1. For al-Ghazali, what is the “tongue of the Spiritual State” and why can the d

1. For al-Ghazali, what is the “tongue of the Spiritual State” and why can the dead hear it clearly? Why might the living have been unable to hear it clearly? What distracted them? 2. What role does the “grave” play in its discourse with the dead? How might the experiences of two deceased persons be… Continue reading 1. For al-Ghazali, what is the “tongue of the Spiritual State” and why can the d

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The discussion questions listed below are directly related to Module Learning Ob

The discussion questions listed below are directly related to Module Learning Objectives (MLOs) for this Module and to Course Learning Objectives (CLOs). Discussion Question Response posts must develop an argument that answers the questions posed, relate it to the course material as evidence, engage with your peers’ answer and reasoning, and meet the expectations for… Continue reading The discussion questions listed below are directly related to Module Learning Ob

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Sigmund Freud claimed he had discovered the Unconscious, which refers to that me

Sigmund Freud claimed he had discovered the Unconscious, which refers to that mental activity of which we are unaware and are unable to access. The home of “repressed” meaning, unwanted or rejected thoughts and trauma. Freud uses the term the unconscious as if it had an identity separate from that of “the conscious.” In thinking… Continue reading Sigmund Freud claimed he had discovered the Unconscious, which refers to that me

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I am working on Brown vs. Board of Education (1954) and writing my plan submissi

I am working on Brown vs. Board of Education (1954) and writing my plan submission, I did all the steps required but got stuck at the last part. I am asking for help with how to put the rest together and what I am missing. As I am having problems getting things to upload, I… Continue reading I am working on Brown vs. Board of Education (1954) and writing my plan submissi

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1/Hinduism boasts a rich and complex textual tradition. Explain how the study of

1/Hinduism boasts a rich and complex textual tradition. Explain how the study of Hinduism differs from the study of the so-called “religions of the book” Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. How should one approach and appreciate Hinduism? 2/Describe the Last Judgment in Zoroastrianism and what happens to the humans who are still living at that time.… Continue reading 1/Hinduism boasts a rich and complex textual tradition. Explain how the study of

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First, watch the videos and read the texts covering the portraiture of Frans Hal

First, watch the videos and read the texts covering the portraiture of Frans Hals: Frans Hals, An Introduction Frans Hals, Frans Hals, Mal Babbe Then, use the Raphael vs. Hals comparison images in this week’s module to compare and contrast these two portraits in an approximately 300 word essay. Consider the following questions in your… Continue reading First, watch the videos and read the texts covering the portraiture of Frans Hal

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Hinduism boasts a rich and complex textual tradition. Explain how the study of Hinduism differs from the study of the so-called “religions of the book” Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. How should one approach and appreciate Hinduism? FIRST READ, THEN INTERPRET! 1. READING SCRIPTURE: Read the first 10 chapters of the Bhagavad Gita. A link to… Continue reading Hinduism boasts a rich and complex textual tradition. Explain how the study of H

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Due Thursday by 11:59pm Points 30 Submitting a text entry box or a file upload Available Jan 21 at 12:01am – Apr 22 at 11:59pm Having read through Chapter 3, please respond to THREE of the following questions. Please type up your answers in any word processing software that is readable by a PC [i.e.… Continue reading Due Thursday by 11:59pm
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Early Indus Valley Civilizations: Learn here (Links to an external site.) how to

Early Indus Valley Civilizations: Learn here (Links to an external site.) how to use discussion boards in Canvas. Based on the material in Units 1, 2, & 3, how unique was Harappan society compared to the other societies we have covered in Units 1, 2, & 3 (Mesopotamia, Africa, and China)? Did it have more… Continue reading Early Indus Valley Civilizations:
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1. For al-Ghazali, what is the “tongue of the Spiritual State” and why can the d

1. For al-Ghazali, what is the “tongue of the Spiritual State” and why can the dead hear it clearly? Why might the living have been unable to hear it clearly? What distracted them? 2. What role does the “grave” play in its discourse with the dead? How might the experiences of two deceased persons be… Continue reading 1. For al-Ghazali, what is the “tongue of the Spiritual State” and why can the d

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