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...Dialectical Argument: Free-of-Charge Free and Open Source Software My friend Anna and I got into a friendly argument last week. The argument started when I told her that I was trying to shift into using Ubuntu. Ubuntu is a linux-based computer operating system, belonging to the free and open-source software (FOSS) family. Its widely-used proprietary counterpart is Microsoft Windows. I also shared that I was able to try out other free and open source programs that are available via Ubuntu such as the Gimp Image Editor, a photo-editing software that is similar in function to the more popular Adobe Photoshop, and the Korganizer, a calendar and personal planner... [Insert [Insert [Insert Dialectical...
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Dialectical Behaviour Therapy
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...Dialectical Behaviour Therapy Even though there are many treatment options for treating psychological disorders, none of them found to be 100% effective. Psychotherapy or cognitive behaviour therapy has its own limitations in treating people with chronic mental problems. Dialectical Behavioural Therapy (DBT) was evolved during the late 1970’s by combining cognitive behavioural therapy with Buddhist meditation practice and Eastern meditation practice. Dialectical behavioural therapy believes that the thoughts of a person is controlled by two opposing forces; one towards the negative direction and the other towards the positive direction. When these opposite forces are balancing each other... ...
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Dialectical Discourse Journal
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...Dialectical Journal Economics involves the study of people and entities’ activities in managing scarce resources to accrue profits, advantages and interests. In economic discourse communities, economists are essential players in the sense that their contributions to the field of economics is used to examine, evaluate and formulate solutions and hypotheses regarding economic phenomena. Economists are people who study, apply and develop concepts, theories and formulas that can be applied to economics. There are a couple of notable and world renowned economists who have made immense contributions to the field of economics through the development of theories that have helped solve and further... Economics...
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Dialectical Journal - The Importance of Being Earnest by Oscar Wilde
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...Dialectical Journal Text from Book Analysis Gwendolen: ….quite, quite… Pg. 30 Device: Repetition ‘Quite Blue’ would have served to express the color that characterizes Jack’s eyes, but Gwendolen repeats quite to project how different and outstanding they are. The aspect stresses the intensity of the blue color. 2. Lady Bracknell: ….either everything… Pg. 32 Device: Alliteration The sequence of the words either and everything would seem much of a coincidence in Lady Bracknell’s sentiment. However, they inject a poetic sense in her speech, and makes it superfluous. 3. Jack: In a hand bag. Pgs. 36 and 37. Device: Paradox At the mention of the paradox, the reader, just like...
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Five Year Dialectical Behavioral Therapy Follow Up With Borderline Personality Disorder
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...Dialectical Behavioral Therapy Follow Up With Borderline Personality Disorder The research proposal broad objective will be to prove the effectiveness of a five-year dialectical therapy follow up with Borderline Personality Disorder. A growing number of people in the United States have notably been diagnosed with BPD. This raises deep concerns regarding appropriate therapies that will be effective and affordable to the public. In collecting the relevant information, various peer-reviewed sources will be used. Moreover, a considerable proportion of the patients themselves will also be interviewed as well as their families, relatives, or the people with whom the patients... ? Research Proposal Five Year...
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Dialectical Shifts Writing Assignment
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... Assignment, English Topic: Lily Allen: "Our Time" Our Era It’s 2 am so whyd you stopped the music It’s two past twelve, please continue with the melody I’m still swaying like I was on a cruise ship I’ am oscillating like ship on a voyage Til the world straight out on my mouth My vocal chords fail to describe the feelings in my inner world Come on everybody back to my house Rush back and reach the portals of my joyous abode Take my hand now, you’re coming over Hold my hands at once; you have no other choice It doesn’t matter you can sleep on my sofa Be comfortable on my couch, I’ll take care of your needs Bring some fracs and brings some Rizlas Get a few fracs and own... Assignment,...
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1)The differences in Kant's transcendental idealism and Hegels absolute idealism, 2)Hegels dialectical philosophy, 3)Kierkegaard and Marx's relationships to Hegel's thought
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...dialectical rationale. This approach of philosophy would illustrate the means by which all immeasurable things mirror within themselves the basic yet inconsistent identity-in-variation of existing... Introduction to Philosophy Difference between Kant’s transcendental idealism and Hegel’s absolute idealism? Hegel’s absolute idealism required an individual to theoretically summon up the past forms of philosophy that guide towards it. His absolute idealism could only be understood through arbitrary thoughts and beliefs of existence and philosophy in the contemporary society and politics. As a result, Hegel believed that the past forms of philosophy do not simply, arbitrarily and unintentionally guide...
