Arch Influence
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...Arch Influence As a female, I have always looked upon the great architects of my time as well as that of the yesteryears. They have given me the muchneeded confidence and encouragement by their sheer presence. This has been the case with me when I look at my uncle Mr. Thomas. He has been working as an architect for the last 40 years and has built a number of unique buildings, passageways, bridges and statues all across the suburbs of the city. I have gained a lot of encouragement from his works and whenever I have the chance to visit his creations; I make it a point to get myself photographed alongside his creations. This gives me a chance to understand what his work is...
Victory Arch of Titus
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...ARCH OF TITUS Full November 12, 2008 Introduction Prominently surviving durably through the rage of the ages at the eastern end of the Roman Forum is the famous Arch of Titus. Since it was constructed in AD 81, the cut stone brickwork building has been an enduring monument to the Roman victory over the Jews. It has been a symbol of success and a remembrance of the glory of Titus Vespasian Augustus. With its straightforward yet firm example of Roman engineering, it has inspired architects, provided historians with information about the life of Rome and awed artists with its complex relief and statue. This is the well known Arch of Titus. Background History The Arco di Tito (Arch of Titus... VICTORY ARCH...
Arch of Constantine
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...Arch of Constantine Introduction While art has many different fields ranging from the performance ofinterpretative dance to the creation of an environmentally friendly yet aesthetically pleasing office tower, the creation of monuments is something which holds a unique position. If we look at some of the more famous monuments, they appear to have little or no functional purpose as a building but they are marks of achievement not only for the individual or the people to whom the monument is dedicated but also to the civilization that built them. A Work of Art In this context, as a work of art, the Arch of Constantine is a beautiful example of a monument which has a tremendous history as well... ...
McDonalds-arch delux burger
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...ARCH DELUXE BURGER 3 Ineffective Advertising Campaign 3 Target Audience 4 Positioning Strategy 4 Media Strategy 5 Shortcomings 6 Recommendation 7 References 8 MCDONALDS- ARCH DELUXE BURGER The study aims at discussing the case of advertisement failures of McDonalds’s Arch Deluxe Burger, which is counted among the top ten advertisement failures. The motive is to understand the shortcomings of the company due to which the advertisement failed, the mistakes in their advertisement design and the significant issues like the target customers, positioning strategy, media strategy for the product of McDonalds. After a detailed analysis, recommendations would... be stated for this case. Ineffective...
Arch of Triumph and Sartre
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...Arch of Triumph" by Erich Maria Remarque from Jean-Paul Sartre's Point of View: An Analysis The Arch of Triumph by Erich Maria Remarque focuseson Ravic, a German surgeon who sought refuge in Paris, France during the eve of World War II, 1939. He had been banned to perform surgery but he was employed by less capable doctors of whom he would perform for, for a fee. His clients were the city’s most elite. He was deported and an illegal alien but despite his situation, he strived to find the Nazi who tortured him in Germany. His was the life of a drifter, seen as a political victim during the German Nazi regime. Dr. Ravic described his situation as “an involuntary adventurer”, a refugee who... ?The "Arch of...
Financial Time series including ARCH-Garch models
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...ARCH-GARCH Models Financial Time Series Including ARCH-GARCH Models Insert Insert Insert Instructor’s Name 22 September 2011 OUTLINE Introduction Objectives the Research ARCH Methodology GARCH Methodology Comparison between ARCH and GRACH Conclusion Financial Time Series Including ARCH-GARCH Models Introduction Financial time series forms the basis of financial and macroeconomics where model builders use stochastic processes to test and construct equations of economic variables. Time varying volatility and non-stationarity has largely contributed to the understanding and applicability of financial time series. Economic variables are referred as non... ?Running head: Financial Time Series Including...
Finite Element Analysis of a Pedestrian Steel Arch Bridge
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...Arch Bridge Affiliation: The scope here is primarily to conduct Finite Element Analysis of a Pedestrian Steel Arch Bridge. While it has been attempted to gather a thorough understanding of steel properties, its impact due to various treatments and other aspects of construction with steel, the article primarily deals with detail description of any arch bridge and dilutes down to pedestrian steel bridges alone with a specific design. The ambient vibration needed to be considered under natural excitation such as human walking and a huge crowd of pedestrians involved. The operational modal analysis is usually carried out using peak picking method... 1. Introduction to Steel as Material 4 2....
