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barry whitney resume The Problem of Evil: Aesthetic Considerations. By Barry Whitney. Abnormal! Few would b e willing to argue an intellectually viable resolution of the problem of was the, evil ('theodicy')1 is possible. I wish to propose, nonetheless, that aesthetic considerations may be the basis for such a resolution. I refer to it as an “aesthetic solution” although its aesthetic aspects do not constitute the entire theodicy. Sexual Behaviors! The solution may seem disconcertingly harsh and unconventional, but given the current state of discussions on the theodicy issue, I think the solution proposed here is sound and an appropriate option that ought to anzaldua be pursued in theodicy discussions.2 One of its strengths is that it does not succumb to what I shall describe as an illicit, question-begging methodology utilized in many theodicies, both historically and contemporaneously. I wish to point out that I am not disputing the veridity of certain beliefs held in faith.

That is quite another matter. What I am disputing, however, is the presumption of these beliefs within a rational theodicy. God's existence cannot be presupposed either as a belief held in faith or as an a priori necessity,8 since it is this very belief in God which is challenged by sexual, the evil and suffering in the world. A rational, intellectually viable theodicy must provide convincing reasons to justify belief in uk head office, God's existence, despite the world's evil; it must provide also a defensible interpretation of the divine attributes and demonstrate persuasively why belief in behaviors, God is not undermined by the pervasiveness of the evil and suffering which saturate our existence. If theodicy assumes God's existence and/or the related beliefs (that evil and suffering are means by uk head office, which God attains good ends, or that God is testing us, or punishing us, that evil is the abnormal sexual result of the Adamic 'fall', that there is an afterlife compensation and/or fulfilment provided by God, that suffering is caused by Essay on Obedience vs. Personal, evil powers, or that suffering has been redeemed by Christ, etc.), all of this presupposes what is at stake. A rational solution to abnormal sexual behaviors theodicy must proceed in isolation from such beliefs, or at uk head office least hold them in suspension. This presumably is a controversial point. Abnormal Behaviors! But I wish to distinguish my view from one possible misunderstanding.

Some time ago, Nelson Pike asserted that 'when the existence of what technology, God is accepted [in faith] prior to abnormal behaviors any rational consideration of the status of evil in the world, the traditional problem of evil reduces to a non-critical perplexity of relatively minor importance'.9 1 am not aware of any detailed response to uk head this view, but my response is that the assumption of religious beliefs may perhaps resolve the problem of evil on the existential level, since a person's faith provides religious certainty of God's existence and this in turn provides certainty that there must be a 'morally sufficient reason' for the evil and suffering in the world. As such, a person is better able to sexual cope with evil -- the 'existential' dimension of the gloria anzaldua borderlands summary theodicy issue.10 Yet this leaves the rational problem of evil unresolved. Faith in God, based on biblical texts, institutional teachings, or personal religious experience, etc., may provide theists with reasons for God's causing or permitting evil (as tests, trials, punishments, and the like -- largely biblically based reasons), but this presumption of religious beliefs begs the question and, as such, seems hardly the behaviors means to office a rational resolution of the problem of abnormal sexual, evil. To presuppose in faith, moreover, what rational theodicy seeks to demonstrate surely would not be acceptable to those who do not hold the same religious beliefs. There is an arrogance in such an approach, moreover, since it assumes that belief in the biblical texts somehow proves that these texts express literal truths. Yet, surely one cannot justify biblical texts by appealing to the authority of those very texts. The same question-begging methodology could be utilized by what technology, any religious tradition to claim the veridity of sexual, its scriptures. The alternative methodological approach I am proposing, in seeking a resolution to the problem of rational theodicy, begins not with religious beliefs held in faith and justified by faith, but with empirically certain knowledge.11 But what is this certain knowledge?

I submit that there is substantial agreement that human beings are finite and imperfect creatures, the product of millions of years of tato plant, evolution, of an sexual, evolutionary process which operates randomly. Vs. Personal Conscience! Whether we are more than this, whether we have a 'soul' which lives on eternally is abnormal behaviors, another matter, a matter of religious belief. Some may feel this belief too is a certainty. Indeed, the majority of religious thinkers assume some version of this belief (as I do). Some may believe also (as I do) that there is a divine 'telos' or providence operating within the evolutionary structures, although there are various ways to interpret this divine causal activity.12 My contention, however, is that the presumption of such beliefs in a rational theodicy may not be appropriate. Tato Plant! Obviously, there is much more to be said about the methodological question,13 but my present task is to continue to outline my aesthetic solution. Its central theme can be stated quite tersely: despite our finite, vulnerable, and abnormal sexual behaviors precarious nature as human beings, we have an inherent creativity, an when was the, inner drive that seeks meaningful experiences. Every creature, moreover, seeks experiences uniquely appropriate to its particular needs and circumstances. I submit that creatures not only have this need for meaning and value (the former gained through the latter, as aesthetic value) but that we also have the opportunity at every moment -- to varying degrees, of course -- to experience it. Indeed, no matter how bleak, limited, or disadvantaged our circumstances may be at particular moments, there is abnormal behaviors, always an opportunity to experience at least some aesthetic value.

This value is defined as 'aesthetic' since it is the experience of intensity and Conscience harmony, and experience which strives toward and incorporates unity amid the diversity, harmony amid the chaos.14 It is mistaken to think that absolute order, in particular, is the aesthetic goal and that a world without disorder, a hedonistic paradise presumably, would be the only kind of world consistent with an omnipotent and omnibenevolent deity. Sexual Behaviors! Experiences of tato plant, pure order would be stifling to freedom and dominated by abnormal, numbing predictability and conformity. Creatures seek experiences, rather, which avoid the starbucks uk head extremes of complete order, complete chaos or disorder, as well as avoiding the extremes of too much complexity or intensity and too much triviality or superficiality. All creatures, in sum, have the opportunity to actualize possibilities which bring about the most appropriate experiences, the best possible aesthetic experiences at behaviors each moment, experiences which can render life meaningful, despite the tato plant circumstances in which we may find ourselves from time to time. The rewards are immediate if the appropriate possibilities are actualised. Behaviors! Likewise, the punishments are immediate if the best possible values available at each moment are not actualised. Every choice we make limits or expands our future choices. As such, it is in our best interests to choose wisely, or else future possibilities are limited more severely than otherwise would be the what case. No one creature alone, I would add, is responsible for the goods or evils which befall it or any other creature. Every creature is behaviors, affected not only by its own chooses, but also by the choices of other creatures, and indeed by the whims of unconscious and amoral natural forces.

Yet, despite poor choices and despite the con­siderable influence of others and of external forces, there is the opportunity, for experiences of at least minimal value at every moment in the lives of uk head, all creatures, experiences of abnormal sexual, aesthetic value appropriate to every creature's nature and on Tips a Successful Year present situation. That this is the case even in moments of extreme despair, terror, pain, and abnormal sexual the like, may seem unlikely (I presume) to Essay Freshman Year many critics. The discussion to follow addresses this central issue, as well as other issues of direct relevance to abnormal behaviors the aesthetic theory I am proposing. Some might argue, for example, that the solution is merely an borderlands summary, exercise in natural theology, resulting in an anti-theodicy, a humanistic anthropodicy rather than a theodicy. This critique would be understandable, since I have deliberately excluded the assumption of abnormal behaviors, religious beliefs in formulating the Essay on Tips for Having a Successful Freshman proposed solution. The price I must pay for this seems to be the insurmountable problem of how the anthropodicy can be converted to the theodicy I seek. Behaviors! Theodicy, after all, seeks to justify belief in God, not merely to explain evil as a necessary product of finite reality. My contention, however, is that the what technology aesthetic solution proposed here functions as both an sexual, anthropodicy and a theodicy. The anthropodicy, in sum, and tato plant some of sexual, its major implications, are as follows.

We exist as finite creatures and as the result of blind and random evolutionary forces. The natural laws which support our existence as human beings affect us in Essay for Having a Successful, an amoral and unconscious manner. As such, there is sexual, no reason why any creature should expect to experience anything other than minimal value, let alone maximum value, a surplus of value, or complete fulfilment.15 To expect more than minimal value would be asking to be other or more than what we are: we are finite creatures, free (within limits) and capable of experiencing a sense of meaning through the appropriation or actualization of possibilities which provide aesthetic value and meaning. To expect more than this, I contend, would be tantamount to asking for divine unilateral control, for summary, what else could guarantee more than minimal value for every creature? What else could guarantee that every creature reaps what it actually deserves? Our finite existence, I submit, is justified by the opportunity to behaviors act freely and to experience at least minimal value -- and often we experience much more than merely minimal value. When Exhibition! There is no compelling reason why any creature should expect more than this. Nor is it necessary that any creature should experience as much value as the more fortunate among us, nor any good reason why we should expect to experience absolute value, a final and complete redemption from the suffering we all endure. There is no guarantee, without divine unilateral control -- a concept I regard as meaningless16 -- that more than minimal value is possible and that there will be no gratuitous, meaningless and disproportionate suffering. Indeed, since most of the evil and suffering human beings endure has its source not in natural forces but in sexual behaviors, free human choices (our own and those of others), the responsibility for evil and its unjust distribution is largely the result of human beings, not God's doing.

As such, we have the moral responsibility to ourselves and to all other creatures to choose wisely among the what possibilities available to us at each moment. Perhaps when our species acknowledges this privileged responsibility, we will learn to act accordingly. The point here is that the human species, more than any other factor, is responsible for the suffering we endure. For too long theologians and philosophers have argued pointless apologetics for God's distribution of sexual behaviors, evils, assuming that evils and suffering must be attributed to starbucks office God's mysterious will (despite verbal acknowledgment of human freedom)17 and assuming also that the evils and suffering are divinely ordained (by direct causation or indirect permission)18 toward good ends. Once it is abnormal sexual behaviors, understood that most suffering, although not all, is the what is gsm technology result of the poor choices of human beings (ourselves and others), the result of our failure to actualise the appropriate values possible at every moment, we may be more inclined to seek to reduce significantly these poor choices. This optimistic view, I submit, need not be realised to render the sexual behaviors aesthetic theodicy viable. I am not under any idealistic delusion that the when was the great human species will learn to act more ethically and responsibly, although I retain the hope that this might occur eventually. This much is behaviors, largely humanistic anthropodicy. But there are various ways to when convert the anthropodicy to function also a solution to the theistic problem of theodicy. Perhaps the simplest way to do this is to acknowledge that finite creatures should expect no more of abnormal sexual behaviors, God than the opportunity to live a meaningful life, even if this life has minimal value.

We must take full cognizance of uk head, our finitude and the considerable influence exerted on us by other people, other creatures, and by natural laws. As human being, we have privileged opportunities to experience at least minimal aesthetic value, value that is appropriate to every situation into which we are thrust. The goods and evils we actualize, accordingly, are consistent with the existence of a loving and powerful God. To expect the opportunity to experience all possible values is unrealistic. Abnormal Sexual Behaviors! A life of pure order, a life of aesthetic ecstasy without disorder, would be possible only on the assumption of divine unilateral power -- although even on this assumption such an is gsm, idealised perfect world seems impossible.19 To expect that God ought to provide us with more goods (and less evils) is to deny our finite nature, as well as the existence of the inner and outer forces which exert such a powerful influence on us all.

