1. character education

    The purpose of prisons in a free society is to ____________________ . teach moral principles restrain those who cannot restrain themselves warehouse nonconformists B?
  2. Cont. English

    Dimmesdale is not free since he does not live with his moral code, because he is concerned with society’s condemnation. He hides his secret of adultery, which is going against his moral code of honesty. Consequently, he is unable to relieve himself of
  3. U.S. GOVERNMENT

    George Mason stated: "no free government, or the blessings of liberty can be preserved to any people, but by frequent recurrence to fundamental principles." considering contemporary issues, what are these "fundamental principles" that are necessary to
  4. Calc

    analaze the graph of y = 2/ (x^2-9) y-intercepts: ____________________ vertical asymptotes: ____________________ horizontal asymptotes: ____________________ increasing intervals: ____________________ decreasing intervals: ____________________ relative
  5. General Psychology

    In considering the importance of culture to ethics please help me answer the below questions: 1. Are some cultures more moral than others? Please give examples and explain your position. Can you describe a moral standard that is at variance with your own
  6. English

    Individuality is the sum of qualities that characterize and distinguish one person from another. This is what defines a person. Disregarding one’s individuality means not taking one for oneself. In Nathaniel Hawthorne’s novel, The Scarlet Letter, he
  7. Ethics

    This question refers to the ethical issue of giving organ transplants to prisoners who have been sentenced to prison for the commission of crimes. From a utilitarian perspective, which of the following is an argument against allowing prisoners to receive
  8. Philosophy

    True/False 1. Rosenstand argues that moral subjectivism is an intuitively sound, "live and let live" kind of moral position that is both appealing and socially cohesive. 2. For the members of the Flat Earth Society, who believe that all physical evidence
  9. Philosophy

    True/False 1. Rosenstand argues that moral subjectivism is an intuitively sound, "live and let live" kind of moral position that is both appealing and socially cohesive. 2. For the members of the Flat Earth Society, who believe that all physical evidence
  10. Cont. Again English

    In contrast to Dimmesdale, Chillingworth does not have a moral code to follow, and because of this, he is never truly free. Chillingworth focuses his life on revenge, and he does have a sense of moral. He finds pleasure in trying to reveal Hester’s lover
  11. Criminal Justice - Ethics

    When we claim that certain moral values or principles (e.g., do not steal) apply or should apply to all people, everywhere, we are saying that some values or principles are: A. descriptive B. relative C. universal D. pragmatic I think it's C Which of the
  12. Ethics

    1. When we claim that certain moral values or principles (e.g., do not steal) apply or should apply to all people, everywhere, we are saying that some values or principles are: A. descriptive. B. relative. C. universal. D. pragmatic. is it D 2. Which of
  13. calc

    y = 4x -4 / x^2 vertical asymptotes: ____________________ horizontal asymptotes: ____________________ increasing intervals: ____________________ decreasing intervals: ____________________ relative maxima: ____________________ relative minima:
  14. Philosophy

    Can someone please check my answers if it is right. Thank you! True/False 1. Rosenstand argues that moral subjectivism is an intuitively sound, "live and let live" kind of moral position that is both appealing and socially cohesive. -FALSE 2. For the
  15. Ethics and Technology

    Objectivism is based on the idea that: A. there are no universal moral principles. B. morality has an existence outside the human mind. C. morality and law are identical. D. there is no such thing as free will. is it B
  16. English

    I still have a few more sentences to check.I hope you can look at them, too. Thank you 1) During the industrial revolution England is interested by a rise in population which caused a growing need for clothes. This led to an increase in production made
  17. Chemistry Help!!

    Types of Reactions Worksheet Balance the following equations and indicate the type of reaction taking place: 1) 2 NH3 + 3 I2  N2I6 + 3 H2 Type of reaction: ____________________ 2) 3 Ca(OH)2 + Al2(SO4)3  3 Ca(SO4) + 2 Al(OH)3 Type of reaction:
  18. Social Studies

    1. Identify and explain three examples of individualist principles in contemporary society. For this, I wrote about Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms for the Individual rights and freedom principle. I can't think of two more examples, relating to
  19. Spanish: Check my Answers Please, Thank you!!

