Dissemination of EBP and research, such as presenting results at a conference or writing an article for a journal, is an important part of professional practice. Identify one professional journal and one nursing or health care conference where you might present your project. Discuss why each of your choices is the best option for you to disseminate your new knowledge.
what Neo felt in the Matrix; he felt as that he could not tell the difference between what is a dream and what is a reality. Let us suppose that Descartes is watching the movie The Matrix and he states the following, “Even if it turns out that the world Neo has been living is not real, but just a part of a Matrix, Neo’s existence is not challenged. This is because of his concurrent thoughts and his phenomenological perceptions,” I would agree with his statement about the movie because of a series of factors that touches upon the contents of one’s consciousness that extend the domain of certainty. In the movie, the proposition of Cogito ergo sum can also be associated with Neo, he apparently thinks, and therefore is. Nevertheless, it’s not entirely clear just what “he” is, or whether or not the world around him is there (however clearly and distinctly he seems to sense it or perceive it). As Descartes pointed out in his first Meditation, we seem to believe what we perceive with our sense. However, we can end up recollecting incorrect data in our brain, in other words, our senses sometimes trick us to believe that a particular status of something is real. The inhabitants of the Matrix, for instance, walk about like the automata (seemingly men in coats and hats) Descartes imagined lurking outside his window. They are literally “cloaked” in data and inserted into each other’s dreams. However, from a Cartesian point of view, our intellect–and not our eyes–judges seamlessly that there are people, and not automata, under those coats and hats. After analyzing the epistemological and metaphysical structure of the movie The Matrix, it can be concluded that movie itself is a re-telling of Descartes’ dream of the evil demon and how it comes to trick him into believing that everything he senses be it touch, smell, sight, taste or smell, and whatever he’s capable of thinking is false. However, the simple fact that he knows he is thinking makes him believe that he exists without taking into consideration the body and its neurological impulses directed by the brain.>GET ANSWER