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Tutor profile: Michael M.

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Michael M.
3.97 GPA 4th year Criminal Justice student @ Gwynedd Mercy University
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Subject: Philosophy

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What is a difference between Plato and Aristotle's view of arete?

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Plato describes arete as being sourced in an internal self-fulfillment where one realizes excellence within themselves. Aristotle claims that it is actually sourced in the actions of the individual (as self-fulfillment alone can not be considered excellence).

Subject: Criminal Justice

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What is a possible explanation for the Victim-Offender Overlap?

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According to Sampson and Lauritsen's 1990 Principle of Homogeneity, due to demographic similarities, certain populations of individuals are more likely to gravitate and associate with each other. Under this premise, should an individual associate with a circle of criminality, they predispose themselves to an increased risk of victimization thus creating the overlap.

Subject: Fire Science

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What is fire?

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Michael M.
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Fire is the rapid self-sustaining process of oxidation that is accompanied by the exothermic chemical release of heat and light.

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