ARCH modeling: forecasting the return in the UK stock market
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...ARCH modeling: forecasting the return in the UK stock market TABLE OF CONTENTS Introduction 4 Literature Review 8 Methodology Review 34 Empirical Results 37 Conclusion 45 Bibliography 48 Abstract Empirical researches have proved the predictive ability of ARCH models in forecasting equity return volatility. With the help of daily index returns, two ways of realised volatility are achieved by estimating ARCH models. Almost all the relevant information on the index is used; therefore, in-sample estimate provides minimal increments in the high frequency index returns. On the other hand, the index helps ARCH models to bring...
final arch history
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... 25 November Architectural Hierarchy in Religious Structures It has oftentimes been expressed that architecture is the heavenly construal of humankind in characterizing and symbolizing celestial themes in physical form. In other words, it is an arithmetical and systematic way of converting natural forces into something perceivable by human senses. Earlier religious congregations design their worship place based on their interpretations of some theological precepts and ideologies. Some religions reflect on their attributed traditions in designing religious structures like those in the Middle Eastern countries, wherein less hierarchy is instituted in the overall architectural plan... 25 November...
Philosophy 101
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...deceiver that deceives him to fall into error. Herein, Descartes uses this evil deceiver in attaining his permanent truth. I quote: “Even though there may be a deceiver of some sort… who bends all his efforts to keep me perpetually deceived, there can be no slightest doubt that I exist, since he deceives me; and let him deceive me as much as he will, he can never make me be nothing as long as I think that I am something” (Descartes 82). This is Descartes absolute and certain truth. For, inasmuch as he would doubt all the beliefs he... of Descartes’ Quest for Truth and Certainty Descartes’ goal as a philosopher is todo a total reconstruction of human knowledge, through the use of doubt methodologically...
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...ARCH TRUSS/BURR TRUSS or BURR ARCH Burr arch or Kingpost Bridge is one of the best truss arched bridges widely used. The basic principle of the bridge relies on an arch but not a truss. It was designed by Theodore Burr in 1804 and patented on 1817. Most bridges were subjected to collapse because of design failure. The cause of failure was due to the complexity in the design of an arch and a truss that could share loads equally. According to Burr design, the arch is responsible for carrying all loads subjected to the structure while the truss supported the arch. Moving loads create reversed stresses that are tackled through counter bracing. The bridge... is designed to carry pedestrians,...
CIS 206 U1 Discussion
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...Arch, and Red hat. Debian distribution produces operating systems like Ubuntu while Red-hat produces fedora and arch produce the Arch Linux. Other notable Linux distributions include OpenSuse, CentOS, Mint, Mandriva and Kali Linux formerly backtrack. In the text, we will focus on Fedora, Ubuntu and Arch Linux. Fedora started in 2002 as a spun off from an undergraduate project called Fedora Linux and is supported by the open-source community. Ubuntu is a fork of Debian... , that is on of the oldest Linux distributions available and is sponsored by Canonical. The features to look at in comparing the Linux distribution are stability, performance, software availability and installation, user...
Descartes and The Matrix to address a topic
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...deceived by their own senses into believing that the state of events in the world around them... Descartes and the Matrix The purpose of this paper is to engage Descartes’ theory (Meditations 2 and 3) and the movie ‘The Matrix’ under the topic that Rene Descartes posits the existence of a “malicious, powerful, cunning demon” in order to push his thought experiments to the extreme. In modern times, Descartes philosophy was well depicted in the film but in a somewhat different perspective. Thus, this paper hence aims to rewrite the above mentioned Descartes’ argument in terms of the film. The Matrix is a movie that is predominantly based on Descartes’ dream argument. It is about human beings being...
What kind of person is Hamlet?
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...deceiver who takes the help of deceptions and lies in order to find out the truth about the regicide. Ultimately he finds himself trapped in his own deception. But Hamlet’s deception cannot be viewed as a crime. Rather on Hamlet’s part it is more of a strategy... “Hamlet is Essentially the Victim of his own Deception A Critical Approach In Shakespeare’s play, “Hamlet” ‘deception’ is a dominant theme that also shapes the central character Hamlet. Shakespeare’s protagonist hates deception, and longs for truth about the murder of his father, as Ian Johnston says, “Hamlet cannot accept a world of deceit, compromise, and short-term power grabs” (2). Yet ironically Hamlet himself appears to be a skillful...
