The Philosophy Of Truth Making You Free

The Philosophy of Truth Making You Free There exists a philosophy that, the truth will make you free. For example, exposing a conspiracy that does yourself and others harm can only set you free from further harm and related mischief. Whether or not the conspirators are the criminals of society or the highest branches of […]

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The Moment of Truth

Chris George Jr. American Lit Hansen 1/14/98 The Golden Age, a time when money was so abundant. Wealthy familys always demanded to impress others rather than living their own life.How did wealth seem to develop with scandals and how would dreams contribute to destiny? In F. Scott Fitzgerald’s novel The Great Gatsby Nick Carraways great […]

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Truth and nonviolence will never be destroyed t

” Truth and nonviolence will never be destroyed” those words spoken by Mahatma Gandhi describe the true essence of his character. He was a man who unlike others decided to use nonviolence as a means of getting what he wanted. His different approach is what ultimately led to his rising popularity and strong success. Not […]

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The Truth about Leadership

Introduction The is a review of the the book “The Truth about Leadership; The No-fads, Heart-of-the-Matter Facts You Need to Know By James M. Kouzes and Barry Z. Posner”. The two authors of the book Kouzes and Posner have used there books as a form of sharing there views on matters related to leadership and […]

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The Nature of Truth

The nature of truth is very complex. This actually implies that it is difficult to find out the truth in most cases. Getting to find out what exactly happened in a situation or experience is like finding a needle lost amongst weeds. This is further explained by the inability of most people not to want […]

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The Truth about Abortion

Abortion is the termination of pregnancy and ejection of an embryo, which is incapable of surviving without the womb. However, the debate on abortion is not as simple as the definition given above. Whether or not abortion is right is an aspect of human right, which as many other aspects, is open for interpretation. Those, […]

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There Are No Absolute Distinctions Between What Is True and What Is False

The complexity of this simple claim can be easily underestimated due to its simple nature, however to completely understand the true intricacy of the statement would require close analysis of its meaning and an understanding of the process that we go through in order to obtain knowledge. Definitions of truth can only be interpreted so […]

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Important Truths

“Important truths begin as outrageous, or at least uncomfortable, attacks upon the accepted wisdom of the time. ” From time immemorial, important ”important truths” which have the capacity revolutionalising and bettering the condition of the people are often consider as dross, outrageous, unaccepted, or at least uncomfortable to the society at that time. This has […]

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Should We Always Tell the Truth

Telling the truth seems to be a rule that we have to follow in any circumstances. We learn not to lie during our childhood, and we try to follow that moral obligation during all our life. However, it is sometimes better not to tell the truth. In certain circumstances, it seems better to lie for […]

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Mending Wall Analysis

With a delicate mixture of philosophy and play, Frost’s “Mending Wall” explores themes of tradition and human nature. Though at first the poem seems simplistic in its representation of pastoral life, it gently evolves to raise larger questions about the way in which outdated traditions stunt the growth of new and meaningful experiences. Caught between […]

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When Should We Trust Our Senses to Give Us the Truth

Sight, smell, sound, taste, and touch make up the five senses that we have all become very familiar with. We have been able to depend on your senses for years. The question I pose is; when can we trust our senses to give us the truth? An account of what “true” means does not have […]

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Kafka’s Penal Colony

Roaul Duke in the popular film, Fear and Loathing in Los Vegas, said, “And that, I think, was the handle – that sense of inevitable victory over the forces of old and evil. Not in any mean or military sense; we didn’t need that. ” Kafka uses the idea that the “old and evil” can, […]

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Lying: a Metaphorical Memoir by Lauren Slater

In Lying: A Metaphorical Memoir, Lauren Slater attempts to create a new kind of truth called metaphorical truth: emotional truth explained using metaphors instead of facts. She confuses fact and fiction even though it is a memoir and thus creates a convoluted tale of herself where she may or may not be epileptic. Initially, the […]

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Documentaries Are About the Truth

“I don’t know what truth is. Truth is something unattainable. We can’t think we’re creating truth with a camera. But what we can do, is reveal something to viewers that allows them to discover their own truth. ” —Michel Brault Current thinking points to the increasing lack of distinction between documentary and fiction film. Brian […]

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Constructive Criticism

Linguistics professor and best-selling author, Deborah Tannen explains how “The Argument Culture” wants us to accept that by creating conflict is the best way of getting things done with an adversarial disposition. An essay taken from her book, The Argument Culture: Moving from Debate to Dialogue (1988), Tannen expresses her views on having adversarial dialogue […]

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The Truth About 911

The event that happened in September 11, 2001 will forever be emblazoned in the minds of the USA nation. The terrorist attacks on that day robbed the people’s peace of mind and had millions living in terror. Even though, we caught the group of terrorist that was involved in the attacks, there has always been […]

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Always telling a lie VS always telling the truth

These days, there is an issue about whether people should always tell a truth. Some people strongly argue that it is very important not to tell a lie to friend or family to keep good relationship because they believe truth is bridge that connects between people. It is undeniable that truth is important, however, I […]

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An Inconvenient Truth

Al Gore aims to generate international awareness regarding the disastrous effects of climate change foreseeable in the near future and to persuade the public to fulfill their moral responsibility in protecting the environment.

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