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Critically discuss the centrality of anthropology to colonial domination of africa through the lens of a positivists and imperialist approach to domination, rather than a critical and dialectical
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...dialectical system, Governed by logic of global capitalism. Anthropology, etymologically, means the study of man. Imperialism refers to the rule of a country over another by taking over the political, cultural and economic life of the subordinate country. It has been argued that colonial domination has a significant role in the centrality of anthropology in Africa. Imperialism and colonialism have been used interchangeably in defining the relationship between Africa... . It also highlights the impact of colonialism in Africa. The capitalist illustrates the exploitation of resources that the Imperialistic powers did in Africa. The missionary and the anthropologist delineates the fact that...
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Dialectical Argument : What is the right family size, 2 or more kids
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...?Tien Du Philosophy 115 Thursday, April 11, What is the right family size, 2 or more kids? To my dear wife, We have been together for almost ten years and it is only now that we have come to a disagreement regarding a very important matter in our lives. We both agreed to have three or four children and I thought it has already been settled. But now after having our second child, you have changed your mind and do not want to have another baby. I must admit I am very disappointed not only because I want more children but also because we have two girls and I want us to have a baby boy. In this regard, I want you to read and think about my thoughts on it, and hopefully we can have... Du Philosophy 115...
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Dialectical Argument : What is the right family size, 2 or more kids
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...Tien Du Philosophy 115 Thursday, April 11, What is the right family size, 2 or more kids? To my dear wife, We have been together for almost ten years and it is only now that we have come to a disagreement regarding a very important matter in our lives. We both agreed to have three or four children and I thought it has already been settled. But now after having our second child, you have changed your mind and do not want to have another baby. I must admit I am very disappointed not only because I want more children but also because we have two girls and I want us to have a baby boy. In this regard, I want you to read and think about my thoughts on it, and hopefully we can have... Du Philosophy 115...
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Idealism Philosophy Using the dialectic as an instructional method
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...Dialectic is an exchange of propositions (theses) and counter-propositions (antitheses) resulting in a synthesis of the opposing assertions, or at least a qualitative transformation in the direction of the dialogue. It is one of the three original liberal arts or trivium (the other members are rhetoric and grammar) in Western culture. In ancient and medieval times, both rhetoric and dialectic were understood to aim at being persuasive (through dialogue). The aim of the dialectical method, often known as dialectic or dialectics, is to try to resolve the disagreement through rational discussion. One way - the Socratic method - is to show that a given hypothesis (with other admissions... Broadly defined,...
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Marx
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...Dialectical Process Having found his inspiration in Hegel, to whomthe notion of the dialectical process is credited, Marx basically incorporated the former’s ideas to fit into his materialistic scheme of reality, in effect, ending up with a hybrid philosophy, thus, the resultant Marxist dialectical materialism. Hegel’s dialectic constructs, though, were built on an idealistic foundation of the human state of mind; that is, humanity’s evolutionary advancements has been to the very best been driven by the conflicting ideas of the mind, that often times results into new ideas. Like Hegel, therefore, Marx dialectical materialism perceives human progress as an upward spiral... Due Marxist Philosophy: The...
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Aristotle
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...dialectical argument is either a syllogism or an epagoge (Topics I 12). By 'a dialectical argument' let us mean, as Aristotle does, any argument put forward in conversation, proceeding on premisses admitted by the other party, and not requiring any special knowledge. It follows that every Socratic elenchus is a dialectical argument. By a 'syllogism' let us not mean, in the narrow modern sense, an argument depending on our insight into the relation of class-inclusion; but, to translate Aristotle's own words, any 'argument in which, after certain propositions have been assumed, there necessarily results a proposition other than the assumptions because... Epagoge is Greek for argument from induction. .......
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Child developmental styles
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...dialectical method we can understand and view language learning from the objective and subjective side. By understanding Vitaly's observations we can command a greater understanding of Hegel and Marx's definitions of the dialectical method. In his article, Andy Blunden agrees with Vygotsky and adds that a study of these methods will assist us greatly in understanding the significance of the dialectical method. By connecting the science of this method with real-world application, we can understand the complicated process of learning and knowledge acquisition. I... ? According to Vygotsky, culture contributes immensely to a child's intellectual and language development. Vygotsky explains that through the...
