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    The Problems Disabled People Face with Regard to Access in Milton Keynes "Cineworld" in the Xscape has much more access for Wheelchair users than "Easycinema" in center MK 2) Introduction I am going to compare to building to see if cineworld in the Xscape has better access for wheelchair users than easycinema in the point. I will be looking at Cineworld first I will check the upper level and the lower level to see if the accessible for wheel chair users. I want to find out if it has

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    this essay I will not be looking at it in isolation but will also attempt to highlight the issues surrounding globalisation, whilst attempting to find a correlation between the neo-liberal stance of globalisation and how they regard this to be affecting the global domain in regards to employment, before concluding as to if we can conclusively say that globalisation is affecting the world of work in society today. Endeavouring to find a specific definition of globalisation can be onerous as there are

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    Chinese Telecom Industry

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    stage since the industry is deepening its reform and telecom equipment is upgrading”, says Xi Guohua of the Ministry of Information Industry (MII). However, although this quote quite accurately reflects the attitude of the Chinese Government with regard to foreign investment, stringent regulation is a hurdle which is still making it difficult for foreign firms to penetrate the market. As of October 2004, 10 out of the meagre 12 applications made by foreign firms to provide telecom-related services

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    capital punishment

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    It is unreasonable to think that to take the life of a man who has taken that of another is to show lack of regard for human life. We show, on the contrary, an emphatic regard for it, by the adoption of a rule that he who violates that right in another forfeits it for himself. My agreement with these, the words of philosopher John Stuart Mill, compels me to affirm today’s resolution, that capital punishment is justified. My value premise for the round will be justice, giving each individual his or

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    Plato

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    Plato Plato was born in Athens to a wealthy family and lived from 429-347 B.C.E. He was Socrates' greatest student and held his teacher in such high regard that in most of his works Socrates plays the main character. Some people doubt the existance of Socrates but, "like nearly everyone else who appears in Plato's works, he is not an invention of Plato: there really was a Socrates" (Kraut). Plato wrote many works asking questions about terms such as justice, piety, and immortality to name a

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    Defamation act

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    nothing wrong besides commit a honest journalistic mistake, which is not grounds for persecution. Although channel 4’s story bears resemblance to the story printed by the AP there is obvious fabrications within their story, which is clearly reckless regard for the truth. Regarding defamation on Mrs. Hickson’s behalf, it is also clear that channel 4’s article has inflicted permanent damage on her character and public respect. There are clear false statements of fact fabricated by channel 4 not to mentions

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    Creon and Antigone – Two of a Kind A popular message of the media these days is that underneath the surface, despite our external differences, we're all really quite similar.  Whether or not that is a universal truth, it certainly applies to Creon and Antigone, the main characters Sophocles' tragedy Antigone.  They appear different outwardly but are two of a kind in personality.  Throughout Antigone, they are in almost constant contention with each other.  They are on opposite sides of an argument

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    Baptism

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    performed with water, usually in the name of the Trinity or in the name of Christ. Orthodox and Baptist churches require baptism by total immersion. In other churches, pouring and sprinkling are more common. Most churches regard baptism as a sacrament, or sign of grace; some regard it simply as an ordinance, or rite, commanded by Christ. Therefore, Baptism is the sacrament of faith by which we, enlightened by the Spirit's grace, respond to the Gospel of Christ. Scriptural Basis Jesus was baptized by

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    from the early Akkadian cosmgony, "Enuma Elish" and Hesiodís  "Theogony" revealed themselves.  These pivotal stories illustrated clear ways in which the peoples of Babylon, early Greece and classical Greece differed from one another, especially with regard to their relationships to their deities.  In the earlier writings the gods are the only players in the story ? they are clearly central to the lives of the Akkadians and the early Greeks.  Oedipus the King, on the other hand, features human beings

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    You can't judge a book by it's cover. In Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte, we meet Jane Eyre, who finds her true love to be someone she is not attracted to. Jane is attracted to people who contain the same intellectual capacity as her, and has no regard for those who have only beauty and money to give. After attending an all girls seminary until she reached the age of eighteen, Jane advertises for a job as a governess, and receives one at an estate named Thornfield. This is where she meets

