It is up you to find out and decide on what citizenship means to you.So ask you this question “what does citizenship means to you?” will it be just by becoming a citizen of a country?Cleaning our surroundings and not littering around the area is one way to show our respect for our surroundings.Showing respect for our surroundings is another way of being a good citizen.So I closing being patriotic towards our country is what citizenship means to me.
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He’d rather have 3 daughters who love him and only him to the fullest to make him look unique and extraordinary than be filled with actual love.Here, Lear's pride is emphasized as he indulges in the common trend of despising in others what one is most embarrassed of oneself.We see in the first Act that King Lear is so determined to be “butter-ed up” with compliments that he does not need self respect, but he needs something to be proud of.While the word “proud” may be perceived as arrogant or conceited, “self respect” does the modification of the person under discussion.When we say pride and self-respect have a fine line of differentiation then I mean, if pride is honorable, then it is not pride but self-respect.
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...ause he never lacked trust or respect for the Lord.He did everything necessary to be the ideal companion for God.Even when God demanded that Abraham kill his own son, Abraham never once lost any respect or trust.Also, he showed that a mutual respect must be present if a relationship will work, and that trust is required at all times.He proved that devotion does not necessarily mean just strict servitude, but that it also means maintaining a relationship on a level that servants cannot.
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People of a homeless tradition do not contribute at all and at most times they should not receive respect at most time ,but in some case such as an unemployed veteran they should deserve respect.In China respect is given to elders at all-time even if they are mean but, that is not America.The army uses respect every single day the cadet’s respect there Sargent.That is why if we give them respect it could make them feel more need and wanted which would help their self-esteem which in many cases could solve suicidal mentally handicapped people that are not taken serious.Many people that are suicidal need to be given some respect so that they do not kill themselves we need as many people as possible so that when the zombie apocalypse hits w...
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We do worship Allah, believe in his prophets, believe and respect his sent religions, but then why we are we killing other human beings using the religion?Having respect to all nationalities and ethnic groups, have we proved ourselves as responsible human being?We have to respect and accept morality and have to prove ourselves as responsible creation.We need to re focus on our responsibilities and our purpose for which we have been sent to this world.Monday February 2010, .
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So what does this mean?Women just want respect but in order to respect your girl you must first respect yourself.Secret number five “RESPECT”.Respect is what will allow her to be comfortable enough and develop enough trust to open up to you.It means that she allows you to be with her and trust you not to try and control her, and it also means that you respect what’s important to her even if its shopping for shoes for three hours or getting ready for two hours, and doing what you say you are going to do when you say you will do it.
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Confidentiality is essentially about trust and respect.Mutual respect is essential for good relationships.A good relationship with a child would mean that you would respect them and they would respect you.From the earliest age, we should be using markers of respect in English such as saying please and thank you.We all have different abilities and strengths, and if we teach children to respect each other and to see each others’ strengths, we will be helping them to see that everyone can achieve in their own way.
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Coming from a Filipino family, my parents taught me to use “po” and “opo” every time I will be talking to elders and of course, to never dare to talk back— constantly telling me that these show respect.In addition, my former teachers would also repeat to me that I should always respect my elders.I believe that having the courage to disrespect my elders does not only mean that I could step up for myself and express my opinion on what I think is right, but also it could help the elders to think and reflect more on their views of things, which for me is a good thing.Therefore for me, earning one’s respect is a privilege.But does it feel right showing respect to people you have seen doing unjust things to others only because they are older?<...
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Kant’s ideas show respect for humanity and people’s decisions are not made for selfish pleasure seeking reasons by treating people as a means, but rather they are made based on universal morals and by treating everybody as an rational agent.Therefore, moral decisions made using Kant’s ideas can be applied universally.In order to determine if the maxim is ethical and able to be willed into universal law, it must pass three tests: autonomy, respect for humanity, and the kingdom of ends.The maxims that we base our lives on are intrinsically good because we are able to will it into universal law.The act of rape does not respect the agent as a rational being and could never be willed into a moral universal law.
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I mean, only four?I didn't mean that.Of course I respect Todd.I mean, "Romeo and Juliet: A Tragedy of Unawareness"?You don't respect me, and you obviously don't respect my friends.
