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  • Lycius' Dilemma

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    Lycius' Dilemma The Master and Margarita and Lamia are the vastly different works of two men from far flung times and places. Though the histories and plots of these works diverge, their thematic elements resonate. Each text invokes a dualism of worlds: the world of the imagination and the world of reality. The imaginative realm is a mythic space of love, creativity and magic. Paradoxically, the characters that speak for the realm of imagination are those aligned with the devil (Lamia and Woland)

  • Moral Dilemma

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    Moral Dilemma Everyday we are tested as individuals to make the right choice. How we view ourselves as individuals and how others view us are directly correlated to our moral decision-making. But morals are somewhat misleading. What might be a wrong decision for one person might be a solution to another. So how do we define morals? Do we follow Gods’ moral rules because to do so would increase out likelihood of obtaining salvation in the afterlife? Or is it simpler than that. Is God going to

  • The Outsourcing Dilemma

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    The Outsourcing Dilemma CIS Strategic Planning Introduction To outsource or not to outsource, that is the question. It is indeed a question that a CIO, CEO, or IT manager is likely to encounter. It is not a simple question, nor is the answer simple, and there is not a one size fits all solution. As with any decision, it is good to face it with facts and without prejudice. This work shall discuss factors that help determine the answer, risks, benefits, cost analysis, and implications to the business

  • The Database Dilemma

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    The Database Dilemma Personal privacy today is a controversial and complex topic, which is influenced by a number of factors. There is an integral role that databases play in this highly debated topic. The fact that many people now carry out their transactions electronically is another important factor. There is also pressure on personal privacy for increased national security around the world to combat terrorism. In addition, personal privacy is even threatened by commercial factors and the

  • Morality dilemma

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    ‘‘Every personality develops continually from the stage of infancy until death, and throughout this span it persists even though it changes (Donnellan and Conger, 2007). As I look back at my own life, I recall the questions that I was faced with around age 18 to age 27. I grew up in an authoritative type of parenting where all of us, eight children, were very close. So conformity was almost the base of my upbringing, in a society where solidarity was a must for us. As enter adulthood, adolescents

  • Dilemma On Euthanasia

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    person should be able to make the choice to end their life if they are suffering beyond what they are able to bare. Whether that suffering is physical, psychological, social, or spiritual they should be allowed to make their own decisions. The moral dilemma that is presented with euthanasia is that one person is knowingly ending the life of another human being. Euthanasia can be a difficult subject to address because it may not ever actually affect us unless we are placed in a situation where we would

  • Ethical Dilemmas Associated With The Ethical Dilemma In An Organization

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    2. Ethical dilemma is when an individual had to decide between two options, both are morally correct but it is in conflict. Ethics is important because an individual needs to have an idea that something is morally good or bad. Not to mention, there are people who are untrustworthy; therefore, we need to able to make a judgment on who will affect us in an organization. For example, one bad practice that occurs in the real world is money laundering which is a bad practice that will affect the organizations

  • Ethical Dilemmas: Critical Reasoning: Ethical Dilemma

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    Ethical Dilemma: Critical Reasoning: This ethical dilemma is a difficult situation. I feel like there is some right and some wrong in each of the situations. I am going to try to explain the situations from my perspective and what I see with each one of them, and try to determine my stance after I have described the ideas that I see. Situation #1: I feel that this could be a correct course because, the salespeople did not include me in their conversation. My conclusion would be different if they

  • Jessica's Dilemma

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    A doctor’s primary job is to alleviate the pain of their patient, even if it does not help them. People do not want to have to endure pain and misery at the end of life. They want to die fast and painless, but this idea goes against what people call the “sanctity of life”. Kant wrote about this concept, saying he believed it was wrong because you could not will universally that everyone would want to die prematurely if they were in a similar situation. On the other side, Utilitarians would be for

  • The Syrian Dilemma

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    Several initiatives and peace proposals have been launched by a number of countries to solve this crisis, from the Arab league to the United Nation but without much success. Bashar Al-Assad with his supporters Iran, Hezbollah and Russia agreed to the peace talk with the Opposition leaders and their supporters Saudi Arabia in Geneva. Despite, all the peace talk in Geneva the two opponents went without reaching any resolution. Therefore, Bashar Al-Assad has to be forced to step down as president and