Create a 1-page addendum to your risk management plan that describes how you will modify the plans or create new plans relative to that vendor to create an opportunity that will result in lower costs, earlier delivery, higher quality, or other positive impacts.

One of the risks you anticipated for the project was the late delivery of the prototype from the vendor. You adjusted your project schedule to minimize the impact of the risk, built in a penalty for late delivery, and created action plans in case the vendor delivered late. You also identified a risk with the vendor that they have very little technical depth; if the key engineer is not available to your project, the risk of a delay is even greater. You determined how you would monitor the vendor’s performance and ensure a timely delivery. You took a very risk-averse, protective approach to the relationship, but now, as the project is progressing, you are wondering if there is something you could do with the vendor to actually benefit the project instead of just protecting it.

Assignment Guidelines:

Create a 1-page addendum to your risk management plan that describes how you will modify the plans or create new plans relative to that vendor to create an opportunity that will result in lower costs, earlier delivery, higher quality, or other positive impacts.

Also, answer the following questions:

  • What can you change in your plans to create an opportunity?
  • What would that opportunity be?
  • What is the probability that this opportunity could occur? What is the impact?
  • What are the risks (adverse effect) that are introduced by this change in plans?
  • How will you communicate this change to the vendor?

Your submitted assignment (175 points) must include the following:

  • A 1-page addendum
  • A 2 tpage document answering the questions above
  • Submit both files as 1 zipped document to the drop box

What is the most pressing philosophical question?

3 Philosophy Essays

 

 

QUESTIONS

You must answer each of the following questions. Each question must make use of the work of 1-2 of the philosophers discussed in the class (either to help you make your point or as an opposing view you find unconvincing) and your set of responses must make use of the work of at least 3 different philosophers discussed in the course.

 

1.     Is it possible to go beyond—beyond our religious convictions, beyond our conception of morality, beyond our sense of who or what we are as individuals or as a community?

2.      

In other words, are we bound by the institutional and social structures that exist in the world in which we are born and raised? If not, what does it take to go beyond? What lies beyond? Does a deeper understanding, a truer view, lie beyond these emotional and intellectual structures if we are able to dismantle them? Or does meaning break down if we go beyond?

 

2.     How do we best live in societies together?

 

Do we work together out of necessity or is it human nature? Do we have some responsibility to work together, to protect each other? If so, are we responsible to all members of our neighborhood, our society, the entire world? And what does it mean to say that we are responsible?

 

3.     What is the most pressing philosophical question?

 

Which is the most important? Why? Must this question be answered in order for us to live fulfilled lives? What happens to us if that question is not answered?

 

ASSIGNMENT

1. Each response must be 500-600 words, for a total of 1500-1800 words for the set of questions.

2. Each part of the question must be answered.

3. Answers must demonstrate familiarity with the material and an ability to reflect critically on the theories and claims made therein.

 

You choose the philosopher below to write the essay:

Sextus EmpiricusBook I, chapter I-XXII, Outlines of Pyrrhonism

William JamesThe Will to Believe

PlatoThe Allegory of the Cave

Aristotle, Book I, chapters 1-7, Nicomachean Ethics

EpictetusChapters I-II, Discourses

Rene DescartesMeditations I-III from Meditations on First Philosophy 

David HumeMoral Distinctions not Derived from Reason

Immanuel Kant, The Categorical Imperative

Arthur SchopenhauerOn the Vanity of Existence

 

 

All of the questions from above have to be answer.

*NOTICE: It is a essay, not a dialogue.

I attached the document below you can read each of the philosopher theory. PLEASE do not write any extra material or theory that does not come from the attachment.

Discuss How did art from the early Middle Ages incorporate both pagan and Christian styles?

Discuss How did art from the early Middle Ages incorporate both pagan and Christian styles?

Answer each questions with at least 100 words or more.

 

How does the Church of Saint-Denis exemplify Abbot Suger’s “architecture of light”?

Discuss How did art from the early Middle Ages incorporate both pagan and Christian styles?

How did art from the early Middle Ages incorporate both pagan and Christian styles?

 

Why is Hildegard of Bingen an important figure in early Christian mysticism?

 

How does Sainte-Chapelle in Paris reflect the Radiant style of architecture?

 

Are Chaucer’s writings an accurate account of life in the Late Middle Ages? Why or why not?

 

Various leaders throughout history have either encouraged an educated population or they have encouraged an uneducated population. What might be the benefit of each of these for the leader? for the nation? for the individual? What are the potential downfalls?

