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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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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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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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Interpersonal Relationship Analysis Assignment
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...dialectical tensions function in this relationship? Give at least two specific examples... ? Interpersonal Relationship Analysis al Affiliation Interpersonal Relationship Analysis Introduction The concept of interpersonal relationship has been studied by various researchers and sociologists due to the impact it generates to various endeavors. The Management Study Guide has defined interpersonal relationship as “strong bond between two or more people…(where) attraction between individuals brings them close to each other and eventually results in a strong interpersonal relationship” (What is Interpersonal Relationship?, 2013, p. 1). Another definition of interpersonal relationship is: “an association...
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Responce lettr
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...dialect tension that may exist between family members using the dialect tension theory and the possible ways of communicating with them in order to avoid such tensions in the future. 1. Self-disclosure As per this scenario, the advancements made in technology such as social media helped in establishing a relationship with a sibling from the father that abandoned his family years back.The challenge here is that how does one remain loyal to the family that provides them with shelter and the other necessities of life andalsoseek to establish... ? Response letter Introduction A family unit is the oldest whose existence spreads across the world. Various scholars have attempted to give explanations or...
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NRS409 - Psychosocial Interventions in Mental
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...Dialectical Behavior Therapy Interventions Relaxation Techniques Behavioral Cognitive Methods Pharmacotherapy Family Therapy Group Therapy Expressive Methods Meditation Psycho-education Converting negative perspectives about the world, people and one self in to positive ones. Train the consumer to overcome depression and get involved in other productive activities. The consumer’s adaptive core beliefs should be re-defined through this technique. It aids the consumer in acquiring healthy coping resources and strategies both internally and externally... Introduction The mood of an individual reflects his or her pervasive and enduring of mental and emotional health where as the affect refers to the external ...
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The strategy of e-business
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...dialectical. The central argument of the study then is that the e-business environment has centrally shifted the nature business through network connections. These networks involve every level of the business environment, including customer interactions, supply chain management, and business to business relationships. Because of the nature of these networks... of E-business The specific article is Li (2004) ‘A holistic framework of e-business strategy’. This article considers e-business strategy from an overarching perspective. Specifically it argues that businesses should increasingly adopt a holistic business strategy. This strategy would additionally be dynamic and dialectical. The central argument...
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Egoism
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...Dialectical Egoism: A New Interpretation. Lanham, Md: Lexington Books, 2010. Print.... Egoism Introduction Egoism relates to the theory that one’s self should be or is the goal and motivation of one’s action. Two variants of egoism exist, which include normative and descriptive. Positive or descriptive variant conceives it as a factual description of human affairs. This implies that an individual’s desires and interests constitute his or her motivation. Normative variant, on the other hand, proposes that individuals need motivation irrespective of what currently motivates their behavior. The term egoism derives from a Latin word “ego”, which means “I” in English. Descriptive egoism It sometimes refers ...
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Philosophical Analogy
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...dialectical method, the method which is "capable of helping itself as well as the (person) who planted it" and "produces a seed from which more discourse grows in the character of others" (277). The idea is that, compared to rhetoric (writing), the dialectical method (speech), can construe clearer definitions by means of producing further discussions, which would validate or not the claim of truth, and thus, would achieve value, with the truth it is affirming and not merely by the rhetoric of writing. This argument is deconstructed by Derrida in his work Plato's Pharmacy, where he centralizes his analogy... Philosophical Analogy: Plato is to Derrida as Aristotle is to Foucault Philosophy is...
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Is judicial review consistent with democratic ideals
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...dialectics by Geog Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel. Hegel was a German philosopher interested more on ideas as opposed to the reality thus the use of dialectical methods. This dialectical method is the foundation of Marxism... ? Topic: Lecturer: Presentation: Introduction Historical materialism is a theory coined by Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels to explain the economic, social and political development of societies. In his writings, Marx and his co-author were influenced by the work of Hegel a German philosopher. In the German ideology, Hegel argues that humans are alienated from the Absolute (supernatural being or God) and that the historical process represents the process of moving towards God. Where humans...
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Conduct a detailed clinical analysis of the case study provided. Provide a diagnosis for the client in the case study based on y
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...Dialectical Behavior Therapy as Treatment Approach Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) is specifically designed to treat individuals who exhibit self-harming tendencies such as suicidal attempts. DBT is based on the social theory of borderline personality disorder (BDP), which Linehan (1991) observes results from emotionally vulnerable people who have grown up through... ?Running head:  Clinical Analysis SECTION A Diagnosis Prior to diagnosing Angela Rathbone’s mental disorder, the abnormalities exhibited by her psychological disorder have to be first examined. This calls for psychopathology, which involves studying mental distress, disorder and abnormal behavior. Though her examination may not comprise a ...
