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PHI 413V Week 2 Discussion Question 1 and 2

PHI 413V Week 2 Discussion Question 1 and 2

PHI 413V Week 2 Topic 2 Discussion 1: What is the Christian concept of the imago dei? How might it be important to healthcare, and why is it relevant? PHI 413V Week 2 Topic 2 Discussion 2: As you reflect on Meilaender’s readings, what is his distinction between procreation and reproduction, as well as that of being begotten versus being made? Do you agree with his description? Why or why not?
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PHI 413V Week 5 Discussion Question 1 and 2

PHI 413V Week 5 Discussion Question 1 and 2

PHI 413V Week 5 Topic 5 Discussion 1: What is your definition of "spiritual care?" How does it differ or accord with the description given in the topic readings? Explain. PHI 413V Week 5 Topic 5 Discussion 2: When it comes to facilitating spiritual care for patients with worldviews different from your own, what are your strengths and weaknesses? If you were the patient, who would have the final say in terms of ethical decision-making and intervention in the event of a difficult situation?
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PHI 413V Week 4 Discussion Question 1 and 2

PHI 413V Week 4 Discussion Question 1 and 2

PHI 413V Week 4 Topic 4 Discussion 1: How often do you engage with or witness death in your work? How has this experience or the lack of it shaped your view of death? Has it gotten easier or harder for you to accept the fact of death? As you explain, include your clinical specialty. PHI 413V Week 4 Topic 4 Discussion 2: Reflect on the analysis of the sin of suicide and thus, euthanasia from the topic readings. Do you agree? Why or why not? Refer to the lecture and topic readings in your response.
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PHI 413V Week 3 Discussion Question 1 and 2

PHI 413V Week 3 Discussion Question 1 and 2

PHI 413V Week 3 Topic 3 Discussion 1: Principalism, especially in the context of bioethics in the United States, has often been critiqued for raising the principle of autonomy to the highest place, such that it trumps all other principles or values. How would you rank the importance of each of the four principles? How do you believe they would be ordered in the context of the Christian biblical narrative? Refer to the lecture and topic readings in your response. PHI 413V Week 3 Topic 3 Discussion 2: What do the four parts of the Christian Biblical Narrative (i.e., creation, fall, redemption, and restoration) say about the nature of God and of reality in relation to the reality of sickness and disease? From where would one find comfort and hope in the light of illness according to this narrative? Explain in detail each part of the narrative above and analyze the implications.
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PHI 413V Week 1 Discussion Question 1 and 2

PHI 413V Week 1 Discussion Question 1 and 2

PHI 413V Week 1 Topic 1 Discussion 1: The ethos of scientism and postmodernism has exacerbated the perceived philosophical and cultural tension between science and religion. What is your perception of this tension? Use the lecture and the topic readings to support your response. PHI 413V Week 1 Topic 1 Discussion 2: What aspects of the topic readings do you find the most interesting? What is your view of the analysis of disease and healing in the readings? Explain.
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NR 704 Week 8 You Decide Reflection

NR 704 Week 8 You Decide Reflection

Distinguish the roles and relationships between epidemiology and biostatistics in the prevention of disease and the improvement of health. (PO 1) 1, 3 Utilize appropriate public health terminology and definitions of epidemiology necessary for intra-/interprofessional collaboration in advanced nursing practice. (PO 8) 1, 3 How do population interventions differ from individually focused interventions? Give an example of a holistic/biopsychosociospiritual (BPSS) intervention focused on an individual and then revise the intervention to focus on a similar population.
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HUMN 303N Week 6 Course Project First Draft; Grand Central Terminal

HUMN 303N Week 6 Course Project First Draft; Grand Central Terminal

Grand Central Terminal Grand Central Terminal, is one of the most famous architectures in New York City. This famous landmark was built in 1871 by Cornelius Vanderbilt. It served as the center for a number of railroad routes entering Manhattan. This terminal is an essential piece of history and has a significant cultural focus in the heart of NY. Many people visited and gathered at this building to see a movie, eat out at a restaurant, and learn about the history of railroads. It is often referred to as Grand Central Station, due to the fact there is a subway station underneath. This station provided a framework for books, movies and television shows. It also was famous for their Oyster Bar, where many films were shot right above it. Many people travel through Grand Central Terminal, though they probably don’t know about the captivating history and its secretive traditions it reveals.....................................................................
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HUMN 303N Week 6 Discussion Question 2 - Feminism and Literature

HUMN 303N Week 6 Discussion Question 2 - Feminism and Literature

Let’s connect the themes of the three readings and the lecture for this week to talk about how the ways feminist literature has influenced contemporary thinking? In your first post, share what you see the main themes or issues that were important the writer of at least one of the following feminist works: The Outside by Susan Glaspell (audio available in the lecture) A Society by Virginia Woolf The Solitude of Self by Elizabeth Cady Stanton Be sure to reference the specific elements of at least one of the readings or audio in your response. We’ll follow up as a class to connect these historical issues to present-day discussions of women and society.
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HUMN 303N Week 7 Course Project Final Draft; Grand Central Terminal

