Student provides a clear and complete description of all three major conquests: Persia, India, and Egypt.
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Student provides a clear and complete description of all three of the features of the Hellenistic world, which could include artwork, new “mystery religions” from the East and their impact on Greece, and new philosophie
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Student provides a strong conclusion that summarizes the essay or draws conclusions that go beyond the essay.
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- Identify the moral issue(s) and the parties involved. Discuss the moral issues you have identified in terms of two the following: utility, duties, rights.
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- Identify the moral issue(s) and the parties involved; identify what universalizable moral duties are at stake; identify how the principle of respect for persons applies to the case.
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- Watch the YouTube Video entitled: (1) Great Transition: The Origin of Humans. (Link of the video : https://youtu.be/Yjr0R0jgct4 Write a paragraph on each of the 10 terms below. Not more than five sentences each term.