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Medieval Philosophy / History
Medieval Philosophy / History
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...dialects, ethics, and physics (IEP 3). Plato used Socrates' method of inquiry to examine various philosophical questions. He wrote many works which were based on his theory of forms, such as Phaedo, The Republic and Parmenides, where forms are unchanging, eternal objects and concepts, that represent absolute truth. Forms are not visible to the naked eye, but our souls retain memory of these forms from before we were brought into this world. In the physical realm, one only has access to instantiations of these forms, which are always imperfect, but strive towards participation in the form... ?Philosophy 309 and 310 Learning Narrative In this prior learning narrative, I will discuss the broad knowledge I...
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Planning theory
Planning theory
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...dialectics weren’t specifically articulated by city and town planners, its influence could be noticed during Thatcher’s era to a greater extent in the backdrop of evolving monetarist economic influences. As much as Thatcher believed in Regan’s supply side approach, she thought that social transformation was possible through an economic revolution based on the same regenerative principle of empowering the worker by giving him part of the ownership of the company in which he worked. However the reality was not to be completed until spatial planning activity in the urban areas of England was treated... Critically discuss the view that challenges for planning theory are concerned with new and...
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The High Middle Ages
The High Middle Ages
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...dialectical reasoning. The scholastics would choose a book by a renowned scholar, called auctor, as a subject of investigation, for example the Bible. Other books commonly used as auctors were: Boethius and his Consolation of Philosophy, Saint Augustine, Peter Lombard (specifically, his Sentences), Plato (specifically, Timaeus) and Aristotle ("The Philosopher"). By reading the book thoroughly and critically, the disciples learned to appreciate the theories of the auctor... The High Middle Ages is a term used by historians to describe European history in the period of the 11th, 12th, and 13th centuries (1000–1300 CE). The High Middle Ages were preceded by the Early Middle Ages and followed by the Late ...
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Outline the main features of the surveillant assemblage (Haggerty and Ericson, 2000) and assess the usefulness of this approach for theorizing the new surveillance Use examples from the literature to support your argument
Outline the main features of the surveillant assemblage (Haggerty and Ericson, 2000) and assess the usefulness of this approach for theorizing the new surveillance Use examples from the literature to support your argument
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...dialectics of surveillance practices as processes of social control” Surveillance & Society, 1(3): 399-411. Hier, S. P., & Greenberg, J. (2009). Surveillance: power, problems, and politics. Vancouver, UBC Press. Kroker, A., & Kroker, M. (2008). Critical... SURVEILLANT ASSEMBLAGE Lecturer Address Surveillant Assemblage Surveillance can be defined as the collecting and processing of personal data from a target population for the purpose of managing or influencing the selected group of persons. The word assemblage could be used to mean a group of people in one place. Therefore, Surveillant Assemblage is levelling the hierarchy of surveillance in a systematic manner to the point that individuals or groups ...
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C2
C2
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...Dialectics and Diversion”. Journal of Organizational Change Management, 13, pp. 235-248. Parvis, L. (2003). “Diversity and effective leadership in multicultural workplaces”. Journal of Environmental Health, 65, pp.37-38. Pellet, J. 2004. “Driving diversity:  diverse work forces make for better companies”. Chief Executive, 198, pp. 48-55. Planning Council. 2005. “Labor Market Strategy for the State of Qatar: Main Report”, Government of Qatar Planning Council, Volume I, December 29, 2005. Rooney, D., Hearn, G., & Ninan, A. (2005). Handbook on the Knowledge Economy. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar. Scott P. 2007. The Difference: How the Power of Diversity... Qatari Women Education as a Basis for Participation in...