Descartes
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...deceiver who works to mislead him at every turn. The deceiver presents him with a challenge that almost cripples his project since the deceiver, when taken to the logical extreme, makes all but his own private thought possible to doubt. He has ideas about the world that seem certain, including his own existence and simple mathematics, but he must prove that such ideas have corresponding material realities in the world in order to prove knowledge possible. The use of demon deceiver suggests that the link between ideas and material reality may... Adrian Musiuk Josh Keton CORC 1210/ MW8 Topic Descartes eventually proposes that God’s necessary existence allows him to be free of doubt with respect to many...
Denial and deception
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...deceiving one into believing a story other than what is reality is denying him the reality. Deception According to (Caddell, 2004), deception is traditionally accepted as an integral component of political and military conflict. It is even a popularly accepted truth that a certain level of deception regularly occurs in all levels... DENIAL AND DECEPTION “All warfare is based upon deception.” —Sun Tzu, The Art of War Introduction In the moral structure of most civilizations, there is the aversion to falsehood and an admonition to always tell the truth. In fact, foremost 18th philosopher Immanuel Kant built his ethical preposition on the idea that any falsehood, even when justifiable because it is aimed...
Trend in Architecture in the Past
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...Arch, Dome, vault and Roof. In this paper the main discussion is about the structure and method of development of the above four construction in Greece, Egypt and Mesopotamia. Architecture in Egypt Egypt is well known for its diverse architectural style. Some of the key structures... Trend in Architecture in the Past Introduction: From ancient time architecture is being considered as the example of how developed and how advancedthe technology is. Among ancient civilization of the world Greece, Egypt and Mesopotamia were famous for their distinct architectural science and development. In this paper the main focus is on a detail discussion about four distinct structure of the ancient time, these are...
Philosophy- The Problem of Evil
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...deceiver and the source of all evil. While Descartes does not name Satan, Baal, Beelzebub or any other character out... The Problem of Evil While the existence of God has been accepted as philosophical and dogmatic proofby the majority of scholars working in the field of ethics, theology and religion, the same scholars give very different opinions when it comes to accepting evil. It would seem that the concept of God may be ethereal and unique to every individual yet there are more common factors in a definition of God across religions and cultures as compared to a definition of evil. Moreover, even the existence of evil leads to debate, since there are those who suggest that a benevolent and merciful...
The Use of Arched and Vaulted Forms in Architecture
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...arch has been shallow and not sufficient in detail. A subject of basic importance is to establish the time and circumstances of the launching of the arch to the world of the Greek. An archaeological inspection of the historical proof denotes that there are no instances of the factual arch in the world of the Greek which could be established with faith to a time sooner than the belatedly fourth century B.C. Just then a fresh kind of burial hollow was established in Macedonia, which was a tomb that was cask-vaulted. It could be established that Macedonian military authority... was current at every of the locations where the untimely instances of arched building occur. It is...
Discussion
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...Arch of Constantine, both of which are three-dimensional works of art. The Temple of Athena is built of cut stone and bearing masonry of Pentelic marble (Houston, McConnico, &  Garza, 2012), and was the first Ionic style building. The Arch of Constantine was made of reliefs and marble from monuments and buildings created in the times of Marcus Aurelius, Hadrian and Trajan, because the Arch had to be built in only 2 years, so, in order to save time, the architects used what they had at hand (Reznick, 2012). Both pieces are white and have columns and arches, and are decorated by sculptures. Similarly, they both... The two pieces of art to be discussed in this paper are the Temple of Athena and The Arch...
Constantine and Christianity: Imperial Support of the Christian Church
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...arch of Constantine and the Roman City scape”, on page 223 says that Constantine’s arch built between 313 to 315 was to celebrate the victory of Maxentius usurper which was Rome based. The arch’s iconography was striking as Marlowe on page 58, says that Constantine’s arch was not a building which comes to anyone’s mind as a likely propagon of a propitious virtue. This was because of the fact that Parthenon in Athens assembled columns from its previous incarnation. The Arch had a series of relationships which were striking both for their simplicity and their column height1. According... Constantine and Christianity: Imperial Support of the Christian Church Elizabeth Marlowe, “Framing the sun: The arch...