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For example, when having a discussion about the American Dream and you have a negative statement about it keep it to yourself because you may offend someone just by what you stated.America gives you the freedom to get an education.You must also be respectful to oneself and others.It takes dedication, perseverance, and determination to be what you want to be in life.The pros and cons of speaking are saying the wrong thing at the wrong time or place and saying the right thing at the appropriate time.
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What does it mean to be a professional?The most important parts of professionalism include, but are not limited to excellence, respect, accountability, integrity and compassion.They are expected to have respect for others and their rights.A large part of being recognized as a professional includes earning the respect of clients and colleagues.Professionalism includes respect for all those around you.
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People need to learn to respect one another and show they have good manners.Also, listening to what others have to say is being respectful.Last, responsibility also is a huge part of having good character.People should not judge others before they get to know them; people never know what others have been through until they get to know them.No one wants to be treated badly, so they should not treat others that way.
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” (Wolff, pg155p2) Because these people base everything on “reason” or “infinite worth or dignity” only, its very easy to see why they would prefer Categorical Imperative to the golden rule.I treat you with respect because that is how I would like you to treat me.Persons, as rational agents, as ends-in-themselves, and as autonomous-these are the basic building blocks out of which Kant constructs his proof of the Categorical Imperative.But I feel rational moral agents take the “Golden Rule” as being to broad of a statement and complicates it when it doesn’t need to be.I could see that example falling under “not doing to anyone else what you don’t want done to you”.
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Thomas (2000) argues that, with the growing number of mergers and acquisitions, workforce diversity will become more of a priority for organizations and, therefore, in the future, people will become clearer on what diversity is and how to manage it.With respect to the realities of the concepts in UK organizations, empirical data from a survey of sixty UK human resource professionals and general line managers is presented.The de nition provided also embraces a range of individual skills, educational quali cations, work experience and background, languages, and other relevant attributes and experiences which differentiate individuals.As with the debates surrounding de nitions of human resource management and development (HRM/D), managing d...
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Respect is shown in tradition.This bracelet means that woman is pregnant and everybody has to help and support her, because pregnant women are in the highest respect.Brought up to respect nature children will gain peace of mind and harmony in future.They have to live in special camps to make them respect and love nature and nature decrees.If they understand this they will accept Great Holder and respect everything around them without wishing to change the nature.
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After being able to confess to Slim about his crime against Lennie George believes that Slim is a good man and trustworthy so he tells him about the situation in Weed and this shows how much integrity Slim has and how he now acquired Georges respect.Also without a character like Slim, Curley would bully the ranch hands and he is so violent you are not sure what the story would be like without him.Also during this scene you see how he is admired when the man brings the magazine to share with Slim and it is like he is a little child trying to get Slim’s friendship but something, which seems treasured within the ranch hands is Slim’s respect.I feel Slim shows the ranch hands that they should stand up to people when he is arguing with Curley...
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It is clear that a child who is not well taught on respect and community beliefs and values find it hard to bear with the hard environment surrounding him or her but with proper training then one is able to appreciate others.If one has a respect on him or herself then you are able to have respect on your own health and safety and you are unwilling to be manipulated by others because patience does not mean allowing others to mistreat you.They do so because they understand that its right and they have the courage and self – control top act decently, even when tempted to do otherwise learning to be responsible includes learning to respect and show compassion for others, practice honesty as a matter of course, show courage in standing up for...
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Over the last few decades, respect for autonomy has come to be recognized as a fundamental principle of Bioethics.But sometimes doctor thinks patient is making the wrong decision, how far should he go to try to persuade her or him to accept the treatment?In each case death is accepted as a foreseen, possible side effect of such a choice, but it is not directly chosen.Such decisions made by patients are based on a balancing of the benefits and burden of any such treatment and will include the goals, values and preferences that the patient has.Decisions regarding life-sustaining treatment are complex.
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html Ethical Theories and Approaches.edu Deontology and Kant.Reference Stairs, A.Kant’s Ethical Theory.“For Kantians, respect for another person is fundamental.
