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(The) "English Only" Controversy
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A 10 page comprehensive discussion of the 'English Only' controversy. Papers argues against English as our 'official' language and offers historical, socio-cultural, political, and linguistic rationale for this. Bibliography lists 10 sources.
Filename: Englisho.wps

A Comparison of Metropolitan Living to Residing in a Small Town
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This 4 page paper provides a comparison of living in metropolitan areas and small towns. This paper is created in a subject-by-subject, compare and contrast style.
Filename: JHMetr.rtf

A Comparison of the Official Web Sites of the Democrats and the Republicans
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A 4 page comparison of the web presence of these two political parties. This paper compares and contrasts the official web sites pointing out formatting and information differences. The author asserts that both parties pride themselves on providing information to the voting public but with just a brief review it becomes obvious that much of this information is really disinformation, information designed to cloud and confuse the facts. One party, however, is perhaps more guilty of this than is the other. No additional sources are listed.
Filename: PPpolPr2.rtf

A Critical Analysis of John Hospers’ “Argument Against Skepticism”
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This is a 5 page report analyzing John Hospers’ “Argument Against Skepticism”. John Hospers’ “Argument Against Skepticism” provides several requirements and conditions for “knowing”: propositions must be true, must be believed to be true and evidence must be available in support of the propositions. The question of evidence remains controversial for the most part as Hospers and critics submit that the degree of evidence must be good enough for those to believe it. “Knowing” is also considered by Hospers to have a “weak” and “strong” sense in which a “weak” sense is used by most people on a daily basis and is based on individuals’ having good reason to belief a proposition is true based on the evidence whereas a “strong” sense of knowing has absolutely conclusive evidence in support of it and is what interests philosophers the most. Hospers’ arguments differ from that of Descartes and also a great deal from the hypotheses presented by the skeptics; Descartes with the concept that knowledge itself proves existence and the skeptics presenting that nothing is known for certain. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: TJskept1.rtf


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