The lack of close monitoring was especially detrimental to the company because of the fact that the contracted firm, EIS, was paid at an hourly rate: Another poor strategy was evident in their criteria for selecting members of the leadership team. For example, Ian Leadbetter did…… [Read More]. Bob Dylan and His Era. This article acts as a panegyric to Bob Dylan, describing him as representing "a hardly imaginable synthesis, combining the longings of a social romantic, the pride and arrogance of an individualist outsider, the derision of a satirist and the bitterness of an apocalyptic prophet" Honneth then goes on to describe how Dylan fits each of these roles.
He likens Dylan to something greater than a simple songwriter or performer, but like a prophet or great spokesman for a generation. Art, he explains, has the ability to transcend its cultural moment and speak to a greater truth than has heretofore been understood.
All artists, he states, have made a contribution to this popular culture. Dylan, however has the ability to include subtle messages of autonomy and freedom, unlike…… [Read More]. The way that a certain brand is advertised depends on what the company decided for that brand, namely what the strategy for it is. It also depends on a variety of marketing-related elements, such as product positioning on the market or the targeted group of consumers.
For example, a brand that is 2 on the market and aims to be 1 may have an advertising campaign that targets the leader. In correlating the advertising strategy with the branding strategy, our company needs to consider several elements. First, this is a new company, as well as a niche company. The first objective of a successful advertising strategy is to relate to the characteristics of the brand and understand how to reach the targeted group…… [Read More].
Marketing Plan for Liberty Travel Company. Dole is association for most Americans with pineapples and with various shady dealings in Hawai'i. If you want to go bananas, you go to Chiquita. This paper examines the marketing strategy currently employed by Dole Bananas, asking how well this company is doing against others in the banana business as well as asking from what other directions Dole might face competition in the future and how well it is prepared to meet those challenges.
Chiquita is indeed Dole's major competitor at least in terms of banana sales it is not a significant competitor in terms of pineapples, for example and the two companies have clearly tried in recent years to differentiate themselves from each other so as to grab a larger share of the market. This is…… [Read More]. Civil Liberties and Terrorism.
Limiting te Spread of Radical and Online ate speec or retoric tat calls for violence against anoter organization or te government itself. Sources of information about operational tecniques, suc as ow to create bombs, develop poisons or to carry out effective violent attacks. Wenever te subject of terrorism comes up, te question of ow to balance law-abiding Americans' rigts to individual freedom wit te need for public safety inevitably must be addressed.
In , in Holder v. Humanitarian Law Project, te U. Supreme Court found tat even "peaceful speec in te U. Te material in question did not meet te standard of Brandenburg v. Oio, "wic eld tat advocacy of violence can be made criminal only if it is directed to incite imminent lawless action and is also likely to produce suc…… [Read More]. Patrick Henry's Speech in March Liberty Patrick Henry's speech to in March of is one of the best-known speeches in American history, and captured the emotions being experienced by many people involved in the American evolution.
Henry differed from many of the other leaders of the evolution in that he had not gained prominence and respect prior to the revolutionary period. Henry began life as somewhat of a ne'er do well, eventually choosing the practice of law. He eventually became a prominent member of the evolution, where he was considered a liberal firebrand and a powerful orator.
This was due to his commitment to individual liberty, which is evident in his most famous speech. For him, it is also important to know that liberty, while dependent on the individual's decision alone, should also take into account the consequences that will come out upon the accomplishment of an action. That is, it is vital that the individual think of the 'bigger picture': Mill posits on this issue, "The liberty of the individual must be thus far limited; he must not make himself a nuisance to other people It is desirable, in short, that in things which do not primarily concern others, individuality should assert itself.
Where, not the person's own character, but the traditions or customs of other people are…… [Read More]. Mill Place Any Limits on. Every act happens at some time and in some place, and in like manner every act that we do either does or may affect both ourselves and others.
Rees is at the helm of the counter-movement of interpretations, arguing that there is a distinguishable difference between actions that affect others and those that affect others' interests; he purports that it is the protection of other's interests to which Mill meant for liberty's limitation.
Rees constructs a relativistic, conservative interpretation of liberty, in which the emphasis is placed on distinguishing interests from 'arbitrary wishes, fleeting fancies, and capricious demands. The freedom of choice…… [Read More]. Balance between Emergency Powers. There appears to be significant connection between increase of liberty and insecurity Gearty 1. However the question here is what security means, in some instances, security could be national threats such as terror attacks or internal forces threatening the political establishments, those that advance particular ideological ends such as those witnessed in Most North African such as Libya and Arabian countries such as Yemen.