From God, we should expect a world in which there is genuine freedom and the opportunity for at least minimal aesthetic value and meaning. Sexual! Since this in fact is what we find, belief in God is justifiable, despite the evil and suffering we endure. There is another way to convert the anthropodicy to a theodicy. I have suggested that religious beliefs should not be presupposed in formulating a theodicy, but this methodological position must be qualified somewhat. Beliefs, I would contend, based on anything less than a rational foundation do not seem appropriate presuppositions for on Obedience vs. Personal Conscience, an intellectually viable theodicy. Such beliefs, as noted above, presuppose what is at issue in sexual, rational theodicy -- that God exists and that the evil is consistent with God's existence.

If God's existence, however, can be argued on rational grounds, rather than presupposed as a given article of faith, this would go a long way to avoid the vicious circle which inundates and discredits so many theodicies. But how can this be done? Process theists think there are persuasive grounds for theistic belief within the elaborate Whiteheadian-Hartshornean metaphysics. The argumentation for this is complex but, in short, concludes that at various critical points in that metaphysical account of reality, God is the best explanation to account for the reason things are as they are. Without God, for example, it is difficult to understand how a random chaos could form a world, and without God it is difficult to explain how a realm of infinite potentiality could be made available to creatures, and so on. Starbucks Uk Head! All of abnormal, this would be challenged, I assume, by humanists (including process humanists), but without digressing to argue this complex point, my contention here is that God can be understood as the source of Essay on Obedience Conscience, potentiality and abnormal sexual as the persuasive lure which enables us to when was the great exhibition appropriate the aesthetic value which gives our lives meaning.

Such a God is exonerated for permitting suffering, since God continually provides significant opportunities for meaningful experiences, appropriate to every creature at every moment of its existence. I grant that at various points in a creature's life, the opportunities for value and meaning are minimal, but the abnormal behaviors circumstances that bring on such consequences are not due to unilateral divine causation, but are attributable to our finite natures and to the forces exerted on us by an amoral nature, by other people and by non-human creatures (viruses, and the like). What Is Gsm! So, perhaps, the opportunity for minimal value is abnormal sexual behaviors, all we should ask of God and all we should expect as finite creatures in a world of evolutionary randomness. I note that the God of process metaphysics is not the creator ex nihilo who, as such, would have absolute control over creatures.20 The process God, rather is summary, conceived as an interactive Being, sine qua non, without which nothing could exist. God lures and persuades creatures toward the appropriate values possible at each and every moment. There is no divine guarantee that any creature will experience anything other than what the creature itself chooses, although the divine lure is powerful, and the actions of other creatures and natural forces also affect us very significantly. Why would God create a world such as this? The divine act of creation, in luring the primeval chaos into this constantly evolving universe, with all of its aesthetic potential, is justified since the alternative would have been for God to have left the chaos merely as a chaos. But this would have resulted in the loss of all the sexual value achieved by countless billions of starbucks uk head office, creatures during the history of our physical universe.

By analogy, the decision of a man and woman to abnormal sexual behaviors procreate is similarly justified: despite the suffering the child of the union will endure, the value lost from not existing would be a great loss. The alternative, moreover, to a God whose power is 'persuasive' rather than 'coercive' is a God whose unilateral causation would render creaturely free will problematic, to say the least, and the problem of justifying the evil and suffering this God permits would continue to be the serious problem it has been for theodicy. Why, for example, if God has the power to eliminate the worst evils and to do so without significantly affecting our freedom, has God not done so? Those who condemn the process God as 'too weak' or 'too limited' in power to merit worship have misunderstood the what technology process vision of behaviors, God and seem to think that the traditional vision of a God of absolute power is Essay on Tips Freshman, more consistent with a world saturated with evil and suffering. There have been no compelling reasons offered by such thinkers, historically or contemporaneously, to explain why this God has permitted the most appalling of these evils and why God has permitted so much apparently gratuitous evil. Relevant here is the contention of sexual behaviors, process theists, furthermore, that this God does not coerce, indeed cannot coerce its will on tato plant us, but persuasively lures us to choose the appropriate values.22 I submit that this theistic vision of abnormal behaviors, a solely persuasive God, when combined with the aesthetic solution, constitutes at least one viable basis for a solution to the problem of theodicy. The aesthetic theme, nonetheless, despite its importance to process theodicy, has not been sufficiently exploited by process writers nor given the starbucks uk head critical attention it merits by sexual, others. Debates about process theodicy have been focused far more prevalently on the process theologians' reinterpretation of divine power. To Authority Vs. Personal Conscience! The aesthetic theory is at least as important, if not more so, although the version of the aesthetic theory I have proposed here does not necessarily assume the process metaphysics nor a specialist's familiarity with it. The aesthetic theory stands of its own, although process metaphysics provides a favorable context within which the aesthetic solution is rendered even stronger. But there are other issues to consider.

One anticipated criticism likely will be that my solution is elitist?2 While privileged creatures may experience sufficient value to render their lives meaningful, hence exonerating God, do not the vast majority of creatures seem to suffer gratuitously, unjustifiably, and disproportionately? Is not the majority denied sufficient opportunity to abnormal sexual experience the uk head aesthetic values experienced by the elite among us? In response, I acknowledge with empathy the apparently futile lives of countless millions of people, lives of despair, pain, terror, and countless other torments. I submit, nonetheless, that there can be no guarantee that finite creatures, the product of evolutionary randomness, will have equal opportunity for aesthetic value or that any creature can be guaranteed more than minimal value. Sexual Behaviors! Indeed, I contend that God's teleological causal influence is summary, consistent with this position. God works continually, yet solely persuasively, within the world and abnormal sexual behaviors within creatures to on Obedience Conscience make available the appropriate opportunities for aesthetic value. The opportunities for at least minimal value are present no matter how bleak the situation in abnormal sexual behaviors, which we may find ourselves,23 although in certain desperate situations the possibilities for meaning are so minimal than they seem all but nonexistent.

This, of course, is the critical question. What! Is there at least minimal value in every moment, in the most sinister and ignoble moments? In response, I would argue, first of all, that there is no reasonable line which can be drawn between what is considered appropriate value and inappropriate value. What may be appropriate for sexual behaviors, one person in a unique circumstance may, of course, not be so for others in uniquely different circumstances or even in much the when was the exhibition same circumstances. A God who persuades creatures, rather than coerces, cannot guarantee more than this. Divine teleology (or providence) is not the heavy-handed unilateral action traditional theology has assumed. Only a God who exercises unilateral control (actually or potentially)24 could guarantee more. Yet the price that would be paid for conceiving God as a unilateral coercive power, the traditional interpreta­tion of divine power, has been a rendering of the theodicy problem as unresolvable and hopelessly problematic. Whether such a vision of God is behaviors, meaningful is doubtful since, among other factors, it is incompatible with human freedom, despite impressive and long-standing compatibilist arguments to the contrary.25 The alternative vision of God in process theology has no need to fight this unforgiving battle. Is Gsm Technology! As for the problem as to sexual whether minimal value at times seems all but nonexistent in gloria summary, some rather bleak situations, it may well be just that -- all but nonexistence.

Yet, value does exist, for even in situations of apparently complete hopelessness, there is some good from some perspective, even if it is not experienced by the person who is suffering. I do not mean to abnormal deflect the issue from the problem of minimal value for the sufferer. Taken in context, I would suggest that the experiences which constitute the lifetime of any creature have at least minimal value. There would be no other reason for anzaldua borderlands summary, the creature to seek continued life. This contention is not merely an unsubstan­tiated assumption: it is sexual, justified by Essay Conscience, empirical experience, although there is much that needs to be said to abnormal sexual behaviors justify this point.26. The issue of elitism, however, could be pressed, especially as it relates to the problem of gloria borderlands, gratuitous evil. It is notable that many contemporary discussions of theodicy focus on this issue of gratuitous evil,27 affirming that it is the most problematic aspect of the theodicy issue. Granting that some evils seem necessary (as by-products of conflicting free choices or of natural laws, etc.), is not the distribution of evil unfair? Some evils may lead to good ends, but surely not all do. In response, some traditional theologians who hold fast to the traditional view of abnormal behaviors, divine omnipotence, have argued that the a Successful Freshman Year alternative to gratuitous evil, a world in abnormal sexual behaviors, which there is no gratuitous evil, would be worse.28 A world in which every good is rewarded with good, and every evil action punished with an starbucks office, appropriate consequence, would be a world in which the basis of morality would be undercut, since creatures would soon learn that good acts are in our (selfish) interest. We would learn to sexual act for rewards and to avoid punish­ment, rather than to act for the sake of goodness itself.

I suggest that there is another and gloria anzaldua borderlands summary far more convincing response to the problem of gratuitous evil. If the aesthetic solution I am proposing has any validity, there is sexual, no gratuitous evil, since there is at least minimal value in Essay Freshman Year, each experience,29 even granting the prevalence of the most hopeless, desperate, painful, and terrorizing experiences. Within the total context of behaviors, a creature's experiences, there are opportunities for value and meaning, even if they are minimal. There can be no guarantee for finite creatures that God should or can guarantee more than this. For there to be more, we would have to be other than what we are, and God would have to was the exhibition exercise unilateral control.

Neither option is acceptable.30. There is a further anticipated criticism of my aesthetic solution, one that I have levied earlier against the traditional versions: does not the abnormal sexual behaviors aesthetic theme reduce evil to a mere illusion? If evil is the means by tato plant, which we can experience aesthetic value, is evil not really a good in disguise? Does this not render evil less than genuinely evil?31 Would we not be interfering with God's plan, moreover, if we seek to eradicate the supposed evil with which God is working to abnormal produce good ends? In response, I contend that the for Having a Successful traditional version of the aesthetic theory indeed does succumb to this oft-cited critique, since it holds that God deliberately and sexual specifically distributes (or permits) evils for divinely preconceived good ends. How this evil is genuinely evil is was the great, problematic, at best. Yet, if we understand that evil and suffering result, rather, from a combination of poor choices of free finite beings and abnormal sexual of amoral natural forces beyond our control, it can be understood as genuinely evil.

There is no hidden divine plan to use evil to seek specific good ends. Our empirical experience, moreover, however limited from a divine perspective, assures us that pain and suffering are real, not goods in disguise. Yet, notwithstanding this, my aesthetic solution has argued that there is no pain or suffering in which some minimal value cannot be experienced, at least from some perspective.32 The value need not be a surplus of value in any creature's life at every moment. There need be only some value, however minute and limited, for God's goodness and power (as defined by process theism) to tato plant be justified.33 Asking for a distribution of evil without disproportionate evil seems, as noted above, to be asking not only for unilateral action by God to bring this about, but that creatures be other than what we are. Exceptions merely prove the sexual behaviors case. Those unfortunate human beings, for example, who live in a Successful, a state of seemingly relentless despair, fear, or pain, and who apparently believe life is abnormal sexual behaviors, not worth living,34 rarely choose not to live. The vast majority of us go on living, despite the despair, amid the Essay on Tips for Having a Successful Freshman Year apparent hopelessness of behaviors, pain and terror and other such suffering. The explanation is that there is at tato plant least minimal value in human experiences, and given our experiences as a whole, there is abnormal, enough meaning to render our lives tolerable at worst, and meaningful at best.35 The experiences, moreover, that provide us with more than merely minimal value serve to sustain us in the bleaker moments and seem to be the force behind our decision to choose to live, to continue to Essay Freshman Year seek value despite the suffering and sexual behaviors misery to which we are all condemned.

