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  • The Arvind Mills Ltd.

    The Arvind Mills Ltd.

    THE ARVIND MILLS LTD. - A sneak peak into the U.S. markets "Achieve global dominance in select businesses built around our core competencies, through continuous product and technical innovation, customer orientation and a focus on cost effectiveness." - Vision - A Brief History In the year 1930, with the Indians' mass opposing of the fine and superfine fabrics imported from England, which was pioneered by Mahatma Gandhi, the Lalbhai Brothers discovered an opportunity in this

    Essay Length: 404 Words / 2 Pages
    Submitted: April 9, 2010 By: regina
  • John Stuart Mill's Utilitarianism

    John Stuart Mill's Utilitarianism

    Within John Stuart Mill's "Utilitarianism and the 1868 Speech on Capital Punishment," much is said on topics of being happy/unhappy and decision making being just or unjust. Specifically, Mill tackles this idea in Chapter five, which deals with justice and utility. The first question Mill will toss around is about being just or unjust to give a superior remuneration based upon skill or talent. Mill states that he sees two sides of justice working. On

    Essay Length: 1,096 Words / 5 Pages
    Submitted: April 12, 2010 By: Fatih
  • Hegel Vs. Kant

    Hegel Vs. Kant

    I appeal to you, the people of Kazakhstan, to share my vision of the future of our society and the mission of our state. I want to present to you a strategy which I am sure will help us in gaining this future and accomplishing our mission. I wish to share my considerations as to the future which looms far ahead in the next century, in the new millenium, in the pretty remote perspective. Time

    Essay Length: 10,165 Words / 41 Pages
    Submitted: April 15, 2010 By: Bred
  • Life in the Iron Mills

    Life in the Iron Mills

    Rebecca Harding Davis admirably wrote “Life in the Iron-Mills” to show the unrelenting fact that there is no such thing as social mobility and the only way for social stratification is placing one self outside the system. Davis’ introduction with landscape is more than just a picturesque walk for the reader to embark upon. The landscape of “Life in the Iron Mills” reveals the lack of any type of mobility, from the foggy sky to

    Essay Length: 729 Words / 3 Pages
    Submitted: April 17, 2010 By: Jon
  • Analysis & Critique of J.S. Mill's on Liberty

    Analysis & Critique of J.S. Mill's on Liberty

    Analysis & Critique of J.S. Mill's On Liberty The perception of liberty has been an issue that has bewildered the human race for a long time. It seems with every aspiring leader comes a new definition of liberty, some more realistic than others. We have seen, though, that some tend to have a grasp of what true liberty is. One of these scholars was the English philosopher and economist J.S. Mill. Mill's On Liberty provided

    Essay Length: 1,133 Words / 5 Pages
    Submitted: April 18, 2010 By: Victor
  • Emmanuel Kant’s Ethics

    Emmanuel Kant’s Ethics

    As we discussed in class on Monday night, Kant's main argument in the first section was dedicated to developing his belief that a rational beings have the capacity to reason and through this reason comes a beings ability to know what is right or wrong. Also, Kant revealed that a beings also have an inherent desire to keep themselves save physically and strive for happiness. Yet, these desires or needs can be fulfilled with pure

    Essay Length: 529 Words / 3 Pages
    Submitted: April 19, 2010 By: Mike
  • The Mind: Aristotle Kant and Socrates

    The Mind: Aristotle Kant and Socrates

    Daniel C. Dennet said in A Glorious Accident that, "our minds--if you like-- [are] just as real as our dreams"(Kayzer, 37). The implications of this statement are substantial, for if this is true--if our minds and our consciousness are just dreams or the constructs of our brain, what we perceive, our memories, and our sense of reality are nothing more than illusions. Not only is this scientifically a valid statement, but it forces us to

    Essay Length: 2,327 Words / 10 Pages
    Submitted: April 25, 2010 By: Jon
  • Kant: The Universal Law Formation of The Categorical Imperative

    Kant: The Universal Law Formation of The Categorical Imperative

    Kantian philosophy outlines the Universal Law Formation of the Categorical Imperative as a method for determining morality of actions. This formula is a two part test. First, one creates a maxim and considers whether the maxim could be a universal law for all rational beings. Second, one determines whether rational beings would will it to be a universal law. Once it is clear that the maxim passes both prongs of the test, there are no

    Essay Length: 1,406 Words / 6 Pages
    Submitted: May 1, 2010 By: Stenly
  • Kant Euthanasia

    Kant Euthanasia

    I am going to apply the theory of Kant's Deontology to the case regarding assisted suicide for psychological suffering. Based on Kant's theory, I have found suicide morally unjust. This case is about euthanasia and assisted suicide. On September 28, 1991, Dr. Boudewijn Chabot administered a sufficient amount of sleeping pills and a liquid drug mixture to a patient with the intentions of assisting the patient with death. The patient, Hilly Bosscher, was suffering from