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Reflection Paper 3
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...dialectical approach to intercultural communication, and discuss how such an  approach would change the author’s experiences in her new society. (Refer to at least one specific attitude, behavior or reaction that would be different if the dialectic approach was taken, and what the result would be for the author.)  Instead of using the typical quantitative method of research, the author instead used the autobiographical method to enable the audience see the bigger picture of the research and put feelings into the research. The revelation of personal experience in the dialectical approach of research brings the personal experience of the researcher public thereby empowering more... Reflection Paper...
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Theoretical Approaches
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...dialectical also strengthens organizational culture in the sense that it promotes “conflict resolution” (Chapin, 2008, p. 284). Autopoiesis mean “self production” (Sori, 2009, p. 22). Unlike the three other theories mentioned earlier, the theory of autopoiesis is more focused on the importance of retaining each employee’s self identity or retaining the existing organizational culture (Mavrinac, 2006). For this reason, the theory of autopoiesis weakens organizational culture in the sense that it actually slows down the process of implementing organizational change (Morgan, 1997, p. 256). References Chapin, M. (2008). Creating Innovative Places: Organizational and...
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Concert
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...dialectical co-union and co-existing struggle. Presumably and predominantly these parts depict a powerful victory of “light” and dominant Communism over “darkness” of weak Capitalism (Quartet No. 8 was made in 1960, when Shostakovich became... Hugh A. Glauser School of Music at Kent The Presidents Quartet performes the Shostakovich Quartet No. 8 in C minor: Largo and Allegro Molto In this short review we will provide first impressions and aura analysis, along with its similarities and differences, of how The Presidents Quartet performes the Shostakovich Quartet No. 8 in C minor: Largo and Allegro Molto, 01.03.2013. This masterpiece consists of two big and principal parts, which are presented in dialect...
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Black Criticism
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...dialectical pair (both creates and dismisses the other). That is, no freedom exist without slavery while no white lives without Blacks. An effort to comprehend the entire issue of “Black criticism” does not require a single mirror that gives one reflection but numerous perspectives that understand it better. Nonetheless, black criticism has historically been associated with racial discrimination as the dominant element. That is, race is an issue of “blood” and inherent. Something which has firmly been believed by Americans. Conclusion In summary, this paper has analyzed racism in line with the critical theory of Black criticism. Belief in racial inferiority... Racism: Black Criticism s Affiliation...
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What is a Clausewitzian definition of war
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...dialectical method to construct his theory. Cristopher Bassford, professor of strategy at the National War College of the United States argues about the contentions put forwarded by Clausewitz. He describes that the main source of confusion about his approach is in his presentation of his dialectical method. Clausewitz’s famous contention says, “War is a mere continuation of politics by other means”. It is viewed as an antithetical statement in the dialectical argument where the thesis to the point described earlier... What is a Clausewitzian definition of war? Table of Contents Introduction 3 Clausewitzian Definition of War 4 Key Ideas included in the Treaty on War4 Major Key Points Included in the Defin...
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Middle east
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...Dialectical Anthropology, Vol. 5, Issue 4, pp. 261-286. Gabbay, R. (2004). A Political History of the Arab-Jewish Conflict. Geneva: Droz.... East Water has been considered a major factor that has contributed to the conflict between the Israelis and the Palestinians. Although oil andscarcity of land has been attributed to the conflict, water remains to root cause of the conflict. Since the creation of the Israeli state, conflicts between the Palestinians have concentrated on Gaza and West Bank (Gabbay, 2004). The main reason why Israel has maintained disputed settlements in Gaza and West Bank is the need to control water resource in the region. The Middle East and North Africa are the driest regions in th...
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Philosophy of Modern Music
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...dialectical manner, Adorno presents Stravinsky... Adorno, Theodore, Philosophy of Modern Music. First published in 1948, Introduction. Theodore Adorno, a philosopher and critical theorist of the Frankfurt school, is a simultaneously beloved and derided character. Notoriously hateful of jazz and popular music, his theories are heavily influenced by Marx, and Hegel. In this work, the Philosophy of Modern Music offers an integration between his first field of study, musicology and his philosophical studies. It represents a sociology of music, one which derides the mass consumption and the commercialization of music that has, according to Adorno, deleterious effects for both music and culture. In a Hegelian...