 

Thoughts on the purpose/origin of Stained Glass?

 

 

No Plagerism

No Copy And Paste

Cite All Sources when needed.

Various leaders throughout history have either encouraged an educated population or they have encouraged an uneducated population. What might be the benefit of each of these for the leader? for the nation? for the individual? What are the potential downfalls?

Various leaders throughout history have either encouraged an educated population or they have encouraged an uneducated population. What might be the benefit of each of these for the leader? for the nation? for the individual? What are the potential downfalls?

Answer each questions with at least 100 words or more.

 

How does the Church of Saint-Denis exemplify Abbot Suger’s “architecture of light”?

 

How did art from the early Middle Ages incorporate both pagan and Christian styles?

 

Why is Hildegard of Bingen an important figure in early Christian mysticism?

 

How does Sainte-Chapelle in Paris reflect the Radiant style of architecture?

 

Are Chaucer’s writings an accurate account of life in the Late Middle Ages? Why or why not?

Various leaders throughout history have either encouraged an educated population or they have encouraged an uneducated population. What might be the benefit of each of these for the leader? for the nation? for the individual? What are the potential downfalls?

Various leaders throughout history have either encouraged an educated population or they have encouraged an uneducated population. What might be the benefit of each of these for the leader? for the nation? for the individual? What are the potential downfalls?

 

Thoughts on the purpose/origin of Stained Glass?

 

 

No Plagerism

No Copy And Paste

Cite All Sources when needed.

Discuss the various functions the news media has in American society. How well do you feel the media carries out these functions? 

1.)Describe the difference and similarities between inside lobbying and outside lobbying. Discuss laws and regulations that apply to each.

Your response should be at least 200 words in length. You are required to use at least your textbook as source material for your response. All sources used, including the textbook, must be referenced; paraphrased and quoted material must have accompanying citations.

2.)

How has the news media evolved from the nation’s founding to what it is today? Discuss the various functions the news media has in American society. How well do you feel the media carries out these functions?

3.)Discuss how the news audience has changed from the 1970s until now. Do you feel that Americans can still find unbiased news anywhere today? Why or why not?

4.)Do you feel that special interest groups have too much power in politics today? Why or why not? Do you think we should allow these interest groups to continue to function as they currently do? Why or why not? What do you think would happen to our nation if we did not allow interest groups to continue to operate?

5.)Explain the structure of the federal judicial system. What are the responsibilities of each part of the system?

6.)How does the federal bureaucracy implement policy within the federal government? Give a specific example. Where does the bureaucracy get its power?

7.)Who holds the federal bureaucracies accountable for their actions? How are they held accountable?

8.)Describe the process by which the federal budget is developed.

Discuss how the news audience has changed from the 1970s until now. Do you feel that Americans can still find unbiased news anywhere today? Why or why not?

Discuss how the news audience has changed from the 1970s until now. Do you feel that Americans can still find unbiased news anywhere today? Why or why not?

1.)Describe the difference and similarities between inside lobbying and outside lobbying. Discuss laws and regulations that apply to each.

Your response should be at least 200 words in length. You are required to use at least your textbook as source material for your response. All sources used, including the textbook, must be referenced; paraphrased and quoted material must have accompanying citations.

2.)

How has the news media evolved from the nation’s founding to what it is today? Discuss the various functions the news media has in American society. How well do you feel the media carries out these functions?

3.)Discuss how the news audience has changed from the 1970s until now. Do you feel that Americans can still find unbiased news anywhere today? Why or why not?

4.)Do you feel that special interest groups have too much power in politics today? Why or why not? Do you think we should allow these interest groups to continue to function as they currently do? Why or why not? What do you think would happen to our nation if we did not allow interest groups to continue to operate?

5.)Explain the structure of the federal judicial system. What are the responsibilities of each part of the system?

6.)How does the federal bureaucracy implement policy within the federal government? Give a specific example. Where does the bureaucracy get its power?

7.)Who holds the federal bureaucracies accountable for their actions? How are they held accountable?

8.)Describe the process by which the federal budget is developed.

Discuss how the news audience has changed from the 1970s until now. Do you feel that Americans can still find unbiased news anywhere today? Why or why not?

1.)Describe the difference and similarities between inside lobbying and outside lobbying. Discuss laws and regulations that apply to each.

Your response should be at least 200 words in length. You are required to use at least your textbook as source material for your response. All sources used, including the textbook, must be referenced; paraphrased and quoted material must have accompanying citations.

