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1. First explain why Descartes considers “I am, I exist” as a model of clear and

1. First explain why Descartes considers “I am, I exist” as a model of clear and distinct knowledge. 2. Then consider Spinoza’s own explanation of distinct — or “adequate” — knowledge: both the meaning of the term and its application to the different kinds of knowledge he distinguishes in Ethics part II; 3. Finally, say whether …

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1. First explain why Descartes considers “I am, I exist” as a model of clear and

1. First explain why Descartes considers “I am, I exist” as a model of clear and distinct knowledge. 2. Then consider Spinoza’s own explanation of distinct — or “adequate” — knowledge: both the meaning of the term and its application to the different kinds of knowledge he distinguishes in Ethics part II; 3. Finally, say whether …

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Haslanger argues we cannot eliminate the category of gender because we would fail to account for social sources of inequality between men and women.

Does gender have normative significance? Haslanger argues we cannot eliminate the category of gender because we would fail to account for social sources of inequality between men and women. Explain Haslanger’s answer to this question and offer your own critical analysis of her position. Guidelines for your essay: 1. Remember, your initial discussion post must …

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Does gender have normative significance?

Does gender have normative significance? Haslanger argues we cannot eliminate the category of gender because we would fail to account for social sources of inequality between men and women. Explain Haslanger’s answer to this question and offer your own critical analysis of her position. Guidelines for your essay: 1. Remember, your initial discussion post must …

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Does gender have normative significance?

Does gender have normative significance? Haslanger argues we cannot eliminate the category of gender because we would fail to account for social sources of inequality between men and women. Explain Haslanger’s answer to this question and offer your own critical analysis of her position. Guidelines for your essay: 1. Remember, your initial discussion post must …

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Why does adam smith talk about the pin maker factory?2.

1. Why does Adam Smith talk about the pin maker factory?2. Compose a 200-word paragraph in which you explain why you agree or why you disagree with the philosopher Adam Smith on the issue of advantages and the disadvantages of the division of labor.

Don’t spend too long on this part of the task, because the next three bullet-points are the focus of this piece of work.

It is a 1000 word essay that is referred to as a gobbet as there are sections to it but i will need only gobbet 1 to be done which is detailed below. The main task is to explain what the author means. • This requires, first, introducing the longer text from which the passage …

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Describe any tips that you would give to someone that is implementing extinction for the first time.*describe a time that you have experienced punishment in your own life (for example, losing a privilege, getting a speeding ticket).

Write Your Discussion Post For this discussion, share your thoughts about punishment, extinction, and the ethical use of reductive procedures. Here are some ideas to get you started in this discussion. Choose one of the following bullets to respond to.*Imagine you are writing a letter to a school district that is currently using contingent physical …

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