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Interpersonal Communication
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...Dialectics Theory, and Self Disclosure and Social Penetration Theory. The purpose of this paper is to evaluate and determine theories of interpersonal communications relate to one another and their effectiveness in evaluating and explaining interpersonal communication. One of the theories in understanding people’s behaviors is the social exchange theory (SET). The theory involves a number of interactions that lead to obligations to a second party in cases where there is interdependent interaction and contingent on the actions of the other party (Beebe & Redmond, 2010). An impotent tenet in SET is that relationships have to take time to evolve into loyal, trusting and...
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Unit 2 Part 2
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...dialectical management. Management Accounting Research. ... Process and Strategic Management Affiliation Controlling and strategic planning The controlling function of management entails four steps. First, the manager does establish the necessary standards that should be maintained. Standards do act as a measure mechanisms against which one does achieve the goals. The entire standards are calculated with reference to the outputs. Standards may exist in the form of time, costs and expenditures, incomes, productivity and profitability. Secondly, the next step involves performance measurement. The step entails doing a comparison between what has been accomplished and the initial intended goals. Several...
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Phonetics
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...dialect that is conserving the original pronunciations having /e/ and /o/ as the only diphthongs. The other dialects within Arabic have been tainted with dialectical speeches and do not preserve this original articulation but contain the aforementioned diphthongs. English has eight diphthongs divided into two; centering and closing diphthongs. Centering diphthongs end with a glide -/ɪə/ towards /ə/, the central vowel. At the beginning of the glide, the tongue position is at /I/ and moves towards /ə/ as found in ‘beer’. Other centering diphthongs are -/ʊə/ and -/ eə/ as found in ‘sure’ and ‘chair’ respectively. The closing diphthongs end with a slither... Phonetics assignment Literature review In all...
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Group therapy orination
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...Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), for patients diagnosed with Borderline Personality Disorder. In the beginning, it appeared to be quite effective and it was adapted to many other type of diagnosis. This writer will look at how effective this therapy turned out to be over the long term as well as the effectiveness of several other new innovations in group therapy. Behavioral Therapy Behavior therapy in groups can be recognized by its emphasis on specifying problems and goals in concrete behavioral terms and in using principles of learning to facilitate behavioral change... Behavior Therapy in Groups Group Therapy Over 50 Years Old Group psychotherapies include psychoanalytic,...
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Introduction to Philosophy
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...dialectical rationale. This approach of philosophy would illustrate the means by which all immeasurable things mirror within themselves the basic yet inconsistent identity-in-variation of existing... Introduction to Philosophy Difference between Kant’s transcendental idealism and Hegel’s absolute idealism? Hegel’s absolute idealism required an individual to theoretically summon up the past forms of philosophy that guide towards it. His absolute idealism could only be understood through arbitrary thoughts and beliefs of existence and philosophy in the contemporary society and politics. As a result, Hegel believed that the past forms of philosophy do not simply, arbitrarily and unintentionally guide...
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Help My Addiction
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...dialectical behavior therapy (DBT), and Cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), as well as the acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT). Other therapies for body and mind rehabilitation include yoga, music therapies, mindfulness, health education, and fitness programs, among others, After treatment, the overall addiction plan concludes with a follow-up, which may involve consultations with referring providers, a detailed aftercare planning, and family education and support. I chose this center because I believe... The McLean Hospital The McLean Hospital at Fernside is an affiliate of Harvard Medical School, and is located in Princeton, Massachusetts. This center serves adult men and women who are above 18...
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Communication and Relational Dynamics
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...dialectical tensions that include openness... Communication and Relational Dynamics al Affiliation Communication and Relational Dynamics Anyone who is in a committed relationship understands what relational maintenance. Some people may find it difficult while others can manage it. I always have difficult moments with my coworker. Being an attractive, hard working person in my career is what brings some conflict between me and my coworker. The unsatisfying thing I find out of this relationship is that my coworker likes to be in charge and dominating at all times. Whatever I have always admired to happen is less control from her. The chapter of communication and relational dynamics is one of my best lesson...