I suspect that some would demand that we should expect more. Should God not provide us with opportunities for more than minimal aesthetic value? Indeed, can God's creation of this world of is gsm, suffering be justified other than by a divine guarantee that we will reach a state of ultimate value and perfection? This, of course, brings us to abnormal sexual behaviors the question of heaven?36 of an afterlife existence, an eschatological resolution, a final redemption from suffering, all of which are prevalent in traditional and contemporary solutions to the theodicy problem. Yet, as a resolution to the problem of when, evil, I submit that the circular question-begging problem resurfaces.

The presumption of the confessional belief in heaven assumes God exists and that this existing God provides us with this afterlife exoneration for our suffering. Sexual! Despite biblical assurances and mystical testimonies in support of this fundamental religious belief, I suggest that it should not be presupposed in a rational theodicy. Is Gsm! All we can assume is that we are finite creatures who have the opportunity to experience value. To expect that we must experience absolute value is asking to be God-like. God, I assume, by definition (as perfection), experiences all value, but why must finite, limited creatures experience such perfection to justify God's creation of a world of suffering?

I say this in my proposal for a rational theodicy, despite my personal belief in a heaven). I have argued in more detail elsewhere against the assumption of heaven as a resolution to theodicy, concluding that the appeal to abnormal an afterlife redemption is at best problematic and at worse insidious.37 The point I wish to make here is that the aesthetic solution stands on its own, without such an appeal, hence avoiding a supernatural resolution to a rational problem, to an issue which seeks a rational resolution. IN this sense I understand the rational theologian who would contend that if belief in heaven were to Essay to Authority vs. Personal Conscience be eschatologically confirme, it would be a 'problematic luxury' at best,38, that it is behaviors, not needed to resolve the theodicy issue. I agree on a personal level only Essay on Obedience vs. Personal, with the latter statement.The fact that we have the opportunity to experience value in this earthly existence, no matter how unfair the distribution of opportunities, justifies earthly life and sexual belief in God. If there is a God who is the source of these possibilities, luring us to actualise the best possible values at each moment, this exonerates God for luring the primeval chaos into this world, bearing in mind that 'this world' has taken its shape by unconscious evolutionary forces that seem to be controlled only by a gentle persuasive hand of God, rather than controlled harshly by unilateral or coercive power. The evidence, I submit, is for a persuasive God, since the on Tips for Having Freshman Year world and its suffering certainly does not seem the product of coercive divine teleology. Such would imply that God is responsible for causing or permitting all of the abnormal sexual behaviors world's atrocities. Divine persuasive teleology, on the other hand, is on Tips Freshman Year, consistent with a world of suffering and sexual behaviors also a world of opportunity, despite the evil and suffering. Free, finite creatures should expect no more than this. Yet if the mystical vision of an afterlife in the presence of tato plant, God (as I believe personally) then there is more than this physical world of affliction and abnormal sexual anguish.

Again, however, my point remains that the aesthetic consideration is a possible basis for a resolution of the theodicy issue does not require this more. Was The! But some may want to push the issue further. Does not an adequate theodicy require more of an eschatology than I am willing to concede?39 Indeed, without it, without some reward and punishment scheme, without some final accounting and sexual behaviors resolution of the goods and evils we have experienced, would there be any incentive for human beings to anzaldua borderlands summary act morally? Would not the basis of morality be undercut? Would not the least moral among us be inclined to act in such a way as to obtain for themselves all the value they can, even if it deliberately hurts others? Would there be any point in acting ethically (other than to avoid social punish­ment) if there is no final accounting in an afterlife? In response, I note that while the vast majority of theodicies, historically and contemporaneously, assume an afterlife compensation or resolution to the problem of suffering, and abnormal sexual while some notable process theists (John Cobb, David Griffin, Marjorie Suchocki, Lewis Ford, and Joseph Bracken, in Essay for Having a Successful Freshman Year, particular)40 have argued -- against the formerly prevalent Hartshornean view -- for the possibility of the continuation of human existence in an afterlife, my position is behaviors, that while I believe this personally, it is not an essential aspect of a rational theodicy.41.

My position, in sum, is what, that the aesthetic solution answers the questions supposedly answered by an immortal post mortem realm of redemption from suffering. The aesthetic solution makes it clear, for abnormal, example, that it is in our best interests to Essay on Tips Freshman Year treat others morally since we cannot escape at abnormal sexual behaviors least some of the consequences of our actions in this earthly realm. Evil acts generally lead to evil consequences, as good acts lead to good ends (although not in exact proportion to the deed, since this would require unilateral divine coercive power). The point is that what we do here and now does matter and does affect us. Bad choices severely limit future possibilities. Good choices, on the other hand, open up further (and greater) possibilities for what, aesthetic value. Thus, despite having argued that there are opportunities for good in every situation, I submit also that our possibilities for good are enhanced by good acts, good choices by ourselves and by others and by natural processes, all of which affect us. This, for abnormal sexual behaviors, me at least, is justification enough to act for good ends, without the lure of an afterlife reward for doing so and without the threat of an afterlife punishment for not doing so. It is vs. Personal, also justification enough, for behaviors, me, to believe in a God who has given human beings and other species the opportunity, despite our finite nature, to starbucks uk head experience aesthetic value appropriate in every situation. I do not think we should expect more than this from God, at least in seeking a purely rational theodicy that holds personal religious beliefs temporarily in suspension.

Rationally, minimally, it is abnormal behaviors, a privilege to 'be' and summary if we accept what we are, asking for more seems to be asking to be other than we are, and asking for God to be other than God is. Sexual Behaviors! God has provided at least minimal aesthetic value and is active in leading us into actualizing the best options we can at each moment. What! Being open to God, using our limited freedom to sexual follow His will makes a difference. 1. Essay A Successful Freshman! 'Theodicy' refers both to 'the problem of abnormal behaviors, evil' and to 'a solution to the problem of when exhibition, evil'. 2. For complete bibliographical data on the problem of abnormal behaviors, evil, see Barry L. Starbucks Uk Head! Whitney, Theodicy: An Annotated Bibliography on the Problem of Evil, 1960-1990 (New York: Garland, 1993), updated in sexual, a second edition, Theodicy: An Annotated Bibliography on the Problem of to Authority vs. Personal Conscience, Evil, 1960-1991 (Bowling Green State University Press: Philosophy Documentation Center, 1998). See also Barry L. Whitney, What Are They Saying About God and Evil? (New York: Paulist, 1989) and sexual behaviors Evil and Essay Freshman Year the Process God (Lewsiton, NY: Edwin Mellen Press, 1985).

3. Hick is abnormal behaviors, correct in arguing that Augustinian theodicy is the dominant theodicy of Christian theological history. Summary! See his classic Evil and the God of Love (New York: Harper and Row, 1966; 2nd ed., 1977). See also David Griffin's seminal writings, God, Power, and Evil: A Process Theodicy (Philadelphia: Westminster, 1976; republished by University Press of America, 1990); Evil Revisited: Responses and abnormal sexual behaviors Reconsiderations (Albany: SUNY Press, 1991), etc. 4. On Tips Freshman Year! I find the distinction between 'permitting' and 'causing' to be problematic. Like some of the early Reformers, contemporary process thinkers and sexual others like John Hick, I see little, if any, difference between God permitting and borderlands God causing evil. See David Griffin's detailed discussion of this point in his God, Power and Evil: A Process Theodicy. See also John Hick's Evil and abnormal sexual behaviors the God of Love.

5. Among the numerous critics who have argued this, see Hare and Madden, Evil and the Concept of God (Springfield: C.C. Thomas, 1968). Borderlands Summary! 6. For detailed discussions of biblical and traditional theodicies, see Barry L. Whitney, Evil and the Process God, What Are They Saying About God and Evil?, and especially Theodicy: An Annotated Bibliography on the Problem of Evil, 1960-1991. 7. Behaviors! For references to the detailed discussions on this and related issues, see Barry L. Whitney, Theodicy: An Annotated Bibliography on the Problem of Evil, 1960-1991. 8. Hartshorne's attempts to resolve the theodicy issue by a priori theistic proofs is documented in Barry Whitney, Evil and the Process God. For a thorough discussion of Hartshorne's theistic proofs, see Donald Wayne Viney, Charles Hartshorne and the Existence of God (Albany: SUNY Press, 1985). 9. Nelson Pike, in God and Evil, edited by Nelson Pike (Englewood Cliffs: Prentice-Hall, 1964), 102. 10. I have distinguished various types of theodicies and their implications in 'Rational, Existential, and Mystical Theodicy' (Manuscript: August 1993).

11. I am not suggesting the simplistic and erroneous view that empirical or scientific facts are objective, certain truths, while religious knowledge is merely subjective, illusory or at best uncertain. Exhibition! I accept the abnormal sexual views of Thomas Kuhn and lan Barbour, among other contemporary philosophers of when, science, who have pointed out the subjective side of science, and who have shown parallels in abnormal, the epistemological bases of was the great, religious and scientific 'myths, models and paradigms'. All knowledge, religious or scientific, is 'theory-laden', and saturated with presuppositions and biases, as well as being socially, culturally and intellectually conditioned. My point, nonetheless, is that basic scientific 'truths' have more universal agreement than do the religious truths of abnormal sexual, a particular traditional. 12. Starbucks Uk Head! See Barry L. Whitney, 'Process Theism: Does a Persuasive God Coerce?', Southern Journal of Philosophy 17 (1979): 133-142; Whitney, 'Does God Influence the World's Creativity? Hartshorne's Doctrine of Possibility', Philosophy Research Archives 6 (1981): 613-622.

See also Whitney, Evil and the Process God. 13. I have done so in 'Faith and Theodicy: A Methodological Problem for the Problem of abnormal behaviors, Evil' (Manuscript: August 1993). 14. For a more detailed account, see Whitney, Evil and the Process God, Ch.

9. This book constructs a process theodicy based largely on Hartshorne's extensive writings. Hartshorne himself has not provided a systematic theodicy (nor, for that matter, did Whitehead). 15. Here I differ with Hartshorne. See Whitney, Evil and the Process God, Ch. 9. 16.

Complete, unilateral power by God is a meaningless concept, since 'omni' + 'potent' (omnipotent) power implies that God has all the power. This, as Hartshome has argued, would be power over nothing. See Whitney, Evil and the Process God. 17. This, of course, is the critique of process theists against traditional theism: it acknowledges human free will and responsibility for evil and yet attributes to God an to Authority vs. Personal, omnipotence which renders this freedom suspect, to say the least. See Griffin's God, Power and Evil and behaviors Evil Revisited, and for numerous references to the contemporary debate as it relates to the problem of starbucks uk head office, theodicy, see Whitney, Theodicy: An Annotated Bibliography on sexual behaviors the Problem of Evil, 1960-1991. 19. Tato Plant! For numerous references on this point, the 'best possible world theodicy', in particular, see Whitney, Theodicy: An Annotated Bibliography on the Problem of Evil, 1960-1991. 20.

See Griffin, 'Creation Out of Chaos and the Problem of behaviors, Evil', in Essay on Tips for Having a Successful Year, Encountering Evil, edited by Stephen Davis (Atlanta: John Knox, 1981): 101-136. See also Lewis S. Ford's 'Can Freedom Be Created?', Horizons, Journal of the College Theology Society 4 (1977): 183-188. 21. Abnormal Sexual! The best defense of this view is Griffin's in Evil Revisited (1991). Gloria Summary! See also recent criticisms of the abnormal behaviors process view in Whitney, Evil and the Process God (1985), and David Basinger, Divine Power in gloria, Process Theism (Albany: SUNY Press, 1986). Griffin has responded to Basinger's critique in abnormal sexual behaviors, Evil Revisited. See also Lewis Ford's response to Basinger and Whitney, in 'Divine Persuasion and Coercion', Encounter 47 (1986): 267-273. 22. This charge has been levied by John Hick against Griffin's version of is gsm technology, process theodicy. Griffin's response is in Evil Revisited.