Philosophy class
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...deceiver? These are the questions that I shall systematically address throughout this essay. Let me begin with Descartes’ vision. Descartes had a vision, a plan to establish a unified physical science wherein all sciences would form into one systematic whole. This unified science was, for Descartes, a rationalistic one. For, it ought to be based on the methods and principles of mathematics. Why mathematics? For mathematics is the only reliable means for arriving at genuine knowledge of reality, i.e. truth. Indeed, truth was Descartes’ passion. He sought to find this truth even... ?Rene Descartes: From Skepticism to Epistemology Rene Descartes is famously bestowed as the father of modern philosophy. Why...
explicate descartes inference from sence exprience to the existence of material substance
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...deceiving God... Philosophy Essay Descartes’ Inference from Sense Experience to Existence of Material Substance Descartes is popular for his philosophical works based on principles and theories of a scientific method that did not exist. In fact, Descartes career began with Galileo scientific technique, which was rational because it was a proven methodology in philosophical studies. However, Descartes had other ideas about Galileo’s scientific with the main objective being to the development of advanced philosophy acceptable by Christians and in line with their beliefs and understandings (Cunning, 1). Significantly, for this to succeed, Descartes would mediate with aim of providing a sound basis for...
Consequences of deception in romantic relationships
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...deceiving the partner or “reserving the most serious lies for each other” (Cole, 2001, p.107). The reasons for deception may vary from a lack of reciprocal exchange of information, the need for intimacy, avoidance of punishment by the deceived partner, the individuals’ beliefs regarding their relationship’s attachment level, or because... ?Consequences of Deception in Romantic Relationships Introduction Romantic relationships are not necessarily based on complete truth between the couple. From white lies such as praising the partner as the best or the most good looking, there may be withholding of information by an individual from their partner, total avoidance of particular issues, even explicitly...
Architecture advancements
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...arch as practical architectural devices, and secondly, they constructed aqueducts from these arches. More so, they made cement so as to effectively use these architectural devices. This way, they were able to use these architectural devices in a useful and productive manner. Furthermore, Romans established many beautiful buildings for themselves. Architectural works had been part of the Roman Empire, but with time, Rome architects became more skilled and so, architect evolved to be a profession. This paper provides an explanation of some of the architectural achievement in Rome, noting... ? Architectural Achievements of Rome The architecture of ancient roman has formed a strong foundation for...
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...deceiver, would not permit Descartes to mistake that which he distinctly and clearly perceives. This argument heavily relies on earlier proof that Descartes had about the existence of the Almighty God. However, this proof cannot be perceived as containing an error according to Descartes unless he perceives that his distinct and clear perception... The Cartesian cycle: analysis of Loeb’s solution The Cartesian Cycle Cartesian cycle is allegedly a circular way of reasoning thatRene Descartes uses to show how whatever he alludes as “distinctly and clearly” is true. Rene puts it that distinct and clear perception is like a guarantor of truth. This is because the Almighty God, who is perceived as not a...
discussion type of stages
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...arch (proscenium arch) through which audience can see the performance. The audience faces the stage directly and can view one scene side. Proscenium stages visually allow a much more thrilling approach for creation of stage images. Their depths allow for perspectival effects, something impossible in other stage settings. The distance they allow between audience and actors deem them the best theatrical of spaces. The space left behind a proscenium is fashioned to be packed... Proscenium Theatre Setup Affiliation The proscenium stage Despite the proscenium stage being the most common type of a theatre stage for centuries now, I still prefer this setting than any other. Proscenium stages have a large arch...
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...Arch of Constantine. The Greek Temple Parthenon was completed in 432 BC while the Roman piece of intellect and art was made in 312 CE. Both of these are three dimensional, pieces of constructions. The decorations of both these buildings are done very beautifully. The earlier represents the best of Greek building art and the former represents the aesthetic sense of the Romans (Boardman, 1996). Looking at the Greek master piece, we can notice the use of Metopes, Frieze and Pediments. The walls of this building are light colored. This building was constructed to replace the temple of the goddess... ?Comparison of Greek and Roman Art For this comparison, I have chosen Greek Temple Parthenon, and Roman Arch...
Ara Pacis Auguste and Sarcophagus of Junius Bassus
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...Arch of Constantine and the Synagogue Wall Paintings from Dura-Europos, Syria, the Arch is an enormous arch in Rome near the Colosseum and was used to recognize the victory of Constantine I in the Battle of Milvian Bridge. The arch is actually comprised of three architectural arches with the largest one in the middle. The pieces... ?Your F. 24 April Art Comparisons When comparing the Ara Pacis Auguste and the Sarcophagus of Junius Bassus, the Ara PacisAuguste is a tribute to the return from Hispania and Gaul during the rule of Augustus in Rome. It is an alter that is thought to symbolize peace and depicts the members of the Senate as well as the high priest surrounded by his family. The altar is cast in...