    The question Answer choices what i know is incorrect what my answer is 1) ____________________ muchachas colombianas son bonitas. El, La, Los, Las Not La or El Los? 2) Ella ____________________ una alumna en el Colegio Martí. Soy, Eres, Es, Somos, Son Not
  20. English

    Hello. Dear Ms.Sue, I would be very grateful for your advice. 1) Do you think it's possible to say "the holistic phenomenon of science" (meaning "science as a whole")? 2) Do you think I used the articles correctly in the following "the interaction of the
  21. Ethics

    1. Moral principles or moral rules such as "never kill an innocent human being" might be described as: A. virtues. B. conditionals. C. maxims. D. courses of best interest. is it A 2. Which of the following would be a form of disablement? A. Committing a
  22. st.louse

    My task is to research the application of centrifuges for medical, forensic, and industrial purposes, and for testing and training humans. As an extension, im supposed to research and compare the use of centrifuges in space with Earth-bound centrifuges."
  23. Accounting

    Can someone please help me with this? Compare and contrast the primary purpose of the generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP) with the accounting principles of the U.S. Department of Treasury. Is it important to understand the difference to tax
  24. Global Studies

    Which principles do the writings of Jean Jacques Rousseau, Baron de Montesquieu, and John Locke support? The principles of a democratic republic, a theocratic society, an autocracy, or a military dictatorship? I know it is not an autocracy and I don't
  25. criminal justice

    When we claim that certain moral values or principles (e.g., do not steal) apply or should apply to all people, everywhere, we are saying that some values or principles are:
  26. English

    In the book, Language in Thought and Action 5th edition, by S.I and Alan Hayakawa, what are the main principles? I have a few already: 1)Cooperation is essential in order to have a society. 2)Words aren't the only thing associated with language: tone of
  27. Ethics

    1. Prima facie duties are different from categorical duties in that: A. they can be overridden by more important duties in a given situation. B. they only need to be followed if doing so brings the best consequences. C. they only apply to some people. D.
  28. philosophy

    Libertarianism believes that causal determinism is true. Select one: True False I think true Whether or not we have free will seems to have implications for which of the following? Select one: a. Our idea of God b. Our idea of the physical laws of the
  29. business management

    A lecturer told his students " The purpose of a management course is to teach students about management, not to teach them to be managers. Do you agree or disagree with this statement? Discuss.
  30. Psychology/ Human Growth

    6. According to Kohlberg, a person's stage of moral development is determined by the: a. Type of moral reasoning the person exhibits b. Specific moral conclusions the person reaches c. Overall intelligence of the individual d. Person’s actions in dealing
  31. Ethics

    Consequentialist theories of moral decision making would have us focus primarily on: A. our relevant moral duties. B. the “goodness” of the actual or expected consequences of the actions. C. the development of moral character. D. the struggle to
  32. Criminal Justice

    in my previous question i asked what the four types of prisons were and forgot to add that i'm supposed to describe and name the four types of prisons for adults. Can someone help me find a good resource to start with please?
  33. philosophy

    Q: Which of the following are considered purposes for a moral theory? a. subjective satisfaction b. provide pleasure c. cause pain d. all of the above e. none of the above I have ruled out A and C, which also rule out D, but i am not sure about of the
  34. logical and critical reasoning

    The second proposition is this: an action done from duty has its moral worth, not in the purpose that is to be attained by it, but in the maxim according to which the action is determined. The moral worth depends, therefore, not on the realization of the
  35. history

    In Europe, warriors of the feudalist society were referred to as knights (1). In Japan, they were known as ninjas (2). Knights were bound by a moral code known as chivalry (3), whereas ninjas followed the moral code of bushido (4). I think 1,2 are true and
  36. R M E