HUMN 303N Week 7 Course Project Final Draft; Grand Central Terminal

Grand Central Terminal Grand Central Terminal, is one of the most famous architectures in New York City. This famous landmark was built in 1871 by Cornelius Vanderbilt. It served as the center for a number of railroad routes entering Manhattan. This terminal is an essential piece of history and has a significant cultural focus in the heart of NY. Many people visited and gathered at this building to see a movie, eat out at a restaurant, and learn about the history of railroads. It is often referred to as Grand Central Station, due to the fact there is a subway station underneath. This station provided a framework for books, movies and television shows. It also was famous for their Oyster Bar, where many films were shot right above it. Many people travel through Grand Central Terminal, though they probably don’t know about the captivating history and its secretive traditions it reveals................................................................................
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HUMN 303N Week 6 Discussion Question 1 - Art and Politics

HUMN 303N Week 6 Discussion Question 1 - Art and Politics

This week, we looked at several examples of early modernist art such as Cubism, Fauvism, futurism, and expressionism. Let's discuss the relationships between these aesthetic categories and the sociopolitical climate of the period. How did the sociopolitical climate of the time period, including the two world wars, influence artists?
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HUMN 303N Week 8 Final Exam

HUMN 303N Week 8 Final Exam

Page 1 1. Question. (TCO 1) Which of the following is the legendary Minoan queen who gave birth to the Minotaur? (Points : 5) 2. Question. (TCO 2) Whose writings did Augustus NOT view favorably, resulting in this writer's permanent banishment from Rome? (Points : 5) 3. Question. (TCO 5) Which of the following is NOT among the strict, though unwritten, code of conduct that guided a knight? (Points : 5) 4. Question. (TCO 8) The author notes that Brunelleschi's investigation of optics in Arab science (particularly Alhazen'sPerspectiva) contributed to his understanding of linear perspective. Which of the following is NOT among those whose classical works were integrated into Alhazen'sPerspectiva? (Points : 5) 5. Question. (TCO 2) Who created Jupiter and Io as part of the set of paintings commissioned by Federico Gonzaga of Mantua? (Points : 5) 6. Question. (TCO 2) Who painted The Upper Falls of the Reichenbach? (Points : 5) 7. Question. (TCO 5) Which of the following includes these lines: "'Beauty is truth, truth beauty,' – that is all / Ye know on earth, and all ye need to know"? (Points : 5) 8. Question. (TCO 2) Who wrote Les Fleurs du mal, whose publication brought criminal charges and a fine? (Points : 5) 9. Question. (TCO 2) Who is the author of the Surrealist Manifesto? (Points : 5) 10. Question. (TCO 5) During the 1960s, which of the following U.S. cities was considered the center of the civil rights movement? (Points : 5) Page 2 1. Question. (TCO 5) Discuss Paul Cézanne's influence on Georges Braque, who in turn, influenced Pablo Picasso. Also, discuss one painting by Braque that you feel was influenced by Cézanne and one painting by Picasso that you feel was influenced by Braque. (Points : 50) 2. Question. (TCOs 3 and 4) Define tenebrism and discuss the purpose of its use. Discuss the presence of tenebrism in Caravaggio's art, citing at least two specific works. (Points : 50) 3. Question. (TCO 7) Discuss England's Glorious Revolution. What events led to the revolution? What were the consequences of the revolution? (Points : 50)
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HUMN 303N Week 5 Discussion Question 2 - Realism or Impressionism

HUMN 303N Week 5 Discussion Question 2 - Realism or Impressionism

For this week's discussion, choose realism or impressionism as a basis for your posts and discuss how your choice is manifested in any area of the humanities (i.e., painting, sculpture, literature, music, etc.), and give an example from any discipline in the humanities to illustrate how realism or impressionism influenced the work of art. Please be sure to give an analysis of how the work of art was influenced by the movement.
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HUMN 303N Week 7 Discussion Question 1 - Controversial Art and Censorship

HUMN 303N Week 7 Discussion Question 1 - Controversial Art and Censorship

Although controversial art is not a topic exclusive to the 20th century, the distribution of information regarding controversial art has increased with the proliferation of media. Please discuss an example of a 20th century controversial work of art from any discipline of the humanities (music, literature, sculpture, film, etc.) and an accompanying statement from the artist(s). Based on your example, to what extent does controversial art make a social contribution? Are governments ever justified in censoring art?
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HUMN 303N Week 7 Discussion Question 1 - Controversial Art and Censorship

HUMN 303N Week 7 Discussion Question 1 - Controversial Art and Censorship

Although controversial art is not a topic exclusive to the 20th century, the distribution of information regarding controversial art has increased with the proliferation of media. Please discuss an example of a 20th century controversial work of art from any discipline of the humanities (music, literature, sculpture, film, etc.) and an accompanying statement from the artist(s). Based on your example, to what extent does controversial art make a social contribution? Are governments ever justified in censoring art?
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