Which of the following is the analogy employed by Peter Singer in his argument contained in Famine, Affluence, and Morality? a. The drowning child. b. The starving child. c. The sleeping child. d. The comatose child.

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  9. Maths

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  12. Language Arts

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  13. LL

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  15. Language Arts

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  16. Math

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  17. L.A

    both "the road not taken" and "o captain! my captain! are analogies. write a paragraph comparing the authors use of analogy. what is analogy? how does frost use analogy in his poem? how does whitman use analogy in his poem? why has each of these analogy

  18. math

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  19. English

    What is the analogy in Robert Frost's the road not taken? Please i need help i have read and re-read this poem and can't find the analogy.

  20. phi

    Which of the following does Peter Singer assert about the principle of equality? (Points : 1) People should have equal rights because they are factually equal. People with higher abilities, it stands to reason, should have greater rights. Different groups

  21. grammar

    Write the correctword or words in the (parentheses). 1. (she,her) and grandfather lived in Swiss Alps. (She) 2. Heidi and (he,him)tend goats together. (he) 3. Grandfather is stern, although no one is kinder then (he,him). (him) 4.(we, us) readers grow fond

  22. English

    Plz help!!! Which of the following elements should be included in your argument essay? Select the two correct answer. A. a narrative with plot line B. a main claim about your topic C. graphics such as charts and tables D. detailed description of people and

  23. economics

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  24. Bible

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  25. Social Studies

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  26. Human Resources

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  27. Economics

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  28. statistics

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  29. Math

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  30. LA plz help ms.sue

    2.Which excerpt from the play best supports the answer to the reason Anne spends time with Peter? A I’m sorry Mother. I’m going to Peter’s room. I’m not going to let Petronella Van Daan spoil our friendship. B I mean, every time I go into Peter’s

  31. Math - 8th grade - Please help

    I don't know the formula to figure this out. Charlie and Peter are driving around a racetrack. Charlie drives at an average speed of 108 miles per hour. Peter drives at an average speed of 99 miles per hour. Peter is given a head start of 12 miles. Charlie

  32. math

    Charlie and Peter are driving around a racetrack. Charlie drives at an average speed of 108 miles per hour. Peter drives at an average speed of 99 miles per hour. Peter is given a head start of 12 miles. Charlie and Peter finish at the same time. How far

  33. language arts

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  34. statistics

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  35. ethics

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  36. psychology

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  37. Philosophy

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  38. Philosphy

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  39. Language arts ca

    Both "the road not taken" and "o captain! my captain! are analogies. write a paragraph comparing the authors use of analogy. what is analogy? how does frost use analogy in his poem? how does whitman use analogy in his poem? why has each of these analogy

  40. Philosophy

    a) Using long or short truth tables (symbolize as necessary and show tables) determine and state whether the following argument is valid, briefly explaining your table; and b) if valid, demonstrate validity by deductions using Group I rules. Arg If Peter

  41. ELA

    The following question asks about one or more selections from your textbook Literature. You may use your textbook to answer this question. Both “The Road Not Taken” and “O Captain! My Captain!” are analogies. Write a paragraph comparing the

  42. english

    Choose two advertisements—either from television or a magazine—that draw your attention because they use semantic argument. For each ad: * Name the product * Describe the ad * List the words used as semantic persuaders * Explain what types of semantic

  43. LOGIC - Strength of enumerative arguments

    #1 Here's my argument: Alice went to Lincoln High and earned a college scholarship. Ben went to Lincoln High and earned a college scholarhip. Carol went to Lincoln High and earned a college scholarship. Dan went to Lincoln High and earned a college

  44. LOGIC - Strength of enumerative arguments

    #1 Here's my argument: Alice went to Lincoln High and earned a college scholarship. Ben went to Lincoln High and earned a college scholarhip. Carol went to Lincoln High and earned a college scholarship. Dan went to Lincoln High and earned a college

  45. English

    PETER. I used to see you . . . sometimes . . . ANNE. You did? PETER. . . . In the school yard. You were always in the middle of a bunch of kids. ANNE. Why didn't you ever come over? PETER. I'm sort of a lone wolf. Use the dialogue to answer the question.

  46. philosophy

    Q: Who claimed that our subjection to pain and pleasure should be the foundation for our laws? a. Simone de Beauvoir b. Kant c. Jeremy Bentham d. Peter Singer e. Aristippus I think it is C, but i am not sure about E... or possibly the other ones. Thank u!

  47. philosophy

    Q: Who claimed that our subjection to pain and pleasure should be the foundation for our laws? a. Simone de Beauvoir b. Kant c. Jeremy Bentham d. Peter Singer e. Aristippus I think it is C, but i am not sure about E... or possibly the other ones. Thank u!

  48. English

    The transgression of being alone in the State is like bullying in our society. Can you explain to me how this is an analogy. We came up with this analogy for Anthem by Ayn Rand and I don't see how this like an analogy. Please explain.

  49. Art

    I would like you to check these last sentences? Thank you very much Writeacher. 1) They had an argument but they made it up. 2)They held up a bank but they managed to get away with it. 3) He needn't have bought a new map. 4) It wasn’t necessary for her

  50. ethics please help

    Peter Singer argues that giving money to famine relief is: a. Morally permissible. b. Morally forbidden. c. Morally required. d. Supererogatory.