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A Critique of the relationship between power and desire in Foucaults analyses of the Repressive Hypothesis
A Critique of the relationship between power and desire in Foucaults analyses of the Repressive Hypothesis
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...dialectical devices (power, Knowledge and desire), both inside The History of Sexuality, and against the background of his other works. Sexuality is not a natural process, but can be seen being developed over the centuries... A Critique of the Relationship Between Power and Desire in Foucault’s Analyses of the Repressive Hypothesis The purpose of this dissertation is to consider the nature of Power, Knowledge and Desire in Sexuality, as described by Michel Foucault in his analysis of the Repressive Hypothesis – the idea that the Victorians were a lot more repressed about sexuality than those of us alive today. As Foucault rejects this notion, the paper first looks at how Foucault sees these three...
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Communist Manifesto
Communist Manifesto
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...dialectical about Marx's theory (2,3,23,38,54/5,and Q6) Let us start with his first quote on history: " The history of all hitherto existing societies is the history of class struggles." His second quote is significant: " In the earlier epochs of history, we find almost everywhere a complicated arrangement of society into various orders, a manifold gradation of social rank. In ancient Rome we have patricians, knights, plebeians, slaves; in the Middle Ages, feudal lords, vassals, guildmasters, journeymen, apprentices, serfs; in almost all of these classes, again... COMMUNIST MANIFESTO QUESTIONS (I have left you some space for brief answers Trace the theme of machines in the Manifesto. What is their...
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Character analysis of Christian Darling in The Eighty-Yard Run short story
Character analysis of Christian Darling in The Eighty-Yard Run short story
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...dialectics of the situation . . . The theater has been given over to expert jugglers ... Picasso? What man has a right to paint old bones and collect ten thousand dollars for them? ... I stand firmly behind Trotsky ... Poe was the last American critic. When he died they put lilies on the grave of American criticism. I dont say this because they panned my last book, but . . ." Once... The pass was high and wide and he jumped for it, feeling it slap flatly against his hands, as he shook his hips to throw off the halfback who was diving at him. The center floated by, his hands desperately brushing Darlings knee as Darling picked his feet up high and delicately ran over a blocker and an opposing linesman in...
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To what extent does contemporary critical media theory illuminate the recent mass media coverage of the local government led mil
To what extent does contemporary critical media theory illuminate the recent mass media coverage of the local government led mil
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...dialectical analysis, and this process of uncovering the actual events (the truth) by laying open discrepancies within expositions of the opposite faction (Adorno, 1973). This finally leads to bringing forth the latent struggle that exists between opposing forces, and this awareness can help the oppressed group to free themselves and transform the present... ?To what extent does contemporary critical media theory illuminate the recent mass media coverage of the local government led military action in Sri Lanka and media development post the war in Sri Lanka? Introduction Modern innovations in communication technologies have completely changed the scenario in conduction and resolution of warfare or civil...
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The Influence of Impressionism within the Textile Arts
The Influence of Impressionism within the Textile Arts
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...dialectic with the past, 'ancient Rome as fashion quotes a past attire [and] fashion has the scent of the modern' (Benjamin, p. 132). According to Wollen, the 'differentiation between dandy as hero, commissioning clothes to order, and the unheroic consumer, who buys ready-to-wear' in Benjamin's work orders the transition in European social history from mid nineteenth century elite to late nineteenth century 'everyday' character as the target audience of artistic production (Wollen 2003, p. 135). By 1909, concurrent with the transition from Impressionist to Post Impressionist painting technologies, the Italian Futurists published their manifesto in the Parisian...
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MODERN FRENCH THINKERS-POLITICAL SCIENCE PHILOSOPHY
MODERN FRENCH THINKERS-POLITICAL SCIENCE PHILOSOPHY
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...dialectics, with any going back beyond what is immediately visible, it organizes a world which is without contradictions because it is without depth, a world wide open and wallowing in the evident, it establishes a blissful... Montesquieu Pour qu’on ne puisse abuser du pouvoir, il faut que , par la desposition des choses, le pouvoir arrete le pouvoir. Montesquieu argue that this maybe achieved in De L’esprit des Lois. By what means does Montesquieu suggest a moderate may be ensured l’esprit des lois. The epigraph for the Spirit of the Law is taken from the Metamorphoses of the ancient Roman poet Ovid: “An offspring created without a mother” (2.553). Montesquieu understands his work as offering a creative ...