History of Western Philosophy: Modern Period
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...deceiver... I. The Cartesian Circle The Cartesian Circle started out with the assumption that man is a thinking being I think, therefore, I am”), and given so, the process by which man is able to gain knowledge of the outside world is through infallible clear and distinct perception (not through the senses, which he rejected, but through pure intellect). Descartes’ philosophical deduction of what he supposed as the general rule of truth is that “whatever I perceive very clearly and distinctly is true” (7:35). Descartes then proceeded to use the causal principle in ascertaining the clear and distinct perception that the idea of God, the first of his two proofs, presented. He explained that the fact tha...
myth
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...deceiver” (as cited in Evans, 2010, p. 111). Zeus during his love affairs often used various tricks taking shapes of animals or turning into rain or turning into a particular man. Of course, Hermes was the major trickster as he used to play tricks since his birth. For example, he left his... Tricksters in Greek Mythology Many Greek gods are described as envious, vicious, cruel and quite negative personalities. It is possible to several gods that could be called tricksters. For example, such gods as Cronus, Zeus, Hermes and Prometheus can be regarded as some of the major tricksters in the Greek mythology. However, first, it is important to provide major characteristics of a trickster. These are...
marketing plan
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...Arch Deluxe is a hamburger that was sold in 1996 by McDonalds. The hamburger specifically targeted the adult population. Despite recording substantial volume of sales, the product was discontinued from the market. Some critics argue that the McDonald’s Arch Deluxe was forced out of the market as a result of intense completion from Carl’s Jr. This is because Carl’s Jr. was selling the same type of hamburgers but at half the price. Others offer that the accompaniments that were served... communication, and pricing. All these activities are facilitated through brainstorming with all the departments in the organization. Failure to consult will result to the release of uncompetitive products in...
the essay talk about the church York Minster, in York, that was build in late middle ages.
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...arch rise heavenward, and the walls, entrances, columns and doors are carved with biblical figures... Introduction The art style that is commonly referred to as Gothic style was started in the European continents during the middle ages. Gothic architecture was a style of building and the characteristics were presented in design. A majority of the world’s greatest and largest cathedrals and churches were constructed using the Gothic style especially between the twelfth and sixteenth centuries. Gothic cathedrals and churches have similar characteristics, and they are; Gothic churches are tall. The sun rays penetrate through high stained glass windows and shine on the marble floors and wood. The church’s...
Business and Economic Forecasting
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...ARCH and the GARSH model developed by Engel 1982 and Bollerslev (1986) that are appropriate in modeling financial data. In choosing which model that is appropriate an analysis of the returns relatively probability distribution, peakness, skewness of probability distribution and kurtosis is undertaken. The appropriate model is estimated and a one to four step... are not biased Estimators no longer have minimum variance therefore are not efficient The estimated variance of the estimators is biased because the formula to estimate them could over state or under state the true variance The hypothesis test of the significance is unreliable given that the estimated variance is biased. As a result...
Hamlet is Essentially the Victim of his own Deception: A Critical Approach
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...deceived deceiver who commits crimes one after another under his aggrandized self as a justified avenger. If the supernatural presence of the king’s ghost is expunged... “Hamlet is Essentially the Victim of his own Deception A Critical Approach ‘Deception’ is one of the dominant themes, in Shakespeare’s play, “Hamlet”, that serve as the baseline of the plot of the drama, while shaping its central character. Hamlet despises deception, and craves for truth and honesty more than most other characters do in the play. Ironically Hamlet himself resorts to deceptions and lies in order to discover the truth about the regicide, and, in the long run, he himself is ensnared in his own lie and deception. But...
Worldcultures
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...arch is a perfect example, which is a structure made using a mixture of the bricks, stone, and concrete. The arch was meant to give strength to or support buildings. The arches were mainly blocks, which are wedge-shaped and were to be supported using wooden materials during... Influence of Ancient Rome on Architecture Historians, architects, lawyers, and anthropologist agree that the society we live in today have significantly been influenced by the ancient Rome. This is because their influence can be felt from the establishment of liberal governments, literature, development of laws, and architecture. Their influence is also alleged to have led to the spread of Christianity all over the world1. The...
