Critical Thinking 19967165

Inductive reasoning leads to the philosophical problem of induction, and conclusions you draw every day are inductive. Entertain a possibility of how these conclusions could turn out to be wrong (false). The fact that what has happened in the past cannot always predict what may happen in the future leads to uncertainty and uneasiness. In what sense are we lucky that some things do happen the way they have happened in the past? How you can improve your critical thinking by being mindful of this?

As you post your responses, please aim to include ideas from the textbook in your discussion.
ALSO PLEASE REPLY TO ANOTHER STUDENTS COMMENT BELOW 

WILLIAM:

I don’t believe there are too many things that we can reliably count on repeating themselves that are not scientifically set in stone. Sure we can count on the sun coming up every day, plants producing oxygen and so on. But anything that has a human or mechanical element to it should be taken with a grain of salt. Any of those things are subject to interference which makes them unreliable. In terms of critical thinking, this reminds me of the saying “believe half of what you see and none of what you hear”. Ultimately most of these things are only good to be taken at face value.

Discussion 5 19678091

 

Compare and Contrast the Two Different Types of Door Bolts

Remember to cite at least one scholarly peer-reviewed article.  

All citations should be in APA format.

Wee 19950975

Do you believe that it is efficient to have the FBI and CIA lead the counter-terrorism effort at home and overseas?  What challenges and/or opportunities do you foresee?

Df 19938809

John Locked argued that our experiences can be divided into “primary” and “secondary” qualities. While primary qualities belong to the object (like mass, quantity), secondary qualities belong to us (like taste, texture, color). Hence, we do not experience the world directly: we experience representations of the external world in our minds. This position is called “representative realism.”

Answer the following two questions. Do NOT use websites; only the course e-text and whatever is found under Modules of this week. And offer substantial comments and/or questions to at least two of your fellow students. 

1. Summarize, in your own words, the distinction between primary and secondary qualities. 

2. If Locke’s representative realism is correct, than how can we know for sure that what appears in our minds is actually found in the external world?  After all, people with mental illness and those on hallucinogens perceive all kinds of things that aren’t there. How do we know that the world, including the computer that you are typing on, is not simply in our minds?  

Sources:

Discussion Sat

What are some of the potential risks involved with cloud computing?

Does the research and model in this article propose a viable solution to cloud-based risk management?

Ask an interesting, thoughtful question pertaining to the topic

Answer a question (in detail) posted by another student or the instructor

Provide extensive additional information on the topic

Explain, define, or analyze the topic in detail

Share an applicable personal experience

Provide an outside source  that applies to the topic, along with additional information about the topic or the source (please cite properly in APA 7)

Make an argument concerning the topic.

need 500 words and 2 responses 100 each

Tlmt331 Final Assignment

  Assignment Instructions

Instructions:

The research paper should be a minimum of six typed pages and formatted in accordance with APA.  Topics should be relavent to intermodal transportation.  The nature of a research paper is to prove or disprove a thesis or hypothesis, not simply produce a report or provide information on topic.   For example; a topic may be the impact of security on intermodal transportation.  The associated thesis could be; actions taken to improve the security  at ports has negatively impacted throughput, increasing costs and reducing the quality of operations.  The research  and body of the paper argues to prove the thesis statement. 

Week14 19928587

 

The topic is up to you as long as you choose a peer-reviewed, academic research piece.  I suggest choosing a topic that is at least in the same family as your expected dissertation topic so that you can start viewing what is out there.  There are no hard word counts or page requirements as long as you cover the basic guidelines.  You must submit original work, however,  and a paper that returns as a large percentage of copy/paste to other sources will not be accepted. 

Please use APA formatting and include the following information: Introduction/Background:  Provide context for the research article.  What led the author(s) to write the piece? What key concepts were explored? Were there weaknesses in prior research that led the author to the current hypothesis or research question? Methodology:  Describe how the data was gathered and analyzed.  What research questions or hypotheses were the researcher trying to explore? What statistical analysis was used? Study Findings and Results:  What were the major findings from the study? Were there any limitations? Conclusions:  Evaluate the article in terms of significance, research methods, readability and the implications of the results.  Does the piece lead into further study? Are there different methods you would have chosen based on what you read? What are the strengths and weaknesses of the article in terms of statistical analysis and application? (This is where a large part of the rubric is covered.)  References  

Subject: Inferential Statistics in Decision-making 

Respond To Discussion Boards Parenting

  They are 2 discussion boards post below. read and Reply to each discussion post 100 words per each response so total 200words.  Responses should demonstrate critical thinking and comprehension of the discussion topic and are strengthened when they are supported by additional research. You are expected to provide supporting details for your response; that support may come from the points covered in the readings and additional external research all source must be cited and listed  (appropriately cited) in APA        

American Government 19585411

Complete a research essay on the government and national security. Remember this is being written for the president to read. 

Here are the aspects and questions to address for this essay: Identify a current issue being debated about American national security, and state a preferred solution to it and why it’s preferred (This is your thesis statement). Explain two competing solutions to this problem while addressing the responsibilities of each level of government (federal, state, and local) and the three branches of the federal government (executive, legislative, and judicial). Build the argument for why your chosen solution is preferable, what critics say about the solution, and finally why the critics are wrong. 

REQUIREMENTS: 750 word target length (about three pages), not including references listed at the end or footnotes if used. Incorporation of concepts and terms from the required readings. Inclusion of facts from a recent news article about the topic/solution. Correct spelling, grammar, and formatting, whether it’s APA, MLA, or Chicago/Turabian. See the essay rubric for further details on grading.

Writing tips:

1) Write concisely! More is not necessarily better if the required points from the rubric are missed. 

2) Essays should be written in the third person perspective. (Avoid using “I, me, my, mine, we, us, our, you, your”).

Discussion Post 19652071

 

I need someone to reply to two discussion that I have for class, the response to these question should be on a graduate level, and responses should be at least two paragraphs.