    Essay Length: 371 Words / 2 Pages
    Submitted: May 2, 2010 By: Artur
  • Kant and Categorical Imperatives

    Kant and Categorical Imperatives

    In order to evaluate one's actions whether they are moral or not, we use many moral dilemmas. One of them is Kant's categorical imperative. This essay presents Kant's project of categorical imperative. Then, I will explain that rulers should appeal to Kant's categorical imperative when making foreign policy decision. In order to support my point of view, I will give importance to the reasons of why rulers appeal to categorical imperative when making foreign policy,

    Essay Length: 1,020 Words / 5 Pages
    Submitted: May 5, 2010 By: Mike
  • Marx and Mill

    Marx and Mill

    It has long been argued which social structure and government is right for a society. The philosopher Karl Marx argues that Communism is the best choice for government for a society while philosopher John Stuart Mill argues that the best choice for government is democracy. They both make strong arguments for their choices of government, but they both share a common theme and that is that their form of government is designed to help the

    Essay Length: 1,662 Words / 7 Pages
    Submitted: May 8, 2010 By: Fatih
  • J.S. Mills: Morality

    J.S. Mills: Morality

    In his work "On the Connexion Between Justice and Utility", John Stuart Mills begins by discussing the inherent feeling of justice that people have. He says that humans have both intellectual instincts and animal instincts, and that is it possible that the former judgements be wrong as well as the latter actions. Relating to the natural feeling of justice, Mills says, "Mankind are always predisposed to believe that any subjective feeling, not otherwise accounted for,

    Essay Length: 438 Words / 2 Pages
    Submitted: May 8, 2010 By: Mike
  • Aristotle's Ordinary Versus Kant's Revisionist Definition of Virtue as Habit

    Aristotle's Ordinary Versus Kant's Revisionist Definition of Virtue as Habit

    Aristotle's Ordinary versus Kant's Revisionist Definition of Virtue as Habit L. Hughes Cox Centenary College of Louisiana ABSTRACT: In what follows I examine the following question: does it make a difference in moral psychology whether one adopts Aristotle's ordinary or Kant's revisionist definition of virtue as habit? Points of commensurability and critical comparison are provided by Kant's attempt to refute Aristotle's definition of virtue as a mean and by the moral problems of ignorance

    Essay Length: 3,823 Words / 16 Pages
    Submitted: May 12, 2010 By: Max
  • Of Iron and Men: The Quest for Masculinity in Rebecca Harding Davis's Life in The Iron Mills

    Of Iron and Men: The Quest for Masculinity in Rebecca Harding Davis's Life in The Iron Mills

    Of Iron and Men: The Quest for Masculinity in Rebecca Harding Davis’s Life in The Iron Mills What is a Man? “A cloudy day: do you know what that is in a town of iron-works? The sky sank down before dawn, muddy, flat, immovable. The air is thick, clammy with the breath of crowded human beings” (Davis 11). This is how the short story Life in the Iron Mills begins. The author, Rebecca Harding Davis,

    Essay Length: 2,954 Words / 12 Pages
    Submitted: May 14, 2010 By: Kevin
  • Wickersham Mills Strategic Audit

    Wickersham Mills Strategic Audit

    Industry Analysis Textile manufacturing is one of the oldest of man's technological accomplishments. The oldest known textiles process dates back to about 5000 B.C. Since then, the textile industry grew out of the industrial revolution in the 18th Century as mass production of clothing became a mainstream industry. Starting with the flying shuttle in 1733, inventions were made to speed up the manufacturing process to a industry now that is automated and machine driven. In

    Essay Length: 1,613 Words / 7 Pages
    Submitted: May 16, 2010 By: Jon
  • Kant Metaphysical Exposition of Space

    Kant Metaphysical Exposition of Space

    Kant: Explain and asses what you think to be the best argument Kant gives as his "Metaphysical Exposition of Space" (B37-40) that space cannot be either and actual entity (Newtonian concept) or any independent relation among real things (Leibnizian concepti be on). In other words, is he successful in arguing that space must be (at least) a form of intuition? Do any of his arguments further show that space must be ONLY a form of

    Essay Length: 2,382 Words / 10 Pages
    Submitted: May 26, 2010 By: Venidikt
  • Kant Vs. Virtue Ethics

    Kant Vs. Virtue Ethics

    When we talk about whether or not a person is ethically right, we can look at the actions that he or she may partake in. These actions maybe studied in different situations such as the one that we were told to evaluate. While leaving the grocery store, one witnesses an old man struggling with his oxygen tank. Without thinking, you lift the tank and help the elderly man. This action is a kind gesture, but