Representing (Repressed) Homosexuality in the Pre-Stonewall Hollywood Homo-Military Film
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...deceiver, Damn the Defiant, Billy Buddy and the Strange Ones. All these moves contain scenes that imply homosexual actions without actually talking about homosexuality (Sconce, 73... ?Representing (Repressed) Homosexuality in the Pre-Stonewall Hollywood Homo-Military Film s Introduction The gay community has not always enjoyed the rights that they enjoy today. As a matter of fact, in the 1950s, the topic of homosexuality was discussed in repressed tones. Homosexuality was strictly prohibited in the military forces and those people caught in homosexual acts or suspected of the same would be removed from the force. Homosexuality in the military forces became an interesting area of discussion considering...
Analyze and evaluate
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...deceiving him. Evidently, the two queries differ in the sense that one ought to be responded to by virtue of proving the existence of God while the second... First, analyze and evaluate the two proofs of God’s existence. How are they different? Is one more convincing than the other? Why did Descartes think he needed two proofs? Do they do different work for him? Through Meditation III, Descartes brings across two essential inquiries for which the two proofs of God’s existence make exact correspondence. First, he expresses the aim of determining whether or not God exists and if this prior requisite were satisfied, then the philosopher may proceed to query on whether or not the same God is capable of...
buildings on the roman forum or the imperial forum
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...Arch of Titus is located in Sacra in Rome, between two hills. It is directionally to the far south eastern side relative to the Roman Forum. It was constructed at around 82 AD by Domitian, the emperor of that time as a sign of respect to his departed brother Titus, for his victories in numerous war fares for his country around 70 AD. It has numerous aesthetic sculpture depictions on its surface. This is one of the standing Roman arches. The Arch of Titus portends a height of approximately 15.4 meters and rises erectile in the air. It has characteristic width of 13.5 meters from one end to the other (Aicher 146). It also portends... Task: Buildings on the Roman Forum The imperial forum is a rectangular...
unit 7 discussion
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...deceiver, thus coming full circle from the philosopher’s initial doubt regarding the existence of the world and all things in it (Kenny 1968). The conclusion drawn by Descartes that the world must exist as a fact, a reality, is based on the establishing the existence of God. However, this is seen by SEP (2006) as a medieval reliance on a traditional... Unit 7 Discussion: Impressions on Descartes’ Meditations The highly respected French philosopher Rene Descartes (1596-1650) “tried to establish principles of absolute certainty using the methods of mathematics” (Cohn-Sherbok 1998). His famous principle “cogito ergo sum” meaning “I think, therefore I am” in his Meditations, which he derives initially...
Discourse On Method and Meditations On First Philosophy
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...deceiver, nature bestows all sensation on people (Descartes, Weissman & Bluhm, 1996). Works Cited Descartes, R., Weissman, D., & Bluhm, W. T. (1996). Discourse on the method: And, Meditations on first philosophy. New Haven: Yale University Press.... Dis On Method and Meditations on First Philosophy The existence of the material world was a common idea of Plato, Descartes, medieval thinkers and Aristotle. Descartes had a mathematical view of the world. He had a Pythagorean mystical alignment to mathematics. He ended up putting an absolute focus to mathematics. He firmly believed in deductive reasoning and facts contributing much to metaphysics and epistemology. Material things exist since Descartes...
MC DONALDS ADVENTURE IN THE HOTEL INDUSTRY
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...Arch should be the catering section. They have only McDonald’s restaurant and that does not serve all types of food. It basically deals with snacks items and that can not satisfy the requirement of the delegates and customers always. Therefore, it can be suggested that they need to expand catering section may be with a separate restaurant. Apart from that the hotel authority should enhance their service also and for the purpose, there should be proper training module in place for the employees. Branding Strategy The brand name might be changed but as the hotel was under the umbrella of McDonalds, therefore it is quite expected that the brand image will be the same... Mc Donalds Adventure in the Hotel...
Ethics Case Study
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...deceiver and the deceived. It is asserted that deceit is a powerful force in making people act contrary... to their will. They assert that lying normally increases the feeling of power in the person who has been lied to while making the person who was deceived feel helpless. Deception leads astray the person who has been deceived by constricting their options or by making them lose faith in choices made. Deception is compared to violence as they both are said to have the same effects and occur as a result of similar circumstances3. Key Ideas for Support People who have been deceived usually become resentful, and disappointed in the people who...
