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Q: Why is it important to maintain academic honesty? What are you going to do to make sure you avoid plagiarism?
A: Academic honesty is vital to your work as a student. The credit, certificate, and/or degree that you earn must reflect the work that you do. [ If you commit an act of academic dishonesty, you will always know that your grade, certificate, and/or degree wasn?t honestly earned. In addition, academic dishonesty is a very serious offense that could have damaging consequences for you as a student and
later in life, ranging from a lowered grade on one assignment to suspension from the College. ]
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User: Why is it important to maintain academic honesty? What are you going to do to make sure you avoid plagiarism?

Weegy: Academic honesty is vital to your work as a student. The credit, certificate, and/or degree that you earn must reflect the work that you do. [ If you commit an act of academic dishonesty, you will always know that your grade, certificate, and/or degree wasn?t honestly earned. In addition, academic dishonesty is a very serious offense that could have damaging consequences for you as a student and later in life, ranging from a lowered grade on one assignment to suspension from the College. ]
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User: Images bombard us in daily life. From product advertisements to reality shows, images surround us and make us think. A visual image can be a powerful form of persuasion. Chapter 5 of Critical Thinking offers some examples of such persuasive images. Do you think all visual images are accurate? Share an example of how a visual image has affected you?

Weegy: Not all visual images are accurate. Visual images can be persuasive but they can also be misleading. [ An example of a visual image that has affected me is of a man falling down from the world trade center after he had seemingly jumped out of it on 9/11. The man was falling down in a peaceful zen-like manner and it seemed like he had come to terms with his fate judging from the picture. Upon looking at other pictures, his panic was apparent and whatever you concluded from the "peaceful" picture was now contradicted in other later pictures of the same man falling. ]
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User: Many of the rhetorical devices addressed in Ch. 6 of Critical Thinking connect to the role of emotion in argumentation. Emotion and passion are two powerful entities that affect the outcome of an argument. Is it possible to ensure that emotion does not influence your critical thinking? If yes, how? If no, why not?





Weegy: Aspiration, Intention Accomplishes Success is primarily determined by our aspiration in life, and the effort to make our intention come about. Intention, Will, and Accomplishment An intention is a choice we make - i.e. a decision. [ [ The power and effectiveness of our decisions depend on the intensity of the Will with which we make them, and how we stick to them once we have made the choice. The greater the Will, the more the energy is released for accomplishment. (paraphrase of MSS) Attracting What We Intend If our mind and heart is focused on accomplishing something, we tend to attract it. Life Responds to Decision, Emotion, Action Life responds most powerfully and quickly when our mental decision is endorsed by our vital emotions and by our physical actions. E.g. if I decide to initiate a new undertaking, and then sustain a deep emotion for it to come about, while taking every necessary action, life will respond overwhelmingly, quickly bring me what I was after. It can even come instantaneously, at the beginning. Two New Acquaintances Meet When Thinking of One Another When two people who have just met are thinking about one another and are separate in physical space, they tend to suddenly meet serendipitously in the same place. Intensity Attracts More of It If you feel intensely about anything, more of it will show soon after. It can come positively or negatively depending on the nature of one?s feeling. ]
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