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    Extreme Measure Comes With Extreme Percaution

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    “Today, our fellow citizens, our way of life, our very freedom came under attack in a series of deliberate and deadly terrorist acts. We have taken the necessary security precautions and are prepared to do whatever is necessary to protect America and Americans.” President George W. Bush On September 11, 2001, terrorists initiated multiple attacks on America that took the lives of nearly three thousand innocent people. It was a day of destruction and horror that will be branded in the minds of

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    Extreme Isolation

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    way to get an idea of what it is like to live in this extreme isolation is through reading, hearing or watching the accounts of someone’s first hand experience. Some people who provide this insight for us are: Steven Callahan through his memoir, Adrift, Robert Zemeckis through the movie he directed, Cast Away, and Michael Bond’s article, “How Extreme Isolation Warps the Mind”. Through each of these works, it shows the effects that their extreme isolation makes on them. For the most part, the effects

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    Extreme Rationalism

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    Extreme Rationalism Rationalism is the idea that we can gain knowledge through the processes of mind alone. Empiricism is the idea that we can only gain knowledge through the senses. Empiricism has been adopted by the Western world because it is the foundation of the scientific approach to life that we use. Various popular sayings such as 'seeing is believing' and 'I heard it with my own ears', show that we

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    ENL213 SHUYA XIE Is extreme obedience ever necessary in society? “Now, listen to me carefully, and then you have to do it....” How often have you heard such a thing? We hear or encounter orders, instructions, and orders every day. What makes us obey (or disobey) them? Millions of people have died in the Nanjing Massacre, and many have committed mass suicide in the battle of Okinawa. But the Japanese emperor could not have killed them all, nor could a handful of people. What made all these people

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    Extreme Realist Religion

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    Extreme realists like those mentioned in “The Power and The Glory” by Graham Greene led by the Lieutenant believed in ending Christianity due to the insufficient evidence of it helping people. The Lieutenant led the authority to catch the last priest because of the wrong-doings that had impacted his life that he blamed on God and Christianity. He chose to deny the proof of God and the truth of Christianity because he was scared to accept that someone with so much power would let tragic instances

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    A controversial argument in America is whether extreme racism is considered a mental illness? Extreme racism is being in the mindset of causing someone harm generally to the point where murdering someone takes in action. Criminal injustice has been occurring for decades in America; however, many would question, why does it occurs? Most are due to extreme racist acts upon a community of people. While crimes increase, most individuals claim that it is being caused by those who are suffering from mental

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    Extreme poverty has been cut by more than half since 1990, however, more than 800 million people around the world still live on less than $1.25 a day. Poverty includes the lack of basic services: hunger, education, and social discrimination and exclusion. Creating comprehensive policy frameworks at the national and international levels based on stimulating economic growth for the poor and gender-sensitive development strategies, can support faster investment decisions as well as poverty eradication

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    Children misbehaving has always been a big issue in parenting. Parents often have to use physical treatment to punish their children. The article “Spanking on Trial” considers whether or not parents should spank their children. This contentious issue has been the source of multitudinous debates over the last several centuries. In the article, a father named Peterson got arrested because he was trying to spank his daughter. Peterson’s lawyer indicates that Peterson was spanking his daughter for good

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    Extreme Forms Of Racism

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    An example of a much more extreme form of racism is racial profiling when it comes to police officers. If someone commit a crime and they have no suspect all a officer has to do it pick a random black person on the street and use them. The only excuse they have to use is “you fit

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    Extreme Parenting In the contemporary world, parenting is a difficult job. Different parenting styles will result in different outcomes. Amy Chua, an author who published a controversial article about parenting her children in an “authoritarian” way. Authoritarian parenting is a way to restrict your children away from participating in any activities besides academic-related. She believes academics are more important than everything else so she does not let her children choose their own extracurricular

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