  51. ethics

    Peter Singer argues that giving money to famine relief is: a. Morally permissible. b. Morally forbidden. c. Morally required. d. Supererogatory. my answer is a

  52. English

    I left out these sentences which are more or less the same but I need to know which are possible. Thank you very much. 1) I'm the singer in the music (is musical possible?) band The Boyz. 2) I'm the singer in the band, the Boyz. I'm the singer in the band

  53. Languaga Arts

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  54. Social Studies

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  55. Business law

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  56. ethics

    Peter Singer argues that giving money to famine relief is: Answer a. Morally permissible. b. Morally forbidden. c. Morally required. d. Supererogatory. my answer is a

  57. psychology of human resources

    Develop own analogy to illustrate classical conditioning using industry related analogy.in this analogy include all requirements of classical conditioning process.

  58. PHI 208 final exam

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  59. math

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  60. Lang. Arts

    am: wasn't ::can:___________ aminite:constitution::________:letter bazzar:market place::enigma:________ In your first analogy, you have two verbs; the second one is a negative contraction of the past tense of the verb. Think of it this way. I am here. I

  61. Social Studies

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  62. Business Law

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  63. statistics

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  64. analogy or paradox

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  65. Math

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  66. Health Law

    please check my answer thanks :) Peter Jones sues Dr Bob for malpractice. The jury believes Dr Jones was guilty of malpractice but doesn't believe Peter was affected Peter is entiled to what type of damamges ? I think punitive damages

  67. Critical thinking

    Which of the following most accurately describes what an appeal to precedent is? Hint A. A type of inductive generalization B. A type of analogy C. A type of disjunctive syllogism D. A type of causal argument

  68. physics

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  69. English

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  70. English

    Can you check if the following sentences which I turned into the passive voice using the personal construction are correct? Thank you for helping me! 1) They report that Peter is sending her messages. Peter is reported to be sending her messages. 2) Peter

  71. Voc.

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  72. Math

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  73. Phi

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  74. Physics

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  75. MATH

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  76. English

    I checked the site Sarah suggested to me on the personal construction with the passive voice. I hope someone can help me with my doubts. Maybe the sentences are just not possible. 1) They report that Peter is sending her messages. Peter is reported to be

  77. Religion

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  78. English - repost for Ileana

    This was originally posted on another student's thread. I have been stuck on this assignment for 3 days now please help. 1. From what you have read in the article, how does J.M. Barrie's life reflect the story of Peter Pan? What sort of life did J.M.

  79. math

    Mareo is twice as old as his friend Peter. Peter is 5years olderthan Alice. In 5years John will be three times as old as Alice. How old is Peter now?

  80. Music

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  81. maths

    On 1 Jan 2007, Peter celebrates his 30 year old birthday. As a birth commitment, Peter joins a 15 year-contribution Annuity Plan. The annual contribution will be fixed at $28,800 for 15 years. The first annual premium is payable on 31 Dec 2007. Peter

  82. math

    Upon examining the contents of 38 backpacks, it was found that 23 contained a black pen, 27 contained a blue pen, and 21 contained a pencil, 15 contained both a black pen and a blue pen, 12 contained both a black pen and a pencil, 18 contained both a blue

  83. Algebra

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  84. Math

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  85. 8th grade math - Ms. Sue please

    Charlie and Peter are driving around a racetrack. Charlie drives at an average speed of 108 miles per hour. Peter drives at an average speed of 99 miles per hour. Peter is given a head start of 12 miles. Charlie and Peter finish at the same time. How far

  86. English Lit-Please check

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  87. Science

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  88. PHI

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  89. English

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  90. English

    We have to analyze an analogy for our English class. I remember a very interesting demonstration I saw several years ago--the person took two glasses, one being large, the other small. He poured water into the large one about halfway, and then transferred

  91. english

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  92. English :reposting

    Hi, I need help seeing if I corrected the following correctly. #1-Incorrect: This is getting boring. I killed Hook no pirates, no adventures, and no one to boss around. I need to find a new adventure, but away from Neverland." Peter said. #1-My correction:

  93. English

    Hi, I need help seeing if I corrected the following correctly. Incorrect: This is getting boring. I killed Hook no pirates, no adventures, and no one to boss around. I need to find a new adventure, but away from Neverland." Peter said. My correction: This

  94. Chemistry

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  95. bioethics

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  96. ELA

    Your principal is considering inviting a singer or musical group to perform for students at your school to raise money for a local charity. If you could invite anyone, whom would you choose? In a multiple-paragraph letter, persuade your principal to invite

  97. PHI 103

    "All dogs hate cats. Sirius is a dog. So Sirius hates cats" is an example of a (Points : 1) sound inductive argument. valid deductive argument. invalid inductive argument. weak deductive argument. I am confused a little about this question. "10 is less

  98. Math

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  99. math

    Peter has a cylindrical block of wood od diameter 6 cm and height 18 cm. He glues the base to a board, but wants to paint the rest of the block. He wants to paint the bottom half of the wood black and the top half white. a) Calculate the surface area of

  100. Math

    Peter has a cylindrical block of wood od diameter 6 cm and height 18 cm. He glues the base to a board, but wants to paint the rest of the block. He wants to paint the bottom half of the wood black and the top half white. a) Calculate the surface area of

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