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"Justices Restrict Right to Sue HMO: Parties Can't Allege Malpractice if Insurance Refuses to Pay for Care"
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A 3 page review of this June 2004 article by Lisa Rapaport published in "The Bee". The author highlights the main points presented in the article and emphasizes that is useful not only in detailing the Supreme Court ruling but also in outlining the set of circumstances under which it occurred. It is just as useful, however, in the fact that it assesses what the ruling could mean to Americans.
Filename: PPhmoArt.rtf

"National Geographic": Political Propaganda or Insight into the Exotic and Fascinating?
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A 6 page discussion of the criticism that has been waged by some authors against "National Geographic". Analyzing those criticisms and evaluating them against one specific article in particular this paper concludes that "National Geographic" is not a political publication and it is not intended to be. The publication's "images are formed, selected and controlled, purveyed and read" (as one author has contended) all right but they are presented for the specific purpose of giving us a view of the exotic and the interesting not the political and controversial. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: PPntlGeo.rtf

"People-Seeds": An Analogy In the Abortion Argument
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A 6 page discussion of the concept of "person-seeds", a concept introduced by author Judith Jarvis Thomson in 1971. This paper outlines Thomson's analogy and uses it to delve deeper into the issue of the rights and wrongs of abortion. No additional sources are listed.
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"Philosophy is irrelevant; all we need is technology"
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This quote begins a 10 page paper that examines our reliance on technology and our value of philosophy. The discussion looks at the technocracy movement of the 30's, yet strikes a more moderate resolution than the quote suggests. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
Filename: BBptech.doc.


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