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Question 2: Might an intuition that p justify a belief that p? How? 2000 words – need above 70%

Question 2: Might an intuition that p justify a belief that p? How?

2000 words – need above 70% in this essay please. See attached 2000 word messy essay. Recommend writing from scratch. The readings to fully understand the question are attached and some recommended readings are also below. Thanks

Start spelling out some of the key terms here. On some accounts of intuitions, an intuition that p cannot justify a belief that p. (Look at Audi). So intuitions would have to be something different from a belief or conviction if the answer to the first part of the question is to be positive. You’d have to discuss Bealer in the discussion of intuitions.
Once you have identified a type of intuition that at least could justify beliefs with the same content, the tricky question is how can they do this. Bealer offers an account, but a good paper will consider more recent accounts, such as Chudnoff and Cowan. I discuss Cowan’s account here – You might find that helpful.

Accounts of intuitions
Bedke, Matthew (2008) “Ethical Intuitions: What They Are, What They Are Not,
and How They Justify,” American Philosophical Quarterly 43(3): 253–70.
Audi, R. (1997) Moral Knowledge and Ethical Character. Oxford: Oxford University
Press. (See the section on Intuition. Just a few pages.)
Bealer, G. (1996) “On the Possibility of Philosophical Knowledge,” Noûs 30,
Supplement: Philosophical Perspectives 10, Metaphysics: 1–34.
Chudnoff, E. (2013) Intuition. Oxford: Oxford University Press. (You don’t need to read all of this. Just his discussion of what intuition is.)
Earlenbaugh, J. and Molyneux, B. (2009). “Intuitions are Inclinations to Believe,”
Philosophical Studies 145: 89–109.
Philip Stratton-Lake ‘Intuition, Self-Evidence, and Understanding’
Robert Cowan, ‘Rossian Conceptual Intuitionism’

Insert surname2 Professor’s name Student’s name Course title Date PURE BOOT CAMP

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Lauren Brenner hired Ruben Belliard in 2004 and later hired Alex Fell in 2005 to work at the Pure Power Boot Camp. The two were former United States Marines. The two began plans of opening a similar business in 2007. They opened a competing fitness center, Warrior Fitness Center, with their girlfriends, Nancy Baynard and Jeniffer Lee in 2008, eight months later. The defendants alleged that after they left the jobs at Pure Power Boot Camp, the Plaintiff accessed Fell’s emails and Lee’s corporate account details through email. The emails gave information of their communication and plans to opening a competing business as well as marketing messages to entire customers to their new business. The court denied the plaintiff from using the illegally acquired evidence in court but later adopted the report after ruling that Brenner did no0t violate the ECPA.


The issue at hand was whether the evidence obtained illegally by the plaintiff was to be used in the court to incriminate the defendant. Establishing to what extent were the evidence admissible and whether the court was obliged to turn down the evidence for the purpose of protecting the integrity of the law.


The court in pursuant to 28 U.S.C. & 636(b)(1)(C) and Rule 72 of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, ruled that the parties file written objectives within ten days with the clerk of the court. Copies were to be presented to the judge as well. Failing to file these objectives would lead to waiver of the objectives for appeal.


The court help that the law is clear on illegally obtaining evidence is a violation of applicable laws and therefore such evidence could not be used to prosecute the defendants. The law cannot be compromised to accommodate the failure of the plaintiff to provide evidence within the constraints of the law. Since the evidence was unlawful, it was useless and the plaintiff was ordered to destroy it. Therefore, the court had no choice than to open the window for filing objectives by the patties of the case.



This was motion for reconsideration by the plaintiff. The court had given the defendants (Dioces of Scranton, Sacred Heart of Jesus Church Bishop James C. Timlin,  Rev. Joseph R. Kopacz (“Diocesan Defendants”), and Brother Antonio F. Antonucci’s (“Brother Antonucci”)

Motion for summary judgment


The plaintiff brought a motion for reconsideration towards the defendants after they were granted a motion for summary judgment by the court.


The court denied the plaintiff’s motion. Proper documentation and evidence was used to substantiate the ruling.


The defendants and brother Antonucci had filed a motion for summary judgment with the argument that the plaintiff had made claims for intentional infliction of emotional distress without the evidence on record. The medical evidence was revised by the court and this was to determine whether a summary judgment was possible. The court found no sufficient evidence to the plaintiff’s claim of emotional distress. The motion of reconsideration under Rule 59 (e) of the Federal rules of Civil Procedure allows parties to do amendments in ten days of entry. In this case, the plaintiff did not make available sufficient evidence to warrant this motion and therefore the court withheld the summary judgment.



