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For this video, choose one item that addresses a current issue and makes connections to class concepts. The item may be print or video—for example, an article from the current edition of a newspaper or magazine, a segment from a news or talk show, a...

Instructions: The Signature Assignment for this course combines all the concepts you have explored in this term. In this assignment, you will choose one of the TED Talks below and form a response based on the provided guidance. As you respond to the questions, you...

Should there be a death penalty for first-degree murder? Make an argument that either supports or opposes the use of the death penalty in first-degree murder cases. Be sure to define what is involved with first-degree murder and provide adequate...

Consider two types moral reasoning: Consequentialist and Non-Consequentialist approaches (and the specific theories involved). Which of these theories, if any, do you find most reasonable, and why? Provide a clear example to demonstrate your thinking. 400 words minimum....

This week, we are learning about categorical logic. Why is it important to understand categorical logic? Provide some examples of how you could apply these concepts to your personal and professional life (nursing) 400 words minimum, if sources used...

This week we're exploring causation and correlation. Why is it a fallacy to confuse causation and correlation? Provide an example of a statement that confuses causation with correlation. 400 words minimum, if sources used include in text citation and...

Choose an advertisement on television, on the radio, on the Internet, or in print. Describe, deconstruct, and analyze the advertisement by answering the following items: Where did you find the advertisement ? Briefly describe the scenario depicted in the advertisement....

150 words Do animals deserve the same rights as human beings? Why or why not? 2. Imagine a robot so advanced that it looks, eats, breathes, thinks, exercises free will, and has emotions just like a human. Should the robot be considered a human? Why or...