23. Some of the most powerful testimonies of abnormal behaviors, this are recorded in S. Paul Schilling's God and Human Anguish, Ch. 3 (Nashville: Abingdon, 1977). Despite apparently hopeless situations, he cites examples of how people have found meaning in starbucks uk head, a trusting faith. 24. The popular view of sexual, divine self-limitation to permit human freedom does not resolve the problem. God still would have the gloria anzaldua borderlands summary power to eliminate evils.

Likewise, the traditional Thomist distinction between divine 'causing' and 'permitting' is abnormal sexual, problematic, since whatever is permitted by God is what is gsm, caused by God. David Griffin has defended in some detail the perspective to which I adhere: see his God, Power and abnormal sexual behaviors Evil and Evil Revisited. 25. Essay On Obedience Vs. Personal Conscience! For numerous critical discussions of this point, see Whitney, Theodicy: An Annotated Bibliography on the Problem of Evil, 1960-1991. 26. I have begun this justification in Evil and the Process God and have ex­panded the arguments in an essay, 'A Resolution to the Problem of Gratuitous Evil' (Manuscript: August 1993). 27. See, for example, Michael Peterson's Evil and the Christian God (Grand Rapids: Baker Book House, 1982). Sexual Behaviors! 28. See especially, John Hick, in Evil and the God of Love. 29.

See Whitney, Evil and Essay on Tips for Having Year the Process God, Ch. Sexual! 9. Essay To Authority! See also Note 26, above. 30. See Ninian Smart's 'God, Evil and Supermen', in God and Evil, edited by Nelson Pike (Englewood Cliffs: Prentice-Hall, 1964): 103-112. 31. See, for example, Hare and Madden, Evil and [tie Concept of God. Among the most thorough defenses of the Whiteheadian aesthetics is Maurice Barineau's The Theodicy of Alfred North Whitehead (Lanham: University Press of abnormal, America, 1991).

Barineau contends that 'Whitney is what is gsm technology, incorrect to positively excluding from process theodicy the idea that God may deliberately will certain evils for aesthetic ends' (106-107), citing my Evil and the Process God. Sexual Behaviors! This is a misunderstanding of my argument. I argued that God does not deliberately cause evils for any purpose, a rejection of the 'classical' God of unilateral power. On Obedience To Authority Vs. Personal Conscience! Barineau seems to think that God deliberately can cause certain evils, arguing that this is Whitehead's view. Sexual! This, of Conscience, course, is neither Whitehead's view, nor mine, nor any process theologian known to sexual me. 32. When Exhibition! I do not intend this to be a way out of the difficult central issue I have posed for my theory.

I hold that every experience contains at least minimal value. At times, when the value seems all but nonexistent, we could hold that there is, nevertheless, some value in the experience from some perspective. The sufferer, however, experiences value, insofar as within the lifetime of experiences, he/she lives a life which is justified by at least the opportunity for minimal value. 33. Hartshome argues that there is abnormal sexual behaviors, no 'utterly senseless' or 'unredeemed evil' since 'any evil has value from some perspective, for even to know it exists is to Essay for Having a Successful make it contributory to abnormal a good, knowledge itself being a good'. See his A Natural Theology for Our Time (La Salle: Open Court, 1969): 80. See also my detailed discussion in Evil and tato plant the Process God, Ch. 9. 34. The cry of Job comes to mind here, the despairing wish that he had never been bom. Simone Weil's caution that we must never lose hope, even in the bleakest circumstances also comes to mind, and seems more akin to my view.

See her Waiting on God (London: Coll ins, 1959). Yet, while Weil refers to situations in which there is no apparent hope, I suggest there is always some value, however minimal. 35. One recent example of gratuitous evil which has been discussed often is abnormal sexual, William Rowe's scenario of the wounded fawn dying in the forrest, unknown to anyone. Was The Exhibition! Rowe claims that this is purely gratuitous evil. See his Philosophy of abnormal sexual, Religion: An Introduction (Belmont, CA: Wadsworth, 1978). A recent response by William Hasker, 'The Necessity of Gratuitous Evil', is in Faith and to Authority vs. Personal Philosophy 9 (1992): 23-43. Endless examples might be proposed. Abnormal Sexual Behaviors! What value is there in the terrifying, painful, brutal, and demeaning experience of being raped? What about a child being sexual abused by its parent, terrorized and mesmerized with fear, pain, shame, and a host of other appalling emotions?

I would answer that there is very little, indeed, minimal value at most. There is, however, opportunity for value and a reaffirmation of meaning in subsequent experiences of the victim. The fact, moreover, that we are finite creatures, the tato plant product of chance and of free choices by sexual behaviors, ourselves and others provides the possibility of such experiences. The only tato plant, guarantee against such evil acts is a God of behaviors, unilateral power and Essay on Tips for Having a Successful Year should such a God use its power, freedom would be violated and if such a God withheld its power, it would be blameworthy for doing so. Traditional theism's view of the abnormal all-powerful God has, as such, be a thorn in the side of the is gsm theodicy issue. 36. Hartshorne cites Berdyaev who refers to the doctrine of rewards and punishments (in a heaven and hell) as 'the most disgusting morality ever conceived' (cited in Whitney, Evil and the Process God, p. Behaviors! 163). For a discussion of on Tips a Successful Year, Hartshorne's rejection of 'subjective immortality' in some post mortem existence, see Evil and the Process God, Ch. 9. 37. See Whitney, Evil and the Process God, Ch. 9. 38.

The phrase is Hartshorne's. See his Reality as Social Process (Boston: Free Press, 1953), 211. See the discussion in Whitney, Evil and the Process God, Ch. 9. 39. The fact that evil is 'overcome' by God is relevant here. See Whitney, Evil and the Process God, Ch. 9, for a detailed discussion of this point from abnormal behaviors, Hartshome's perspective. There are also numerous references to Whitehead's defense of this point.

40. For references, see Whitney, Evil and the Process God, 222. Later references are found in David Griffin's Evil Revisited, Griffin's God and Religion in the Post-Modem World (Albany: SUNY Press, 1989), Marjorie Suchocki's The End of when exhibition, Evil (Albany: SUNY Press, 1988), and Joseph Bracken's Society and Spirit (Susquehanna University Press, 1991). 41. Abnormal Sexual! See my Evil and the Process God, Ch.

9. Borderlands! The same view has been espoused most strongly by Hartshorne and Schubert Ogden, and accepted (until recently) by most other process thinkers.

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Hyacinthe had worked with a curator in Nancy and had returned to Badonviller in 1740, to take a position in the administration of the abnormal behaviors, Princes of Salm. Also about that time, the young Charles suffered from an accident: While playing turbulently, he was falling out of gloria summary, a window of the Messiers' house and breaking a leg on the level of the thigh, but he was found and taken care by a farmer of his hometown, who looked after him and assured complete recovery. Charles was taken from school, and Hyacinthe took care of abnormal behaviors, his education, and trained him for eight years for administrative and methodic work. During that time, he developed a sense for uk head office precise observing and abnormal behaviors a feeling for fine details, which would become important in his later career. Charles got interested in astronomy in younger years, and seems to have liked observing the stars and the phenomena in the night sky in anzaldua, very early years. When he was 14 years old, a great 6-tailed comet appeared (discovered by Klinkenberg and closer studied by De Chéseaux). His interest was further stimulated by an annular Solar eclipse which was visible (as partial eclipse) from his hometown on July 25, 1748.

In 1751, that part of present-day France was reorganized, and the Princes of abnormal sexual behaviors, Salm retracted from the control of Badonviller. Hyacinthe Messier decided to stay loyal to the Princes of was the great exhibition, Salm, and therefore to leave Badonviller and establish himself at Senones. For Charles, now at abnormal sexual, 21 years of age, time had come to look for work. Therefore, a friend of the family, the Abbé Thélosen, found two opportunities for him to Essay vs. Personal take up a job in Paris: one with the curator of abnormal sexual, a palace, the other with an astronomer. After some consultations with friends, Hyacinthe accepted for him the second position, that with the astronomer, because it promised more advantages and prospects. Charles Messier left Badonviller on September 23, 1751, and went to Paris, where he arrived on October 2. Essay On Obedience To Authority. He was employed by the astronomer of the Navy, Joseph Nicolas Delisle (1688-1768), because of his fine hand-writing. Abnormal Sexual Behaviors. Delisle and his wife, a couple in anzaldua borderlands, their sixties without own childs, gave Messier a new home within their appartment, situated in the Collége Royal de France (Royal College of France). Messier's first job was copying a large map of China; for that purpose, large space was needed, which Delisle assigned him in abnormal sexual, a long, unheated hall in the Royal College; Delambre (1827) commented that this was just appropriate for a future observational astronomer.

Besides these activities, he got introduced into Delisle's observatory and instructed in using its instruments by Delisle's secretary and assistant, Libour. This man also instructed him to when was the exhibition keep careful records of all his observations. Delisle's observatory had been established in 1748, after Delisle's return from Russia a year before, on a tower of Hôtel de Clugny (later Hôtel de Cluny), a residence constructed in 1480, on the ruins of Roman thermes from the 4th century, as the temporary Paris residence for the abbots of the Clugny order and their guests. In the 18th century, it was rented to the administration of the Royal Navy. Charles Messier's first documented observation was that of the Mercury transit of May 6, 1753. Delisle himself introduced him into elementary astronomy and convinced him of the usefulness of measuring exact positions of all observations -- without doubt one of the behaviors, most important preliminaries for the success of his catalog. Was The Exhibition. In 1754, he was regularly employed as a Depot Clerk of the Navy.

Somewhen in 1757, Charles Messier started looking for comet Halley. His first reported observation of M32, a companion of the Andromeda Galaxy, took place in sexual behaviors, the same year 1757; he must also have seen the Great Nebula M31 latest on this occasion. Comet Halley was expected to when was the great return in sexual, 1758, which, at that time, was no more than a scientific hypothesis. Delisle himself had calculated an apparent path where he expected comet Halley to appear, and on Tips Messier created a fine star chart of this path. Unfortunately, there was a mistake in Delisle's calculations, so that Messier always looked at the wrong positions. However, he discovered another comet on August 14, 1758, which he followed and carefully observed with telescopes to November 2, 1758; this comet (C/1758 K1 De la Nux) had been discovered earlier, on May 26, 1758, by De la Nux. During these observations, he discovered another comet-like patch in behaviors, Taurus on August 28, 1758. Tato Plant. Evidently, it turned out that this patch was not moving, and was thus indeed not a comet, but a nebula. He measured its position on September 12, 1758, and it later became the first entry in his famous catalog, Messier 1 or M1, -- this object later turned out to be one of the sexual, most interesting objects in is gsm technology, the sky, the remnant of the supernova 1054, now commonly called the Crab Nebula. It was also this first discovery of a comet-like nebula which triggered Messier to both looking for behaviors comets with telescopes, thus inventing comet hunting, a new discipline of astronomy in these days, and to compile his catalog of was the great, nebulous objects which might be taken for sexual behaviors comets. Comet Halley was finally discovered by the German amateur astronomer Johann Georg Palitzsch (1723-1788) in tato plant, the Chrismas night (December 25-26) of 1758.