Nonetheless, in instances of such threats, civil liberties suffer and it becomes a challenge reconciling it with national security. There are many aspects of liberal democracy such as freedom of expression, association and…… [Read More]. Ethics and the Law. Ethics and the Law It is morally acceptable for the law to require people to do things for their own self-development? I believe it is morally acceptable to require people to do things for their own self development.
Aspects such as making children attend school, requiring high schools to offer basic curriculum courses, or requiring systemically viable institutions to be certified, I believe, all are morally acceptable laws.
Although society overall benefits from the self-development of its own constituents, the world benefits as a more educated population continues to drive economic prosperity Berlin, Few would argue over the merits of self-development and its obvious advantages.
To whom does it NOT apply? Mill justifies the liberty principle according to "the permanent interests of man as a progressive being" On Liberty, p. What are the strengths and weaknesses of this argument? Liberty should apply to everyone with a few exceptions. First, liberty should only be granted to the extent in which this liberty does not harm another's liberty. This is known as the harm principle.
People should be granted liberty however the right to liberty must stop when it hinders on someone else's well-being. The same principle can also be applied to help others prevent self-harm. For example, children and "backwards" people are unable to prevent self-harm to themselves when granted too much liberty. Therefore, Mill's believes that in such examples despotism is appropriate so long as the ruler is…… [Read More]. Politics and Marriage Discuss Two.
I do not feel that the state should be allowed to draft marriage terms that do not adequately protect the liberty and equality of each spouse. I believe that cultures of the world are slowing moving towards a global culture that embraces liberty and equality through globalization and advances of information technologies.
In fact, this point seems evident in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Article 16 of this document states the United Nations, N. They are entitled to equal rights as to marriage, during marriage and at its dissolution. The main argument that is evident in Hayek's book on The Constitution of Liberty basically revolves around freedom and its value to a person, the society, and overall civilization. The possibility of progress in each of these areas is seemingly impossible because of lack of freedom of action in particular.
Hayek uses liberty or freedom interchangeably to state that contemporary civilization is in crisis since the estern nations have lost faith in liberty principles. Generally, liberty basically requires that the compulsion of some by other people in the society to be lessened as much as possible.
In his early discussion about progressive taxation, Hayek states that the notion of interpersonal comparability of utilities has been primarily abandoned. However, many policymakers…… [Read More].
Patriot Act Debate Security vs Freedom. Marineau, in which a middle-schooler who wore a t-shirt openly critical of President George Bush was suspended from school for being disruptive. Zachary Guiles "was later allowed back in school, but he was told that he couldn't wear the T-shirt unless he taped over certain pictures on the T-shirt -- pictures of a martini glass, lines of cocaine, straws, and razor blades.
The pictures were references to substance abuse problems President Bush is said to have had as a younger man. Although the Supreme Court ultimately declined to hear the case, the Second Circuit judges where the case was decided "determined that for speech that isn't vulgar…Schools may not regulate such student…… [Read More].
Earlier in this paper it was revealed that a small unit within the Security Service was originally doing the work; but soon the espionage unit had grown to more than 1, On page Major Vernon Kell began -- what later became an out-of-control behemoth organization -- with just "a room, a desk and a filing cabinet"; when Kell asked for a clerk to assist him, the bureaucracy was surprised that "…such extravagance was necessary" Hiley, This juxtaposition is by way of explaining how, as the fear of the Germans expanded, and as the list of suspected spies grew enormously huge, and paranoia became so powerful that peace groups and labor groups came under suspicion, civil liberties were shoved aside.
On page Hiley notes that prior to October , in order to open a letter that was passing through the Royal Mails, a warrant had to be signed…… [Read More]. Patrick Henry and the Coming Storm of War. However, there was a reason that Patrick so vehemently stressed the concept of enslavement in his speech, a reason that is implied in the words "no man thinks more highly than I do of the patriotism.
Terrorism and Loss of Civil. They now work together in what has become an ideological battle against the U. In this vicious battle against the terror outfits, our people have been robbed of their cherished freedom, which has always been the cornerstone of our constitution.
As history has time and again illustrated, 'power corrupts and absolute power corrupts absolutely'. This can be extended to the patriot act, which has given absolute power to the law enforcers at the cost of the freedom and privacy of its citizens. Ethnic profiling and 'speculation without any accountability' have undermined the rule of law and overridden civil and constitutional rights of thousands of citizens.
