Aristotle`s Virtue Theory
... abilities. Therefore,
virtue is a characteristicof a person that "renders good ... similarly to these
different aspects of soul. Intellectual virtues include ... person. Having too much of one
characteristic becomes an excess or deficient ... and does not have more of one characteristic than
another. For instance ... and other people. The second characteristic,
choice, involves a person ... desired consequence. The
third characteristic Aristotle mentions deals with a ... Word Count: 801 | Page Count: 4
... . Socrates distinguished two groups of
accusers: the earlier and ... ) Meletus has accused
Socrates of being the only corrupter, ... In frustration, Meletus accuses Socrates of being "a complete
atheist," ... searching for
the truth of what others think. When ... punishment, Socrates explores the idea of exile. However,
Socrates admits ... punishment. The last section of the
Apology deals with ... [he]
maintains are unworthy of [himself]." Socrates believes that ... Word Count: 1606 | Page Count: 7
... from the book, The Autobiography of Malcolm X, by Malcolm ... Haley. In this part of the book Malcolm discusses his ... the letters out, censored all of his mail. However, no ... ever treated him differently because of it.
As Malcolm X ... letters to a wide variety of people he became frustrated ... starting to acquire some kind of homemade education.” He ... articulate hustler on the streets of Harlem, and could get ... to get a hold of a copy of a dictionary and ... Word Count: 617 | Page Count: 3
... but it creates a chain of commodities, fetishisis, and alienation ... use to obtain different forms of commodities, to then exchange ... its labor between a multitude of private producers who relate ... anymore, but the images of women you see on television ... living up to that standard of beauty. Not seeing themselves ... begins a whole unhealthy chain of eating disorders, over exercising; ... clothing industry makes tons of money off of people\'s insecurities. If ... Word Count: 1079 | Page Count: 5
Frederick James - The Limites of Post Modern Theor
... is characteristically postmodern the less characteristic it turns out to be ... ideological landscape of postmodernism, however, the article concluded on a characteristic Jamesonian ... , a further intensification of the logic of capitalism, of commodification and reification. Indeed ... a consequence of his elevation of a particular kind of space, of what Henri ... of space that Jameson identifies as characteristicof postmodernity is itself a symptom of ... Word Count: 4937 | Page Count: 21
... lose. Try four years of undergraduate school at Morehouse University ... the ninetieth percentile upon completion of the Virginia State BAR ... ." We\'ve been notified of your outstanding examination scores, ... . Mr. Sampson, one of the founders of the firm, (who also ... today in a dilemma of character and of courage. You have ... defendant Anderson Heath guilty of the crime of murder. We the ... Heath, Jacks, and Associates guilty of conspiracy to murder.
The judge ... Word Count: 2876 | Page Count: 11
The Ambitions of Napoleon
... in the hands of a keen military dictator of unheard of ability. Napoleon ... was one of history's ... as second in command of a battalion of Corsican volunteers. The Revolution ... changed the status of Corsica, giving Corsicans all the ... rights of Frenchman. This change helped Napoleon ... and then later named Emperor of France. Napoleon revised everything once ... Word Count: 1149 | Page Count: 5
The Inter-Relationship between Stress and the Huma
... inside that person. The third characteristicof stress involves the body\'s ... , and traumatic experiences. Examples of chronic stressors include sleep deprivation ... an interruption or perversion of function of any of the organs and/or ... significantly decreased (Hassed, 1998).
Of particular interest is Hassed\'s ... men is of particular interest because of the cyclic nature of the ... , are the result of the interaction of stressors which involve and ... Word Count: 3726 | Page Count: 19
Religion In North American Towns
... will be The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, ... MORMON MISSION The Church of Jesus Christ
of Latter-day Saints is ... odds with values that were characteristicof many cities and towns already ... vision
received from God of the "City of Zion" that kept ... named Bethlehem,
in honor of the birthplace of Jesus Christ, that ran ... his planning of "The City of Zion."
The focal point of the town ... in a communal form of organization." All of the money and
assets ... Word Count: 2299 | Page Count: 11
... and Wayembergh, p. 28-29). Characteristicof the Heian period was its ... dwellings in comparison to those of members of the aristocracy. The architecture ... random about the layout of the garden of the Golden Pavilion. Every ... front copies the movement of the group of five, finisheing the complete ... simplicity, not focusing on elements of elaborately constructed vistas, but on ... verandah. Likewise, the architectual structures of the Heian stroll garden are ... Word Count: 2488 | Page Count: 10
Epic Characteristics of Miltons Masterwork Paradis
... following in the manner of epic poets of past centuries: Barbara ... is a figure of heroic stature, of national or international ... The action surely consists of deeds of great valour requiring superhuman ... haughtiness, pride . . . ."
