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Does language betray thought? 1- – Revealing slip, repressed thought (Freud)

Does language betray thought?
1-
– Revealing slip, repressed thought (Freud)
-Misunderstandings
-Language encloses thought (grammar etc)
2-
-Language & thought are inseparable
-Language faithful witness: we turn our tongue 7 times in the mouth before speaking (we think before speaking)
3-
– At fault: The use of language and not the language
-The background cannot be translated (limit of psychoanalysis)
-It is up to everyone not to be betrayed (simplifying language)

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Philosophy

Does language betray thought? 1- – Revealing slip, repressed thought (Freud)

Does language betray thought?
1-
– Revealing slip, repressed thought (Freud)
-Misunderstandings
-Language encloses thought (grammar etc)
2-
-Language & thought are inseparable
-Language faithful witness: we turn our tongue 7 times in the mouth before speaking (we think before speaking)
3-
– At fault: The use of language and not the language
-The background cannot be translated (limit of psychoanalysis)
-It is up to everyone not to be betrayed (simplifying language)

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Philosophy

Why?

The following questions may serve as guide to your topics :
What Daoist concepts/perspectives do you find most relevant or inspiring to your understanding of life, humanity, and nature? Why? Please integrate real life experience with psycho-philosophical contemplations.
The principles of Daoist life cultivation imply authentic, wuwei, and natural (ziran, self-so) way of living. Does it mean for us to choose an easy/lazy path with minimum struggle ? What is the purpose of Daoist life cultivation to you ? Please integrate real life experience as well as psycho-philosophical contemplations.
How possibly can today’s science and technology contribute to Daoist life cultivation? Or put in another way: how Daoist principles can lead a wiser way of using technology and social media ?
What are the takeaways from elegant gathering presentations? Daoist Arts?
Please, see my essays below. It will give you my perspective. Final paper can be the combination of both essays, expanded version. I love the writer Dr Wayne W Dyer “Change Your Thoughts, Change Your Life”.
Essay #1
https://docs.google.com/document/d/19u9C5RBjokJGosSSBxOQhHOwiSRn1NNrWLiuOV09RYQ/edit
Essay #2
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1sezUMmeKPzkO1GC_oF_gdldzICDLsnXBix7J9kCpVAQ/edit

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In what ways are they similar?

Compare and contrast Plato’s and Aristotle’s ethics. In what ways are they similar?
In what ways do they differ?

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If more days are needed we can work on it.

This is a bracket of a couple of different assignment of different classes but I will pay more due to how I’m posting this. If more days are needed we can work on it. My email is robertbrent22@gmail.com. Details will be provided there. I am willing to pay if my work will be done completely and organized.

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Explains the material this week as if you were teaching the last week′s material.

For the final weekly assignment you get to design the unit 13 lecture. Begin by reading the two essays assigned for this unit. Consider their place in the broader context of the class.
Create a power point presentation that first summarizes this week′s readings. Explains the material this week as if you were teaching the last week′s material. You will use written words rather than pictures to convey the meaning of the material. Once you have a nice summary in place consider how this weeks material unifies everything we′ve learned. Try to summarize the class mentioned other ideas that we′ve learned over the weeks.
Aim for at least 10 slides (title slide included) however you may go as far over that as you need. Please don′t bog down your presentation with visuals and bullet points. Think of this as a presentation/paper but one where you get to highlight whatever you find most significant. What you write down on your slides should be substantial like an essay. Use my slides as an example.
Your lecture should show good understanding of the reading and synthesize information together. Spend roughly the first 80% explaining/summarizing the reading from this unit. Then, think of the remaining part as the concluding thought for the class. In the last 20% think about the ideas and concepts that meant the most to you (not unit 1). Try to integrate those things with the content from the unit 13 readings. End your essay with a ″most important point″ that brings everything together. Below you will find a starter slide-set to begin with. Use this power point file to work from.
As an alternative format you may also use Adobe Spark to complete this assignment. Just borrow the starter image from the power point file below and construct your spark page in a manner that is comparable to a slide show. Please do not hand in a .key file or google slides. Blackboard cannot handle these formats. You may work with these programs but you would need to upload your assignment as a pdf.
Save your file as a power point. Please upload your completed lecture to a course message sent to me. Don′t save it as a .key file as blackboard cannot handle that format. Please don′t try to email it to me. I won′t accept it that way. If you forgot how to send a course message see the ″course tour″ video in the syllabus folder. Save the completed project with the file name ″Unit 13 – your name″ If, instead, your created your assignment as a spark page please send the link as a course message. Make sure to put your name at the beginning of your presentation.