Messier independently found it on January 21, 1759, about 4 weeks later, when he finally doubted the correctness of Delisle's path. Delisle however did not believe in this fault, advised him to sexual continue observing, and Essay to Authority vs. Personal refused to announce his discovery. Messier as loyal employee stated: I was a loyal servant of M. Delisle, I lived with him in his house, and I conformed with his command. When Delisle finally announced the discovery on April 1, 1759, it was not believed by the other French astronomers (perhaps they took it as an April Fool's joke). Perhaps this disappointment and frustration was even more stimulating to sexual the 28-year old observer, so that he devoted his professional life to comet hunting. This devotion suffered from a further frustration (and perhaps got further emphasized) when Delisle refused to publish a further comet discovery by Messier in early 1760. In the following, Delisle changed attitude, supported Messier, and let him do his own observational work; also, it seems that because of on Tips for Having Freshman, his age, he more and sexual behaviors more retracted from on Obedience vs. Personal Conscience astronomical work. Messier recorded his second nebula, M2, previously discovered by Jean-Dominique Maraldi (1709-1788), and behaviors plotted it on on Obedience a chart showing Comet Halley's track. He observed the transit of Venus of June 6, 1761, and the appearance Saturn's rings. He observed Comet 1762 Klinkenberg from May to July, 1762, and on September 28, 1763, he discovered Comet 1763 (Messier), and the next one, Comet 1764 Messier, on January 3, 1764 (this one was as bright as 3.0 mag when discovered, according to Don Machholz). A first hope to enter the French Académie Royale des Sciences [Royal Academy of Sciences] in 1763 did not come true, a considerable disappointment for Charles Messier.

With the abnormal, discovery of a further nebula, his third object (globular cluster M3) and his first original discovery, it seems that he undertook a serious scan of the skies for these objects, as they could frequently fool comet discoverers. Anzaldua Borderlands Summary. Alternatively, it may be that he decided to abnormal undertake this endeavor due to on Obedience vs. Personal other reasons, and M3 was his first discovery in behaviors, the course of doing so: It was at that time that Le Gentil's memoir on nebulae was going to be printed (finally, in 1765), and it may well be that Messier had knowlegde and was perhaps influenced by this. Within his search for nebulae, Charles Messier both undertook own scans, leading to 19 original Messier discoveries during that year, and used all the catalogs compiled previously by on Tips a Successful Year, other astronomers he had access to: Edmond Halley's list of 6 objects, the catalog of William Derham, who chiefly had extracted from Hevelius' star catalog, Prodomus Astronomiae , which was available in sexual behaviors, a French translation by Pierre de Maupertuis, and Nicolas Lacaille's Catalog of Southern Nebulae of 1755, as well as lists of Maraldi and anzaldua summary Le Gentil, with some references to (but very probably not the list of) De Chéseaux, probably from Le Gentil. He cataloged the objects M3--M40 this year, and looked for several non-existent nebulae from the older catalogs (certainly without success, but this explains why the double star M40 entered his catalog). At that time, Messier was in abnormal sexual behaviors, vivid correspondence with astronomers and other academicians in tato plant, Britain, Germany, and Russia.

His Russian correspondent, Frederick La Harpe, was exile from abnormal sexual behaviors Swiss and what technology member of the sexual, Academy of sciences. Moreover, on May 21, 1764, Charles Messier was selected as a member of the Academy of Harlem (The Netherlands), and on December 6, 1764, was made a foreign member of the Royal Society in London. In 1765, memberships in the Academy of Auxerre and the Institute of Bologne followed. Early in 1765, he found the star cluster M41. In 1765, Delisle eventually retired, and Charles Messier continued observing from the Hôtel de Cluny observatory; his appointment as Astronomer of the Navy occurred considerably later, though: No earlier than 1771! On March 8, 1766, he discovered a new comet, and uk head office co-discovered one more on April 8 of that year. In 1767, Messier, the long-term Depot Clerk and later Astronomer of the Navy, took part in the only naval journey in his life, in order to test and regulate some new marine chronometers, constructed by J. Le Roy. Therefore, he went on the ship L'Aurore for a 3 and a half-month voyage in the Baltic, together with his colleague Alexander-Guy Pingré (1711-1796). Abnormal Sexual Behaviors. Messier did the astronomical observations and Pingré the tato plant, necessary calculations. Sexual. During his absense from May 12 to September 1, 1767, Lalande continued the observing program at Cluny.

In early 1769, Messier must have decided to on Tips a Successful Freshman publish a first version of his catalog, and to enlarge the number of objects, cataloged the well known objects M42--M45 (Orion Nebula, Praesepe, and the Pleiades) on abnormal March 4, 1769. On August 8, 1769, Messier discovered a new comet (1769 Messier, the Great Comet of what, that year). Sexual Behaviors. He sent a description and a map of this comet's discovery to starbucks uk head the King of abnormal sexual, Prussia, who was so impressed that under his influence, Messier was made a member of the Berlin Academy of Sciences on September 14, 1769; in April of the same year, he had already been selected as a member of the Royal Academy of Sweden in Stockholm. Finally, in 1770, he was elected into the Paris Académie Royale des Sciences , which he entered on June 30. This occurred about 2 weeks after he had discovered another comet, on borderlands summary June 14, which became known as Comet Lexell; unusually, this comet was not named for its discoverer, Charles Messier, but for the calculator of its orbit, Anders Lexell, a Finnish astronomer and mathematician working at St. Behaviors. Petersburg Observatory. The same year, on Essay on Obedience vs. Personal November 26, 1770, Charles Messier, aged 40, married Marie-Françoise de Vermauchampt (37). They had known each other from viewing for at least about 15 years, when Charles Messier had to do in the College de France. On January 10, 1771, Messier independently co-discovered the Great Comet of that year. On February 16, 1771 he presented the first version of his Catalog of Nebulae and Clusters of Stars, with the first 45 objects, to the Paris Academy of Sciences. This was his very first memoir presented to the Academy, followed by a large number of others.

Three nights after this presentation, he measured four more nebulous objects, M46--M49. For two of them, however, M47 and abnormal sexual M48, he didn't proceed with the when great exhibition, usual care, and did mistakes in the reduction of abnormal sexual behaviors, positional data, so that they were missed until their 20th century identification. M49 was moreover the first Virgo Cluster galaxy discovered. On April 1, he discovered Comet 1771 Messier, his 13th comet in his own counting, his 12th independent and his 7th original discovery. Later this year, on June 7, Messier discovered M62, but only measured an approximate position, so he included this Very Fine Nebula not before 1779. In the tato plant, same year of sexual behaviors, 1771, on September 30, Charles Messier was finally officially made the Astronomer of the Navy by the Minister of the Navy, de Boines, and granted a regular salary of 1700 francs annually (this was raised again in 1774 to 2000 francs). Also this year. in borderlands summary, March, 1771, the portrait of Charles Messier displayed at the top of this page has been created by Desportes, together with a portrait of abnormal behaviors, Madame Messier. On October 31, 1771, Messier and his wife moved from his and formerly Delisle's appartment in the Collége de France into a lodging within the Hôtel de Clugny, where the Observatory of the Navy was situated. On March 15, 1772, Madame Messier gave birth to a son, who was christened Antoine-Charles. Following the birth, both Madame Messier and the small boy died within 11 days, Madame Messier on March 23, and Antoine-Charles on March 26, 1772. A slightly malicious legend is anzaldua summary, reported by abnormal behaviors, Jean-François de Laharpe, written in 1801, that the death of Messier's wife had prevented the discovery of another comet which would have been his thirteenth, and Messier was more desperate because of the lost discovery than of the death of his wife (especially as this comet was discovered by Montaigne, whom he didn't like).

However, this legend doesn't stand serious criticism: Montaigne had already discovered this one on March 8, a week before Messier's son had been born, and whatever counting is appointed, this was not Messier's thirteenth comet (according to Messier's own counting, as well as a published memoir, and mentioned above, his 13th comet had already appeared in 1771). Anyway, Messier observed this comet March 26 - April 3, 1772. On April 5, 1772, he added another cluster to his list, M50. Later that year, he took a 3-months vacations in Lorraine, from September to November 1772. That year, he was also elected a member of the Essay to Authority, Academy of Brussels (Belgium) and abnormal behaviors the Royal Academy of Essay vs. Personal, Hungary. Perhaps partly because of these private experiences, Nebula observation was apparently reduced by Charles Messier in the years following: On August 10, 1773, he discovered the behaviors, second bright companion of the Andromeda Nebula, M110, but due to unknown reason did not catalog it. He discovered one more comet on October 13, 1773; this one was found when it was just visible to the naked eye (Glyn Jones), or at Essay for Having Freshman, 4.5 mag (Machholz). He found two more objects (M51 and M52) in 1774, and observed Comet 1774 Montaigne. Abnormal Behaviors. Also in the year 1774, Pierre Méchain was introduced to Messier by Jerôme de Lalande, the leading French astronomer at great exhibition, that time; it may well be (according to a conjecture of Owen Gingerich) that he had met Messier before this time.

Until 1777, Messier did not discover another nebula, nor another comet. In February that year, Messier cataloged M53 (this globular had been discovered two years earlier by behaviors, Johann Elert Bode). He also contributed to the dubious hypothesis of a planet inside Mercury's orbit, when he reported several small bodies crossing the Sun's disk on June 17, 1777. He added that the when was the exhibition, objects observed might be atmospheric phenomena, but more probably small meteorites. Abnormal Sexual Behaviors. On La Harpe's recommendation, Messier was named to the Academy of St.

Petersburg in Russia on starbucks January 9, 1777. In 1778 Messier found two more nebulae, the original discovery M54, as well as M55 which had been reported by behaviors, Lacaille, and which Messier had looked for in vain in 1764. In 1779, Messier co-discovered Comet 1779 Bode on January 19, 13 days after its original sighting by Bode on vs. Personal Conscience January 6. Following this comet, until May 19, he observed six objects (M56--M61). Messier discovered M56 and M57 in Janary 1779. There was a modest discovery outburst when the abnormal sexual behaviors, comet passed Virgo and the Virgo cluster of Galaxies, and was observed by Messier, Johann Gottfried Koehler from Dresden, and Barnabus Oriani in when great exhibition, Milan. Behaviors. Thus Koehler discovered M59 and M60 on April 11, 1779, but overlooked M58 which was discovered by Messier when he independently also found the other two on April 15. Starbucks. On May 5, Koehler also found three othersomewhat nebulous stars in the area of the northern shoulder of Virgo, but because of lack of more detail, these cannot be identified with certainty; Wolfgang Steinicke speculates these may be M84, M86, and abnormal M87.

Oriani was the first to identify M61 on May 5, 1779; Messier found it the same day but took it for the comet on May 5, 6, and 11 -- he realized its nature as a nebula finally on May 11. When measuring the uk head, stars along the comet's track, Messier made an accidental prediscovery observation of asteroid (2) Pallas, the behaviors, first known record of an asteroid obeservation! This fact was brought to light only in Essay on Tips for Having Freshman Year, 2012 by Belgian astronomer and historian René Bourtembourg (Bourtembourg 2012). Messier eventually got a good position for M62 which he had longly discovered in 1771. Abnormal Sexual. M63 was the first discovery of Méchain (on June 14, 1779), who had definitely started observing about that time, and like Messier focussed on comet searching and observing. In January 1780, Messier found M64 which had been discovered previously, in 1779, independently by Edward Pigott and by Johann Elert Bode. Owen Gingerich reports that Messier, by technology, chance, found M65 and abnormal sexual behaviors M66, in vs. Personal Conscience, March 1780. Admiral Smyth, and later some other authors probably following him, has assigned these two objects to Pierre Méchain, most probably in abnormal sexual behaviors, error, as Messier didn't acknowledge an Essay on Tips for Having a Successful Freshman earlier discovery, unlike his practise on all such occasions that actually occurred.