Another of the characteristics of the epic, the use ... grand subject.
The final characteristicof the traditional epic noted ... of associated iconography of the muses in the history of epic poetry.
Other of ... Word Count: 3293 | Page Count: 18
Divorce And The Problems In Today's Society
... can be seen as symptoms of erosion of the American family and ... mothers (Mahoney 41). Because of the impact of economic stress, couples are ... the National Institutes of Health cites the characteristics of successful step ... the characteristics and success rates of each (Herbert 60).
Neo ... year study.
The most striking characteristicof the neo-traditional family is ... traditional nuclear family because of the level of intimacy and unconditional support ... Word Count: 2127 | Page Count: 9
The History Of Greek Theater
... his city. The second
major characteristicof the early Greek world was ... , suffering brought knowledge of worldly
matters and of the individual. Aristotle ... Aristotle, by searching the works of writers of Greek
tragedy, Aeschulus, Euripides ... tragedy originated in honor of the god of wine,
Dionysus, the ... had a public of all classes. Because of the size of the
audience ... just a
ridiculous imitation of lower types of man with eminent faults ... Word Count: 2478 | Page Count: 14
The History of Greek Theater
... his city. The second
major characteristicof the early Greek world was ... . Aristotle, by searching the works of writers of Greek
tragedy, Aeschulus, Euripides ... most
significantly Shakespeare. Aristotle’s analysis of tragedy began with
a description ... tragedy originated in honor of the god of wine,
Dionysus, the ... had a public of all classes. Because of the size of the
audience ... just a
ridiculous imitation of lower types of man with eminent faults ... Word Count: 2318 | Page Count: 11
Stricter Airline Security
... more systematic, more careful searching of passengers, bags and airplanes for ... stricter security. Another crucial part of this debate that perplexes many ... or individuals. Article IV of the Bill of Rights states that “the ... bags. Because of the extremely high cost of many of these precautions, airports ... the advanced equipment costs millions of dollars per machine, every airport ... , should be the ultimate enforcer of these new security precautions. Weekly ... Word Count: 1428 | Page Count: 7
Since the foundation of the American Federation of Labor(AFL) in ... substantial differences in the effectiveness of different unions, and that is ... percent, somewhat more during periods of depression and somewhat less during ... periods of prosperity. Empirical studies have also ... disadvantage experienced by the employers of unionized labor.
Some participants in ... their ranks only one of five members of the labor force, down ... Word Count: 609 | Page Count: 3
Nutrition and You
... sports exercise
different areas of the body.
Carbohydrates, proteins ... recommendations based on studies of consumption of the given nutrient.
... in sailors
because of their lack of vitamin C in ... is
made up of a group of compounds called tocoherols. ... are some of the health benefits of these types of
Soluble ... to
understanding the importance of good nutrition.
References ... Word Count: 3777 | Page Count: 33
The Great Gatspy
... average consumer. The
widespread impact of the stock market downturn heightened ... the popular view of the
importance of the economy during the ... the tastelessness that Gatsby is characteristicof. Jay Gatsby and Nick are ... . New York City, home of
the apartment of Tom\'s mistress and ... , and excitement are symbolic of the life of the characters.
