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Any topic. Long enough for a 5 minute video. Has to be a good argument. Must inc

Any topic. Long enough for a 5 minute video. Has to be a good argument. Must include outline of speech please.
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Discipline: Any Topic

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How do you interpret Ophelia’s claim? Discuss this sentence with your explanatio

How do you interpret Ophelia’s claim? Discuss this sentence with your explanation of multiple
realizability thesis and functionalism (i.e., pain as a functional role).

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How do you interpret Ophelia’s claim? Discuss this sentence with your explanatio

How do you interpret Ophelia’s claim? Discuss this sentence with your explanation of multiple
realizability thesis and functionalism (i.e., pain as a functional role).

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Submission Format: MS Word Format is preferred but PDF is also acceptable. Requi

Submission Format:
MS Word Format is preferred but PDF is also acceptable.
Required Length:
Your essay should have a minimum of 1000 words and should not exceed 1500 (4-6 double spaced pages)
Research and Works Cited:
You must include at least three high-quality source (and at least one for each of the artists mentioned below). Use in-text citations to indicate when you are referencing a source and include a works cited page at the end of your document. Sources/Bibliographies and long quotes do not count towards your minimum word count.
Paper Directions:
SEE CROSS-CULTURAL AESTHETICS – Part 7, 8 & 9 VIDEOS FOR DETAILS & EXAMPLES
The French artist ORLAN has undergone years of plastic surgery in order to resemble icons of beauty from the western art cannon. The American artist Chris Burden has been shot, crucified and nearly starved to death in his performances. Both of them have modified (or for Burden injured & endangered) their own bodies and presented them as artworks or art performances. Your paper should answer…
(1) According to Dutton’s Cluster Criteria* for art, should ORLAN’s modified body be considered an artwork? Should Burden’s “performances” such as Shoot (1971) Transfixed (1974) or Through the Night Softly (1973) be considered art? Yes? No? Indeterminate but leaning towards art? Indeterminate but leaning towards not-art?
(2) Does either one of them have stronger claim to being an artwork than the other, and why? Be sure to include some discussion of how each of the cluster criteria below would either apply or fail to apply in these cases. Also include discussion on whether or not you think any of the cluster criteria should be “weighted” more strongly than the other.
(3) Also, identify at least one aesthetic theory/definition of art that would arrive at a conclusion significantly different conclusion from the cluster criteria approach. Explain why its conclusion is different and which conclusion seems more reasonable to you. This portion of the essay should share your opinion on the validity of the cluster approach as a definition of art (in comparison to other approaches).
Dutton’s Cluster Criteria for Art:
These criteria are outlined in Section II of A Naturalist Definition of Art Download A Naturalist Definition of ArtPreview the document by Dennis Dutton*
1. Skill
2. Direct pleasure
3. Style
4.Criticism
5. Representation
6. Special focus
7. Imaginative Experience
8. Novelty or Creativity
9. Expressive Individuality
10. Emotional Saturation
11. Intellectual Challenge
12. Art traditions or institutions
*The attentive student may note and be confused that D. Dutton denies his “recognition criteria” qualify as a Cluster Theory in this paper. Dutton eventually changed his mind on this and described the criteria as a cluster theory in The Art Instinct (2009). The book version of the criteria (which is nearly identical to the paper above) is available here Download here.
Rubric
Aesthetics Paper Rubric
Aesthetics Paper Rubric
Criteria Ratings Pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeArgument / Support
The student writes a strong, concise and clear argument which is supported by reasoning and evidence.
10 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeVocabulary / Concepts
The student generously employs concepts from Philosophy of Art in making their argument. The student demonstrates understanding of these concepts by using them accurately.
10 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeStyle
The paper is grammatically correct with no spelling errors and follows MLA format.
10 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeStructure
The paper is readable and easy to follow. The student stays focused on their subject and presents their case in a logical order.
10 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeRequirements
Directions have been followed. The paper is written in a professional tone. It meets the required minimum word count. The paper contains in-text citations of sources and a works cited page which follows MLA format.
10 pts
Total Points: 50

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If its possible if you can make up a story where my part is that a man who will

If its possible if you can make up a story where my part is that a man who will convert to another religion which then opens up his life. and where he was blinded by the life without facing religiously . then one day he heard about that specific religion where ( he was chained up) but because of that a chain was unlocked and went to know more about the religion which was the awakening force.

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Write a paper of no fewer than nine pages in length on this topic which is the E

Write a paper of no fewer than nine pages in length on this topic which is the Environmental Responsibility of Engineers. You must utilize a minimum of three philosophical sources. Include a complete bibliography. make Environmental Responsibility of Engineers, you must utilize” Land Ethic”.
The paper will be graded on the accuracy of content and clarity of expression.
use the philosophical sources that I attach please mention all of them clearly take some quotes from them and site them.

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All the instructions are in the file provides PLEASE read it carefully. The Clas

All the instructions are in the file provides PLEASE read it carefully.
The Class name is Family and Personal Development.

