• Domestic Violence The Love Crime
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    Domestic Violence The Love Crime Domestic violence is one of the most common and expensive crimes committed today. We all know of someone who has been a victim of domestic violence and we are almost always aware that the perpetrator loves the victim. Whether in the heat of passion or a drunken stupor the perpetrator only wants the victim to understand how much they love them. Sometimes they yell at their victim to try and get this point across. Sometimes they feel they have to beat this thought ...
  • Categorical Imperative Evidence Maxim Truth
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    Immanuel Kant was a de ontologist, who believed that right actions bind us, or where the right actions come from it, not from consequences. Kantian philosophy outlines the Universal Law Formation of the Categorical Imperative as a method for determining morality of actions. Kant also introduces the notion of the categorical imperative the principle that is followed by all rational and reasonable beings, it is an imperative that we learn a priori by analyzing the nature of morality. A priori is n...
  • Economic Implications Of War In Iraq
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    The economic impact of the United States led war in Iraq are many and varied. With the apparent success of the United States led coalition in Iraq, the economic consequences of the war will be a lot less severe than many analysts had predicted before the war started. The cost of the war is divided into two areas; direct costs and indirect costs. The direct costs will be the cost the U. S. government bears directly for the war effort. This costs include the cost of sending the over 200, 000 mili...
  • Activity Based Costing Overhead Cost
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    Activity Based Costing In today's competitive economy, the cost structure is much more complex than that of the past, and there is a lot less room for error than that allowed in the more laid back economy of the past. Today's costing concerns arise from the growing disparity between direct and indirect product costs. American manufacturers have been pursuing a steady stream of manufacturing methods and technologies. The goal was simple and uniform: to reduce or eliminate direct costs. But as man...