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There is no limit to perfection.No human is perfect, so it is impossible for a group of humans to be totally perfect.They do not mean that a family is perfect, but mean that the family has a good chance of staying together.All of the factors needed to make a perfect family are ways of bringing people closer together and strengthening relationships.For example, sharing is the opposite of selfishness and respecting others’ ideas is the opposite of egotism.
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I think that what the author wants to show his readers is that people want there beliefs and thoughts to be accepted and respected by others.The fact that the Chinese went to an English painter to paint the sign means that they accepted and respected him.At the end of the story the different cultures in the small town learn to accept and respect each other.And when all three cultures praise the sign it shows that they could overcome the cultural differences between them.There is great significance to the sign and what it means to the characters in the story.
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Strike's "Principle of Equal Respect" provides a vehicle for the reader to better understand the ethical issues presented in the novel.It is not, for example, a violation of equal respect to pay one person more than another because that person works harder and contributes more.This essay will examine the ethical issues presented in Ellison's novel in the context of Kenneth Strike's "Principle of Equal Respect".This does not mean that people are equal in their abilities.Second, when we are considering what it means to treat people as ends rather than means, we must respect their freedom of choice, even when we do not agree with their choices.
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The fact that Reverend Parris is the minister of Salem is quite hypocritical.If Danforth believed Mary’s story, it would mean that the girls’ testimonies were false, which in turn means the court was acting on false evidence, which makes Parris, the minister of the town, responsible for everything.Parris’ concern is to keep his reputation clean, and the decisions he makes for this to be possible, fuel the fire that warms the false court of Salem.As minister of the town, Parris’ views and decisions are weighty in Salem.He does exactly what a minister tells his villagers not to do.
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In “Two Kinds”, the mother is constantly demanding respect from her daughter.June’s mother is displaying her rules for respect."The Importance of Mother-Daughter Relationships in Two Kinds."The two different mothers in the stories view respect differently as well.When I think of what respect means to me, my definition is: listening and being mindful of what someone is saying or doing.
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She would rather respect the people she cares deeply for, whether they are dead or alive, than to live a life filled with guilt.She ridicules him by saying, “It is no shame To pay respect to our own flesh and blood.” (Sophocles 20).Her intuition and strong will discourages her from listening to the power of the state and to disobey some of her family to respect another part of her family.Because of her strong will and desire, she fought for what she believed in and would not let her guard down.Her obligation to her deceased family brings about her individualism and strengthens the ruling power of Thebes.
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This condition of Five Points was brought about by the fact that almost nobody in the area has respect for the law and they prefer to go about their business in their own way.This act shows that power was once very ‘physical – that one has to put into display a body to show supremacy.Bill’s concept of power is much more selfish.What does he do to show respect to Vallon?6) What does Tweed mean when he says that the “appearance of the law must be upheld especially while it is being broken”?
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Most people would appreciate getting respect from others but do people actually give respect.Official documents often refer to this disjunction as a reason for teaching Army Values, especially to new recruits.4 The fact that FM 22-100 leaves its readers wondering whether respect in Army leadership is the same as popular respect highlights a potentially serious operational problem.Without a clear, solid definition of respect, Army leaders cannot be expected to understand the sort of respect they are meant to exemplify.People appreciate receiving respect from others; however, much of the time people fail to give respect.If you want others to give you respect, you must first learn how to give respect yourself.
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Answer: Caring for the soul means avoid injustice, ruthless intellectual honesty, engage in self-examination, and sustain moral energy.Answer: Citizenship requires excellence, public service, reverence for the city (patriotism), respect for authorities and law, military training, beauty, and willingness to die for the city.Answer: Theseus greets Oedipus with respect and empathy.6) What does it mean to defend freedom on the basis of natural rights?4) What does it mean to say that freedom is recognition of necessity?
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So that the service user has the right to communicate in a way that they want to then they should be able to communicate in sign language or just talk normally then they need to provide support that will help them to communicate and they have to respect their choice and allow them to make that decision.So that the service users rights are there they have to be able to be treated in a dignified way they have to make sure that they don’t cause them any distress or cause them any harm which might effect them when they go back home also that have to make sure that they allow them to make their own choices and make sure that they are allowed their opportunity for them to happen.Another thing is that they have the right to be treated in a dign...
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