The defendants in this case are the Chloride Exide Technologies while the plaintiff is Robert Peterson. The plaintiff was an employee at the defendant’s battery manufacturing plant. The defendant terminated the plaintiff’s employment contract after he was involved in a forklift accident. The termination notice indicated disregard to safety precautions as the reason to the termination while the plaintiff held it that he was on temporary leave under the FMLA following the accident. He filed the lawsuit citing the FMLA and Kansas State Law. He claimed that the defendant fired him for exercising his compensation right according to FMLA. The plaintiff sued for compensation and after the District Court gave the defendant a summary judgment, he appealed.


The plaintiff was injured at work when he was supposed to be on leave. He was operating equipment without observing the safety code even though the work environment was not conducive for work as there was no proper lighting. The defendant fired the plaintiff without compensation and the plaintiff sued for compensation due to the damages caused.


The district court granted the defendant a summary judgment and the plaintiff appealed. The appellate court held that the plaintiff could not give enough evidence that he was unlawfully fired and therefore affirmed the District court’s ruling.


The plaintiff case suffered a lot after he was unable to convince the two courts that he did not violate any safety requirements and that he was unlawfully fired. He was unable to prove that he was not driving too fast since the supervisor had given evidence against him and he could not prove that this evidence was not right. The court held that the defendant acted according to company safety policies known to the plaintiff and therefore the termination was legal. It was the duty of the plaintiff to observe safety precautions as provided in the contract and therefore he failed to do this leading to the accident. The ruling was supported by both evidence and testimonies.

WTO Discussion

Question 2: Might an intuition that p justify a belief that p? How? 2000 words – need above 70% As mentioned in the video section of the Module, the WTO is among the most controversial organizations in the world today.
Search online to find some of the reasons why the WTO is criticized. Post your findings.
One of the critics’ claims is that the WTO is an undemocratic institution with excessive power that is usurping the national sovereignty of member states and making decisions of great importance behind closed doors. Do you agree with these critics who claim that the WTO has excessive power over national governments? Why or why not? Post your opinion below.

Ontario’s record of electing women at the federal provincial and municipal level

Ontario’s record of electing women at the federal provincial and municipal level.

Essay instructions: Research your province’s record on electing women at all levels of government. When did women first get the vote in your province? When were the first women elected into office federally, provincially, and municipally where you live? In the case of federal and provincial politics, what party or parties did they represent? What is the current status of representation for women in your province again, federally, provincially, and on your municipal council? How does this fit with what you have read so far? Present your findings in a short 2500 word essay (about 10, double-spaced pages, not including cover and reference pages). Ensure that your essay has an identifiable thesis statement, integrates course material into a coherent piece of academic writing and properly cites all your sources.

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This week we will consider that a sentance is a unit of emphasis along with the idea that where information is located within a sentence matters.
To further understand the notion of organizing idea, lets consider the paragraph indented below which was submitting in one of the literature course.
Discuss your understanding of the quality of this paragraph, whether the point of the writing is clearly understood, and whether the ideas flow one into the next. Despite not having the entire assignment, and not fully understanding the context in which the piece was written, provide a first glance letter-grade assessment as to where you feel it would land on the A-F scale.
“The middle-Ages was a very confused, sick time in western history.their religions life was very bizarre. Certain monastic orders would engage in flagellation to atone for sins. flagellation is ritual self-abuse. the sins might be lustful thought about barmaids, sins in general, or other people’s sins. The pope often poisoned his political enemies. He spent the peasant’s tithes at luxurious resorts with his mistresses. A tithe is one tenth of one’s yearly income. The literature of the middle. Ages is often as sophisticated as our own”

Resiliency and Resources: Select a story of personal interest from the media in which an individual (or individuals) has demonstrated resiliency in the face of adversity.

Resiliency and Resources: Select a story of personal interest from the media in which an individual (or individuals) has demonstrated resiliency in the face of adversity..

In this assignment, you will provide your analysis of resiliency models, as well as the individual, family, and community variables that moderate the negative impact of stressful or traumatic events.


Tasks: Select a story of personal interest from the media in which an individual (or individuals) has demonstrated resiliency in the face of adversity.



Write a paper on your selected story, including the following: Provide a summary of the article and describe the ways in which the individual prevailed. Identify the individual, family, and community factors present in the situation. Highlight and discuss individual, family, and community factors that were protective and served to moderate the negative impact of the event for the individual. Refer to the theoretical models found in the empirical literature and in the course material. Discuss how you, as a counselor, can identify these factors and utilize them in conjunction with treatment to facilitate recovery or prevent long-term negative effects of distressing events. Review the American Counseling Association (ACA) and American Psychological Association (APA) websites for information on culturally sensitive responses and resiliency. Write a summary of culturally sensitive responses appropriate for the individual presented. Your final product should be a 4- to 5-page paper written in APA format in a clear, concise, and organized manner.


Demonstrate ethical scholarship in accurate representation and attribution of sources; display accurate spelling, grammar, and punctuation; and create an accurate references page. 

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