    Discuss 5 ways we can teach religious and moral education to avoid indoctrination
  37. grammar

    WERE DO YOU LEAVE COMMANTS? DO YOU KNOW ANY PLACE IN CALIFORNA/ TEMECULA WERE THRE IS FREE TUTORING?ARE YOU TEACHER? IF YES FROM WHAT SCHOOL? DO YOU ALSO TEACH OR TUTOR MATH? IF YES THEN I NEED SOME HELP AND TIPS IN MATH. DO YOU ALSO TEACH SCIENCE?I ALSO
  38. Business management quest

    A college professor told her students, “The purpose of a management course is to teach students about management, not to teach them to be managers.” Do you agree or disagree with this statement? Why or Why not? Also, is efficiency and effectiveness
  39. CJS/230

    Will someone please help me find a website to find the answer to the following questions? What is corrections accreditation? How does corrections accreditation affect the professional development of corrections officers? How can industry leaders plan for
  40. Social Studies

    Has society become too organized? Does free will exsist? What role does chemical engineering play in society?
  41. CJS/230

    Will someone please hwlp me find a wesite to find the answer to the follwing questions? What is corrections accreditation? How does corrections accreditation affect the professional development of corrections officers? How can industry leaders plan for
  42. hum 130

    I need to find at least two effects organized religion has had on society, and provide examples from past or present. Have you considered laws? Such as marriage, divorce? Have you considered social organization, such as family activities at gatherings,
  43. English

    Just reminding! If anyone has any ideas on how to teach first graders who are learning english as a foreign language (7 year olds)please be free to share them! I have to teach them 10 new words such as egg coffee ham tea milk butter toast bread etc.and i
  44. Law

    1. Legislators supported industrial prisons after they realized the prisons were: A. reforming convicts. B. making a profit. C. not supported by unions. D. failing miserably. is it B 2. Which of the following has the most discretionary power to dismiss or
  45. proofread please

    These four religions have some similarities but are very different in their beliefs and their cultural differences to society. Christianity is one of the largest religious groups in politics but and also is the biggest religious group in the world.
  46. algebra

    Identify the property or rule that justifies each step in the calculation. 6b+(8b+7c)-9c ____________________ (6b+8b)+(7c-9c)_____________________ (6b+8)b+(7-9)c ____________________
  47. science

    Chemical weathering takes place fastest in a ____________________ and ____________________ climate.
  48. Chemistry 111

    Write the conjugate base for each of the following: a. HPO4^-2 ____________________ b. H2O ____________________
  49. Chemistry 111

    Write the conjugate acid for each of the following: a. HCO3^1- ____________________ b. H2O ____________________
  50. CJS230

    Will someone please help me find a website to read to answer the following questions? What were women’s prisons like before the 1800s? How have they changed? What are the three basic arguments established in the 1800s that supported the separation of
  51. socials

    An extension to my other question- how did oliver cromwell like impact the world and why was he significant? It could relate to if he had high moral principles. I wrote my essay but I don't know how to close it up.
  52. english

    Which of the following statements describes a functional text? a. It provides a first-person account of a personal experience. b. The primary purpose is to provide information to perform a task. c. The primary purpose is to construct a logical argument. d.
  53. health

    Write a 350- to 700-word paper in which you discuss corrections accreditation and privatization. Address the following questions: • What is corrections accreditation? How does corrections accreditation affect the professional development of corrections
  54. English

    Could you please tell me if this is appropriate to sent to a college. In today's society where the youth of the world are bombarded by the influences from the media, peers, many beliefs, values and perception, it may be very difficult to differentiate
  55. Ashford University

    Evaluate the ways in which the legacy of slavery has prevented the United States from building a more just society, supporting your evaluation with the textbook and additional sources. Define what Dr. King’s refrain, “free at last,” looks like to you
  56. Social studies

    Which of the following was a result of the reform efforts spurred on by the second great awakening of the 1820s? A.limits were placed on the number of immigrants allowed in the United States B. Women gained the right to vote C. People with mental illness
  57. Social Studies