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(a) what, according to each thinker, distinguishes one class from another?

Prompt: Compare and contrast Wollstonecraft’s and Marx’s thoughts on “class.” (a) What, according to each thinker, distinguishes one class from another? (b) What motivates each thinker to discuss class distinctions in the first place?
Needs in text citations from both wollstonecraft and marx’s

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Do not include direct quotations from the text or other published material.

Students are required to submit one of these two papers. It is your choice which to submit. Keep in mind that there are eight papers assigned, and students must submit a total of five. Assuming that you turn in four of the other assigned papers, you may safely skip one of these; assuming you do not go over five papers, you may safely submit both of these.
Papers are to be submitted as PDF files on Moodle. It is your responsibility to confirm that your papers are submitted successfully. Late papers will not be accepted for a grade.
Mechanics
Papers are to be approximately 1300-1500 words, using double-spacing and normal font and margin sizes. The papers are to be polished for organization, spelling and grammar.
Content/Topic Free will and Determinism. Be detailed and specific. Then explain and support what you take to be the best response to the problem. Finally, consider either an alternative response or a direct criticism of your preferred response, and defend your view against the alternative or criticism.
Explain the problem of free will and determinism. Be detailed and specific. Then explain and support what you take to be the best response to the problem. Finally, consider either an alternative response or a direct criticism of your preferred response, and defend your view against the alternative or criticism.
You are required to focus exclusively on the arguments and viewpoints studied in class and to elaborate in your own words what these arguments and viewpoints say and how they are logically related to one another. These are not research papers, and outside research is discouraged. Do not include direct quotations from the text or other published material. Part of the point is for you to practice explaining these ideas in your own words. Your essay will be evaluated by how you demonstrate knowledge of course content (readings and lectures) and by how well you reason out your answers, as well as by the quality of your writing (organization, spelling and grammar).
Grading Criteria
Each paper is worth 50pts. Papers will be graded on (1) how well they demonstrate knowledge of course content, (2) how well they reason out their answers, and (3) the quality of their writing.
See table below.
A+ 50 A47 A- 45
B+ 44 B42 B- 40
C+ 39 C37 C- 35
D+ 34 D32 D- 30
0-29pts
Exceptional
Very good
Adequate
Deficient but worthy of credit
Seriously deficient
These papers demonstrate deep knowledge of relevant course material; carefully and thoroughly reason out their conclusions; and are very well polished for organization, spelling and grammar.
These papers fall between adequate and exceptional. They may have some features of both. Perhaps they demonstrate deep knowledge and are carefully argued, but there are too many grammatical errors.
These papers clear the bar. They do the job. But they do not exceed the standards of basic adequacy in terms of demonstrated knowledge of course material, reasoning things out, and quality of writing.
These papers fall short on at least one of the three criteria, but may be adequate in other ways.
These papers fall short on at least two of the three criteria, perhaps far short. They do not redeem their shortcomings in other ways.

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No info can be from the internet or any outside sources.

The question that needs to be answered in a page is “what is the problem with classes?” I attached a reading, that’s where all the information is. No info can be from the internet or any outside sources. Only directly from the reading attached!

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How does it go about this process?

Quote sparingly and add PDF name and page number.
When answering question 1. Make a Point 2. Provide an example 3. Explain why this is important
1. What are the needs of the political community? What must all political communities do to insure their survival? What about Philosophy? What does philosophy seek? How does it go about this process?
Now, please compare and contrast the Socrates of the Clouds, with the Socrates of the Platonic dialogues.
2. Is Socrates against nature, or following it? Please draw examples from Aristophanes’ The Clouds and the relevant Platonic Dialogues.
3. Does Socrates use the “unjust” speech? In order to answer this question, you should first define what the unjust speech is. Why is it unjust? And, is Socrates guilty of using it? If so, why? If not, why?
4. Does he invent new Gods? Or, does he follow the Gods of the city, i.e., the
Delphic Oracle?
5. Last, does Socrates corrupt the youth? What is your opinion?
Note: The files uploaded aren’t the complete source material and are missing “Platos Crito” if the writer can acquire ISBN-13 : 978-0801485749 for this, then it would be greatly appreciated. Also quoting from the text Is required so please use these files as best as possible with “Plato’s Crito” attachbcied being a substitute file.