The much-touted 'preventive paradigm' of which the patriot act is an important tool has resulted in much wrongdoing. The former president's acceptance that Iraqi invasion was a 'terrible mistake' is enough proof of the strategic misadventure of a failed intelligence system backed by emergency terror…… [Read More]. Art Women in Art the. Perhaps she realized her husband did not really love her. Probably, she followed him willfully as his wife and as a woman's duty , but she could have found that marriage without love is not nearly as satisfying as a loving relationship, and she may have been disappointed and disillusioned, something that clearly shows in her proud features.
Whatever the painting explores, it shows a rigid and seemingly unhappy woman, and this seems to mirror many women's lives at the time. They were subservient to men, and even more, they played little role in most of society, and so, they were not masters of their own fates or well being. They could not own property, they could not vote, they could not hold office, and most of…… [Read More].
Personal Freedom and Also the. Mill agrees that the mischief a person does to himself can affect others, and he finds that it is right to bring to bear moral disapprobation, henever there is a definite damage, the case moves out of the province of liberty and into that of morality or law.
Mill in his work on Liberty proposed a simple principle for determining whether society has a right to limit individual freedom, a principle based on utilitarian concepts and applicable to the individual in his or her dealings with society. The only thing of ultimate value is the happiness of individuals, and individuals can best achieve their happiness in a civilized society when they are left free to pursue their own interest with their own talents as these…… [Read More]. Home Topics Other Liberty Essays.
Positive and negative liberty. The Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy Retrieved: The Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy. References List Fisher, L. American Constitutional Law, Civil Liberties in Time of War.
References The Clark Clifford Report. Assault on the Liberty. And Millington, Henry W. Retrieved on March 14, at http: A Look Over My Shoulder: A Life in the Central Intelligence Agency. Random House, New York. The politics of fear. Retrieved 26 Oct at http: What of Mill's point that individuals should be allowed to act as they wish, as long as they don't make themselves "a nuisance to other people. An individual child may borrow a gun -- and harm society.
An individual terrorist may learn how to fly planes in America -- and bring down the World Trade Centers and harm and kill thousands -- as well as cost millions to society. One of the individual rights is the right to live a safe life -- a life where stopping to get gas, one is not gunned down by a sniper; where, attending school, one is not gunned down by a classmate; where, going to work one sunny morning, one is forced to jump from a story window because one is burning to death.
I believe Mill would have called this a time for government intervention, much along the lines we are seeing now, because he would view this as an unfortunate time where "barbarians" put us at risk for our very safety -- out of which liberty arises. But I also believe he would argue for a very public discussion, one that has been squelched.
Though humans are a mixture of barbarian and angel, of evil and grace, and always will be, there are ways in which societies can adjust to terrible times. And one of those ways is to encourage an open discussion of all issues. Original Book published Com, Great Books online.
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Isaiah Berlin Virtual Library - berlin. Works Cited Declaration of Independence. Translated by Steve Thomas. University of Adelaide E-text Collection. Reference List Associated Press. Original work published Reconciliation of the Liberties View Full Essay. Works Cited Constant, Benjamin. Cambridge University Press, Princeton University Press, On the Social Contract. Courier Dover Publications, Mill on Liberty View Full Essay.
The Declaration of Independence, and constitution were built on the recognition that freedom and responsibility, to ourselves, to our fellow citizens, to our government and from our government to us is the cornerstone of life, and prosperity. Possibly this was part of the understanding of Patrick Henry when he gave his famous speech from St.
John's Church in Richmond, Virginia in which he demanded "Give me liberty, or give my death. As such, there is no other framework to understand the interaction of faith, life, and political service but as a sacred duty to work for the well being of all men. Even if men did not embrace the same faith as the founding fathers, they committed their lives, property, and sacred honor in the pursuit of freedom, religious, political, cultural, and economic freedom for the entire nation's citizenry.
This principle stood fast on our nation through successive attacks for over years. It is not until recent decades that those who oppose freedom, in favor of giving power back to a few, have been able to breech the walls, and begin to tear down the freedoms, rights and responsibilities on which our country was founded.
Civil Liberties View Full Essay. How Democratic is the American Constitution? Yale University Press, Critics of the Constitution, University of North Carolina Press, , References Locke, John, and Peter Laslett ed. Two Treatises of Government. Print Rosner, Lisa, and Theibault, John. A Short History of Europe, Sharpe "Africans in America Narrative: Part 2, The Revolutionary War.
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Manchester University Press, The American Journal of Bioethics. Death with Dignity Act Oregon. The Woodworking Case Study. Retrieved May 23, This article is a review of the book Positively Bob Dylan: Actually, the article deals with the many different texts about Bob Dylan that had appeared on the landscape at that time. Russell points to several different texts and judges their effectiveness by the information that they provide.