    Which of the following was a result of the reform efforts spurred on by the second great awakening of the 1820s? A.limits were placed on the number of immigrants allowed in the United States B. Women gained the right to vote C. People with mental illness
  58. History

    who was the Chinese philosopher that taught the importance of good moral character and take responsibility for their society? Confucius
  59. Social Science

    What is nigeria principles of free enterprise
  60. U.S.History

    please check my answer for this question What problems in the North led to reform movements of the early 1800s? Poverty, alcoholism, illiteracy, overcrowded housing, poor health care, abuse of women, and declining moral values were growing pains that first
  61. Mathematics

    The formula N = 2Xsquared + 22X + 320 represents the number of inmates, N, in thousands, in U.S. state and federal prisons x years after 1980. According to the formula, in what year were there 740 thousand inmates in the U.S. state and federal prisons?
  62. History check

    Which of the following principles does NOT have the purpose of restricting the power of any part of the government? =Democracy Federalism checks and balances seperation of powers
  63. American Government

    1) which of the following describes the supreme court's role in defining constitutional principles? A) the supreme court plays a minimal role in defining constitutional principles. B) the supreme court uses judicial review as a tool to define
  64. PED 212

    What is the purpose of a learned society?
  65. English Proofread Due before 12

    Teachers Role Teachers are very important to society. One reason they are so important, is that they educate our children, and make sure that they learn the thing they need to. Teachers either have a positive or negative influence on our children. Teachers
  66. English

    Can you pleae tell me which alternatives are possible? Thank you very much. 1, They believed a person (better: the individual) should be free from external rules. 2.The Romanics exalted the individual as the centre of life and art.This led to the view of
  67. English III

    Franklin Roosevelt's "State of the Union Address, 1941," excerpt ( ) For there is nothing mysterious about the foundations of a healthy and strong democracy. The basic things expected by our people of their political and economic systems are simple. They
  68. criminal justice

    In what ways do corrections professionals use the social justice principles of equality, solidarity, and human rights to build a more just society.
  69. News

    What purpose do Tabloids have in today's society?
  70. Arts & Humanities 20th century

    Hi, I am having a severe case of writer's block at the moment. My assignment asks me to pick a popular t.v series, movie, or book that I believe suggests a moral choice. Then briefly provide explanation of the section of the story I believe to be the
  71. C/J

    Which of the following is sometimes held to be the only event for which there is no cause? a.freewill b.emotions c.viruses d. moral character Is it free will not sure
  72. Ethics

    Please help with an assignment: I need to pick 5 articles from the Washington post, each addressing a moral issue. Each essay needs to have one moral issue question based on the following topics. 1. utilitarianism 2. Moral Rights 3. Distributive Justice 4.
  73. economics

    What are the principals of economics and where could I find 3 articles on the economy identifying 1 principal on each You very well may mean princIPLES. This is a catch all phrase. There are many economic textbooks called Principles of Economics and many
  74. english

    Can you please see if my corrections are ok? Thank you very much for helping me. 1) Refer then to the point of view from which a narration (instead of narrative story) can be told and the types of characters involved. 2) What message of nature does Davies
  75. history

    One goal that progressive did NOT seek was a. the moral improvement of society b. the reduction of government corruption c. a ban on strikes d. child labor laws C
  76. history

    one goal that progressive did NOT seek was a. the moral improvement of society b. the reduction of government corruption c. a ban on strikes d. child labor laws D?
  77. history

    one goal that progressive did NOT seek was a. the moral improvement of society b. the reduction of government corruption c. a ban on strikes d. child labor laws ?
  78. history

    Write a 700- to 900-word paper addressing the following aspects of the Perfection Era. Assess the accomplishments made in the women’s sphere. How did their accomplishments liberate them? How did they restrain them? Assess the accomplishments made by the
  79. Ethics Animals Paper