Fitzgerald criticizes ... to gain excesses of
capital. The theme of the corruption of value is ... Word Count: 2158 | Page Count: 7
Smith and Marx
... existence.At a certain stage of development , the material ... and capacities of labor are universal. Activities of people determine ... social conditions create new kinds of individuals. So, Marx ... on the capability of activity, many of which are social ... mutual indifference replacing most form of cooperation.Finally, the worker ... in the support of that industry of which the produce ... concerned with the development of consciousness among men.Little ... Word Count: 1319 | Page Count: 5
Should the fundamental question in epistemology be
... know, in the sense of being sure of, anything? In addition, ... the two main elements of the study of knowledge, Empiricism and rationalism ... , it is part of his theory of human nature that he ... derived from inward impressions of the workings of the mind and in ... discovered black swans. No number of observations of white swans, however high ... end--but because the likelihood of each of the outcomes makes it ... the dark assures us of the presence of some person,” he ... Word Count: 2978 | Page Count: 21
... Caesar will be killed of the Ides of March. Caesar, who studies ... ;In Act I, Scene 2 of Julius Caesar, a Soothsayer calls ... , warning him to "Beware of the Ides of March!" (Line 21). Caesar ... to Caesar is one of the first of many ironies that pervade ... great war general and conqueror of nations, sees himself as invincible ... he can defeat the fate of the gods. However, it is ... Word Count: 299 | Page Count: 2
Shakespeare - Tragic Heros
... Hamlet, Macbeth or any of Shakespeare\'s well-known ... Aristotle. Through his theory of catharsis, Aristotle debated that ... the great plays of Sophicles, Euripides, and other ... ;Probably the most important characteristicof a Shakespearean tragic hero ... Some characters may be guilty of harboring many flaws, like ... fall from grace. This characteristic was used mostly to help ... sinister and nasty. This characteristic allowed the audience to feel ... Word Count: 653 | Page Count: 3
Child Abuse Can Kill
... is Physical neglect. This type of abuse involves the parents\' ... primary categories: (1) intergenerational transmission of violence, (2) social stress, ( ... ("Child Abuse" Encarta). Interim transmission of violence is displayed when the ... have shown that 30 percent of abused children become abusive themselves ... in a family. The conditions of social stress include unemployment, illness ... Abuse" Britannica). The family structure of a home sometimes relates to ... Word Count: 813 | Page Count: 4
The three strangers
... among the hills of the herdsmen. One of the strangers, conveniently ... and actions, through the devises of narrative structure and characterization.
Through ... the significant omission of the three strangers’ personal backgrounds ... the only bit of direct observation we receive of any of the three ... by Hardy in his omission of the strangers’ backgrounds.
When ... guilty action is a proof of guilt.
Hardy effectively uses ... Word Count: 951 | Page Count: 4
... we fresh music, an explosion of lights, and spectacular floats. ... Gras brought about the presentation of Carnivals\' colors, flag and ... Parades are organized mainly of large colorful floats pulled ... decorations, telling the story of each floats theme. Parades ... also consist of Marching bands, ROTC/Color ... they will be tossing hundreds of beads, cups, doubloons, and ... Attracts Celebrities. The tradition of having a famous Hollywood Star ... Word Count: 1702 | Page Count: 7
The Gothic Theme In Frankenstein
... every told.
The very first characteristicof a Gothic novel is its ... , horror, and tears.
The second characteristicof the Gothic theme is the ... felt. The crime aspect of this characteristic can also be seen through ... the old man.
The fourth characteristicof the Gothic is the dramatic ... he looks hideous.
The final characteristicof the Gothic theme in Frankenstein ... monster is the main example of this characteristic. He is built from ... Word Count: 1386 | Page Count: 6
... confusing-- and the abstract ideas...[of] actual experiences can sometimes produce ... parts of human nature by lavishing it with an intensely fierce characteristic ... it (Dintenfass 7). Most of Conrad\'s opinionated interest towards ... has been considered as a characteristicof a Shakespearean tragedy. Death is ... , truth, and the forms of expression that includes multiplicity, ambiguity ... the psychological and sociological perspective of his work. Without this ... Word Count: 1815 | Page Count: 6
Ben Franklin Biography/Critique
... Continental Congress, submitted articles of confederation for the united colonies ... Society, and the University of Pennsylvania. At the Constitutional ... public pronouncements urged ratification of the Constitution and approved ... Continental Congress, submitted articles of confederation for the united colonies ... Society, and the University of Pennsylvania. At the Constitutional ... public pronouncements urged ratification of the Constitution and approved ... Word Count: 3374 | Page Count: 14
Many people suffer from unattractive fat build up
advantages over other techniques of body contouring. Huge scars ... double chins, and facial accumulations of fat. Liposuction
has become one ... .
Athletic individuals who are of normal body weight and are ... time.
The American Society of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeons
recognize ... safe and effective technique of removing
sectioned areas of excessive fat. Nonetheless ... .