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Research paper Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon
Research paper Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon
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...dialectics of cultural transformation or cloak the subordinate position in repressive binaries that ultimately allow purity to triumph. Between the utopian promises of a new cultural harmony and the apocalyptic declaration of an unending colonization of the imagination, there needs to be a third position from which it is possible to grasp both the uneven formations of identity and the creativity in contemporary society.” 18 What made me say this so about the film? One thing that cannot be denied about the film is that it represents China... Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon Film is regarded to be one of the most influential art forms. The film can be considered a mixture of all arts since there is the...
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Marxist Approach
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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Theories
Theories
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...dialectical materialism based on history, natural science, as well as military studies. Engel’s work that gained popularity included “The Condition of the Working Class in England”, which he wrote in 1844. In this work, he described how industrialization came to being in England, as well as the conflict... ? Theories Theories Functionalism According to Isajiw (2003), functionalism can be regarded as the oldest theoretical perspective in sociology, whose dominance in sociology has been there for many years. The theory is based on two concepts one of which entails using the analogy between the society and individual. The other concept includes the use of the scientific method to the social world, which can ...
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Analysis of the Marketing Strategy of Apple Inc
Analysis of the Marketing Strategy of Apple Inc
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...Dialectics (conflictive... ?Analysis of the Marketing Strategy of Apple, Inc 1997 Apple, Inc. is considered one of the most successful companies in the field ofdigital communications innovation for the consumer market. Its design and development of personal electronic devices that have radically transformed the way people worked, thought, and communicated, within a phenomenally rapid span of time. Much of the credit has been justly credited to the personal vision and perseverance of CEO Steve Jobs. The death of Jobs in 2011 has left Apple’s stakeholders, its many avid followers, and the business community in a state of uncertainty about the company’s future and its ability to sustain continuous...
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Salman Rushdies Midnights Children And The Satanic Verses
Salman Rushdie's Midnight's Children And The Satanic Verses
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...dialects, historical moments and momenta, a rich concoction of reality and fantasy. The writer’s style, as revealed through the peculiar complex narrative, is full of puns, allusions, slang, palimpsestic references, intertext, autobiographical elements, irony, satire, humor, all utilized toward he massive task of plummeting through India’s three decades of convoluted history. And the fact that the language of the novel is multiple, open and pluralistic, also disrupts the character at its centre. Even the primary subjectivity represented... CHAPTER THE LITERATURE OF EXILE AND IMAGINARY HOMELANDS IN SALMAN RUSHDIES MIDNIGHTS CHILDREN AND THE SATANIC VERSES Salman Rushdie’s novels represent national...
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Athletes versus Non-Athletes on Academic Performance
Athletes versus Non-Athletes on Academic Performance
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...dialectics, philosophical and political discussions and other intellectual pursuits.” (Quoted in Veal, 1992) Plato, Aristotle, Xenophanes and other philosophers encouraged the students to take active part in physically tough exercises and exertions for the development of a balanced and refined personality. “Ancient Greeks loved sport and most cities in Ancient Greece had public gymnasiums where people gathered to train and relax. The Greeks believed that a healthy body was very important.” (Barrow, 2012... ?Athletes versus Non-Athletes on Academic Performance Module Module ID: Introduction The present paper aims to explore the relationship between academic performances of the students at schools and...
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Twentieth-century Marxism. Georg Lukcs and the problem of consciousness
Twentieth-century Marxism. Georg Lukcs and the problem of consciousness
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...dialectic of history. When history itself cast doubt on this assumption, the theoreticians of the Second International either... ?LUKACS AND THE PROBLEM OF CONSCIOUSNESS Georg Lukacs stands as a dominant figure in twentieth-century Marxism. The publication of his History and Class Consciousness and Karl Korsch Marxism and Philosophy in 1923 marked the first serious efforts to rethink Marxism in light of changing conditions and to challenge the dominant Marxist orthodoxy. Both Lukacs and Korsch were responding to the inability of the orthodox viewpoint to account for either the unexpected survival of the Russian Revolution or the progressive dissolution of revolutionary working-class movements in Europe....