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Borderline Personality Disorder: Social Aspect
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...dialectical behavior therapy (DBT). It was developed by Marsha Linehan (Carson, Butcher, and Mineka 1998). Basing her therapy on the belief that borderlines suffer from an inability to react to stress with anything... Borderline Personality Disorder It is estimated that about two percent of the population of the United s - almost 6 million people - suffer fromBorderline Personality Disorder (BPD) (Roth and Freidman 2003). Disproportionately, sufferers of BPD represent eight percent of the outpatient treatment cases in clinical settings and 15 percent of all patients seeking inpatient clinical treatment (Carson, Butcher, and Mineka 1998). An overwhelming 75 percent of BPD diagnoses are given to women...
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Always a Bridesmaid
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...Dialectics. The theory of Relational Dialectics is that of intimate communication taking place in close relationships. Baxter and Montgomery developed this theory in the late 1980's and the early 1990's. The dialectical perspective is that the partners are constantly adjusting to the presence of oppositional, relational forces (Montgomery, 1993). There are many different aspects of this theory such as the push-me-pull-you dialectics of close relationships. This is basically the idea... Always a Bridesmaid One of the most personal documentaries around, Always a Bridesmaid tells of the life experience of one who is unable to receive a marriage commitment from her boyfriend. While they are both very much in ...
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Genre Paper
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...dialectical approach, _existing conditions themselves_ contain the basis for a critical perspective. For the existing social order is not simple and static it contains tensions and conflicts. It includes negative as well as positive aspects: tendencies which oppose and negate it, as well as forces supporting and sustaining it. That is to say, negative and critical' tendencies are _in the world_. Critical ideas do not have to be brought from outside by a free critical consciousness... The drive towards evidence-based practice is part of a modern reflective and caring service. However there is a paradox at the heart of the notion ofevidence-based care. In order to perform any systemized examination of ...
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Hegel/kant
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...Dialectical Materialism Marx... and Number of the Teacher’s Modern Political Theory HEGEL AND MARX Introduction The works of the Prussian philosopher G.W. Hegel (1770-1831) and the German philosopher Karl Marx (1818-1883) present views of philosophy, history, and political society that contrast with the British empirical tradition. The ideas developed by Hegel and Marx present a new method for studying politics that challenged many of the assumptions from the philosophers of the early modern period. Thesis Statement: The purpose of this paper is to address the ideas and methods of Hegel and Marx associated with German Idealism. Discussion Hegel and Marx: The Study of Politics and Economics; D...
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...dialect of materialism can be used to explain human behaviours and the constant change of economic set up. The theory of production can explains the realities... Mode of production People out of their needs have to produce in order to consume. Therefore, as we think how to satisfy our needs we confirm Marx’s argument on the theory of production. The capitalist society is born out of mass production and consumption. Products are produced in bulks taking advantage of economies of scale and ensuring that producers maximize on profit. Alienation I agree with Marx because workers are involved in every part of the production process. Therefore, the return of labour should enable the labourer to afford to buy ...
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Leadership and nursing care management
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...dialectical inquiry, and the Delphi technique. Brainstorming requires that group members raise... ? Decision making in Hospitals Decision Making in Hospitals Introduction Hospitals constantly need to hire the services of doctors, nurses, or other hospital personnel with the aim of delivering quality health services to the patients. Health care is a highly sensitive and significant part of the community, therefore, hospital personnel need to highly skilled and knowledgeable. It is important to take hiring decisions seriously in order to ensure the choices made are aligned with effective service delivery and the management of the hospital (Mackoff, 2011). In this event, the hospital needs to employ seven...
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Discuss the history of one film teqnique for example montage, closeups, sound give the argument of three different thinkers on the subject using at leat three
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...dialectical medium of creating and conveying meaning. He was merely the first one to develop a system of editing that was not concerned with continuity system's rule and technicalities. He called his own montage as "Intellectual Montage". Intellectual Montage Editing. Sergei Eisenstein believed that editing was the foundation of the art of film. He called his editing as dialectical montage as it aimed to expose the essentials of existence of the matter viewed from its political standpoint (Thompson 2002... apparent to his previous works. Pudovkin, like Eisenstein was a student of Kuleshov. They were contemporaries at the same time rivals for the development of the Kuleshov Effect or...