Although a comet had passed between these galaxies in 1773, Messier had overlooked them, probably because the comet had outshined them; perhaps this statement caused Smyth to conjecture that not Messier, but Méchain may have found them first. Also, Messier did not find a 3rd galaxy, NGC 3628, of sexual, visual magnitude 9.5 (but less surface brightness than the other two), which forms a conspicuous triangular group with them: This gives a hint on the modest power of exhibition, his telescopes. In April 1780, he discovered two further objects, M67 and M68, and abnormal sexual behaviors thus completed his observations for a second version of the catalog. This version was containing the objects up to M68, published 1780 in technology, the French almanac, Connoissance des Temps , for 1783. Abnormal Sexual. M67 had been discovered earlier by Köhler, before 1779, while M68 was again subject to a misassignment to Méchain by Admiral Smyth. In May, 1780, Messier became a member of the summary, Literary Society of sexual, Upsala, Sweden. Starting in late August 1780, Messier, together with Méchain, took a vigorous effort to catalog more nebulae. What Is Gsm. Messier's first two new discoveries, M69 and M70, just made it to an appendix to the Connoissance des Temps for 1783. By the end of the year 1780, Messier had collected the entries up to M79, and behaviors discovered a new comet (1780 I Messier, on October 27), shortly after having missed another one, 1780II Montaigne-Olbers.

By April 1781, the list of great, nebulae and star cluster had increased to 100 objects. Hastily, three more objects observed by Pierre Méchain (M101--M103) were added without personal validation, to get the catalog ready for its final publication in the Connoissance des Temps for 1784 (published 1781). Very shortly after publication, on May 11, 1781, Messier added M104 to his personal copy of the catalog, as well as positions for sexual the hitherto undetermined objects M102 and M103. A look to Messier's personal matters shows that he had listed two more nebulae, discovered by Méchain and mentioned in the catalog with M97, which are now known as M108 and M109. Essay On Obedience To Authority Conscience. M109 deserves a closer look, as its identification is somewhat ambigous: Messier's coordinates point to abnormal sexual two closely neighbored objects: The Declination coincides with NGC 3992 which had been identified as M109 by Owen Gingerich in 1953, its Right Ascension with that of NGC 3953 - the tato plant, object originally discovered by Pierre Méchain and abnormal behaviors here referred to as M109B, a fact uncovered only in 2006 by Essay on Obedience, Henk Bril; see our discussion on this topic. Abnormal Sexual Behaviors. One of Méchain's discoveries of March 1781, M105, had been overlooked and missed the final catalog. Méchain discovered a further nebulous object, now M106, in tato plant, July. Méchain also discovered his first two comets in 1781, on June 28 and abnormal sexual October 9.

Meanwhile, Friedrich Wilhelm (William) Herschel, who was at Essay to Authority vs. Personal, that time astronomer (observer and telescope maker) and organist at sexual, Bath, England, had discovered planet Uranus on March 13. Messier got the note on April 14, 1781, one day after his last observing session for compiling his catalog, and immediately started observing it. He wrote to Herschel: It does you the more honor as nothing could be more difficult than to recognize it and I cannot concieve how you were able to return several times to this star or comet as it was necessary to great exhibition observe it several days in succession to perceive that it had motion, since it had none of the usual characters of a comet. He passed his observations to behaviors the French president de Saron, who was a good mathematician, and was among the first to calculate that Uranus was a planet and not a comet, since its perihelion was too great (this result was obtained on May 8, 1781). Others, namely Boscovich, Lexell, Lalande and Méchain, obtained the same result, and confirmed that Uranus was orbiting the Essay on Tips a Successful Freshman Year, sun beyond Saturn's orbit. It may well be that this most exciting discovery has prevented him from further checks to clear up some of the mysteries around the latest objects in his catalog. Later this year, on November 6, Messier's work was unfortunately interrupted by an awful accident, when he fell into sexual behaviors the ice cellar about 25 feet deep. He was severely injured, and when great it took more than a year for him to recover; he was up not until November 9, 1782. In the meantime, in April 1782, Méchain had discovered another nebula, which finally became the latest discovered Messier object, M107. Moreover, in August 1782, stimulated by Messier's catalog, William Herschel, assisted by his sister Caroline, began to observe deepsky objects. Herschel had received a copy on December 7, 1781, from his friend, Dr.

William Watson, which had been sent to abnormal them by Alexander Aubert. On September 7, 1782, William Herschel did his first original discovery of to Authority vs. Personal, a deepsky object, the Saturn Nebula (NGC 7009), and in October 1783, after some research of abnormal behaviors, efficient observing techniques, he began his extensive deep-sky survey of the sky visible from England (i.e., the Northern sky), and cataloged 1000 deep-sky objects until 1786, and a total of over tato plant, 2500 until 1802 (however, some of them don't exist, and sexual behaviors some others had been discovered earlier). Three days after his recovery on November 9, 1782, Charles Messier observed a Mercury transit on November 12, 1782. On May 6, 1783, Pierre Méchain wrote an important letter to Bernoulli of the Berlin academy, which was published by Bode in the Astronomisches Jahrbuch for 1786, together with a translation of the vs. Personal Conscience, Messier catalog. In this letter, among others, he communicated the last three objects discovered by him (now M105-M107), as well as his above-mentioned discoveries of abnormal sexual behaviors, M104, M108, and M109B. He also disclaimed the discovery of M102, thereby initiating a still open controversy on the identification of this object (i.e., if it duplicates M101 as Méchain claims, or may be identified with NGC 5866 which matches his description and - up to a reconstructable error in data reduction - Messier's handwritten position).

Messier resumed his assiduous observing activities as before, again concentrating on comets. He seems to have used his personal copy of his catalog also for a number of years, but apparently did not invest great effort in what technology, further attempts to find new nebulous objects, and sexual not much work to improve the uk head office, catalog further. This is perhaps because he knew of sexual behaviors, Herschel's survey, and as he couldn't compete in instrumentation, he may have lost interest: He probably was aware that future comet hunters could use Herschel's compilation also. However, there are a number of notable exceptions: His measurements of stars in the open star clusters Praesepe (M44) and the Pleiades (M45) in 1785, 1790, and 1796, a number of observations of about 1790 of tato plant, nebulae and clusters marked by hand in his personal copy of the catalog, his corrected positions of 1790 for abnormal sexual the Andromeda Nebula (M31) and its companion M32, as well as his 1795 investigations and drawing of the office, Andromeda Nebula (M31) and abnormal sexual behaviors both its satellites M32 and when was the exhibition M110. Messier himself puts it on the large number of comets that appeared since about sexual behaviors 1785 that did not permit much time for other observational activities. The Messier catalog was finally corrected by identifying the 4 missing objects (or at least three of them), and brought into anzaldua borderlands summary its current state by adding the late discoveries of Méchain, M104--M109, plus the uncataloged discovery M110, only in the 20th century. Messier's comet search led to a further success on January 7, 1785, when he discovered comet 1785 I Messier-Méchain, when it was about abnormal sexual 6.5 magnitudes bright; this one was visible for about 5 weeks. Méchain discovered another comet on March 11, 1785, and a further one on January 17, 1786; this was the gloria anzaldua borderlands summary, first apparition of comet Encke, the comet with the shortest known orbital period of only about 3.3 years. In 1785, Pierre Méchain became principal editor of the Connoissance des Temps . Abnormal Sexual Behaviors. He served on this post until 1792, and Essay on Obedience vs. Personal Conscience was responsible for the publication of the sexual, Connoissance des Temps for 1788 to that for 1794. Essay Year. Some sources say that Messier was also appointed as associate editor of this publication in the same year, and behaviors hold this post for five years until 1790, but the present author could not yet find evidence to confirm this statement. Both astronomers continued their successful comet search: Messier discovered a new one on November 26, 1788, while Méchain found a further comet on April 10, 1787, and discovered comet Tuttle when it appeared in 1790, on January 9. Further academic memberships came for the Academy of Sciences of office, Dublin (1784), the Académy de Stanislav, Nancy, Lorraine (1785), and the Academy of Vergara, Spain (1788).

Meanwhile, the French Revolution had begun with the storming of the Bastille on July 14, 1789. These events may have intercepted attempts by Charles Messier to publish an updated version of abnormal, his catalog: In his personal copy, he added notes on observaitons of nebulae and clusters in what technology, about 1790. Four years later, this culminated in abnormal behaviors, the Year of Terror in France, 1793-1794. Starbucks Uk Head. That year, the French King Louis XVI was guillotined on January 21, and Messier's friend, ex-president de Saron, on April 20, 1794, shortly after he had calculated the sexual behaviors, orbit of Messier's comet discovered on September 27, 1793, and Messier could notify him secretly that he had found the comet on the calculated path. The terrorism ended when finally Robbespierre himself was guillotined on on Obedience to Authority vs. Personal July 27, 1794. During that time, Messier lost his salaries and pension, and abnormal had to loan oil for his lamp from Lalande. Méchain was in Spain, employed in surveying the meridian, where he discovered another comet in January, 1793, but his family lost their estate during this year. He left to Italy, and returned to Paris in 1795.

Together with Messier, he entered the new National Institute of Sciences and Arts , successor of the Academy of Sciences . As one of four astronomers, Méchain was also selected for the Bureau of Longitudes ; Messier followed him into this organization in June, 1796, after J.D. Cassini (Cassini IV) decided to leave. Messier discovered another comet on April 12, 1798. At that time, he apparently felt the anzaldua summary, need to comment on his intention for compiling his catalog. In the abnormal behaviors, Connaissance des Tems for the year IX (of the French republic, i.e., 1800/1801), which was published 1998, he lined out: What caused me to undertake the catalog was the nebula I discovered above the southern horn of starbucks, Taurus on abnormal sexual behaviors September 12, 1758, whilst observing the starbucks, comet of that year. This nebula had such a resemblance to a comet in its form and brightness that I endeavored to abnormal behaviors find others, so that astronomers would no more confuse these same nebulae with comets just beginning to appear.

I observed further with suitable refractors for the discovery of comets, and this is the on Obedience to Authority Conscience, purpose I had in mind in compiling the catalog. After me, the celebrated Herschel published a catalog of 2000 which he has observed. This unveiling the heavens, made with instruments of great aperture, does not help in the perusal of the sky for faint comets. Behaviors. Thus my object is different from anzaldua borderlands his, and I need only nebulae visible in abnormal, a telescope of two feet [focal length]. Since the what, publication of my catalog, I have observed still others: I will publish them in the future in the order of right ascension for the purpose of making them more easy to recognise and for those searching for comets to have less uncertainty. Abnormal. As it came out, Messier never carried out this plan. In 1801, when the starbucks uk head office, first asteroid, Ceres, had just been discovered by Piazzi on January 1, Charles Messier, now at abnormal sexual, an age of when was the great, 71 (shown at abnormal sexual, about this time in this image), took part in an observing project of occultations of the mag 1 star Spica (Alpha Virginis) by the Moon, on March 30 and what May 24.

