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This paper is explaining what impossibilism is and the argument for it. As well

This paper is explaining what impossibilism is and the argument for it. As well as, finding the flaws or possible issues with the agreement. I will attach my last paper on it, as well as, my professors comments on it. The directions/rubric will be attached as well. Thank you !

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Everything you need is provided below. I have attached the prompt questions and

Everything you need is provided below. I have attached the prompt questions and the article with it. Thank you for ur help!
Directions: “Read the provided paper (or part of a paper) that discuss the moral theories we have covered in class and to apply the author’s reasoning to examples given in the topic. You do not need to consult any outside resources other than the paper. As a rough guideline, your paper should be around 650-800 words. This is a rough guideline so don’t be concerned if your paper is slightly shorter and don’t worry about editing it down if it is slightly longer.”

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1. paper should be between 1200-1500 words. 2. The paper should be in PDF forma

1. paper should be between 1200-1500 words.
2. The paper should be in PDF format. Times Roman font; 12-point, double-spaced, with one-inch margins top, bottom, left, and right.
Here is the paper prompt you will write about
**You are the sixth judge in the case of the Speluncean Explorers. Write a ruling that decides whether to affirm or overturn the original ruling in the case. Your ruling must tackle the remaining judge’s arguments as well as show a knowledge of the various theories of the law covered in the text book attached below.

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Please watch the video below and write your review about Psychological Egoism. P

Please watch the video below and write your review about Psychological Egoism. Please write 2 to 3 paragrah and do not forget to cite your review.

Make sure to answer all 4 questions in detail.
1. What did you learn from the video?
2. What stood out for you and why?
3. What did you agree/disagree with and why?
4. What questions came up for you while watching the video?

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Unit 2 Applied Philosophy Paper Please click on the Unit 2 Paper link just above

Unit 2 Applied Philosophy Paper
Please click on the Unit 2 Paper link just above, then in the “Assignment Submission” section in the middle of the page attach a file containing your paper. Be sure to check the Course Calendar for the due date. This assignment is worth 100 points. NOTE: in order to earn full points the student must fully address ALL of the assignment requirements stated below.
In a 750-1000 word essay, please respond to the following:
Analyze and explain Epicurus’ famous proclamation: “Thanks be to blessed Nature because she has made what is necessary easy to supply, and what is not easy unnecessary…The right understanding of these facts enables us to refer all choice and avoidance to the health of the body and the soul’s freedom from disturbance, since this is the aim of the life of blessedness.” Do you agree or disagree with this assessment of the good life, and why?
In support of your argument, please refer to specific passages from the video (Alain de Botton’s “Epicurus on Happiness—Philosophy: A Guide to Happiness,” available on YouTube via the link below). Students are also required to directly quote at least two relevant passages from the Epicurus reading with APA or MLA formatted in-text citations.
LINK TO VIDEO: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=irornIAQzQY
LINK TO BOOK: https://learn-us-east-1-prod-fleet02-xythos.content.blackboardcdn.com/61cd2fd7d62eb/9044524?X-Blackboard-Expiration=1669863600000&X-Blackboard-Signature=DQMcifJNNalsNn8fPqA44kw1gA3nHevJ6lVAnV7RCyc%3D&X-Blackboard-Client-Id=157653&response-cache-control=private%2C%20max-age%3D21600&response-content-disposition=inline%3B%20filename%2A%3DUTF-8%27%27Philosophy%2520%2526%2520the%2520Good%2520Life%2520Full%2520Text%25281%2529.pdf&response-content-type=application%2Fpdf&X-Amz-Security-Token=IQoJb3JpZ2luX2VjEGYaCXVzLWVhc3QtMSJIMEYCIQCL%2Bfj7FNEfgVo7dMIj3VCACox%2F4qnjXaARhv%2Bln%2Bw7PQIhAPWK2UnlczlvsYkmYExxA1ZYCWQQ%2FEzkh7ubKFdkY2bKKswECH8QAhoMNjM1NTY3OTI0MTgzIgwsmea0ufn1JMJbIOYqqQR7FPzvVAv69glqP23yfEqQW%2B%2BTcDUS5GPodbIEx4F8DcdjdpAJxKFhYrryhWzO5yCP3To0x%2Fzrs6QXv7FvX7IfFrilafnJHHlXjFbjghuCAb%2F%2FZXFXh%2FtLgkyFx18Z%2F3%2FpnsNi2GvnbMHiOYjQc%2BTvvFoR3nw%2B6bP5JPw0peqnOmIhbk9afM9THD9%2FosNMaCBWZr0Mvrf5AzfM23G6s5%2FIcI8rLltIH%2BX4s%2BNXYBf18lztK5MwDZ5yRRHi78so%2BSoKw5gR%2Bkn14Md%2B%2F04NLAErzYt88ePD8wX68OcTnEzig5r6VHj1kyYrOThoUwm34u0Y3jTqbdclJ8KP2Wvh6yFpCT31wt6c5PHyIjTtmYUv74DHosE5maZU1%2BO8IL2UAEikMrKH1vf0Cz69mI%2FTa9Ycx42DGoMSm1D5XMpX%2B8iyFANr%2BEoItP%2FkJUk6%2BHK4E09v3BOON1DKB%2BLG0SeMi9rSIw8eVakriIxdcubDl13IsrcHtyZ%2B6LeQSaBIcbABVM3BGkIZD3HigFm%2BKrhegoDmmCDOhUf9Xd9SnDOpT4zSiF2%2BnyWShV1pYRvagvBQzY3wmQ6qRIUuxwHvrHge46UY1yjmDECCYoDx4fUbt6QAo387fCWyXHjF%2BuXwxRJNHtZkFojlabcEF3OkbViiflS7gO4w0xctVvR8gx9s3e75pJ%2FcHaxHU9qDxQRqLXhgDPwndKXfqU0HLuCkUD%2FI9FYQDdqfGR3chybkMJCfn5wGOqgBwnU1%2FPPHiGBLWsKv7s50nrQmNctWKukbGlFkI%2FXVuuo%2B%2BgA1oVexVf2D%2B%2Fi9wNyVAMQLxh7Wog%2B6IyqESPypnkefyjZXjBzPbc8AJaLDGb4CtHSHQ5juVTEx4hYk7KndLkJ2Y%2BbueW3oEkI5vcB4wzhHNv73pT7pGoDBtl0HCjtv%2Fnxl5np3MaZglilnXxVxvxGjdMu5WXP1FMyFXPdJah1ZjgnNl74R&X-Amz-Algorithm=AWS4-HMAC-SHA256&X-Amz-Date=20221130T210000Z&X-Amz-SignedHeaders=host&X-Amz-Expires=21600&X-Amz-Credential=ASIAZH6WM4PLTHGWE7D2%2F20221130%2Fus-east-1%2Fs3%2Faws4_request&X-Amz-Signature=422c3e7ed8d96cbdbd8d9808b736454dca15ede9958d87375ec545f0951a8f2f