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Emotion regulation techniques and preventing the occurence of self-harming behaviors
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...dialectical behavior therapy (DBT), Psychodynamic treatments, pharmacotherapy... ? Emotion regulation techniques and preventing the occurrence of self-harming behaviors Emotions can hurt us and also it can help us in manyways. Uncontrolled emotional outbursts can result in severe self damages and damages to others. There are many cases, in which people engage in self harming behaviors as a result of their lack of abilities in controlling their emotions. Emotion regulation is necessary for every human to conduct a healthy and peaceful life. In order to control the unhealthy emotions, the reasons which motivate us for a particular harmful emotion should be controlled. Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT),...
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Communication 207- Literature Review Assignment , Relational dialects
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...Dialectics Theory Introduction Relational dialectics present opposing or contradictory forces that are experienced by people in inter-personal relationships (Prentice, 2009). Such opposing or contradictory forces include the need for independence and interdependence, open sharing and privacy, and change and stability (Prentice, 2009). The theory holds relationships seem to be in a constant state of flux as inherent contradictions emerge through discourse (Prentice, 2009). According to Prentice (2009), the opposing forces in a relationship are always fluctuating to some extent as the relational partners experience change and growth both internally and externally... Literature review on Relational...
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Culture competent care in nursing
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...dialectical jargons can be essential in understanding and meeting the needs of Aboriginal people. Besides learning the language, nurses should take a keen interest in the health-related cultural practices of Aboriginal people. For instance, Aborigines have some beliefs regarding the treatment of men by women (Leever, 2011). The men prefer to be managed by fellow men and not women. Another important aspect of Aboriginal culture is respect, and nurses should understand this in order to minimize the difficulties faced when taking care... Culture Competent Care in Nursing Culture Competent Care in Nursing Aborigines have a special culture that can be difficult for outsiders to understand and work around....
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Analysis of General Theories of History
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...dialectical materialism. Hegel argued that in itself history represented a constant process of dialectical clashes that have been present throughout its structure and course. In line... ?Analysis of general theories of history Theory of history can be viewed as science of history that tends to not only document historical events but to inquire into the driving forces that caused these events. It explains how and why society evolved from the Stone Age into modern day world; and predicts its implications for the future along scientific reasoning. As society advances, social structures tend to change and sometimes these changes are drastic enough to be in conflict with old norms and values. This creates...
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China
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...dialectical nature of things (Hansen, 2000). Therefore, Laozi emphasized on the fact that emptiness or nothingness is not emptiness or nothingness, but complements certain objects. Zhuangzi further emphasized on the issue of dialectic ism that was recognized by Laozi. He recognizes the nature as a movement, which has a different phenomenon in the world that is derived from and manifestations of nature (Hansen, 2000). In addition, Zhuangzi can be described as a renowned philosopher who praised human ambition, as well as imagination, which facilitated everyday thinking in order to understand how things interact in nature. Zhuangzi influenced the development...
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Adult Development Analysis
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...dialectical thinking. Dialectical thinking is shown, by reasoning and discussion, to create a meaning of the complexities and contradictions adults has to deal continually with them. It holds that dialectical sense thinking enables acceptance of alternative ways... ADULT DEVELOPMENT ANALYSIS Cognitive development theory Cognitive development refers to changing of thinking patternsover time (Dunkel & Sefcek, n.d). Jean Piaget came up with four stages in cognitive development, which are related to age. The theories focus in childhood, but they have had considerable influence on further research conducted on adult theories. There are two perspectives in adult cognitive development. These are contextual and...
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The Impact of Marxism on Western Civilization
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...dialectical materialism, a theory share by Engels, Marx believed that everything in the universe revolves around materialism, and that the defined boundaries of encroachment are just but man-made concepts that are nonexistent in the Absolute state of nature (Shimp 37). Marx argues that there can be no freedom for the great mass of the working class as long as economic control [the vast resources] remains in the hands of the few political favorites; an unpalatable argument to the liberals who support the right to hold economic... The Impact of Marxism on Western Civilization Karl Marx (1818-1883), a revolutionary German philosopher, was one of the most important thinkers critical of the western...
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Cognitive development theory
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...dialectical thinking. Dialectical thinking is shown, by reasoning and discussion, to create a meaning of the complexities and contradictions adults has to deal continually with them. It holds that dialectical sense thinking enables acceptance of alternative... ? ADULT DEVELOPMENT ANALYSIS Cognitive development theory Cognitive development refers to changing of thinking patterns over time (Dunkel & Sefcek, n.d). Jean Piaget came up with four stages in cognitive development, which are related to age. The theories focus in childhood, but they have had considerable influence on further research conducted on adult theories. There are two perspectives in adult cognitive development. These are contextual and...
