of trade within the EU and in turn into the US, the port and border security of each trading partner is connected

  • Essay On Counter Intelligence

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    The art of Counter Intelligence is a framework of a spy network whose purpose of existence is to obtain intelligence data for analysis pertaining to national security . This structure and purpose of this paper is to conduit two contrasting objectives to the Counter Intelligence framework. Counter Intelligence of national government against national government and counter intelligence of citizenry against government are the objectives to be examined. The purpose of the examining these two contrasting

  • The Counter-Insurgency Strategy

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    “The hearts and mind (HAM) theory is identified as winning the hearts and minds of the population which is a technique based on the implementation of the counter-insurgency (COIN) strategy of persuading the population to support the government and reject the insurgents.” The counter-insurgency (COIN) strategy as outlined by President Obama and General Petraeus’s most closely embrace is the heart and minds (HAM) theory. President Obama speech identified the United States strategic approach with Afghanistan

  • The Persuasion of The Counter Reformation

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    Reformation. This movement against the Protestant Reformation is called the Counter-Reformation (Sayre 310). One method that the Catholic Church used to tempt people into its religion was art. According to Sayre, art is a sensual appeal not just intellectually, but emotionally as well; the Church believed that using emotional appeal was the key to the Church’s success. One artwork in particular that relate to the Baroque and the Counter-Reformation was the Triumph of St. Ignatius of Loyola by Andrea Pozzo

  • Paleys Arguement From Design, And Humes Counter-analogy

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    Hume’s counter-analogy does not succeed in undermining Paley’s argument from design. Paley clearly explains to his reader that humans are so complicated that we must have been made by a designer. Hume argues that since the universe is not a human art, and is more like an animal, it does not need a designer. Paley argues that the complexity and functionality of a watch clearly shows that it was made by a designer. Animals are also complex and functional, therefore, Hume does not change the argument

  • Should the Morning-After Pill be Available Over-the-Counter?

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    Should the Morning-After Pill be Available Over-the-Counter? Last Tuesday, advisors to the Food and Drug administration voted to make the "morning-after" pill available over-the-counter (1). The FDA has not yet acted on this recommendation (1). The morning-after pill is the vernacular term for emergency contraception, specifically, two pills with the commercial name, "Plan B", which have the ability to inhibit and, depending on one's perspective, possibly to terminate unwanted pregnancies. The

  • The Counter Reformation and Catholic Mass

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    influences of the church, reworking the framework of the traditional Mass itself and even restructuring many in house positions. This list of corrections made and actions taken in response to the Protestant Reformation is commonly referred to as the Counter Reformation. To begin the long, arduous process of repairing the church, multiple new orders were formed. Many of these new religious orders kept power hungry officials and preachers from abusing their influences. Orders such as the Ursulines, Theatines

  • The Catholic Reformation And The Counter Reformation

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    The Catholic Reformation also known as the Counter Reformation all began after the Protestant Reformation. The Protestant Reformation was conducted by Henry the 8th. Henry the 8th created the reformation which converted the Catholic churches to Protestant, this allowed Henry to divorce and then remarry. Because of this most of the churches became Protestant. This however, did not leave all of the Catholics happy. In response the Catholics decided to undergo some changes to create the Catholic Reformation

  • The Counter Reformation In The Roman Catholic Church

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    The Counter-Reformation was a movement that took place in the Roman Catholic Church around the 16th century. The Counter-Reformation was a response to the Protestant Reformation to reestablish the power and popularity of the Roman Catholic church. After the Protestant Reformation, The Catholic Church was condemned due to the many complaints of corruption and scandals such as absenteeism and indulgences. The overall image of the catholic church was being tarnished due to priests and popes abusing

  • The Black Counter-Culture in We Real Cool by Gwendolyn Brooks

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    The Black Counter-Culture in "We Real Cool" by Gwendolyn Brooks After reading the poem "We Real Cool," by Gwendolyn Brooks, most people think that Brooks is making an ironic statement. Most will read the poem and think that Brooks is being sarcastic by using simple language and in the end asserting that the seven pool players will die soon, or more broadly that all who speak in this manner will die soon. No doubt some people will see Brooks' statement "We/Left school" as the beginning of her

  • Deadly Trend: Over The Counter Drugs

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    More and more teens are abusing over the counter medicine, otherwise known as OTC drugs to try to achieve that “high” effect. “Many of these products are widely available and can be purchased at supermarkets, drugstores, and convenience stores. Many OTC drugs that are intended to treat headaches, sinus pressure, or cold/flu symptoms contain the active ingredient dextromethorphan (DXM) and are the ones that teens are using to get high” (“Over-the-Counter Drug Abuse”). Although the percentage on

  • Gorgias

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    purposes is persuasiveness. Using flattery can be a helpful tool for persuading. Protagoras would probably counter Socrates’ argument by reminding him that although flattery is part of rhetoric, it is also a subject worth studying because of the need for public speaking. One must also be able to recognize an attempt to flatter and be able to counter it with the right response. Protagoras would counter Plato’s claim by emphasizing the need to study areas of rhetoric for survival in a community that is litigious

  • How To Build A Robot

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    robot. The circuit design was used in another course and could almost be exactly transferred with the exception of the timing of the turns. A 555 counter would be used to send out pulses which a binary counter would add. The frequency of the pulses could be set by varying resistance and the timing of the turns could be controlled by the bit output of the counter. We used binary logic to choose the different bits the robot would turn at while making sure that only one combination would make the turn. NAND

  • Suriname

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    In this essay I will compare and contrast the approaches and goals of Richard and Sally Price and S. Allen Counter and David Evens on the topic of Maroon arts of the Suriname. I will explain how they present their findings. And tell what I think they would say the most important discovery or confirmation is. After all of this is done I will do follow up art historical research in the same area. The main focus of my research would be why anyone would be interested in finding out more about this particular

  • The Hungarian Revolution of 1956

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    ideal of socialism lead the people of the fledgeling socialist state of Hungary to rise up in revolt, but ill-preparedness and the strength of the Soviet Red Army put down the insurrection within several days. Several forces influenced and provoked counter-revolutionary forces in Hungary, both internal and external. Externally, there was support for pro-democratic groups within Hungary, and émigré groups from Hungary(Berecz 15). The United States government implemented several acts to support reactionary

  • Radioactivity Experiments

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    Apparatus: * gm tube, * clamp stand, * the counter thing, * ruler, * set-square Method of penetrating power of Alpha particles, Beta particles & Gamma Rays: The equipment was set up as shown below to measure the penetrating power of each radioactive source. Geiger-Muller Tube Again the measurements were taken without the absorber to measure background radiation. The source was placed quite close to the counter (1cm) and the thickness of the absorber was increased

  • Free Argumentative Essays: The Existence Of God

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    The Existence of God      Ever since I can remember, I have believed in God. I had always thought that he existed in a way that we did not understand and or can not comprehend, and that is spiritually (Almighty). I have always thought that it would be impossible to prove/disprove God's existence (solely based on the spiritual aspect), because if he is the almighty then he can come and go as he sees fit (be seen and unseen as he sees fit, too). There has been a lot that has

  • Instrumental Rationality and the Instrumental Doctrine

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    is, ends whose achievement is instrumental to the pursuit of some more fundamental end) — where even instrumentalists must concede that the rationality of a strategy presupposes the rationality of the end it serves. Second, I draw attention to the counter-intuitive consequences — in cases involving ‘non-proximate’ ends — of substituting (allegedly more manageable) questions about de facto ends for questions about the rationality of ends. Third, I argue-against Nozick — that it is a mistake to suppose