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Read chapters 1 & 2 in the book below and follow directions on the Personal WV s

Read chapters 1 & 2 in the book below and follow directions on the Personal WV shift Essay instructions document uploaded in the files section when writing this essay. APA double spaced 2 to 3 pages. I also uploaded my testimony Out of the Darkness into the Light paper you can use to write this essay.
Sunshine, Glenn. (2009) Why You Think the Way You Do: The Story of Western Worldviews from Rome to Home.
Here are some Notes for you to use from my instructors lecture by Brekke, Gregg
NOTES:
A worldview is a set of life orienting presuppositions or assumptions that we hold of the basic makeup of our world.
How we see reality is one aspect of a worldview and how we live out that vision completes the picture. Worldview is a combination of head and heart.
Seeing a picture is never the same as living the life of the picture.
(A vision for Life) Worldview
A worldview is Human desires & choices
A worldview is a matter of the heart
A worldview is what one believes about reality influences how one responds to reality
A worldview has real world consequences
Some Worldviews are harmful
Elements
Worldviews are universal
A worldview may be conscious or unconscious-Automatic stereotypical
A worldview may be internally consistent or inconsistent
A worldview is changeable
A worldview may challenge, contradict, or clash with other worldviews
A worldview is developed from experience in the world
A worldview is about God and my purpose in the world
Are people good or corrupt?
#1 Worldviews are formative
A worldview is a basis/foundation which a culture is formed
#2 A worldview is explanative
Life orienting myths, symbols, and rituals provide cultures with a metanarrative, an ultimate story of reality.
#3 Worldviews are evaluative
Provides a basis for evaluating experiences
Epistemology – How we know something is true
#4 Worldviews are supportive
Worldviews provide psychological reinforcement for cultures way of life validating experiences
#5 Worldviews are Integrative
Helps culture integrate new information, values, philosophy or experiences
What do we really believe about the nature of reality (God, the world, and humanity
Metaphysics – The study of what is real or the way the world actually is.
Ontology The study of being
How do we know [Options authoritative, empirical, innate, intuitive]
= Epistemology
How should we act in response to reality (As individuals, community?)
What is the nature of reality
Theology – God
One-None-Many
Personal – Impersonal
Immanent – Transcendent
Cosmology – Nature
Material – Spiritual
Created – Autonomous
Orderly – Chaotic
Temporal – Eternal
Time-Linear-Cyclical
Events – History

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link to Ancient Corinth, Greek Peloponnese, American School of Classical Studies

link to Ancient Corinth, Greek Peloponnese, American School of Classical Studies at Athens. https://www.ascsa.edu.gr/excavations/ancient-corinth
Instructions for Paper attached as files.

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One of the aspects of conscious purpose that most concerned Gregory Bateson was

One of the aspects of conscious purpose that most concerned Gregory Bateson was its linearity. Acting on conscious purpose, we only see “a small arc of the larger circle.” If the arc is very small and the circle is very large, it’s easy to mistake it for a straight line. Life and the biosphere work on cyclical principles; linear change, if it happens, occurs very slowly. Very quick linear changes (ones that can be seen in one human lifetime, for example) are nearly always toxic to the biosystem.
Odysseus, as a hero, seems to be driven by conscious purpose. His way of seeing and perceiving, as well as acting, appears to be defined by a straight line of conscious purpose, one which seems to him to be constantly thwarted and ‘bent’ by the gods.
In a brief essay (500-700 words), examine how Odysseus’ way of seeing and acting represents a system of values that presumes linearity to be the proper and best mode of seeing the world, and show how it contrasts with the ways of seeing and the values of the Trobrianders.
The essay must be organized into distinct, meaningful paragraphs. A paragraph should, in most cases, be more than three sentences, but less than ¾ of a page. Your paragraph separations should reflect the organization of your examination of the texts.
If your essay does not include direct and precise citations of the texts by Homer, Malinowski and Lee (preferably with at least two or three brief direct quotes), the grade will be lower, on grounds of lacking precision. Please include page references in brackets, specifying which source if it’s not clear from the context.
The point of this test is to evaluate your comprehension of Homer, Malinowski and Lee. Outside references or extended discussions of non-relevant topics will incur a penalty on grounds of lacking coherence (focus and relevance).
Because the three sources for this essay have been specified, and are the course readings from the syllabus, no works cited list is necessary.

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I need 5 and 3 have to be from the material I send that are from what we covere

I need 5 and 3 have to be from the material I send that are from what we covered in class… THE 3 MATERIALS FROM CLASS IS A MUST.
1 being a book which we only read certain chapters (but I can send over a picture of the contents of ever chapter if case you want to see something or feel you need from the book). the book is The History of Latin America Collision of Cultures by Marshall C. Eakin. I will also post several documentaries of what we watched in class.
Topics I thought about covering are The Women of the Aztecs, Why is Aztec Architecture important?, Art History of the Aztecs , The French and Haiti Revolution or if you have something else you feel is easier or better that is find just let me know before you start it so i can approve it. I sent over potential essay topics on what else you can cover
This can be basic essay just as long as it follows the essay guide lines I sent over.
The Haitian Revolution!!! (Documentary)

History Channel Documentary – History of America – Aztecs Civilization

The History of Diego Rivera Mural in National Palace

America Before Columbus (Full Documentary)

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a belief summary of the 3 types of Mrico aggressions and examples. 3 Types of

a belief summary of the 3 types of Mrico aggressions and examples.
3 Types of
Microaggressions
1) Microassaults

2) Microinsults
3) Microinvalidations

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Pls choose option essay 1 (Close reading Peoplehood matrix) This has to be a 260

Pls choose option essay 1 (Close reading Peoplehood matrix) This has to be a 2600 word essay, the book that needs to reference this essay is called ” Bad Indians: A Tribal Memoir 2012″ Pls use the indigenous peoplehood matrix (that’s attached) and incorporate each topic into the essay please include the indigenous language, indigenous sacred history, indigenous place territory, and indigenous ceremonial cycle into the essay while referencing the book.
The essay should be about the book and how all 4 of those categories relate to it.
Link to the book: http://library.lol/main/69C15E309F6F0CF60BE7AAA6362CF146

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Select a work of art, literature, film, music architecture, theatre, dance, food

Select a work of art, literature, film, music architecture, theatre, dance, food, or photography from another country or culture. Aim to challenge yourself in this assignment to go beyond countries or cultural artifacts that you already enjoy or know well. The goal of the assignment is to see how a creative expression can change you and give you more capacity to see things through the eyes of others. So the more foreign your selection is to you and your experience, the more likely you can complete the assignment successfully. Your viewpoint and purpose should be clearly established and sustained.