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The influence of German Philosophy and English Political Economy in Marx's Economic and Philosphical Manuscripts (1844)
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...Dialectical materialism expounds on the conducts and presentation of things according to the way they develop and organize. It also entails conceptualizing evolution of the natural world and the emergence of new qualities at stages of evolution, and governed by laws of evolution and development that reflect matter and phenomenon on motion as a whole. Friedrich Hegel was a major figure in German idealism with historicism account of reality with which he developed a philosophical framework that accounted for integrated and developmental way of for the relation of mind and nature, the subject and object of knowledge, psychology, religion history and philosophy (Barbour, 2012). His major... ?Introduction...
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Philosophers Analysis (Compare/ Contrast)
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...dialectical discussion. Basically, it states that if you know what you are looking for, then inquiry is unnecessary and if you don't know what you're looking for, inquiry is impossible... 0 Pope John Paul II: Philosophy and Theology According to Pope John Paul II, Philosophy aims to discover the truth but should not be limited to academic circle and discussion by university professors. The Philosopher Pope emphasizes that while debates of professional philosophers are indeed noteworthy, all people are capable of conducting philosophical enquiry at some stage in their lives. Indeed, all of us do ask at some point in our life the meaning, purpose and direction of life and whether there is indeed a God. If ...
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Interpersonal Communication
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...dialectical theories that describe cultural dynamics; and the new age communication that is greatly facilitated by advancing technology. These are important indicators of evolving times and significantly reveal the compulsions of transforming values... The article, ‘Interpersonal Communication: Theoretical Perspectives, Future Prospects’ by Charles R. Berger is highly relevant to understand the dynamics of interpersonal communication in the fast changing socio-economic and political equation. On the basis of theoretical constructs on the modalities and models of social interaction within the societies, Berger tries to seek and predict a defined structure that can successfully decipher the need for...
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The role of cell phone usage in the dialectic of autonomy vs connection within young adult romantic relationships
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...dialectic of autonomy versus connection.’ Analysis of the introduction and overview of previous research The study’s purpose is to explore and add to existing knowledge through... examination of “the role of cell phone usage in the dialectic of autonomy versus connection within young adult romantic relationships” (Duran, Kelly and Rotaru, 2011, p. 20). The statement of purpose is therefore clear and is expressly stated. The author’s offers many justifications for undertaking the study and one of the justifications is existence of information gap on the subtopic that remains unexplored within the wider topic of mobile phones usability. Background information into the study...
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Participative budgeting
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...dialectical relationship of the state and civil society In Brazil, the state and civil society have always been much more intertwined that the liberal conceptualization. Capitalism was implemented in Brazil by the Portuguese patrimonial state with loyal court... Running head: participative budgeting 6th July The people’s budget? Politics, participation andpro-poor policy Participation is a central element of democracy and increasingly citizen participation in economic policy is advocated as a way of making government spending more pro-poor. The cases of pro-poor spending, whether or not they involved participatory budgeting, pro-poor strong democratic and ideologically left –of- center political parties ...
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Criminal Theory
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...dialectical contradiction is inherent in the capitalist mode of production. Further, research argues that the fundamental contradiction of capitalism emanates from the effects of dialectical contradiction. Finally, the contradiction of production... Criminal theory Criminology is a result from certain offensive acts in the society where theorists have made distinct arguments towards the scene. Robert Merton argues that the main source of variations in the society which endorse people to engage criminal acts entail cultural disintegration contrary to biological factors as argued by scientists. Robert states that the deserve for wealth has highly been embraced in many states for instance Americans have...
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Relationship Analysis
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...dialectic theory and uncertainty reduction theory. The paper has four parts apart from the introduction: First, the discussion of the movie, then the discussion of dialectic theory in relation to the movie, then the discussion of uncertainty reduction theory in relation to the movie, followed by the conclusion. When Harry Met Sally... ? Relationship Analysis: When Harry Met Sally Your School Department, This paper is a partial fulfillment for the subject ________, under Professor ________. Relationship Analysis: When Harry Met Sally Introduction This paper seeks to review how the characters in the movie, When Harry Met Sally, follow the steps in developing and maintaining a romantic relationship using...