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Temperament Type and Learning Style Hide Assignment Information Instructions TEM

Temperament Type and Learning Style
Hide Assignment Information
Instructions
TEMPERAMENT TYPE PAPER – DUE November 22nd TO ASSIGNMENT BOX IN D2L
Prepare a 2-3 page paper discussing your four-letter temperament type. Are the descriptions you have read an accurate diagnosis of your true temperament? Discuss two significant areas or events in your life, which support the description of your type.

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Make a PowerPoint presentation or an annotated outline that covers a chosen topi

Make a PowerPoint presentation or an annotated outline that covers a chosen topic from the textbook. Find another source to supplement the information taken from the textbook. Ensure that the source is a quality source. Present the information in a PowerPoint presentation or an annotated outline. The PowerPoint presentation or annotated outline needs to clearly outline all of the important information about the topic you have chosen. Imagine delivering the PowerPoint or the annotated outline to an audience that is new to the subject matter. Cite your sources.
Choose a topic from the textbook to make a PowerPoint presentation or annotated outline.
Do some research. Find another quality source: Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy Links to an external site., academic articles, primary sources, etc.
Provide at least two sources (your textbook and at least one other source). Be sure to cite your sources.
Use the information you have gathered to create a well-organized PowerPoint presentation with 7-10 slides or an annotated outline.
Be sure that your PowerPoint or annotated outline delivers all of the relevant information:
Introduction: Introduce the reader/audience to your chosen topic. Include a clear definition or description of the topic followed by a brief but clear explanation of this definition/description. Use your book and at least one additional source.
Explain the importance of your topic and why others should find it interesting. Use at least one source that agrees with your position and another source that does not agree with your position (in other words cite one source that agrees with you and one that does not).
Explain the importance of your topic to an audience that knows little or nothing about it. Provide some reason for the audience to care about this and try to motivate them to learn more on their own.
Conclusion: Provide a summary of your topic. Include one or two sentences to clearly describe the topic and its importance.
Here is a reference for the PowerPoint Download reference for the PowerPoint. Here is a reference for the annotated outline Download reference for the annotated outline.
Do not put your name or the course name anywhere in your PowerPoint presentation or annotated outline.
Determine which degree plan you are pursuing: AA, AS, AAT, AAS
When you save your PowerPoint or annotated outline only use one of the following as a file name:
AA
AS
AAT
AAS
Grading Criteria
How this will be graded (see rubric for more detailed information):
Organization and delivery: Is the project consistent in its use of the material?
Mechanics: Does the project use language that the audience can understand without having taken this course?
Supporting material: Does the project use good and sources? Is there good reason to believe the sources know the topic well and present it fairly?
Central message: Does the project clearly and accurately present the information? Does it take a clear position on the topic that does not change (for example supporting or rejecting some part of the topic)?
Introducing Philosophy by Robert C. Solomon

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Make a PowerPoint presentation or an annotated outline that covers a chosen topi

Make a PowerPoint presentation or an annotated outline that covers a chosen topic from the textbook. Find another source to supplement the information taken from the textbook. Ensure that the source is a quality source. Present the information in a PowerPoint presentation or an annotated outline. The PowerPoint presentation or annotated outline needs to clearly outline all of the important information about the topic you have chosen. Imagine delivering the PowerPoint or the annotated outline to an audience that is new to the subject matter. Cite your sources.
Choose a topic from the textbook to make a PowerPoint presentation or annotated outline.
Do some research. Find another quality source: Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy Links to an external site., academic articles, primary sources, etc.
Provide at least two sources (your textbook and at least one other source). Be sure to cite your sources.
Use the information you have gathered to create a well-organized PowerPoint presentation with 7-10 slides or an annotated outline.
Be sure that your PowerPoint or annotated outline delivers all of the relevant information:
Introduction: Introduce the reader/audience to your chosen topic. Include a clear definition or description of the topic followed by a brief but clear explanation of this definition/description. Use your book and at least one additional source.
Explain the importance of your topic and why others should find it interesting. Use at least one source that agrees with your position and another source that does not agree with your position (in other words cite one source that agrees with you and one that does not).
Explain the importance of your topic to an audience that knows little or nothing about it. Provide some reason for the audience to care about this and try to motivate them to learn more on their own.
Conclusion: Provide a summary of your topic. Include one or two sentences to clearly describe the topic and its importance.
Here is a reference for the PowerPoint Download reference for the PowerPoint. Here is a reference for the annotated outline Download reference for the annotated outline.
Do not put your name or the course name anywhere in your PowerPoint presentation or annotated outline.
Determine which degree plan you are pursuing: AA, AS, AAT, AAS
When you save your PowerPoint or annotated outline only use one of the following as a file name:
AA
AS
AAT
AAS
Grading Criteria
How this will be graded (see rubric for more detailed information):
Organization and delivery: Is the project consistent in its use of the material?
Mechanics: Does the project use language that the audience can understand without having taken this course?
Supporting material: Does the project use good and sources? Is there good reason to believe the sources know the topic well and present it fairly?
Central message: Does the project clearly and accurately present the information? Does it take a clear position on the topic that does not change (for example supporting or rejecting some part of the topic)?
Introducing Philosophy by Robert C. Solomon