View a movie of your choice from the list below. While watching the movie, assess the movie family’s characteristics and behaviors relative to the assessment criteria discussed in the class notes and textbook readings. Address each criterion including specific examples from the movie to validate your analysis. You must use references (textbook, class notes, others) and these must be cited throughout your paper. Submit your analysis in this document, typed using APA format. Limit is three (3) content pages.
Choose one of these movies:
Hotel Rowanda Under the Same Moon Home for the Holidays
Moonstruck Selena Bend It Like Beckham
Crash Snow Falling on Cedars Australia
The Help The Butler
• Explore cultural differences among families.
mmanuel Kant is responsible for introducing the term “transcendental” to the philosophical discussion. By doing this it was his goal to reject everything that Hume had to say. His argument proved that subjects like mathematics and philosophy truly existed. One of his main arguments was the idea that gaining knowledge was possible. Without this idea of knowledge there would be no reason for a discussion. Since we know that knowledge is possible we must ask how it got this way. According to Kant, one of the conditions of knowledge is the Transcendental Aesthetic, which is the mind placing sense experience into a space and time sequence. From this we understand that the transcendental argument is an abundance of substances situated in space and time, with a relationship to one another. We cannot gain this knowledge from sense-experience (Hume) or from rational deduction alone (Leibniz), but showing how knowledge exist and how it is possible. Kant makes the claim in the Transcendental Aesthetics that space and time are ‘pure a priori intuitions.’ To fully understand what this means we must define what an intuition is. According to Kant an intuition is raw data of sensory experience. So basically intuitions are produced in the mind. Kant is saying that space and time are things that are produced in the mind and given before experience. Space is a necessary a priori representation, which underlies all outer intuitions. It does not represent something in itself or any other relationship. Space is only a form of appearance represented outside of the mind. Time, on the other hand, is a necessary representation that underlies all intuitions and therefore is a priori. Since time is only one dimensional there is no way that we could access it quickly. We know that space and time are both a priori because of all of our experiences. Kant also claims that space and time are ‘empirically real but transcendentally ideal’. When Kant says that space is ‘empirically’ real he is not presupposing external objects. There is no way for space to be an empirical concept. We cannot just come up with the idea of space; a representation of space must be presupposed. When we experiences things outside ourselves it is only possible through representation. For space and time to be ‘transcendentally’ ideal Kant is basically saying that “they are not to be identified with anything beyond – or anything that transcends – the bounds of possible experience or the a priori subjective conditions that make such experience possible in the first place.”>GET ANSWER