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To answer this prompt, you will have to discuss 1) Beauvoir’s treatment of the g

To answer this prompt, you will have to discuss 1) Beauvoir’s treatment of the genuinely free human in The Ethics of Ambiguity, 2) Freud’s assessment of the struggle between Eros and Thanatos in relation to human happiness, and 3) Camus’s analysis of the absurd and his insistence on not engaging in an act of eluding the absurd through a leap into faith or hope.
Make sure to explain the central insight of each of these thinkers, i.e., 1, 2, and 3 above. Also, consider what each author would say about what a human being is, what drives a human being, and what underlies human existence, respectively. Once you’ve done that, assess how this insight does or does not lead to a concern for other human beings.

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Your third essay is a little more open-ended then your first two, though still f

Your third essay is a little more open-ended then your first two, though still focused on the text. For this final section of the class, I have had you read a contemporary philosophical text – Wolf’s argument about how we should understand life’s meaning, and her argument for why this is significant. You also read four comments on her argument and her response to those arguments.
For this final essay, I would like you to continue that work of comment and response. In your essay, you should present a “comment” on Wolf’s work. Specifically, identify areas where you would challenge Wolf’s argument, suggest places where it could be improved or developed, or suggest alternative ways to approach the topic she presents. In doing so, you should situate your comments in relation to Wolf’s text, making reference to specific ideas (and potentially passages) in her. This should be a substantial and extended comment, and should have an overall sense of cohesion. You should also make sure you are commenting based on what you think Wolf is trying to do, not necessarily based on what you would do if you were writing an essay on the meaning of life and why it matters. In other words, if you have comments that go in substantially different directions than Wolf, your focus should be on why those different directions you would go matter for what Wolf says.
Like the comments you read in Wolf’s text, your comment should be multiple paragraphs (and multiple pages). Once you have made that comment then, you should follow it with an argument for how you think Wolf might respond to your comment. You can signal this with something like “I think Wolf would respond to my thoughts by saying . . .” as the opening to the first paragraph of your discussion of what you postulate as her response – or something along those lines. Make sure you explain, based on what you read in Wolf’s original essays and in Wolf’s responses to her commenters.
Although you can write this as one continuous essay, if you find it easier to break this into two sections with their own headers, one for your comment, and one for what you think Wolf’s response might be, do so.
In some ways, this may be the most challenging of the essays you have written, because *you* not only have to come up with what you want to say, but figure out how you relate that back to Wolf. The format is more open ended than the previous two essays, and that gives you more freedom and more challenge. Use the questions I have listed below as a guide to make sure you accomplish everything you should.

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Is an essay about my community service. I worked in social media for politicians

Is an essay about my community service. I worked in social media for politicians and I worked with old people getting their pressure taken. Just invent something related to that and that it changed my life.

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The quiz is attached in the files below. The questions with the red font DO NOT

The quiz is attached in the files below.
The questions with the red font DO NOT NEED TO BE SOLVED, they are already solved.
Solve the questions that are blank.
Follow the rules of implication and replacement sheet that is also in the files below. You are going to need to follow that in order to solve these problems.
There are hints underneath every question to help including how many lines in total there are.

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Simone de Beauvoir’s Introduction to The Second Sex using the discourse of inter

Simone de Beauvoir’s Introduction to The Second Sex using the discourse of intersectionality developed in Kimberlé Crenshaw’s “Mapping the Margins.” What does de Beauvoir claim it means to be a woman, what does she mean by this claim, and what is the reasoning behind it? What does Kimberlé Crenshaw’s idea of intersectionality mean? Given that definition, does de Beauvoir’s “Introduction” offer an intersectional analysis? Why or why not? Your paper will argue that Simone de Beauvoir’s introduction [does or does not] offer an intersectional analysis.