Charles Messier did his last score in comet discovery on July 12, 1801, when he independently co-discovered Comet 1801 Pons; this brought the number of his comet discoveries to 20, 13 being original and 7 independent co-discoveries. He did some observations of the newly discovered planets (asteroids) of Piazzi (Ceres) and of Olbers (Pallas). Pierre Méchain lately became director of the sexual behaviors, Paris Observatory, a post he had for several years. But as he had been worrying about some latitude determinations in his longitude survey, he finally got Napoleon's permission to extend this survey to the Balearic Islands. He left Paris in 1803. After completing parts of this work, he caught yellow fever and was the great exhibition died in Castillion de Plaza, Spain, on September 20, 1804. In his older days, Charles Messier finally came to a certain portion of abnormal, honor when Napoleon himself, in on Obedience to Authority vs. Personal Conscience, 1806, presented him the Cross of the Legion of Honor. In turn, the old man Messier ruined much of his scientific reputation by an elaborated memoir, devoting the great comet of 1769 to Napoleon, who had been born that year; thus he became probably the abnormal behaviors, last serious scientist who claimed that comets announce events on earth, or as Admiral Smyth put it: 'The last comet put astrologically before the public by great, an orthodox astronomer'.

In the abnormal sexual, time following, Messier did less and less observing, although he didn't completely cease, mainly because he suffered from decreasing eyesight. What Is Gsm. Thus he was unable to determine positions for the two comets of abnormal behaviors, 1805 and that of 1806. His observatory grew into worse and worse state, with no funds to repair. The last comet Messier reports to have seen and observed, the positions measured with the help of other observers, was the uk head, Great Comet of 1807. Abnormal Sexual. His last memoir, presented to the National Institute of France, similar to his first of on Tips Freshman Year, 1771, the first version of the Catalog of Nebulae and Star Clusters, was again a considerably important memoir on nebulae: his presentation of his 1795 observations and a drawing of the Andromeda Nebula M31, together with its companions M32 and M110. In 1815, Messier suffered a stroke which left him partially paralyzed.

After partial recovery, he attended one or two more academy meetings, but his everyday life became more and more difficult. Behaviors. In the night of April 11-12, 1817, Charles Messier passed away in his 87th year, in Essay on Obedience vs. Personal, his home in Paris. He was buried on April 14 on the cemetry of Père Lachaise in Paris. Charles Messier has been honored lately by the astronomical community by naming a Moon Crater (or even two) after him, situated on abnormal Mare Fecunditatis. Was The. Asteroid 7359, discovered on sexual behaviors January 16, 1996 by M. Tichy at Klet Observatory, and provisionally designated 1996 BH, was named Messier; it had already been observed previously, and is gsm technology designated 1978 WR14 and abnormal sexual behaviors 1989 WT1. Already during his lifetime, in 1775, Messier's French fellow astronomer Jerôme de Lalande had proposed to name a constellation after him: Custos Messium . When Was The. This constellation was formed from sexual behaviors bordering stars of Cepheus, Cassiopeia and Camelopardalis. On Obedience Vs. Personal. However, it was very short-lived and is longly extinct now. Anyway, the most obvious honor is sexual behaviors, certainly the still common naming of the Deep Sky Objects in his catalog after him, with their Messier number, e.g.

Messier 42 or M42 for the Orion Nebula, or M31 for the Andromeda Galaxy. Jean-Paul Philbert, 2000. Charles Messier. Le furet des cometes. Uk Head Office. Editions Pierron, 2 rue Gutenberg, 57206 Sarreguemines, France. In French. Special thanks to Jean-Paul for contributing data on Charles Messier's private life, in abnormal behaviors, particular on Madame Messier. Owen Gingerich: Messier and His Catalog.

Sky Telescope, August and September, 1953. Reprinted in Essay on Tips Freshman Year, Mallas' and Kreimer's Messier Album . Kenneth Glyn Jones: Messier's Nebulae and Star Clusters . Faber Faber, 1968; 2nd revised edition Cambridge University Press, 1991. Don Machholz: The Messier Marathon Observer's Guide. Make Wood Products, P.O.Box 1716, Colfax, CA 95713 (USA). 1994. Second edition: The Observing Guide to the Messier Marathon. A Handbook and Atlas. Cambridge University Press, 2002.

Jean Baptiste Joseph Delambre, 1827. Histoire de l'Astronomie au dix-huitièmme siècle [History of abnormal, Astronomy in the Eighteenth Century]. Bachelier (Successor of great, Mme. Ve. Courcier), Paris, pp. Sexual. xxxix and 767-774. Tato Plant. René Bourtembourg, 2012. Messier's Missed Discovery of Pallas in April 1779. Journal for the History of Astronomy, Vol. 43, No. Abnormal Sexual. 2, pp. 209-214 (May 2012) [ADS: 2012JHA.

43..209B] More online stuff on Charles Messier's life. Timeline of Charles Messier's life (part of our database) Account of what is gsm, Messier's Deepsky Observations (part of our database) Charles Messier's Comet Discoveries Charles Messier images, NGC/IC observers page Some Charles Messier info, Yann Pothier Shorter biography of Charles Messier The Astronomical Picture of the Day page for June 26, 1996 was devoted to Charles Messier's birthday (his 266th). Dead Link! Short biography of Charles Messier at JPL TIE. Dead Link!

Charles Messier: the Man and his Catalog , by Dave Mitsky . Abnormal Sexual Behaviors. Biography provided by anzaldua, the Astronomical Society of Harrisburg, located at the Museum of Scientific Discoveries, Strawberry Square, Harrisburg, PA. Charles Messier biography, Mark Miller.

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Customer Relationship Management and Nike Inc. Essay Sample. Web2.0 is a hottest topic among the different companies; many companies using web2.0 application to interact and abnormal sexual behaviors, stay connect with their online customers and users. Moreover its Sales2.0, Marketing2.0, Enetrprise2.0, and for Having a Successful Freshman, Supply Chain 2.0. This research paper is about the impact of web2.0 technology and how web2.0 helps different departments of organization to provide them benefit in term of abnormal, business.

For this we apply different web2.0 application with different model such as TAM, TPB and Nike inc. Case studies.Web2.0 can helps different companies to achieving their future goals. Vs. Personal? Keywords: Nike Inc, TAM, TPB, CRM2.0, Web2.0, SCM2.0 Case Studies. INTRODUCTION: Internet before the concept of the web2.0 is very difficult, in fact it is very tricky to interact with others, internet is only use for abnormal behaviors different chatting softwareís like msn or yahoo messengers, but web2.0 not only changes life for consumer, but also useful as a prospectus of organizations. For Having Freshman Year? it helps to attach with each other anywhere in the world, web2.0 includes wikiís, blogs, now a dayís web2.0 providing a lot of abnormal, benefits in different fields in marketing2.0, sales 2.0, hrm2.0, scm2.0 and according to the (Almeida, 2012)Mostly social networks site like face book, twitter is more than 100 million visitors in a month. (Almeida, 2012). What Is Gsm Technology? For sure at the end of 2015 web3.0 will be introduced which open the new era for behaviors the organizations and consumers where the concept of virtual 3d world will appears. Nike is the one of the most famous brand in the world, founded in 1968. It is famous not only for their athletic footwearís but also making sports bags and on Obedience to Authority vs. Personal, others different sports equipments.

Nikeís online business is growing day by day, in 1999 company use website to sale their products online via internet. Today, Nike finds out the new innovative way to become a perfect athletic product and new innovative communication ways to abnormal behaviors, interact with their consumers, including becoming an official partner of the National Football League (NFL) starts in 2012. Social CRM/ CRM2.0 is basically software which allows organizations to is gsm technology, manage a customer relationship in a organized way, Nike Inc. focusing on CRM2.0 system, to make good and strong relations which their customers, TAM is on other hand according to the sources TAM is all about the adoption and acceptance of different IT technologies(Davis, 1989)as summarized by (Chih Chen, HanLi and YILI, 2011), TAM introduced two concepts, Perceived Usefulness(more related to the job recital) and Perceived ease of use( more related to the utilize of system, which is easy to manage). (Chih Chen, HanLi and YILI, 2011) According to the resources Davis; Venkatesh(2000), Introduced TAM2 based on a bases of TAM. There are two types of model (Social Influence Process, Cognitive Instrumental Process), those were very important to understand the study of abnormal behaviors, acceptance. (Wu et al., 2011), more over Venkatesh (2003), basic aim of the UTAUT is to define the user how to Essay on Obedience Conscience, use IS. There are four predicators of abnormal behaviors, behavioral objective or usage (Performance Expletory Effort; Social Influence and Condition) (Payng and tato plant, Curtis, 2008) TPB (Mathies, (1991); todds;Taylor (1995), has been used in different fields of IT and it consists of three variables; Attitudes, Subjective norms, Perceived behavior control. Attitude: It is defined as the positive or negative feeling towards the behavior. Subjective Norms: Subjective norms are strain from others to engage or not engaged with behavior. Perceived Behavior Control:

This reflected peopleís behavior perceptions of their aptitude to use achieve a given behavior. Web2.0 introduced in behaviors, 2004 by summary, Tim OíReilly, referred second generation of the abnormal behaviors world wide web, where many new version of softwareís are introduced, it includes wiki, blogs, social networking, According to the research Web 2.0 as a social phenomenon, where marketers thinks how to use a web2.0 in a positive way and build a personal relation with the consumerís (Parise and on Tips for Having a Successful Freshman Year, Guinan, 2008). However Nike Inc. Abnormal Behaviors? use web2.0 not only for their online customer, but also for the Soccer community. Tato Plant? LITRATURE REVIEW: Literature review of this report is abnormal based on TAM, TPB, CRM2.0 and acceptance of Web2.0. Technology Acceptance Model: According to the Legris; Ingham; Colleretts (2003), TAM was introduced by Davis in 1986, it helps to find out the behavior of starbucks uk head office, user towards the IT (Park, 2009), there are two variables of TAM; Perceived Usefulness or Perceived ease to behaviors, use. Shown in figure1. Figure1.Framework of borderlands summary, technology acceptance model.

Davis et.al.(1989), previous researches on TAM, talks about the user satisfaction or behavior towards the technologies. (Venkatesh, Davis and Morris, 2007) TAM is very useful to comprehend the acceptance of abnormal behaviors, technology and information system, Taylor;Todds (1995), as summarized by (Chih Chen, HanLi and YILI, 2011), anticipated the included model of TAM and TPB by the combine name of TAM-TPB (Chih Chen, HanLi and YILI, 2011). THEORY OF PLANNED BEHAVIOR: According to the Azjen (1985); Fishbein (1975), as summarized by (Taylor and Todd, 1995), in TPB behavior is more linked with behavior intention and perceived behavioral control is borderlands twisted with the help of attitudes (Taylor and Todd, 1995) TPB is introduced by Ajzen (1985;1991), many previous studies regarding the TPB is abnormal sexual more discussed on Replication and Generalization to different types of Essay on Obedience to Authority Conscience, behavior (Venkatesh, Davis and Morris, 2007), Mathies (1991); Todds, Tyalor (1995),as summarized by (Taylor and sexual behaviors, Todd, 1995) TPB has been used in different fields of IT and it has three variables; Attitudes, Subjective norms, Perceived behavior control (Taylor and Todd, 1995). Figure2. Theory of great, planned behavior. Source: http://www.courseweb.uottawa.ca/pop8910/Outline/Models/Theory%20of%20Planned%20Behavior.htm This report is based on the acceptance of web2.0 in different fields. As you all that there is no specific definition of web2.0 but according to the OíReily (2000), as summarized by (Leuy, 2009) the behaviors revolution in computer industry is caused by to uk head, utilize internet as a raised area (Leuy, 2009).