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Treatment plan
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...Dialectical Behavior Therapy: Honolulu. Oxford, OX: Oxford printing press.... Plan Task: Treatment plan A treatment plan is a set of written guidelines on how treatment therapies conducted especially on patients suffering from eating disorders after consulting them. Eating disorders are serious issues that, if not addressed, lead to further complications. Two main types of eating disorders that exist include anorexia nervosa and bilumia nervosa. Anorexia nervosa is a disorder brought about by problems of body weight where an individual fear losing or gaining weight or would prefer maintaining the current weight. Bilumia nervosa results from ritual practices such as fasting, self instigated vomiting and...
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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... 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 popularly as...
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Decision making
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...dialectical inquiry. What will you point out to the team as you fulfill this role? [Remember that your job is to force “group members to ‘think outside the box’ and look at new ways to analyze the problem... You are on the team which was assigned to make the decision about whether or not to stop current production and fill the rush job order which has come in. The team is currently leaning toward stopping current production and fulfilling the custom job. Your role on the team is to be the “Devil’s Advocate.” What statement(s) would you present to the team as the Devil’s Advocate? -- I would be the Devils Advocate in the group by pointing out the following: 1. Our company would incur a loss in profit i...
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Sociology of the family
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...Dialectical Perspective on Communication and Relationships. New York, NY: SAGE.... Sociology of the Family s and s Full Word Count Sociology of the Family Ways of living in families across the United s vary. As a result, there is no stereotype or distinct “American Family.” This characteristic of the nation is incredible because it allows diversity. The first and most influential reason for this diversity is cultural diversity (Sabourin 2012). Families in the United States range from African American and Asian to Native American members. The key distinction between such families is social status, which forms another influential reason for the diversity in families in the United States. Pertaining social...
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Essay on Globalization
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...dialectical dimensions of the process by describing globalization, “as the intensification of worldwide social relations which link distant localities in such a way that local happenings are shaped by events occurring many miles away and vice versa. This is a dialectical process because such local happenings may move in an obverse direction from the very distanced relations that shape them. Local transformation is as much a part of globalization as the lateral extension of social connections across time and space” (64). The process of globalization, therefore, has widely influenced the environment, culture, economic growth... ?Globalization The process of globalization is progressively reshaping...
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The difficulties that Indian learners might have in American's classroom to learn English
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...dialectical differences within any language. For instance, if an Indian learner’s mother tongue is Hindi, his/her accent will be different from those who use English as their first language. If the Indian learner migrates to America and start learning English, the influence of first language (say, Hindi or other regional languages in India) may hinder him/her from following the native speaker’s accent in English. Shilpa S. Dave stated that, “For Asian Americans, accent is another way of pointing out that difference is a socially nuanced and a socially constructed reality” (5). If the Indian learner is totally exposed to English, he/she can easily... The difficulties that Indian learners might have in...
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Geography Discuss how the writings of Henri Lefebvre have influenced geographers understaning of the modern city which has been persistently shped by the spaces
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...Dialectical Materialism (1968), Evolution or Revolution (1974), Toward a Leftist Cultural Politics: Remarks Occasioned by the Centenary of Marx’s Death (1988), The Critique of Everyday Life (1991) and Writings on Cities published posthumously in 1996. It was through the translation and wide distribution of Dialectical Materialism that he became known worldwide as the father of the dialectic yet has also been hailed as the pioneer of critiques of the city and the ‘spatial turn’ in theory. Following World War II, Lefebvre was greatly impacted by the depression of the people around him who felt... Henri Lefebvre (1901-1991) was a French philosopher once connected with the Parti Communiste Francais who...
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Critical Pedagogy movement
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...dialectical in character – they recognize the myriad of social problems and crises as simply being more than isolated events from deficiencies and individuals in the social fabric. Rather, they view these problems and crises as forming... CRITICAL PEDAGOGY MOVEMENT The role of education, in society, in the light of perspectives from the Critical Pedagogy movement The founding of the Critical Pedagogy Movement is based on a philosophy of education. It is described as a movement that is guided by both passion and principle; this with the aim of helping students develop freedom that pertains to consciousness, to help them relate knowledge to power, to aid them in recognizing authoritarian tendencies and also...