    Essay Length: 829 Words / 4 Pages
    Submitted: May 28, 2010 By: Victor
  • Critical Analyis of John Locke, Hegel, and And John Stuart Mill

    Critical Analyis of John Locke, Hegel, and And John Stuart Mill

    Critical Analysis : Locke, Mill, Hegel Question 1: How does Locke prove that human beings have a natural right to private property? Answer (Book II chap V section 27): Humans have the right to private property because they are using their own labor in conjunction to take property from the state of nature and thus making it his own. By mixing his labor or his hands, which is an extent of himself, he is relating

    Essay Length: 343 Words / 2 Pages
    Submitted: June 8, 2010 By: Mike
  • Kant’s Theory

    Kant’s Theory

    Immanuel Kant criticized previous ethical theories, as moral obligations do not come for humans, their cultures or God. Moral obligations are not from any other source but reasons, according to Kant. We have duties to perform which shows we have common sense. Kant states when something is done out of inclination to yourself, it is not considered moral. For example, when you go to the bank to cash your check in the amount of $350.00.

    Essay Length: 656 Words / 3 Pages
    Submitted: June 9, 2010 By: Venidikt
  • John Stuart Mill

    John Stuart Mill

    John Stuart Mill was born in London in 1806 and died in 1873. Mill was put through a very rigorous education by his father. At the age of fifteen or sixteen, Mill read a book by Bentham. This was when Mill started to come up with his idea of utility. A few years later, he started a small utilitarian society. After writing a good handful of other books, in 1863, (after first appearing in magazine

    Essay Length: 2,326 Words / 10 Pages
    Submitted: June 13, 2010 By: David
  • An Overview of Immanuel Kant

    An Overview of Immanuel Kant

    The exploration into Immanuel Kant's thought is one of, insight, perception, and open-mindedness. His work in the field of philosophy and intellectual development spanned over thirty-five years. He wrote on virtually all philosophical topics but his love was in the branch of metaphysics. His role in the evolvement of modern thought is vast and profound. Immanuel Kant was born, lived, and died in Konigsberg, East Prussia. Although he never left East Prussia, he is one

    Essay Length: 2,040 Words / 9 Pages
    Submitted: July 28, 2010 By: Dina
  • Kant Vs Bhagavad-Gita

    Kant Vs Bhagavad-Gita

    Kant vs. Bhagavad–Gita There is a broad range of ethical beliefs. Of course, in ethics it is a matter of opinion of how people make decisions on a daily basis. I am going to be discussing Kant and Bhagavad-Gita's deontic ethics and their morality in terms of duty. Both have a wide range of similarities and differences. From Kant's perspective he teaches us that to have moral worth, an action must stem from duty. It

    Essay Length: 715 Words / 3 Pages
    Submitted: April 24, 2011 By: Miss1978
  • Viewpoints of Kant and Bentham

    Viewpoints of Kant and Bentham

    By comparing viewpoints of Kant and Bentham and relate it to our modern society, it is able to observe that Kant provides a more straightforward answer to whether it is moral to have an abortion . The standard of Kant is that, the final decision is only based on the moral worth of the action and furthermore, an abortion is a way to kill a person that is always considered as a murder and it

    Essay Length: 333 Words / 2 Pages
    Submitted: August 3, 2014 By: tsp009
  • Great American Knitting Mills: Calcetines Gold Toe (spanish)

    Great American Knitting Mills: Calcetines Gold Toe (spanish)

    GREAT AMERICAN KNITTING MILLS: CALCETINES GOLD TOE Corría el año 1981 y Frank Bendeheim, presidente de la Great American Knitting Mills estaba en la duda de cambiar la estrategia de distribución de los calcetines Gold Toe y se preguntaba cómo realizar este cambio. Historia de la Compañía En 1952, Bendeheim había comprado la fábrica junto con dos socios, a los mismos fundadores; en dos años se convirtieron en el fabricante de calcetines más importante del

    Essay Length: 1,450 Words / 6 Pages
    Submitted: December 8, 2015 By: barbaradiaz
  • Saralyn Mills Case

    Saralyn Mills Case

    Case #2: Saralyn Mills Nicole Vichon, marketing manager of Saralyn Mills, Ltd. A Canadian company is being urged to approve the creation of a separate marketing plan for Quebec. This would be a major policy change because Saralyn Mills international parent is trying to move toward a global strategy for the whole firm and Vichon has been supporting Canada-wide planning. Niclole Vichon has been the marketing manager of Sarlyn Mills, Ltd. For the last four

    Essay Length: 1,302 Words / 6 Pages
    Submitted: December 9, 2015 By: stephtod

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