Research Paper

The History of Computers

6 pages | 1450 words

This essay discusses the history of computers, from the early mechanical calculators to the modern day personal computers and servers. It covers the key inventors and inventions that led to the development of computers as we know them today.

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3 Main Themes from Biblical Stories and Their Practical Implications in Our Lives

6 pages | 1450 words

This essay discusses the main themes from biblical stories and how they can be applied in our everyday lives. The three main themes discussed are eternal life, the law, and pretense. Each of these themes has practical implications in our lives that we need to be aware of.

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G.E. Moore’s Argument for the Existence of an External World

6 pages | 1450 words

In this essay, I will discuss the philosophical problem of the external world, and in particular, G.E. Moore's response to it. I will explain what is meant by the problem of the external world and how it was first posed by René Descartes in his Meditations on First Philosophy. I will then go on to discuss Moore's response to Descartes and finally, present Moore's own argument for the existence of an external world.

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Cognitive and Psychosocial Development in Children

6 pages | 1450 words

This essay discusses the cognitive and psychosocial development of children. It looks at the main theories behind these areas of development, as well as the competency assessment tools available. It also explores the role of parents and teachers in promoting cognitive and psychosocial development, and how the social world can impact these areas of development.

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Theories of Human Change and Growth

6 pages | 1450 words

This essay explores different theories of human change and growth. The first section looks at the assumption that human beings are logical and how this affects change and growth. The second section looks at the need for change and growth, self-concept, culture, and family factors in change and growth. The third section looks at genetics and change, life-span development of change, old age, death, and dying. The fourth section looks at regrets.

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The Dilemma of Euthanasia: Jack’s Story

6 pages | 1450 words

This essay explores the ethical and moral issues surrounding euthanasia through the lens of Jack, a man who is considering whether or not to end his terminally ill mother's life. Jack must weigh his own personal beliefs against his professional ethics as a doctor, as well as consider the feelings of his wife and son who are also struggling with this decision. In the end, each member of Jack's family must make their own decision about whether or not to support his decision to end his mother's life.

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