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How the Norman Conquest Affected England and English Literature--causes, impact, and result
How the Norman Conquest Affected England and English Literature--causes, impact, and result
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...dialectics and sententious dispute, rather than of free, original thought. In the thirteenth century, however, Paris was still in English esteem the focus of Western culture. Witness the words of Bartholomew, the English encyclopædist: In the same manner as the city of Athens shone in former days as the mother of liberal arts and the muse of philosophers . . . so in our times Paris has raised the standard of learning and civilisation not only in France, but in all the rest of Europe, and, as the mother of wisdom, she welcomes guests from all... Lindsey Warren, Mrs. Watkins, English IV, 7th period, Feburary 13 How the Norman Conquest Affected England and English Literature--causes, impact, and result:...
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Learning Models and Business Training
Learning Models and Business Training
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...dialectics and rhetoric through class discussions and written assignments in their teen years. Further, some educators in this camp believe that stylistic flexibility should be encouraged among all children at the same time rather than individualizing lessons to the unique learning model of every student. Christian classical educator Stuart Fowler (1997) suggested the need for avoiding "the risk of treating students as learning model types rather than uniquely individual learners whose learning models will never wholly fit any type." (p. 150). High-Stakes Testing Another issue for educators involves judging the utility... How Do Individual Learning models and Business Training Interventions Relate s...
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Public Relations
Public Relations
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...dialectics and discourse, dramatism and storytelling” or informative, organizational, “public opinion and reputation management” (Hallahan, 1999, p. 205). Framing theory hinges on negotiation, organization’s decision-making, economics, media and political communications and might be more conducive to understanding what occurs in public relations exercises (Hallahan, 1999). In Vercic and Grunig’s (2000) analysis of public relations theory, a connection is made to economic theory and management theory. According to Vercic and Grunig (2000), public... ?Coordinating Public Relations Management and Marketing in the Hotel Industry for Satisfaction: A Case Study of Cafe Royal, London. By Student Name Course...
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Globalisation,Transnationals and Economic Development in Uk(78114003)
Globalisation,Transnationals and Economic Development in Uk(78114003)
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...Dialectics, Conceptualisation and Choice. Contributions to Political Economy, 24: 13-32 Sugden, R., Wilson, J. R. (2002). Economic Development in the Shadow of the Consensus: a strategic decision – making approach. Contributions to Political Economy, 21, 111–134 Tang, L.P., Fuller, R.M. (1995). Corporate downsizing: what managers can do to lessen the negative effects of layoffs. SAM Advanced Management Journal, 60(4... The impact of Globalisation and Transnationals on the local economic development of UK Table of contents I. Introduction 3 II. Globalisation –form and influence on the local markets IIa. General description of globalization 3 IIb. Influence of globalisation on the local economies 10 I...
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The Literature of exile and imaginary homelands in Salman Rushdies Midnights Children
The Literature of exile and imaginary homelands in Salman Rushdie's Midnight's Children
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...dialects, historical moments and momenta, a rich concoction of reality and fantasy. The writer's style, as revealed through the peculiar complex narrative, is full of puns, allusions, slang, palimpsestic references, intertext, autobiographical elements, irony, satire, humor, all utilized toward he massive task of plummeting through India's three decades of convoluted history. And the fact that the language of the novel is multiple, open and pluralistic, also disrupts the character at its centre. Even the primary subjectivity... CHAPTER THE LITERATURE OF EXILE AND IMAGINARY HOMELANDS IN SALMAN RUSHDIE'S MIDNIGHT'S CHILDREN AND THE SATANIC VERSES Salman Rushdie's novels represent national identity in a...
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