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Friedrich Nietzsche and the Origins of Christianity
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This 5 page report discusses Nietzsche and his views about Christianity and its origins. Nietzsche was adamant in his assertions that Christianity was at the core of humanity's lack of individualism and blind willingness to be part of what he referred to as 'the herd.' Bibliography lists 2 sources.
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Bias: All of the Implications
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6 pages in length. Bias can accurately be described as an inclination of temperament or outlook. More often than not, bias is defined as a negative outlook. Bias is nothing more than an opinion, or perhaps critical thinking. For this reason bias does not necessarily mean a negative aspect of something; bias is simply nothing more than a strong opinion, usually more slanted in one direction. This paper reflects society’s thoughts and discourse on the subject of bias. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
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Ethics and Philosophy: Three Essays
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This 10 page paper examines various concepts in ethics and philosophy. The first essay (5 pages) examines the theories of utilitarianism, deontology, egoism, subjectivism and social contract theory. The second essay (3 pages) examines normative ethics, meta-ethics, and applied ethics. The final essay is two pages and examines objectivism and relativism. Examples are provided throughout. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
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'In a Different Voice …'
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(5pp) Carol Gilligan is associate professor of education at the Harvard Graduate School of Education. Her 1982 book, In a Different Voice, presents a theory of moral development which claims that women tend to think and speak in a different way than men when they confront ethical dilemmas. Gilligan contrasts a feminine ethic of care with a masculine ethic of justice.
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