"Meditation on First Philosophy", by Rene Descartes http://classicallibrary.org/descartes/meditations/
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...deceiver. To help prove this, Descartes explains how God could not possibly deceive someone... Meditation on First Philosophy by Rene Descartes I agree with Descartes’ reasoning behind the existence of God. To help prove his argument, Descartes tries to understand where the idea of God originally came from. In his third meditation, Descartes states that ideas come from three different sources: innate ideas, adventitious ideas, and invented ideas. Innate ideas are naturally within us; adventitious ideas are derived from our own personal experiences; and invented ideas are linked directly to our imaginations. Our idea of God comes from any one of these three sources. In continuing his thoughts further,...
Athens Olympic stadium
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...arches and white color. Refurbishment involved the construction of an arched roof to cover 95 % of the seating of the concrete bowl of the stadium. In the following pages how the stadium's renovation turned out an enormous technical challenge and became a milestone... for the city will be described. The immense size of the project and its particular technical complexity were the causes for long delays; the work was finally completed in time and the new captivating stadium was officially reopened on July 30, 2004 (O.A.K.A. 2005). The Athens Olympic stadium roof in the form of a double bowstring tied arch of 80 m high is considered one of the most ingenious modern architectural...
Lies and Deceit of Hamlet
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...deceived deceiver who commits crimes one after another under his aggrandized self as a justified avenger. If the supernatural presence of the king’s ghost is expunged... “Hamlet is Essentially the Victim of his own Deception A Critical Approach ‘Deception’ is one of the dominant themes, inShakespeare’s play, “Hamlet”, that serve as the baseline of the plot of the drama, while shaping its central character. Hamlet despises deception, and craves for truth and honesty more than most other characters do in the play. Ironically Hamlet himself resorts to deceptions and lies in order to discover the truth about the regicide, and, in the long run, he himself is ensnared in his own lie and deception. But...
Sarbanes-Oxley Act Article Analysis
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...Arch Reinsurance being a publicly held company needs to follow the act. The IT manager for Arch Reinsurance considers automation to be a successful approach towards compliance of SOX. The company hires limited staff and resources and to cover it up, proper internal controls are to be managed by the company by automating control procedures at the company. Like many other companies, Arch Reinsurance Ltd have also spent a hefty amount on SOX related compliance proposal. According to the IT manager of Arch Reinsurance Ltd, it would have been really difficult for the company to sustain SOX compliance if automation was not followed, for him; the vital area... With the collapse of many huge organizations such...
advanced applied quantitative methods in finance
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...ARCH and GARCH models This essay is divided into two parts. Part one regards to the use of ARCH and GARCH models and their applications in finance studies. Part two on the other hand concerns the estimation of models of determinants of banks’ profitability by using pooled OLS (POLS) and panel data analysis. ARCH and GARCH Models These models are important in the estimation of time-varying volatility. Time varying volatility refers to fluctuations or variations in volatility over time. Financial instruments and other stocks exhibit periods of low and high volatility at different points in time. Thus in this part, we... are not concerned with stationary time series but rather we are concerned...
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...deceiver supremely powerful ad cunning, whose aim is to see that I am always deceived”. (Descartes, 1641, p.137) This goes to show the authors belief that the Evil Demon exists. Would Descartes think that his having an idea of the Evil Demon proves that the Evil Demon exists?  Descartes states that the Evil Demon exists, as the deceiver, as a sublime thought in a human mind to constantly question the existence of one self, about the realism of one’s physical structure (i.e., eyes, hands, legs, head etc) and natural habitat like land, water, air, wind, earth etc. The Evil Demon exists as a force that tries to disprove that he exists. The author concludes by saying that, thus having fully... of institute...
Descartes and Certainty
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...deceiver. In many of his musings, Descartes bumps into skepticism but rejected it right away. At length, Descartes goes about his uncertainties and contradicts them to be able to get to his desired answer. He talks about intuition of the mind arguing that objects and bodies should be perceived not by the senses or imagination but by the intellect alone. Meditation III reveals Descartes advancing in his method of finding truth by forming a basis of certainty - the clear... Descartes "Cogito ergo sum." This was Rene Descartes' first attempt at understanding life, the universe and everything by the use of logic alone. A great mathematician and philosopher, Descartes' writings revealed his expertise in...
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