2.)

How has the news media evolved from the nation’s founding to what it is today? Discuss the various functions the news media has in American society. How well do you feel the media carries out these functions?

3.)Discuss how the news audience has changed from the 1970s until now. Do you feel that Americans can still find unbiased news anywhere today? Why or why not?

4.)Do you feel that special interest groups have too much power in politics today? Why or why not? Do you think we should allow these interest groups to continue to function as they currently do? Why or why not? What do you think would happen to our nation if we did not allow interest groups to continue to operate?

5.)Explain the structure of the federal judicial system. What are the responsibilities of each part of the system?

6.)How does the federal bureaucracy implement policy within the federal government? Give a specific example. Where does the bureaucracy get its power?

7.)Who holds the federal bureaucracies accountable for their actions? How are they held accountable?

8.)Describe the process by which the federal budget is developed.

)Explain the structure of the federal judicial system. What are the responsibilities of each part of the system?

1.)Describe the difference and similarities between inside lobbying and outside lobbying. Discuss laws and regulations that apply to each.

Your response should be at least 200 words in length. You are required to use at least your textbook as source material for your response. All sources used, including the textbook, must be referenced; paraphrased and quoted material must have accompanying citations.

2.)

How has the news media evolved from the nation’s founding to what it is today? Discuss the various functions the news media has in American society. How well do you feel the media carries out these functions?

3.)Discuss how the news audience has changed from the 1970s until now. Do you feel that Americans can still find unbiased news anywhere today? Why or why not?

4.)Do you feel that special interest groups have too much power in politics today? Why or why not? Do you think we should allow these interest groups to continue to function as they currently do? Why or why not? What do you think would happen to our nation if we did not allow interest groups to continue to operate?

5.)Explain the structure of the federal judicial system. What are the responsibilities of each part of the system?

6.)How does the federal bureaucracy implement policy within the federal government? Give a specific example. Where does the bureaucracy get its power?

7.)Who holds the federal bureaucracies accountable for their actions? How are they held accountable?

8.)Describe the process by which the federal budget is developed.

Describe the process by which the federal budget is developed.

1.)Describe the difference and similarities between inside lobbying and outside lobbying. Discuss laws and regulations that apply to each.

Your response should be at least 200 words in length. You are required to use at least your textbook as source material for your response. All sources used, including the textbook, must be referenced; paraphrased and quoted material must have accompanying citations.

2.)

How has the news media evolved from the nation’s founding to what it is today? Discuss the various functions the news media has in American society. How well do you feel the media carries out these functions?

3.)Discuss how the news audience has changed from the 1970s until now. Do you feel that Americans can still find unbiased news anywhere today? Why or why not?

4.)Do you feel that special interest groups have too much power in politics today? Why or why not? Do you think we should allow these interest groups to continue to function as they currently do? Why or why not? What do you think would happen to our nation if we did not allow interest groups to continue to operate?

5.)Explain the structure of the federal judicial system. What are the responsibilities of each part of the system?

6.)How does the federal bureaucracy implement policy within the federal government? Give a specific example. Where does the bureaucracy get its power?

7.)Who holds the federal bureaucracies accountable for their actions? How are they held accountable?

8.)Describe the process by which the federal budget is developed.

Discuss changes that you would make to your local, state, or national budget based on the economic issue addressed in this article.

Locate and evaluate a periodical or newspaper article in print or online (e.g,, Wall Street Journal, New York Times, Time magazine, The Economist, Forbes) that details an economic issue on the local, state, or federal level. Make sure that the article is dated no longer than six months ago and the article is relevant to a topic covered in the course. Upon reading the appropriate article, write a 1000-1500 word analysis, making sure to clearly answer and include the following:  Write a summary of the article in your own words with limited quotes or paraphrasing. All quotes and paraphrasing must have proper APA citations.  Discuss changes that you would make to your local, state, or national budget based on the economic issue addressed in this article.  If you feel no changes are necessary, explain how the current budget influences the circumstances in the article.  Include your views (pro/con) on a possible amendment to the Constitution requiring a balanced federal budget.  Identify and analyze an historical event comparable to your article’s economic issue and how that incident impacted the daily life (work, home, and recreation) of the time.  Once you have evaluated the impact of this issue, discuss how the economic issue in your chosen article applies to your own daily life (work, home and recreation). Your paper should be written using proper APA format. You should also have proper APA formatted in-text citations and ending references.