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    Bec Novel Outline

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    BEC 2 Bec Debbie and Jasper were so excited to have their first child; they could not stop talking about it, ever. From the moment they found out they were having a child they started shopping and setting up their baby’s room. Knowing it was a girl, they even picked a beautiful name for her: Bec, meaning that she will be independent, challenged, creative, hardworking, and honest (Kabalarians). One day Debbie and Jasper went out to shop some more for their child’s room and got into an accident, forcing

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    This paper will explore the relationship between Sherlock Holmes and his companion and friend Dr. John Watson. What is the relationship between Holmes and Watson? Are they compatible or are their differences to great for them to overcome. Looking at how they work together will also be a key factor in how well the relationship works between the two of them. Do their own interests and abilities get in the way? Does the time period in which they live factor into the environment of their communication

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    In Panopticism by Michel Foucault, Foucault discusses the measures to be taken when the plague appeared in a town. He talked in death about the abnormal individuals that were stricken with the plague and the individuals were lepers and excluded from society. Strict partitioning occurred during the plague, the towns closed and individuals who attempted or left the town were sentenced to death. Stray animals were killed and the town was divided into districts that were governed independently. The syndic

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    Jeremy Bentham was born on February 15th, 1748 in Houndsditch, London and died June 6th 1832. Bentham was a British theorist, jurist, and social activist. Bentham was the founder of modern utilitarianism. Bentham became a leading philosopher in Anglo-American philosophy of law, and a political radical who influenced the progress of well-being. He was an advocate to the people regarding economic liberty, freedom of expression, equal rights for women, decriminalization of homosexual activities, separation

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    The Ethics of Organ Transplantation

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    Organ transplantation is apperceived as one of the most prehending achievements for preserving life in medical history. This procedure provides a means of giving life to patience’s who suffer from terminal organ failure, which requires the participation of individuals; living or deceased, to donate their organs for the more preponderant good of society. The question arises whether a person’s claim to determine what transpires to their bodies afore and postmortem should be respected. Traditional

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    Why Giving Away Millions of Dollars is Okay

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    Before I can apply Mill’s theory of utilitarianism, it is helpful to first look at the history of it. Utilitarianism as a moral theory was not created by John Stuart Mill, but can be traced back to several philosophers. In lecture we were exposed to Jeremy Bentham’s idea of utilitarianism which is set in hedonistic ways. As Professor Lach explained in one of his lectures, Bentham used language such as pleasure and pain to describe benefits and harm (or good and bad) and had an idealistic mathematical

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    ANIMAL RIGHTS

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    Animals have their own rights as do to humans and we should respect that and give them the same respect we give each other. Animals deserve to be given those same basic rights as humans. All humans are considered equal and ethical principles and legal statutes should protect the rights of animals to live according to their own nature and remain free from exploitation. This paper is going to argue that animals deserve to have the same rights as humans and therefore, we don’t have the right to kill

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    The Digital Panopticon: Foucault and Internet Privacy In 1977, Michel Foucault wrote in Discipline and Punish about the disciplinary mechanisms of constant and invisible surveillance in part through an analysis of Jeremy Bentham's panopticon. The panopticon was envisioned as a circular prison, in the centre of which resided a guard tower. Along the circumference, individuals resided in cells that were visible to the guard tower but invisible to each other. Importantly, this guard tower was backlit

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    act-utilitarianism (AU), ultimately falls short in addressing the moral complexities which factor into man’s virtues and its effect on his motives for certain actions. John Stuart Mill’s core arguments follow and contrast many theories established by Jeremy Bentham. Combining the idea of consequentialism, that consequences of actions are the sole factor in moral evaluation, and hedonism—which states that pleasure is the sole factor in considering the value of overall intrinsic good—AU argues that an

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    Compare and contrast the roles and relationships of the following pairs of characters: George and Lennie (of Mice and Men) and Holmes and Watson (Sherlock Holmes stories). Compare and contrast the roles and relationships of the following pairs of characters: George and Lennie (of Mice and Men) and Holmes and Watson (Sherlock Holmes stories). Sherlock Holmes stories are short stories, which involve investigating and solving crimes. They include characters such as Sherlock Holmes and Dr

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