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Karl Marx
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...Dialectical examination to search the contradictions built into the makeup of humanity. Marx emphasizes that the contradictions and conflicts among contrasting edifying thoughts reflects real-life struggles among the opposing classes that hold these clashing thoughts(Karl, 45). From end to end, this clash itself the society moves towards its next phase of progress whether the conflicting attention of dissimilar social classes effect in open clash or not depends in part of specific past conditions. When the ruling class is triumphant in promoting bogus awareness within the lesser class, the members... Karl Marx Contribution to Sociology Marx is one of the most distinctive founders of modern social...
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Marx on capitalism and communism
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...dialectic. By this, he is implying to a process in which two opposing forces interact, with the outcome transitioning into a further or higher historical stage effect. This is contradictory of the explanation by Hegel that the dialectical change envisages the world spirit. The dialectical interpretation by Marx is materialist, to imply that the collapse of the capitalist... SOCIOLOGY al Affiliation) The communist is the most resolute and advanced section amongst the working society of every country. This section, therefore, pushes all the other sections forward. Communism, however, is an ideological position that promotes the introduction of stateless social organizations, with the people not divided...
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Linguistics - English relative clauses in dialects of the GB isles
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...Dialects of English,” Tonja Herrmann examined the dialects of six distinct regions of the British Isles, and applied long-standing hierarchical theory to these regional dialects. This paper will attempt to compare and contrast the two theories, along with synthesizing them. In part one, the basic premises upon which Ms. Herrmann builds her theory will be examined. In part two, I will examine the basic premise upon which Mr. Sag builds his theories... In the journal article “English Relative Clause Constructions,” by Ivan Sag, a novel theory of clause construction is posited. This theory is a complex amalgamation of different constructs of the relative clause. In the article, “Relative Clauses in...
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Marxist Approach
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...dialectical materialism, it can be seen that Marxists see human historyas a fundamental struggle between social classes. The struggle of opposing forces is the dialectic model of change. The basic dialectical viewpoint displays the significance of contradictions in nature. To understand historical change, it is necessary to understand and accept contradiction as existing reality. It also shows that social change is driven by the contradictory nature that exists in society. For over a century, there has been effort and attempt by researchers to interpret and apply the philosophies of Marx. The Russian revolution provided... ?Marxist Approach On exploration of the ‘Breadth’ analysis, which is based on...
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Mystical Discourses in Philosophy
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...dialectic ascension through apophatic debate. In contrast, Marguerite Porete believed that mystical pre-eminence could only be arrived at through the "Annihilation of the Soul." And, in Jalaluddin Rumi's vision, only in the supreme and boundless entirety of God, do all the conflict and dissension implicated in the antipathy of phenomena transcend the fracas and come to rest. Apophatic... The Aporia of Transcendence: A Critical Discussion of Michael Sells' Analysis in Relation to the Works of Jalaluddin Rumi and Marguerite Porete YourName Here Divine Bodies: Mystical Discourses in Philosophy 'Mystical experience' has long been portrayed as a remote awareness that can be explained and con...
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Marxist Account of Class in Contemporary Society
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...dialectical relationship between development and working-class capacity can be established (Braverman 2004). In modern society, similar to the Marxist approach to class, the institution of mass production techniques and the separation of the knowledge of how steel is made from the workers themselves is the key to breaking worker control of the industry. The rich would voluntarily renounce their wealth; a community of goods and absolute equality would be established. Marx began from the postulate that men, by their nature, are species-beings, that is, beings who are conscious of belonging to a species... Is the Marxist account still relevant in contemporary society The essential argument of the Marxist...
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Systematic desensitization applied to treating phobias & anxiety
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...Dialectical Therapy Dialectical behavioral therapy commonly known as DBT is a method of treatment of borderline personality disorder. It is a therapy that was forwarded by Marsha Linehan. This therapy is the result of the development of the Ivan Pavlov’s classical conditioning. It still utilizes the formula of behavior change, which Pavlov advocated for. It combines cognitive behavioral techniques for emotional regulation and concepts for reality testing. These include mindful awareness, acceptance... Systematic Desensitization Applied to Treating Phobias and Anxiety ical conditioning was a behaviorist theory, the author of which was Ivan Pavlov. It was based on the assumption that learning occurs...
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Critically assess how interprofessional collaboration is the key to delivering modern health and social care services
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...dialectical process of people reflecting and acting with others to both change and understand it (Gaventa & Cornwall, 2001). In this sense, interdisciplinary structure may allow health professionals to conduct studies and collaboration between them in a research process that would increase the quality of research outcomes. It has been argued that the strength of the inter-professional collaborative research group lies... ?Inter-professional Collaboration: An Overview In both the health clinical and research arenas, inter-professional or interdisciplinary collaborationis increasingly important. In the face of changing and increasing needs, together with the problems faced by health consumers, Watkins,...