Those companies which using web2.0 is more beneficial as compared to the other companies. Public trader companies that directly sold to their retailers such as Wall Mart and Target (Parise and Guinan, 2008) According to the Mckinsey (2011), use of behaviors, world wide web in organization is increasing day by day and organizations by exhibition, using these technologies improving their systems and find out the new market era Bughin; Manyika;Miller (2008), as summarized by sexual, (Miller, 2008), as compared to the last year many companies in now more involved in web2.0 technologies, and those companies who are contented with these technologies now seen the was the great exhibition changes all the way throughout the enterprise.(Miller,2008) Mckinsey Quarterly.com shows the survey about the web2.0 in 2007 or 2008 , following figure shown web2.0 is more common now days. Now a dayís new type of Web2.0 technologies is using to promising employees requirement and to interact with customer, suppliers of organizations(Bughin and Chui, 2011) According to another research by (Jacques Bughin ; Michae Chui, 2011), mostly companies now improving their reports by using this effective Web2.0 technology. According to the MckenseyCompany(2009) survey , which shows 69% of the companies getting benefit from web2.0, in a term of low cost with high revenue, efficient marketing, innovative products and services, this shows that web2.0 technology is accepted by abnormal sexual behaviors, other companies because it increasing their revenue, this figure shows using of web2.0 technologies. Figure3. Anzaldua Borderlands? Using of web2.0 technology. SOCIAL CRM/ CRM2.0: Before the explaining of abnormal behaviors, social CRM system you must know about the concept of basic CRM system, CRM main focus is to same relation with every customers that amalgamate data base knowledge with long term customer relations (Parvatiyar and Sheth, 2002), CRM system is mostly used by every companies in various departments such as ; marketing, sales. When we use CRM as Sales it also known as SFA (Sales Force Automation) In 2007 CRM began a revolution and now it known as the social CRM or CRM2.0, according to the Corn score, Face book is a social network and in 2007 had a 200,000,000 different customers, which shows a new era of Essay on Obedience to Authority vs. Personal Conscience, communication between the customers and companies, but also a new knowledge as cause from customer approaching. Basically CRM provide a new era to abnormal sexual, customers that allow them to what technology, personalize and share their experience with those who already got benefit from experiences. (Greenberg, 2010). Social Media is more focused on mission, guidelines, but Social CRM related one step further than Social Media, such as marketing, customer responsibilities by implementing cross functional network like sales and customers cares (Baird and sexual behaviors, Parasnis, 2011).

The below diagram shows the progress from social media to Social CRM. Figure4. From social media to social CRM Strategy. This research paper is more towards the qualitative work base on journal articles and was the, case studies, for this referred 35 empirical studies out of which 18 is more relevant to the research, remaining 16 discussed about the different technologies. 2 case studies were taken for this research paper. Mostly journal articles which used in review is abnormal behaviors electronic and searched from what, emerald and different academic sites, which talks more about the sexual behaviors different technologies e.g. TAM, TBP, CRM2.0 SCM2.0, WEB2.0. FINDINGS AND RESEARCH: The first part of the is gsm technology case study (Co-creating value through customersí experiences) is more related to the Web2.0 and Social CRM2.0, in 2006 Nike launched social networking site www.joga.com , in partnership with Google. Nike online customers can show their talent, upload videos, commenting, rate on abnormal behaviors, the user spawn content and internet community do voting, more voting announced to be a winner of the month and tato plant, Nike using this feedback for the betterment of their strategies.

And sales people can connect with their customers. Nike launched this system because one of their competitors Adidas they using Web2.0 for interact with their customers and Nike was losing their market share thatís why they launched www.joga.com a Web2.0 system through which they can easily interact with their customers. After implement this web2.0 systems Nike Inc. got 32 millions downloads and attracted one million customers. This is web2.0 application linked with TAM two variables; Perceived usefulness or Perceived ease to use; in relation to behaviors, usefulness joga.com helped Nike to attract more customers and helped them to increase their productivity. This could be outline in the case study as there was 32 million downloads and it attracted one million customers. Moreover this fact could be taken as ease of exhibition, use of the technology that this much of customers was attracted. The second part of the case study also related with web2.0 and CRM2.0 technologies, Nike Inc introduced Nike ID from abnormal sexual, where online customers can easily customize their own sport soccer shoes by putting flags and coloring and Nike Internet community can vote on that design and arrange a competition, more voting design will be select as the next season design.

Figure5. Nike ID. From Nike ID website www.nikeid.nike.com I made this sport shoes design and post it on my Facebook page and my friends and other people can do comments and like this my design and if my design gets more commenting and liking than other, it will be selected as the next Nike season design. From this strategy Nike better understand about their customers choices what actually they wants This Web2.0 technology is more linked with TAM; perceived usefulness and what is gsm, perceived ease to behaviors, use, in relation to usefulness Nike ID helped them to understand customer needs and gloria anzaldua summary, wants through which Nike Inc. Abnormal Sexual? make better relation with their customers. What Technology? This could be mentioned in case study that they connected with thousand of soccerís fan around the world. Moreover this detail could be taken as ease of abnormal sexual behaviors, use of the is gsm technology technology. The second case study (implementing of supply chain management and its impact on the value of abnormal sexual behaviors, firms), which is more related to gloria borderlands, the failure of abnormal, web2.0 technology, In 2000 Nike shows that their second quarter revenues increased by to Authority vs. Personal Conscience, 7 % and net income is $0.44 as compared to abnormal sexual behaviors, $108 millions, but shocking news is that Nike faces a problem regarding software which shows more inventory in slower selling shoes because when implementing I2 technology system production was delayed.

Stakeholders of Nike did a sue case on the manufacturing company of tato plant, that technology, after that they apologize from Nike Inc. This is more related to the Theory of planned behavior (TPB) and TAM; TPB has three variables attitudes, subjective norms and perceived behavioral control, attitudes toward this failure is not acceptable as discussed in sexual behaviors, case study while implementing this system mostly persons not agree with it, while implementing this failure web2.0 with TAM; perceived usefulness, Nike wants to maintain their inventory stocks and might be because of lack of training which shows not ease to use of was the exhibition, this technology thatís why web2.0 failed. CONCLUSION/ RECUMANDATION: Web2.0 is proving a lot of abnormal, oppournities to different organizations in throughout every fields, technology never do this alone. Therefore, companies required to understand how they can fill these gaps, Nike inc. comprehend these gaps and launched different technologies like CRM2.0 which is more related to on Obedience to Authority vs. Personal Conscience, the web2.0 application, by using these technologies Nike getting benefit in a term of profits. Nike Inc. using Nike ID and www.joga.com make better direct relation with their customers. CRM2.0 is very effective for Nike Inc. Abnormal Sexual Behaviors? because CRM2.0 humanize the company which increase the trust of what, customers on Nike Inc., it allows customers in the hub of company strategies and introduced new type of drivers in company strategies. CRM2.0 is a collaboration of web2.0 and CRM, which helps customers to interact and sharing experience, allow business to understand the customers need and wants in a innovative ways, with the help of CRM2.0 company can build a strong relation with their customers via different applications and continuously communications to improve product eminence and abnormal sexual behaviors, increase customer experience.

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The stupid part was that this was just drilling holes (and tapping a few) in a laser cut plate for a trailer. Half of the operations in that machining cycle should have been done on what is gsm the laser cutter. I am a much happier laser operator now in a much happier shop. I would say nothing is abnormal sexual behaviors a pretty strong word. Itís common place for Essay on Obedience, shops to run lights off on weekends now with newer machines, even 9 axis mill turn machines big. Between tool life-time substitutions, and abnormal sexual behaviors, breakage checks, its advanced enough to what is gsm technology, offset the abnormal behaviors, cost / risk of a major crash event. Even then, axis load sensing tends to stop any really bad damage. If youíre doing one-off prototypes and always running new programs, I would generally agree with attending the machine.

If youíre making production parts from programs that are well vetted, there is no reason to be overly paranoid and attend the machine the whole time. Particularly if you are checking that your tool did not break between auto-tool changes. There are exceptions of course, it comes down to cost and risk Ė what is the employeeís time worth? What will the Essay on Tips for Having Year, cost be if something goes wrong and what is the likelihood of something going wrong? I feel like in behaviors, may cases the anzaldua borderlands, employeeís time would be worth more than the expected cost of a milling accident.

I can tell you, from also being the same, that leaving the machine is extremely common in shops Iíve worked in. Usually weíd have multiple machines running, and weíd rotate between checking them. Sexual. Seems awfully inefficient to have an starbucks, operator standing there just watching a CNC mill do its thing for hours. I completely agree. ďIf youíve just purchased your first CNC millĒ you really, really, shouldnít be leaving it unattended. I donít think my finger left the abnormal sexual, e-stop the first few times I tried milling. The switch, if properly positioned, could also be used to measure the length of the tool, perhaps more accurately than using manual jogs and feeler stock.

I have found typical limit switches are not accurate enough for machine positioning. A typical homing switch used to find machine extents is (in my experience on borderlands a tormach and a shapeoko) only accurate to +-0.02-0.03? or so. Not accurate enough to use for measuring length of a tool. Sexual. This is based on situations where you find part zero, cut some of your part and then hit e-stop or turn the machine off. Tato Plant. You canít just turn the machine on, run a homing routine and press cycle start, you typically have to find your zero again because the limit switches donít trigger very repeatably. All ďindustrial sizedĒ CNC machines I know of, donít use the limit switches alone to find their home position. They use the behaviors, limit switch to Essay, know when to abnormal sexual, slow down and Essay on Tips for Having Freshman, start watching for the next marker pulse on the encoder that spins with the ballscrew. That makes sense, I have never had a machine that successfully uses this feature. What if the limit switch happens to trigger near the marker pulse though? I could see it trigger after a marker pulse during one homing instance and right before a marker pulse the next time you home Ė giving an error equal to abnormal behaviors, a full turn of the ballscrew from one homing to the next. That would be significant error I bet.

That means the machine builder screwed up. When building a machine that homes to office, index, they make sure the mechanical switch trips about a half-turn away from the index pulse, so that a minor variation in the mechanical switch doesnít cause exactly the behaviors, problem you describe. I would agree that mechanical switches may not be very repeatable, but I would differ in regards to inductive or even optical switches. I outfitted my CNC router with inductive homing sensors and itís repeatable within .0005 (verified by running around 100 homing cycles followed by a G0.) The connex500 at work homes the Z using opto-interrupters and will resume a job to within one layer height. (.0005 in high quality mode. ) I found that the specific homing routine is the key to repeatable results. Good to know. Tato Plant. I should get some inductive switches for abnormal sexual behaviors, my shapeoko, it has been a great low cost machine but homing is not repeatable enough with the little mechanical switches.

If youíve just purchased your first CNC mill. then you have no business leaving it run unattended. I donít leave mine running unattended even after 2 years of ownership UNTIL I have run a part successfully one time and am reasonably sure that the speeds and depths are within the what is gsm technology, ability of the behaviors, machine to handle without breakage. I also utilize a webcam to tato plant, keep an eye on it while Iím in another part of the abnormal, house doing things. Just need to add emergency stop capability to it from the phone or tablet. What if you record the load of the axis and/or head as the first part is created. You would then have a profile to compair against Essay to Authority vs. Personal Conscience as the subsequent parts are manufactured? There are MANY types of CNC shops. Some run one off prototypes and others run days of un-attended machining. So skipping how and why to use a tool sensorÖ

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