Essay on Philosophy Of Life

Church going Philip Larkin

In the poem ” Church going” Philip Larkin indicates his views on religion, the value of the church and its future in an increasingly secular age through describing a biker’s encounter with a church he often passes. Larkin shows the meaning of christianity and its place in society by contrasting its physical and spiritual aspects. […]

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Fetal Humanity and Brain Function

Baruch Brody begins his argument by making assumptions that a fetus, being a human being must acquire all the essential properties of a human being, such that the loss of any would lead to out of existence or death. Thus, the essential property of a human being is the property whereby the loss would result […]

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A Comparison of “When the Bomb Drops” and “The Choosing”

“When the Bomb Drops” is about a lady trying to chooses a family who live on her road to share her bomb shelter with. She uses a process of exclusion rather than including and through this she portrays her character as a narrow- minded, snobbish housewife. “Those people without an inside loo should be crossed […]

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Viktor Frankl

The theorist that I resonated the most with was Viktor Frankl. Reading Frankl’s biographical influences on his theory really inspired me. Through all the horrific struggles, Frankl never lost hope. He always had a good head on his shoulders and the right mindset. Frankl’s theories developed after surviving the Holocaust, believing that “those who had a […]

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Making Good Choices Analysis

Sequoria Johnson February 07, 2012 MAKING GOOD CHOICES My choices have put me in many bad predicaments and this one is by far my biggest lesson that I had to learn. I am a very smart young woman sometimes I just let certain things get the best of my personality. Making good choices is about […]

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Building an Ethical Organization

The organization that I have recently taken over the directorship of is named Prisoners Helper. This organization offers help and rehabilitation to the soon to be released prisoners, those who have been incarcerated for five or more years. The organization is a non-profit organization, we run off donations made and collected from the community. The […]

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The Tuning of Perfection Alistair Macleod

Macleod’s characterization of Archibald in “The Tuning of Perfection” is of a man whose life is sustained by personal hard work and the memories of the times gone by with his wife and even before then- of a faltering culture. His character represents an individual in a world where the construction and maintenance of a […]

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Thought and Completely Different Perspective

How do we tell wrong from right and right from wrong? When we make a choice is it based on our beliefs or what we value in life? As we move on with life, we never really think about all the choices we have made in our lifetime and sometimes we take those for granted. […]

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