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Case study, Social/cultural, Medicine-URGENT , needed in top 12 hrs
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...dialectical behavioral therapy for preventing any further attempt of suicide by Julian (Alec Miller et al., 2007). References Alec L Miller, Jill H Rathus, Marsha M Linehan. 2007. Dialectical behavior therapy with suicidal adolescents. Guilford Press. P:346. ISBN: 978-1-59385-383-9. Anthony P. Jurich. 2007. Family therapy with suicidal adolescents. Routledge publication. P:288. ISBN: 978-0-415-96086-1. Emile Durkheim. 2002. Suicide: A study in sociology. Routledge publication. P:432. ISBN: 978-0-415-27830-0. Frederick T.L. Leong and Mark M. Leach. 2007. Suicide among racial and ethnic minority groups : Theory, research and practice. Routledge...
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Anti-social personality disorder
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...dialectical behavior therapy, schema-focused therapy, cognitive analytic therapy, and violence reduction programs are also effective to patients with ASPD (NCCMH 28). Rotgers and Maniacci, in this respect, observe that psychodynamic approaches, Adlerian approach... Anti-social personality disorder of the module 3 March Anti-social personality disorder Anti-social personality disorders (ASPD), ever since it evolved in the 18th and 19th centuries, have been viewed as behavioural disorders that prevent individuals to lead a normal social life. While ASPD has initially been linked with ‘criminality and immoral behavior’ (Rotgers & Maniacci p. 3) it is today characterized by such personality traits as...
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Primary criticisms of American Cinema and Griffith's montage by Sergei Eisenstein
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...dialectical montages or other philosophical esthetical presentations, Griffith had designs the base for montage which could already establish montage as a different and particular approach to cinematic timeline. Anyways, the conceptualization and development of those theories is due to Sergei Einstein. How Eisenstein could identify power of Griffithian montage and could... ?Primary criticisms of American Cinema and Griffith's montage by Sergei Eisenstein Introduction At the early development of film theories, D.W. Griffith has provided certain movies that defined the base grammar of cinema and editing. As the cinematic theories developed over the time, there had been various new experiments and...
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The Agency-Structure Relationship Review
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...dialectics of control, which is the shift happening in the balance of power relationships consequent to efforts being made by secondary groups to change the balance of power. This implies that all social actors contribute in the development of power structures. It is pertinent to note in this regard that Giddens’ notion of power is in some ways reflective of the concept of power as put forth by Foucalt. It is known... ? The Agency-Structure Relationship Review (Anthony Giddens) (04.01.12) Introduction According to Anthony Giddens (1984, p.236), social life comprises of more than just individual random actions although it is not solely influenced by social forces. Putting it differently, social life is...
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What is the relevance of Marxism to critical theory Give examples of practices
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...dialectical... RELEVANCE OF MARXISM TO CRITICAL THEORY Relevance Of Marxism to Critical Theory Marxism is considered a different tradition in IR theory that disputes theories related to liberalism and realism. It functions as a limited and limiting theoretical world and views and is characterized by the conservative politics ideology. Its core principles are that it is a varied tradition that works to create or expand the work of the famous Karl Marx. Secondly, it engages on the principle of advancing on critical interpretation of the theory on capitalism and lastly, it campaigns for a relational and process-oriented understating of the life of human beings. According to Marxism, to understand the...
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Mental Disorders and Treatment
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...dialectical behavioral therapy, cognitive behavior therapy and targeted therapies for individuals suffering from anxiety disorder. The researchers carried out the study on a sample of 110 young persons aged between 13 and 19 years who had anxiety disorders. They engaged young persons in 12 sessions that involved activities such as relapse prevention, psycho-education, family intervention, skill development and safety plan development. After the administration of the CBT, cases... Mental Disorders and Treatment: Anxiety Disorder al affiliation Introduction Anxiety disorder is one of the mental disorders listed in the recent Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders. Different scholars and...
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Adjustment Case Study
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...dialectical behavior therapy (teaching how to cope with stressful situations and regulate emotions easily), rational emotive behavior therapy. CBT and story of Sean Carter I would like to mention the conversation as a very effective way to relieve stress. Sometimes a person in a state of emotional stress just needs to talk – it can be enough to see the problem from another angle when you voice it. As a proof I would like to speak about the story of Sean Carter, student of Midwestern`s State University (“For An Injured Son”, 2015). Young man was a passenger of car driven by his drunken... Adjustment Case Study Adjustment Case Study To go to the detailed discussion and analysis of the selected video...
