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### Subject:Philosophy

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What is the role of the Leviathan?

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Hobbes was a prominent social contract theorist. His theory claims that without any form of government or social contract, the \emph{state of nature} of mankind is chaotic and unruly. When members of a society concede some rights to a leviathan or governing body, they gain the benefits of social protections for themselves and their property.

### Subject:LaTeX

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Distinguish 3 ways of displaying equations or formulae in LaTeX.

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Way 1: Use single or double  to display mathematical expressions inline. Way 2: Use \[ to display expressions on a separate line. Way 3: Use the equation environment, to display equations on a separate line while also numbering them. This allows you to use the \label option in case you want to refer to them later.

### Subject:English

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In what ways is the novel \emph{Never Let Me Go} relevant to today's sociopolitical climate?

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Despite the novel being highly fictionalized, author Kazuo Ishiguro addresses issues of social control, surveilance, medical ethics and autonomy which are prevalent in our society today. The 'students' in the novel are human clones, bred for the purpose of organ donation to their counterparts. The clones are sympathetic characters and their humanization underscores the injustices of the cloning process. Readers are made to question the ethics behind the cloning process and whether the clones deserve full autonomy as much as their original counterparts. Do clones share the same moral status and value as regular people? If not, does society have a right to surveil them and decide the course of their lives? As medical technology in our society advances, we will have to answer such questions along the way.

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