Importance of First Amendment to The Free Society
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The First Amendment to the U.S Constitution is comprised of forty-five words which were added to American constitution by the founding fathers. James Madison drafted this part of the constitution as one of the ten amendments which are known as the Bill of Rights. This document set the tone of the relationship between the American […]

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Anselm’s Ontological Argument and the Philosophers
2019 words 4 pages

Saint Anselm of Aosta, Bec, and Canterbury, perhaps during a moment of enlightenment or starvation-induced hallucination, succeeded in formulating an argument for God’s existence which has been debated for almost a thousand years. It shows no sign of going away soon. It is an argument based solely on reason, distinguishing it from other arguments for […]

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Beloved – 1591 words – College
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Beloved. Who or what is Beloved? Many people think that Beloved is the Devil or a savior. Others just take her at face value as Sethe’s dead child come back to haunt her. I believe that all of these ideas come close to her identity, but they are still not completely right. This is not […]

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The Existence of Evil and the Threat of Science in Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein
1650 words 4 pages

Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein is a gothic narrative that portrays the destructive nature of modern knowledge, especially when it is pursued without moral restraints. The creation of the monster by Victor Frankenstein illustrates the destructive powers of unlimited knowledge in the hands of individuals obsessed with scientific adventure and new discoveries. Although the novel is written […]

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Carnal Knowledge (By Boyle)
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T. Coraghessan Boyle, `Carnal Knowledge`, can be considered as a reflection of a case which can be found in the modern world. Boyle uses a combination of both realistic as well as ironic method to get the reader to understand the situation especially from the main character. The spirit in human beings is the one […]

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Sonnys Blues
1256 words 3 pages

The characters in the book sonny blues seems to be physically and emotionally imprisoned. All over the story, the narrator of the book and Sonny seems to be undergoing a great struggle to overcome constant barriers that have appeared in their lives. According to the story, sonny is seen to be imprisoned physically in jail […]

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Alejandro De La Garza
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The term spirituality comes from the word, ‘spirit’, and a suffix ‘-uality’. Spirit has a general meaning of entity or life force, which is not physical. Spirituality thus means anything that has a relationship with spirit and its features or qualities. However, spirituality in human beings has two main components; a primary component, spirit and […]

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ANSELM ON GOD’S EXISTENCE
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They simply knew he existed. Nevertheless, they attempted to prove his existence anyway, and the basic strategies employed by them are the ones used every since. Here two approaches are presented. The first, by Anselm, is perhaps the most puzzling. While it has not been all that popular with the average believer, it has fascinated […]

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Summary on Disobedience as a Psychological
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Summary on Disobedience as a Psychological and Moral Problem People have said that “obedience is a virtue and that disobedience is a vice,” for centuries. History of the humankind was started by an act of disobedience and it is not very unlikely that it will end by an act of obedience. Adam and Eve, being […]

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Jeannette Winterson Weight
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In Jeanette Winterson’s novel Weight, the author demonstrates how myths have modern personal relevancies and can encourage each reader to investigate the three main subject matters in their lives; boundaries, freedom, and guilt. The numerous references to walls throughout the novel signify the boundaries, which make Atlas strive for freedom. Winterson’s Weight, is a modern […]

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Disobedience As A Psychological And Moral Problem
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From the time one is still young, parents educate their children to always be obedient and emphasize that obedience is a virtue, and disobedience is unethical. This forms the opinion that the society has accepted. Obedience is taught in almost all religions. On the other hand, many people ask if disobedience really is a demonstration […]

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Is Conscience a More Powerful Motivator Than Money, Fame, or Power
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As society toils onward into its dreams of the future, the progress that accompanies this movement may be tainted by individual motives of avarice. However, as seen in various fields such as art, history, and science, the human conscience will limit the motivation of greed and inspire good works for the sake of morality. One’s […]

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Juvenile Delinquency Existence in the Greco-Roman World
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Juvenile delinquency is a social problem that is widely recognized by sociologists as well as the general public. This problem of juvenile delinquency has not only existed in current history, but is one that probably predates even ancient history. As for this study I will concentrate on juvenile delinquency’s existence in the Greco-Roman world and […]

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Atticus Finch and John Proctor as Men of Conscience
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Both fictional characters, John Proctor from Arthur Miller’s play “The Crucible” and Atticus Finch from Harper Lee’s novel “To Kill a Mockingbird” are considered to be men of conscience. A man of conscience is one who is aware of his moral and ethical judgements or pronouncements and has a strong desire to prefer right over […]

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Jose Rizal and Martin Luther King Jr.
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Jose Rizal and Martin Luther King, Jr. Jose Rizal and Martin Luther King, Jr. are both great men known for their dignity and love of country. Through comparison, Jose Rizal was proponent of institutional reforms through his writings, while Martin Luther King, Jr. used his charismatic personality through orations and sermons to cry out the […]

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The Most Dangerous Game
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Rainstorm without knowing who General Carrot really is, he is like a mouse caught in a trap. To Rainstorm, Carrot is a life saver, seeing as Carrot as a warm hearted man welcoming him, “come .. .. This is the most restful spot”, when in reality is the most alarming space he can ever go. […]

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Civil Disobedience
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Some of the key points that Henry David Thoreau states In On the Duty of Cell Disobedience are applicable to modern-day societies that people have the right to resist, should and just practice Integrity, and attempt to attain a Just, limited government. Thoreau affirms throughout the pamphlet that the absolute right of individuals to withdraw […]

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The Revenger’s Tragedy
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In the extract, the key themes of lust, moral decay, misogyny and corruption are demonstrated and reinforced through the exchange between Vindice and Gratiana. In the Italian court in which the play is set, it is evident that moral bankruptcy is, and almost the only way of life and this is reflected in Vindice’s words; […]

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Nietzsche’s Account of Power in on the Genealogy of Morals
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Critically discuss Nietzsche’s account of power as understood through the notions of guilt, cruelty and asceticism. It is the human desire to feel their power that motivates them to be cruel and inflict pain upon both themselves and others. Throughout On the Genealogy of Morals there is a recurrent theme of power, this can be […]

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Jaspers’ distinction between the three immanent modes of the Encompassing
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In Jaspers’ Philosophy of Existence he describes three different immanent modes of encompassing: Existence, Consciousness in general, and Spirit. Within each mode the world is observed in differing ways.To comprehend the three immanent modes we must first (1) understand what Jaspers means by the Encompassing and immanent modes. Then we must (2) understand what is […]

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What Are Some of the Implications of the Protagorean Claim that Man is the Measure of All Things
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There is very little known about Protagoras as only fragments of his work remain. As such the fragments have no qualification to them and it is down to others such as Plato and Sextus to interpret them and give us some idea of his meaning. Perhaps the most famous of these fragments is that which […]

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William Shakespeare was at the peak of his career during the reign of Elizabeth I
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William Shakespeare was at the peak of his career during the reign of Elizabeth I, at the time England was at the climax of its power, having a large empire strong trade, a great naval fleet and many explorers who were forever discovering new lands. It was a time of travel and discovery, as well […]

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