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    Saint Philip Neri

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    Saint Philip Neri was born in Florence, Italy, in the year 1515. He was the oldest son of Francis Neri and Lucretia Soldi, both descendants of Tuscan families. He was kind hearted as a kid and soon became known as Philip the Good - "the good Pippo." As a child, he studied philosophy and later he took a comprehensive course in theology. With fourteen companions, he created the Confraternity of the Most Holy Trinity for looking after pilgrims and convalescents. The members met for Communion,

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    The Plague of Plagiarism Simply defined, the word plagiarism means "the unauthorized use of the language and thoughts of another author and the representation of them as one's own" ("Plagiarism").  While many students understand and comprehend the first clause of this definition, many encounter problems with the second part - the thoughts part.  Many students in today's educational system are frequently unable to develop their own thoughts, opinions, and ideas relating to the subject

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    Comparing HD-DVD and Blu-ray Technology

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    Comparing HD-DVD and Blu-ray Since 1997, DVD has been the #1 top selling format for home entertainment, crushing VHS within a five year time frame. But technology is forever changing and it’s only a matter of time before DVD’s go the way of VHS. With two new formats (High Definition-DVD and Blu-ray) on the horizon, which one will win the race? Both formats use blue laser technology, which has a shorter wavelength than red (DVD), allowing it to read the smaller digital data "spots" packed a lot

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    Socrates and Plato

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    Socrates and Plato: Significant Philosophers of Ancient Greece “The Unexamined Life is not Worth Living.” This is the famous quote proclaimed by Socrates, a controversial philosopher of ancient Athens. He believed that anyone could lead a significant and meaningful existence by examining his or her own life and ideas very thoroughly. (Soccio) Socrates was wise in respect to the fact that he never accepted a “truth” that was told to him, without getting incontestable evidence to back it up. He made

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    cons report

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    for International Business Strategy Module of Executive MBA course at Rotterdam Business School. This report is focused on Philips’ IT activities and reviews the IT offshoring strategy of Philips and look at the possible IT operating options as a way forward, if needed. I work for Philips IT and believe that with this report, I can do a real contribution to my company. Philips is one of the largest global diversified industrial companies with sales in 2013 of EUR 23.3 billion with multinational workforce

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    Italy and Analysis

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    at the relationship between family and work roles. In masculine cultures, the job is as important or more important than the family. After comparing Italy with the United States the only possible problem or threat in relation to cultures that Philips should note is uncertainty avoidance. This means that Italy is not quick to adopt new ideas. If Web TV is introduced into Italy, it will take more time for it to become accepted than it did in the United States. SOCIOCULTURAL PENETRATION

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    The Paperless(?) Office

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    The Paperless(?) Office 1. What are the advantages and disadvantages of the paperless office? There are many advantages to having a paperless office. One advantage is that companies are able to greatly reduce the amount of paper that they use. Not only does this help the environment, it helps cut costs within the organization. Companies are also able to improve service through implementing the paperless office. This is because communication is immediate and does not get lost in a pile of papers

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    before, during, and after a bomb which supposedly was sent from Russia by accident. L.A. and surrounding cities are all altered by the disastrous happening. Philip Singer a teenager is in a position as leader of the family. His brother Matt is awfully sick, possibly from radiation, his father was away at work during the blast and for all Philip knows he might be dead, and his mother was desperately injured and needs immediate attention. Hospitals are flooded with injured and dying people and the government

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    Consequences are More Significant than Rights

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    rights are very often the subject matter of ethical debates. We can mention some articles which deal with it from different points of view (for example, the articles of T. Nagel, A. Gewirth, R. G. Frey, D. T. Meyers, L. E. Lomasky, P. Pettit, M. Philips, J. O. Nelson, F. Schauer, T. Machan and others).(1) I shall concentrate on these issues through my ethical theory entitled "ethics of social consequences" (ESC). "Ethics of social consequences" is one of the forms of satisficing non-utilitarian consequentialism

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    Philips Vs Matsushita

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    N.V. Philips (Netherlands) and Matsushita Electric (Japan) are among the largest consumer electronics companies in the world. Their success was based on two contrasting strategies – diversification of worldwide portfolio and local responsiveness for Philips, and high centralization and mass production for Matsushita. Royal Philips Electronics of the Netherlands began as a small light-bulb factory in Holland, and by the turn of the century, was one of the largest producers in Europe. One-product

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