This 6-8 page essay assignment will be completed in three parts. You may want to use section headers to organize your paper. Remember to explain the theories you reference with supporting citations to the textbook and online lectures in correct APA format. Here is a guide to help you with APA-style citations. Use this APA Citation Helper as a convenient reference for properly citing resources.
Part I. The Self Discuss the avocado idea of the self and explain at least one version of the idea that human beings have a shared essential nature (such as Cartesian rationalism or Greek philosophy). Contrast this account with the artichoke idea of the self (drawing upon existentialism to develop your account) and a discussion of how the modern/avocado and postmodern/artichoke ideas of the self differ. You may use your analysis from the Week 2 assignments to develop your account in Part I.
Part II. The Avocado Self and Art as Representation Explain the idea that art is mimesis (Plato and/or Aristotle) and how this is like the avocado idea of the self. Discuss a character/narrator/subject in a work of art (novel, poem, film, graphic novel, short story, television show, song, painting, etc.) who you think captures the avocado/art as mimesis idea that we have an essential, shared human nature and that art reflects this reality for us.
Part III. The Artichoke Self and Art as Transformation Explain the idea that art is transformative/how artistic creation expresses the unity of subject and object (Nietzsche, Schelling, and/or Heidegger). Discuss how this reflects the artichoke idea of the self. Discuss a character/narrator/subject in a work of art (novel, poem, film, graphic novel, short story, television show, song, painting, etc.) who you think captures the artichoke/post-modern idea of the self and the idea that art creates truth.
Part IV. Art and Philosophy Finally, reflect upon the relationship between art and philosophy by considering some of the following questions:
Are the self and the material world distinct entities, as Descartes thinks? What are some examples of representative art that illustrate the idea that the subject/mind and the object/world/body are distinct? Alternatively, are the self and the world organic unities, as Schelling argues? How might artistic creation express this unity of subject and object? Is art mimesis/representation (as in Platonism and Aristotelian aesthetics) or is it a means of transforming the self and reality? Might it be aspirational, allowing us to achieve catharsis, as Aristotle suggests? Consider, too, how the idea of art as representation is akin to the avocado view while the idea of art as transformative is more like the artichoke view. What is the relationship between art and philosophy? Do you agree with Descartes that logic and critical thinking are the best means of achieving certainty about reality and existence, or is your view more akin to the perspective of Keats, Schelling, Schopenhauer, Nietzsche, and/or Heidegger that art is the ultimate expression of truth? How are these views a rejection of the natural standpoint we see adopted by empiricism and rationalism and rejected by phenomenology? Do some kinds of art (music, for example) express the truth more fully than others? How so? How does the idea and purpose of art differ across cultures?
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essay question: Has Descartes succeeded in demonstrating that knowledge based on sense experience is unreliable? Do the arguments of the first Meditation conclusively establish that we should not trust our senses?
Marking criteria for the essay These are the criteria that will be used in marking the essays. You may want to ask yourself the following questions when writing it:
• Clarity of expression: how clearly are the ideas expressed? • Direction/relevance: to what extent does the essay address the question? • Understanding: to what extent does the essay display an understanding of the material? • Exposition: if a summary of a text/argument was included, how thorough/accurate is it? • Structure: how well structured is the material? • Analysis/criticism: how analytical/critical is the essay? • Research: how well researched is the essay? • Originality/independence: how much independent thought does the essay display?
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Instructions and Guidelines: 4 pp., double-spaced, 12pt. standard font, 1″ margins, and page numbers. Select and read seven of the twenty-eight chapters in The Essential Rumi (Barks translation, 2004). Based on your readings, write a four page essay that answers the following questions. Be sure to include references to individual poems in your answers. There is no need to list the individual chapters, but let me know at least which poems you have in mind as you construct your answers. (No need for elaborate footnotes; instead just incorporate the name of the poems into your essay.) Identify the major themes in Rumi’s work from the chapters you chose, and then construct an argument with a clear thesis that answers these questions: 1. What is distinctively Islamic in Rumi’s work, if anything? To which extent is Rumi a “universal” poet? Why? 2. What does Rumi’s work reveal about the spiritual values of the Islamic world in the thirteenth century, often called the “Islamic Golden Age?” You may deal with each of the questions separately, or in a way that brings together both of the questions in your argument. Aim for realistic paragraphs that stand for at least one clear thought.
Question: Suppose that moral relativism is true. To what does it commit you? First, briefly explain what moral relativism is, and consider at least one consequence Rachels discusses in “The Challenge from Cultural Relativism”. Do you agree or disagree with Rachels that moral relativism has this implication? Explain. It is important to remember that in addressing this topic, you need to formulate a thesis, provide an argument, consider an objection, and provide a response to this objection.
What do these two events reveal about who God is and how relates to humankind.? What is the significance in the formation of gods people? Does OT revolve around these two events ? Awareness of debates around dates and historicity of the exodus and exile, single paragraph. Concentrate on narrative books.
In the field of psychology, it is important for research to be conducted ethically. This is important for protecting research participants from potential harm and ensuring that their rights are not violated.
Often times, many different people work on a research project. Anyone who is part of a research study can run into ethical issues.
At these times, the choice made can have important outcomes for the participant, the study, and the person who is making the choice.
Watch the video: The Research Clinic.
Choose which role you want to assume (Principal Investigator, Study Coordinator, IRB Administrator, or Research Assistant), and please respond to the following:
1. Discuss two of the choices you had to make, and explain what you learned about ethical issues from these choices.
2. How can the choices made within the role you chose affect the outcome of the study and those who are participating in the study?
3. What factors (ex. personal, funding, etc.) might sometimes lead to unethical choices?
– Word Count : 4400 – Harvard style referencing – Add 30+ references – Make sure work is clear and UK based. –
Expectation of Dissertation- To produce a non-empirical based research report that synthesizes and critically appraises different aspects of discplinary knowledge in terms of theory, methodology and findings with reference to policy and/or practice.
– FOLLOW LAYOUT FOR DOCUMENTARY BASED RESEARCH PROJECT (ATTACHMENT IS ADDED)
Research Question – What are the potentional effects of rising incidence of Islamophobia on the well-being of Muslim children and young people?