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The Greeks and Philosophy
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...dialectical process of Philosophy. Copy and paste the passages using quotation marks and cite the source dialogue. You find two passages... ? The Greeks and Philosophy Word Count: 1505 (6 pages) A) Use the seven passages supplied and cite where Plato speaks ABOUT Philosophy. Copy and paste the exact words from each of the seven passages using quotation marks and the source citation for the exact passages where Plato describes what Philosophy is about and how to do Philosophy. What was philosophy to Plato? Describe the process. What does the process involve? Philosophy, to Plato, was about having attitude. “For at this moment I am sensible that I have not the temper of a philosopher; like the vulgar, I am ...
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Is the Marxist account of class still relevant in contemporary society Why, or why not
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...dialectical relationship between development and working-class capacity can be established (Braverman 2004). In modern society, similar to the Marxist approach to class, the institution of mass production techniques and the separation of the knowledge of how steel is made from the workers themselves is the key to breaking worker control of the industry. The rich would voluntarily renounce their wealth; a community of goods and absolute equality would be established. Marx began from the postulate that men, by their nature, are species-beings, that is, beings who are conscious of belonging to a species... Is the Marxist account still relevant in contemporary society? The essential argument of the Marxist ...
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Brecht's Theory and Practice to Aristotle's Theory
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...dialectical” theatre, which underlined the combination of thesis and anti-thesis. Each element on the stage could have been interpreted from different perspectives. Moreover, Brecht... ? Brecht theory on theatre vs Aristotelian theory Introduction Bert Brecht incorporated an innovative vision on Greek tragedy. The ancient dramatic plays have been changed in accordance with the developing and a changing nature of the society. Bert Brecht managed to redirect the focus of drama from an individual flaw to the social degradation, which resulted in an individual degrading nature. Epic theatre for Brecht was more of a didactic nature. It was focused on changing the social stereotypes within the society. There...
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Comparing the way that Karl Marx and Max Weber perceive social classes
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...dialectical materialism. Marx famously reduced historical development to a function of economics, depicted as a struggle between the proletariat or working classes... writing on the worker’s revolution and world socialism from the perspective of dialectical materialism or Marxism, Weber takes an independent course and publishes on the manner in which the Protestant Christian work ethic is related to the development of capitalism socio-historically. As John Kilkullen writes: “Intellectually (Weber) was opposed to Marxism, and indeed it has become traditional to contrast Marx and Weber. In Germany the main carrier of Marxism was the Social Democratic Party (still extant, but...
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Titian's Venus of Urbino
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...dialectical relation to Titian’s ‘Venus of Urbino’. Conclusion In conclusion, this essay has examined how Titian’s ‘Venus of Urbino’ fits into other versions of Renaissance Venus imagery. Within this context of understanding, the work has been situated in terms of pervading theories of Renaissance gender values, noting that it wavers between progressive empowerment, and female objectification. The work has also been contextualized relative to other Renaissance depictions of Venus. In these regards, it’s noted that relative to other of Titian’s works this image is highly seductive. One considers both its cultural positioning and its aesthetic form in term prominent contours and contrasts... ? Titian's...
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Critical Thinking Exposition Essay
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...dialectical thinking which is the ability to address issues from several perspectives and arriving at the most reasonable and economical reconciliation of information and ideas that may seem contradictory. Riegel and Basseches defined it as dialectical thinking whereby the elements of relativist thought are integrated with those of Universalist... Critical Thinking Exposition Essay All scholars perceive themselves as critical thinkers and subsequently have differing definitions about the meaning of the term “critical thinking.” As such, the definitions of critical thinking vary depending on the scholar’s vantage point. Habermas defined it as emancipatory learning. Manzo Anthony et al. characterized as...
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Free Trade Master Essay
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...dialectical idealism rather... Evaluation of the Beneficiaries and Critiques of Free Trade Evidently the concept of Free Trade has yield enormously to the advanced world of science and technology. Social scientists and other scholars view it in a positive vision while another sect of social thinker regard it as an intrusion of Capitalism on the bosom of socialism that renders first priority to equality, justice and welfare, Marxism for instance. However, Free Trade has been a general recognition of the era. This investigative paper finds the facts and assesses the validity of the newest economic emergence. Order#: 171210 Deadline: 2007-05-18...
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