There are a lot of official-sounding organizations and certifications ... Word Count: 1183 | Page Count: 6
... history and culture in terms of understanding the meaning, evaluating the ... and Hellenism”. Hebraism is strictness of consciences and Hellenism is spontaneity ... essay, by Ruth Benedict speaks of cultural significance. How the pueblos ... Kiowa Grandmother” is an illustration of the authors grandmother and her ... speak about the cultural significance of the Pueblos people in relation ... to other surrounding cultures of the time. “Pacific Distances” seems ... Word Count: 745 | Page Count: 4
... defined as "...any kind of sexual activity committed against a ... people automatically think of a stranger jumping out of the bushes or ... step is to be aware of community rape prevention and ... dark doorways and other places of concealment.3. DO NOT HITCHHIKE ... secluded areas8. Know the location of the special emergency phones on ... deals with the unfortunate situation of being raped. There is ... There are many different forms of rape. There are many ... Word Count: 1325 | Page Count: 4
Taxation & Democracy
... the politics and development of tax systems of the United States, ... nations discussed are prime examples of "industrial democracies," and Steinmo ... wealth. Within the hundreds of goals of taxation are "raising revenue ... institutional structures.
With Constitutions of most countries either being either ... has been a tendency of growth of social security and income ... , and inefficiency. The accumulation of credits, deduction, and exclusions desinged ... Word Count: 3012 | Page Count: 13
Diverrsity Of Plants
... the most obvious characteristicof angiosperms, guide the activities of insects and other ... , structures that are as characteristicof members of
the division as flowers are ... by the
structure of the flowers.
Fruits, which are characteristicof angiosperms, are ... extremely diverse.
The evolution of structures in ... .
Apparently most of the movement of ions into a plant ... Word Count: 2750 | Page Count: 17
Comparison And Contrast Of William Blakes Poems
... William Blake, Songs
of Innocence and of Experience employs the mediums ...
in a state of innocence and of an imagination unspoiled ... innocent world. The Songs of Innocence, of course, are
not " ... publishing of Songs of Experience in 1794. However,
Songs of Experience ... had the accompanying
abridgment of Songs of Innocence.
In the Introduction ... the
characteristicof the child, experience is the characteristicof the adult.
(Characteristic, NOT ... Word Count: 2711 | Page Count: 15
Object-Oriented Database Management Systems
... . The third characteristic is that of
experimental activity. Plenty of prototypes have been ... object
oriented system. The first characteristic is translated to the following ... hoc query mechanisms. The second characteristic is translated to the
following ... of instances of A is a subset of the set of instances of B.
One of ... the necessary constituents of a ... Word Count: 3115 | Page Count: 16
Atticus Finch - To Kill A Mockingbird
... unreasonable and highly emotional element of
the town. He can handle ...
the individual worth of a person regardless
of the color of skin. He ... Accordingly,
in the final analysis of the story, Atticus
represents the ...
compassionate and understanding of the
problems and conditions of life faced by ... things from Boo\'s point
Atticus\' relationship with ... the grim ingrained
prejudices of a southern community of whether
he is ... Word Count: 383 | Page Count: 4
Inaccuracies of the Consumer Price Index (CPI)
... Consumer Price Index (CPI)
Inaccuracies of the Consumer Price Index (CPI ... Index is a measure of the prices of a fixed market
basket ... CPI measures the
costliness of a constant standard of living. Critics claim ... therefore it overcompensates the standard
Secondly, because the base ...
keep their positions.
Another consequence of the overstated CPI involves the ... hurting as a result of the
overcompensation of the CPI is the ... Word Count: 433 | Page Count: 3
... Another debate is what kind of women Clytaemestra is. Clytemnestra ... characteristic is not necessarily typical of women of her time. Her most important characteristic ... is like the watchman calls it, "male strength of ... , human character. His combination of anticipation and foreboding, meanwhile, establishes ... . The Herald is another of Aeschylus\' carefully depicted minor ... and his bitter account of the horrors of the Trojan War ... Word Count: 1288 | Page Count: 5
Jeffersons Views on Education
... , he argued, were incapable of self-government. But he had ... in the reasonableness and teachableness of the masses and in ... believed in the power of education to reform and ... Republican ideals. The number of colleges and universities in America ... they went from nine of the time of the Revolution, to twenty ... were almost without exception members of prosperous, propertied families.
Jefferson ... “ he should rehearse the history of his own country”. Every citizen ... Word Count: 673 | Page Count: 3
... advice on a wide range of adolescent developmental concerns. Organized into ... situation within a wide range of potential parental concerns.
The primary ... These stories present the point of view of both parent and teen ... For instance, concerning the issue of early sexual experimentation the authors ...
Given the seriousness of the potential outcomes of sexually promiscuous teen behavior ... eleven and use the rest of the text.