    Would this be a good introductory paragraph? For several years, there has been an on-going debate over animal rights, animal testing, and where animals fit into our society. Whether or not they have morals, or if it's ethical to test them for the benefit
  80. languages

    are there any free downloadable courses that I could teach myself Arabic with? I can't seem to find any good ones.
  81. History

    In his book Two Treatises on Government, Locke refuted the divine right of Monarchy, and established a theory which states that all men are men are born free and equal. Each person should have equal access to the natural rights of life, liberty, and
  82. art

    what's the purpose of reflecting something that's happening in society in art? What does it accomplish?
  83. chemistry

    My professor never teach us this kind of question before. I don't know why she put this question as a homework since she doesn't teach us this yet. I need help with one question. I don't know where to start. So don't you mind if you can help me please.
  84. ART

    Artists are driven to create art for many different reasons. What seems to be the purpose for this artistic creation? For an aesthetic purpose. (MY ANSWER) For an entertainment purpose. For a utilitarian purpose. This is the picture down below. Starry
  85. History

    A prince whose character is thus marked by every act which may define a tyrant is unfit to be the ruler of a [free] people who mean to be free. Future ages will scarcely believe that the hardiness of one man adventured, within the short compass of twelve
  86. English

    Much of the 18th century writing reflects classical (Greek and Roman) influence. What are the principles that Classicism emphasizes? I believe it's society, the Englightenment, and the Age of Reason. Can anyone help me here? Thanks
  87. Philosophy

    When, if ever, do you think that the government in a liberal society is permitted to restrict the freedom and liberty of its citizens? If you can, identify at least two practical (moral) implications of your response for laws and public policy.
  88. language arts/computer

    does anyone know of website where they teach grammar for free and give yopu interactive tests?
  89. criminal justice

    describing the purpose of jails in society. Is the current system effective?
  90. PHILOSOPHY REPOST

    why is it wrong to teach creationism in a high school science class, based on the moral theory that the good of many outweigh the good of the individual? and im asking your personal opinion on this, im perfectly capable of going to google and typing in few
  91. English

    Are claims about moral issues subjective, objective or a matter of debate? Subjective and a matter of debate (but no one will really win the debate!) mor·al (môr'əl, mŏr'-) adj. Of or concerned with the judgment of the goodness or badness of human
  92. Ethics in Criminal Justice

    The correlativity of rights and duties mean that: A. moral duties override moral rights. B. moral rights override moral duties. C. the existence of moral rights implies duties by which other must abide. D. None of the above. I think the answer is A but not
  93. Ethics in Criminal Justice

    The correlativity of rights and duties means that: A. moral duties override moral rights. B. moral rights override moral duties. C. the existence of moral rights implies duties by which others must abide. D. None of the above. I think it's B. Am I right?
  94. English, pt. 2

    what does it means Highly-developed moral character; moral excellence? what does moral means???
  95. English

    Can you please help me check these sentences? Some of them don't make sense at all.I tried to check some of them though. 1) Brutus has a strong sense of republican liberty 2) Brutus fears what Caesar could (would/may) become if he were crowned. 3) He is
  96. History

    The purpose of the totalitarian system is the creation of a new and just society. Why this goal is not achieved? / ESSAY /
  97. CJS/230

    Can someone please help me find a website to find the answers to the following questions? What is prisoner rehabilitation? What are the origins of prisoner rehabilitation? How does prisoner rehabilitation affect prisons and general society? What
  98. english

    wat is moral imperfection? in your own words You need to do it in your own words. Moral imperfection is not immorality, but can lead to it. Lying is a moral imperfection, as is stealing, or cheating. Note to Michelle: When talking to your friends, using
  99. English

    In america, our government is based on the principles of society and the rights of man. do you agree or disagree? List at list 3 example.
  100. english

    Create and describe your own Utopia, Including its geography, laws and customs?i have two but i don't know if youre allowed to do that one is here, anywhere, different laws based around the fact that people should be set on a path of self-actualization and