Of all, he seems to be most fond of Clinton Heylin's book Bob Dylan: This favorable review of Heylin is counterpointed with a negative review of a book by Richard Williams. This book, entitled Dylan: A Man Called Alias, he argues is not as truthful as the Heylin book. On accusation is levied that Williams "adopts some commonly held misconceptions without reexamining the primary evidence" He also describes a third book, Richard Wissolik's Bob Dylan, American Poet and Singer which he defines as the most scholarly of the three texts.
The article is useful in that it illustrates one Dylan scholar's perspective on two potential sources. It gives a third point-of-view in a dialogue between Heylin and Williams.
For someone trying to write a researched analytical paper on Bob Dylan, it is helpful to have another opinion about which sources should be relied upon over others. There are so many different sources out there in the world that it is very easy to get overwhelmed and to rely on information that is potentially false. By examining this article, not only do I get Russell's impressions of those other two books, but his own experiences and understanding of Dylan himself.
The article goes on to describe some other books and texts that would be helpful for a scholarly paper discussing Bob Dylan. This is a valuable asset for someone searching for viable sources. Gustafson, Tara, Chabot, Brian, Cornell Maple Bulletin 2. Lewis, Randall, Rao, Justin, Last retrieved on November 27, 3. Brassington, F, Pettitt, S. Principles of Marketing, 2nd Edition.
Pearson Education Limited 4. The international banana trade. Who Poses a Greater Threat? Lone wolf terrorists tend to have less formal organizational capabilities and training than organized terrorists. Thus it would seem that lone wolves are less likely to precipitate actions with mass causalities.
However, they can still be quite deadly as in the case of "Nidal Malik Hasan in the United States, who killed many of his fellow soldiers after opening fire at a military base" Thompson The problem with lone wolf terrorists is that their motives may be so shadowy and their logic so twisted it is difficult to anticipate their actions or predict where they will strike.
Or, in the case of Hasan, they may be a case of an insider whose disaffection with the organization gradually spills over. Available from Internet, Henry, Patrick. Give me liberty or give me death. Ethics and the Law View Full Essay. Now, "more perfect," "justice," "common," "general welfare," "blessings of liberty," and the limits of "liberty" themselves, are all moral concepts. In addition the interpretation of "domestic tranquility" with respect to attempting to better determine individual rights, social order, preventing crime, and capturing and prosecuting criminals is yet another moral term.
In these instances, many of the major moral purposes of the Constitution are to help us be law-abiding so that we are an evolving country, rather than merely a stoic and obedient nation. I therefore believe, it would be remiss, and wrong, to make laws or to try to interpret laws in court without any regard to their moral meaning, moral significance, or moral consequences insofar as these impact justice, liberty, general welfare, the common defense, and domestic tranquility.
Works Cited Exploring Constitutional Conflicts. The Right to Marry. Retrieved from Exploring Constitutional Conflicts: The Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Retrieved from the United Nations: Why Ban Cousin Marriages? Retrieved from Huffington Post: The Constitution of Liberty: Works Cited Elliott, Justin.
Works Cited Hiley, Nicholas. The Historical Journal, 28 4 , The English Historical Review, , Standing up to the Patriot act can be good Politics', Reason, 37 6 , pp. American Art, a Cultural History. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Works Cited Carlyle, Thomas. Campus Life Your schedule may be packed, but make sure you take some time to clear your head with one of the many recreational activities going on at Liberty University.
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Through liberty, no one should be discriminated for their race, beliefs, or ideas. I strongly believe that all men are equal because we were created the same by God. I also believe that man is mostly good and those that aren't, can be reformed.
John Stuart Mill's Essay On Liberty - John Stuart Mill's Essay On Liberty The main theme of on liberty was the individual. Everything else, society, education,government and so forth had their basis in the individuals rights to his own liberty. Liberty is a magic concept which has inspired millions to revolt and the history of mankind is nothing but the story of liberty. The celebrated French philosopher Rousseau on the eve of the French Revolution of made a historic declaration "Man is born free but is everywhere in chains".
Essays Although one of my primary pastimes is reading, writing is a close second. Books reveal to me the world and universe, writing helps me focus and develop my own thoughts and perspectives. Liberty is derived from the Latin word liber which means free. It is a word of negative meaning denoting absence of restraint. It is a word of negative meaning denoting absence of restraint. Its primary significance is to do what one likes, regardless of .