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    Defending Longino's Social Epistemology

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    mere subjective opinions, and thus deserve to be called "knowledge." Here, I want to both explain and defend Longino's epistemology. I Longino defines her account of scientific knowledge relative to positivist and wholist accounts. Though many regard positivism as offering an untenable account of science, because "no comparable sweeping and detailed philosophical view has replaced it," Longino believes that it still needs to be reckoned with (L1990, 21). Wholists are significant because they have

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    No Due Process

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    objective due to its emphasis on process, is superior. The premise of the argument was that if the judicial processes developed over time through planning and trial and error are followed, Americans see justice as having been done, without particular regard to the outcome, whereas Koreans first posit that damage has occurred and base their judgment of whether or not justice has been done on whether or not some reparation has been made. While not stated explicitly, the upshot of this is that Americans

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    Capital Punishment

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    Capital Punishment Many positions can be defended when debating the issue of capital punishment. In Jonathan Glover's essay "Executions," he maintains that there are three views that a person may have in regard to capital punishment: the retributivist, the absolutist, and the utilitarian. Although Glover recognizes that both statistical and intuitive evidence cannot validate the benefits of capital punishment, he can be considered a utilitarian because he believes that social usefulness is the

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    Family Values: Importance America's family values are very important to our citizens. For many years the American family and its values have been one of the top priorities of our nation. The family is even an essential part of the “American Dream” that we Americans are so fond of. The basic idea of success in America is measured by how well one can provide for their family. But what does citezenship have to do with family values? It determines these values and set a standard for the whole of America's

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    Fran Dorn

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    because we each bring in different experiences. Fran concludes that literature has great meaning because it is written not only from the author’s mind, but also from the author’s heart; the whole person is involved in writing. I feel Fran would have us regard literature in the same way that she does. Fran desires for us to consider the meaning and value in each piece. She would like us to appreciate the value of literature and to discover the joy in it that she treasures. The critics on our videotape

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    augustine

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    movement of the mind inwards and upwards to God, an opening of the mind to truth which provided the mental vision that has been purified by faith. His theme of the divine in the world and in man is more biblical than Platonic, which allowed him to regard the material world with a reverence that would be impossible for a Platonist. His doctrine of evil as no-thing, a privation, is different from both Platonic thought and Manichaeism. A philosophical question faces Christians, and in fact all theists

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    for their survival within the groups/clans where they resided. The main characters identified in each book were faced with making decisions that would alter and impact the course of their lives. These difficult decisions not only required them to regard their own well being but the well being of the community as a whole. In “Things Fall Apart”, we have a group of people that are an extension of each other. Their society has a set of rules that each person must follow in order to be accepted and fit

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    Averting Arguments: Nagarjuna’s Verse 29

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    says in verse 30: "That [denial] of mine [in verse 29] is a non-apprehension of non-things" and non-apprehension is the averting of arguments or "the relinquishing of all views." "Not making a proposition P" would be not speaking P or silence with regard to P (where P is some opposing view) and, as Sagal argues, not meaning a global linguistic silence (where P stands for any proposition whatsoever). Such an interpretation would lead to attributing wholesale irrationalism to Nagarjuna-something I wish

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    Power of the Mind Revealed in Albert Camus' “The Guest” In “The Guest”, a short story written by Albert Camus, Camus uses his views on existentialism to define the characters’ values. Camus’ effective use of descriptive words and individual thoughts and actions allows the reader to understand and sympathize with the characters’ judgments of one another, predominantly pertaining to the characters Daru and the Arab. Daru’s responses to the Arab and his decisions, Camus’ description of the Arab,

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    Are People Obedient

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    ARE PEOPLE OBEDIENT? Does everyone in society go against what they believe in merely to satisfy an authority figure? Stanley Milgram’s “Perils Of Obedience” expresses that most of society supports the authority figure regardless of their own personal ideals. Milgram says to the reader, “For many people, obedience is a deeply ingrained behavioral tendency, indeed a potent impulse overriding training in ethics, sympathy, and moral conduct” (Milgram 606). Is Milgram’s statement telling us obedience

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