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Assignment from the book understanding human communication
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...dialectic tensions operating in our relationship are of two types. Both of us do not want to forfeit our individualities. My own behavior shows a conflicting wish for staying connected as well as being independent. The other dialect tension encircling our relation is “openness vs. privacy”. As disclosure is one of the essentials of interpersonal relationships, but keeping a space between ourselves and others is also necessary. This leads to the creation of openness vs. privacy dilemma. Strategies for Managing Dialectical Tensions In order to manage our dialectical tensions... [Supervisor Journalism, mass media and communication Chapter 6 Assignment The teacher to the letter ‘’s ‘’ on the board each time ...
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Short essay philosophy
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...dialectical dialogue as a method of philosophical inquiry. An inhabitant of ancient Greece, Socrates’ philosophy is found in the works of his disciples Plato and Xenophon. He believed in the ability of man to do good. His philosophy entailed... Major Philosophers of the World There have been a lot of philosophers whose thoughts have influenced the world and the thinking of men in later ages. None however, have been as influential as Socrates, the Buddha, Descartes and Elizabeth of the Bohemia. This paper shall look into the philosophies of these thinkers and the features of the age in which they lived. Socrates is one of the most important thinkers in the history of philosophy. He pioneered the dialectic...
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Critically evaluate Hegel's teleological account of history
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...dialectics on the relatively high level. This movement goes back to Kant. He was the first who raised a new issue of teleology. However, these Kantian formulations of the question are not directly related to that turn, made by ??Hegel in the sphere of teleology (Bristow, 2007). Concrete analysis of the dialectics of human toil takes Hegel’s antinomian opposition between causality and teleology, showing what specific place is occupied by conscious human purposefulness in general causation, not destroying, and not stepping over it, without appealing to any... ? Critically Evaluate Hegel's Teleological Account of History. by The of the The of the The of the school The city and state where it is located Date ...
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Book Review of Stacy Pershall's Loud in the House of Myself: Memoir of a Strange Girl
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...dialectical behavior therapy and tattooing as a way to repossess her body and make it her own again. The book offers delicate sensory details that effectively attach the author’s insights into the reader's reality, but however warped and displaced by a twist of her unpredictable and confusing biochemistry common to those with the disorders. Pershall accomplishes what is almost unfeasible — survival on a bleak journey to functionality, with energy, frankness, and acceptance of both her demons and angels in her quest for inner peace... ? Running Head: LOUD IN THE HOUSE OF MYSELF Book Review on Stacy Pershall’s Loud in the House of Myself: Memoir of a Strange Girl Book Review on Stacy Pershall’s Loud in...
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Communism in North Korea Compared with Russia
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...dialectical materialism or communist philosophy, however, it appears that the emphasis of Juche Idea was to give a humanist or humanitarian rhetoric to communism that appears to be in a sharp contrast with the tendency of the other communist rhetoric to emphasize on classes, class struggle, and class dictatorship of the proletariat. Further, the emphasis of the North Korean rhetoric captured in the Korean Friendship Association’s articulation of the Juche idea appear to emphasize more... ?Communism in North Korea Compared with Russia I. Introduction In a book by V.I. Lenin published in 1950 and re-published by the Peking (Beijing) Foreign Languages Press in 1976, socialism has been described as a first...
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Book review of Loud in the house of myself: Memoir of a strange girl
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...dialectical behavior therapy and tattooing as a way to repossess her body and make it her own again. The book offers delicate sensory details that effectively attach the author’s insights into the readers reality, but however warped and displaced by a twist of her unpredictable and confusing biochemistry common to those with the disorders. Pershall accomplishes what is almost unfeasible — survival on a bleak journey to functionality, with energy, frankness, and acceptance of both her demons and angels in her quest for inner peace... Running Head: LOUD IN THE HOUSE OF MYSELF Book Review on Stacy Pershall’s Loud in the House of Myself: Memoir of a Strange Girl Book Review on Stacy Pershall’s Loud in the...
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What was materialist about Karl Marx's view of history
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...dialectic situations which are between two opposing forces or the classes of the society. For Marx the concept of dialectic was important and effective however he discarded the Hegel’s concept which was based on idealism. He believed in the existence of the real world. Marx did not believe or agree with the ideologies presented by the society as for him they were a hindrance in the clear and vivid picture of the material conditions... Karl Heinrich Marx was a great German Philosopher. He played a major role in the development of social movements along with a significant role he played as a historian along with being a remarkable revolutionary socialist. He articulated a great socialist theory known...
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