Ethics in Advertising

Your initial discussion thread is due on Day 3 (Thursday) and you have until Day 7 (Monday) to respond to your classmates. Your grade will reflect both the quality of your initial post and the depth of your responses. Refer to the Discussion Forum Grading Rubric under the Settings icon above for guidance on how… Continue reading Ethics in Advertising

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Higher calling of friendship

we learned about the rarity of what Aristotle calls “soul friendship” or what Emerson calls “divine” friendship. Most philosophers concur that cultivating such a friendship requires an openness to it, an awareness that it will not likely occur, and a stringent honesty and affection. In this week’s reading material, the following philosophers discuss their views… Continue reading Higher calling of friendship

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Disruption of Tradition

“Type soulfriends, or even worse “soulmate” into an internet search engine and some of the most syrupy aphorisms on friendship will be returned for your edification… the trouble with this sentimental haze and commodification is that it cheapens an idea of enormous human value: the spirituality of friendship is not something that can simply be… Continue reading Disruption of Tradition

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Gender Difference in Friendship

Most women experience their closest friendships with those of the same sex. Men have suffered more of a stigma in terms of sharing deep bonds with other men. Open affection and connection is not actively encouraged among men. Recent changes in society might impact this, especially with the advent of the meterosexual male. “The meterosexual… Continue reading Gender Difference in Friendship

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Friendship and Diversity

 In the classical, Greek period, friendship consisted of close bonds between men of essentially the same race and social standing. It was unheard of for men and women to enjoy friendships or for a master and slave to interact socially.  This changed a bit in Roman times, and today, many of us enjoy a lot… Continue reading Friendship and Diversity

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Sexual identity and Friendship today

n this week’s reading material, the following philosophers discuss their views on this topic: Simone de Beauvoir, Thomas Aquinas, MacIntyre, Friedman, Hunt, and Foucault. Make sure to incorporate their views as you answer each discussion question. Think about how their views may be similar or different from your own. Your initial post should be at… Continue reading Sexual identity and Friendship today

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Definition of a Person

750-1000 words. What is a person? Why? Worries? Who are you? Worries? Each part is about 150 words. Get Professional Assignment Help Cheaply Are you busy and do not have time to handle your assignment? Are you scared that your paper will not make the grade? Do you have responsibilities that may hinder you from… Continue reading Definition of a Person

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