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Tutor profile: Stewart S.

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Subject: Writing

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Which writing perspective should, in most academic assignments, never be used?

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Answer:

First perspective

Subject: Philosophy

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Describe Kant's categorical imperative.

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Answer:

The principle explains that in order for a course of action to constitute ethical decision making, all people must be able to follow the same course of action and for the result to support itself. (i.e. in deciding if one can lie, consider that if all people could lie freely then any notion of truth could no longer exist and lying itself would become void, thus defeating its own purpose)

Subject: English

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Discuss Shakespeare's use of language in Sonnet 116.

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Shakespeare's extensive use of negative language, i.e. "not," "no," "never," indicates the possibility of nuance within a sonnet that, at its surface, reads as a traditional ode to love.

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