Book ... Word Count: 1150 | Page Count: 6
The Downfall of Macbeth
... Shakespeare, is the tragic tale of Macbeth, a virtuous man, ... Ultimately, Macbeth chose the path of darkness.
Throughout the entire play ... referring to the idea of the murder of Duncan, Macbeth first ... and tells Macbeth:
The instruments of darkness tell us truths,
... enraptured by the prophecies of the witches that he ... spur
To prick the sides of intent, but only
Vaulting ... He was fully aware of the consequences of all the decisions he ... Word Count: 1023 | Page Count: 5
Travelling through dark
... furtively conceals the profound meaning of his poem behind a ... considers his options and outcomes of both decisions. His car ... This is an outstanding display of imagery that describes the anxiety ... the narrator contemplates all of this, the taillights of the car illuminate ... light. This is reflective of the heightened emotions he is ... through oblivious to the consequences of their actions. The driver ... take place, is symbolic of the road of life that we all ... Word Count: 740 | Page Count: 3
The Spanish Armada of 1588
... was under the command of the Marquis of Santa Cruz. He was ... paper. The squadrons were: of Portugal- consisting of ten galleons, Castile- fourteen ... This was a copy of the hellburners of Antwerp. A previous horror ... , 475.
 Motley, History of the United Netherlands, 483.
[23 ... , 492.
 Motley, History of the United Netherlands, 496.
[31 ... , 497.
 Motley, History of the United Netherlands, 497.
[34 ... Word Count: 2892 | Page Count: 16
Why Athletes Are Good Role Models
... and we have not heard of any of his philanthropic efforts. He ... negative thing. If parents disapprove of him gambling, then they should ... questioned the lack of government funding for research of AIDS.
It is ... are held to higher standards of conduct than other people because ... look at the inappropriate actions of few athletes. I was ... and defiant. Those are responsibilities of the parents. Just because there ... don't hate all of them. Some of them work hard to ... Word Count: 1481 | Page Count: 6
How would you feel
... nothing could have warned me of the horrific event that ... recess early. Like in any of these situations, we were ... This was only the beginning of my profound wound.
From that ... affect drastically.
After a couple of years went by I understood ... insecurity towards all people of lighter complexion and of higher status. From ... . I also became fearful of talking to my parent’s friends ... me but an embarrassment. Feelings of insecurity over took me and ... Word Count: 926 | Page Count: 4
Booker T. Washington
... , Ga. While emphasizing the importance of economic advancement to blacks, he ... race understand that the agitation of questions of social equality is the ... needs of industry, and the harsh reality of discrimination prevented most of his ... accommodationist philosophy in The Souls of Black Folk (1903). Others were ... National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) in ... appealed to white politicians, many of whom contributed money to Tuskegee ... Word Count: 1169 | Page Count: 5
... risk for developing
a variety of psychiatric disorders, anxiety disorders, ... brief intervals of time."
(Squire, 1987) It\'s main characteristic is ... the holding and understanding of
limited amounts of information ... information learned.
Knowledge of the capitals of all the states would ... an
experience beyond "the range of usual human experience," (Sidran ... irrelevant in regard to memories of traumatic
experiences. Other scientists ... Word Count: 1561 | Page Count: 7
Exceptional Education Referral To Placement
... upon the school-wide dilemma of students, families and schools ... referral and placement process of students with special needs ... a larger exceptional needs population of students.
Exceptional Education Teacher ... stakeholder in this cycle of referrals to placement is ... students, maintain documentation of progress, conduct end of the year testing ... paper is one of a lack of funding for individuals ... : The Art and Practice of the Learning Organization. New ... Word Count: 2078 | Page Count: 9
... be demonstrated through.
The first characteristicof stereotyping is over-generalisation. A ... a member of that group.
The second feature and characteristicof stereotyping is ... the exaggeration of the difference between ... ).
The third characteristicof stereotyping is that of the expression of values. Most stereotypical ... attributing a group with a characteristic is also withholding others. However ... Word Count: 2915 | Page Count: 15
... S corporations. The key characteristicof S corporation status is the ... flow-through" characteristic avoids the double taxation of C corporations, ... shareholders. Another benefit of the flow-through characteristicof S corporation status is ... The "flow-through" characteristicof S Corporations avoids the double ... beyond the reasonable needs of the business of the corporation.
Taxable ... upon the death of a member of the sale of a membership ... Word Count: 1998 | Page Count: 8