sin in Fear and Trembling

1. How does Kierkegaard define sin in Fear and Trembling?

  a. Sin is when the individual sets himself apart as the particular above the universal.
  b. Sin is when the individual forgets himself in the universal, which allows him to blame others when things go wrong.
  c. Sin is when an individual fails to recognize his own being as a particular individual.
  d. Sin is when one resigns oneself to fate and gives up on his heartfelt individual hopes and desires.
  e. Sin is when an individual asserts himself in his particularity in direct opposition to the universal.

physiology of the images in your own words

NO VIDEO SECTION NEEDED ONLY POWERPOINT PRESENTATION NEEDED PowerPoint Presentation Requirements: • Create and record a 3- to 5-minute presentation on a physiology topic o You will record both yourself and your PowerPoint presentation at the same time, which can be done with Panopto. o The video must capture your face and the presentation. • Present the physiology of your topic. o Physiology should be explained in depth, step by step, and be organized. o The topic should be explained and not read off notes for the PowerPoint slide. • You will be expected to refer to and explain the images, animations, terms, and key points on your slides. o Include clear, well-sized, unlabeled images (Choose images without labels, or remove the labels). o You will be expected to explain the physiology of the images in your own words. o Utilize animations to explain the physiology content. o Include key points and terms (use bullets, not paragraphs). • Your slides should be creative and visually appealing. • Include four (4) references cited in current APA style and Include at least one non-Internet source. • Use the notes section for each slide to fully explain your topic. Recording, Uploading, and Submitting Videos can be recorded using any software or tool, but all videos are required to be uploaded to My Panopto Videos for assignment submission. You can also use the Panopto Desktop Recording tool to create your video. Powerpoint Content Requirements 1. Present the physiology of your topic in your own words. Do not read off a script. Physiology should be explained in depth, step-by-step, and be organized. For example, briefly describe the anatomy, what is its function, importance, how does it work, how is it controlled or regulated, how does it interact with other organ systems? 2. Include images or animations. Images should be clear, well-sized, and unlabeled (as much as possible). Any animations should be short and should not replace your explanation of the content. Animations are not required. 3. Include key points and terms and use bullet points instead of long paragraphs. 4. Slides should be clear, creative and visually appealing. 5. Include 4 scholarly references in APA format and include at least one non-internet source. It is encouraged to also reference your images. 6. There is no slide number requirement, but the body should be at least 5 slides to fully explain the anatomy and physiology of your topic. Topics to Choose From • Action Potentials and graded potentials • Neurotransmitters • Vision • Balance • Hearing • Olfaction • Thyroid hormone • RAAS system • Insulin • Glucose balance • Calcium balance • ADH/vasopressin • Cardiac cycle • SA node action potential and myocardial action potential • ECG/EKG • Erythropoiesis • Hemostasis • Blood Pressure and its regulation • Lung volumes and capacities • Internal and external respiration • Acid-base disturbances • Bile • Lipid metabolism • Gastric hormones and secretions • Vitamin D production • Urine production • Skeletal muscle contraction • Smooth muscle contraction • Cardiac muscle contraction • Menstrual cycle • Gametogenesis • Lactatio