'beauty is skin deep' how would you ethically justify the statement by applying different theories and real life example?
Maybe someone is really pretty and then one day you realise how ugly they are skin deep. Beauty is skin deep means that if you're pretty inside then you're pretty .
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Answer \nAnswering "Beauty is skin deep how deep is intelligence\n\nIntelligence is as deep as much you pay attention in class and as deep as you report card grades.\n\n\nSe…riously though, I didn't get the question :-?
Beauty is NOT skin deep!!!! No, you are always beautiful no matter what you look like. SOME people only judge by beauty but those are the ignorant people, the stupid people, …those who can not possibly understand how beautiful it is to be someone nice, kind a giving. Dont worry if you're not beautiful(though you probably are and you just refuse to see it and base your opinion of beauty on models in ,magazines). Did you know that through the ages painters only painted plump models or thatin some indian-asian countries the king only took wives that were plump, had a monobrow and had died their teeth black? Only recently has the anorexic look become what every woman wants to be, well? Beauty is NOT skin deep...! The meaning of that saying is that beauty on the outside doesn't mean you're beautiful on the inside -- it is not saying that anyone is not beautiful. Everyone is different. Everybody has different ideas of beautiful. And most perplexing of all, everyone's idea of beauty changes over time.
It means people might be beautiful to look at but inside might befar from beautiful; the most beautiful person could be, at heart,spiteful, wicked just plain nasty. So, you do…n't judge a person'scharacter by the way they look. fairejeune.com/lifecell-skin-review/
As with most advanced math, whether you'll actually use this in "real life" depends on whether you work in engineering or science, or not. You won't have much need for advance…d math if you work, say, as a hair stylist, a dentist, or a teacher of non-science subjects. Some uses of vectors (in engineering applications) include: Forces: calculate a resultant force, calculate conditions for equilibrium. Torques: calculate conditions for equilibrium. Momentum: calculations involving collisions. Electricity: add AC currents or voltages in series (requires complex numbers, which can be considered a type of vector); similarly, do calculations of AC currents or voltages in parallel.
Ethical issues don't mean anything if the law doesn't have to enforce them, so businesses, to make more money, take advantage (a lot of the time). Thus, businesses HAVE to hav…e some "ethics" to be able to sustain themselves legally, otherwise they're free to walk all over them.
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An example of this theory can be seen in the GalÃ¡pagos Islands. The GalÃ¡pagaos are 16 islands off the coast of South America that Charles observed in 1835. These islands…, we now know, were formed 4 million years ago from volcanic activity and had no life on them. Therefore, any animal living there now must have either flown or drifted to the islands. One species thriving in the Galapagos is the Marine Iguana, the only sea going Iguana (a type of lizard) in the world. So, if it is known that the GalÃ¡pagos were initially empty, "Where did this Iguana come from?" Darwin asked. Other reptiles came to the Galapagos Islands like the Yellow Land Iguana from South America. Reptiles such as these, being able to survive for long periods of time without food or water, could have drifted to the GalÃ¡pagos on driftwood or bark. Suppose the land Iguana had no food, due to overpopulation, and was forced to feed in the shallow waters on seaweed, small fish and molluscs. If one Iguana could swim better and could hold onto rocks better than others, even slightly, it would get more food and become stronger and healthier. It would therefore win more mates and reproduce more whilst its other brothers and sisters die from starvation. Later generations from this Iguana inherit and refine this talent and will survive and reproduce. Now, there are more of these skilled Iguanas who can also gather food from the sea. Thousands of generations later, with these traits selected, we end up with a new species, the Marine Iguana, which now far outnumbers the Land Iguana.
This statement is an example of a theory, because we haven't found all living things. Without knowing what all is in this world, or universe for that matter, this statement re…mains a theory. It would be hard to prove that we know what all life is. According to 'Cell Theory' a cell is the unit of construction in all organisms.
It was worth what you had to go through in order to get where you wanted to go.
how theory of probability used in real life
by throwing a coins or dice? maybe...
In Ethics and Morality
Animal Testing- this is an interesting answer because it could not be also defined as consequential. The moral choice here is to put an animal through pain, or to not. Basic…ally, the reasoning behind defending animal testing in say, a shampoo factory, is that it's for the greater good- if the animal gets hurt now, then we are saved later on. This is teleological because the moral choice was decided upon the probability of a good outcome: the animal is tested upon, we get shampoo. A consequentialist action is one where the being pursues an action because it is right, and is thus rewarded with a positive outcome. In the shampoo scenario, a person may avoid animal testing, and be thus rewarded with a nice shampoo bar from Lush.
In Ethics and Morality
C. Can agree that certain acts are morally justified
In Irony and Fallacy
Discuss the irony of the statement beauty is only skin deep from both a medical and physical aspect?
From a medical aspect, the surface of the skin is only a very smallportion of the body. Surface blemishes are shallow and do notextend into the lower dermal layers. If one str…ips off the outerlayer, they are left with perfection only a few millimeters belowthe surface.
In Math and Arithmetic
jelly beans, trolololol
In Math and Arithmetic
> Heaters, satellite dishes, parabolic lights, motion of the planets, telescopes, eyeglasses, shadows on a wall, a ton of sh*t basically Satellite dishes and the mirrors in… reflecting telescopes are both parabolic in shape. The stream of water from a drinking fountain travels a parabolic path. The orbit of the moon around the earth and the earth around the sun are elliptical. I'll bet you can find some real-life examples of circles on your own.