Platos The Human Soul
... . Phaedo is an account ofthe ideas ofthe great philosopher, Socrates. In ... the nature ofthe soul in Phaedo. The nature ofthe soul is one ofthe main points of ... Phaedo.
Socrates starts describing the nature ofthe soul by separating it ... argument that Socrates proves the immortality ofthe soul.
The soul is a ... strong argument for the immortality ofthe soul and the need for separation ... and philosophical knowledge one must use one's soul and not ... Word Count: 1213 | Page Count: 5
Most ofthe problems ofthe United states are related
to the economy. One ofthe major ... issues facing the ... ) The ability ofthe United States Government to raise money to meet the requirements ofthe ... of this system,
is the ability ofthe government to adjust the benefits for
the effects of ... Word Count: 2203 | Page Count: 19
A Man of Many Colors
A Man of Many Colors
Upton Sinclair:The Jungle
There are often ... personality. Jurgis Rudkis of Upton Sinclair’s novel, The Jungle, is no ... “promptly reports for work in the morning(pg.46) .”
Rudkis ... for himself, but for the welfare of Ona and the family. Eventhough he ... had to circumb to the evil powers of greed. He buys an ... as an undercover operative for the Democratic machine. He helps ... side may have been the cause of his downfall.
People often ... Word Count: 422 | Page Count: 2
... , life, death, and the stages of existence.
The subjects of life and death have ... royal merriage, or the Day of Doom.
The peculiar duality of this journey is ... the three stages ofthe poem. These three stages correspond to the awareness of death, the ... act of ... death, and the state after ... Word Count: 748 | Page Count: 3
Good Versus Evil
... the second battle.
The second battle is probably the most significant battle ofthe ... starts swimming down to the bottom ofthe lake, where her ... “One ofthe most distinctive features of Beowulf is the presentation of Grendel ... the devil, Beowulf felt greater power after defeating this evil force ... . When getting ready to fight the dragon, ... the other. The religious view of Beowulf brings the poems background together. The social status of ... Word Count: 1029 | Page Count: 4
The Population Solution
... both men and women on theuseof
contraceptives or birth control.
Even ... still stand against theuseof contraceptives and other forms
of birth control. Even ... provides both a larger labour force and a larger
market. They ... policy, is to campaign through theuseof
television, radio, and other forms ... family sizes
and/or promote theuseof birth control.
As Isaac Asimov ... Malthus, Thomas Robert. An Essay on the Principle of Population. London: Printed
for ... Word Count: 1245 | Page Count: 7
... and performance. The McClaren F1 can go the amazing speed of 226 miles ... has only one seat in the front ofthe car. When you drive ... you and the shifter. You are pretty much the king ofthe world when ... ; The McClaren F1is one ofthe most expensive cars in the world. The McClaren ... F1 cost an incredible cost of 850 ... the racetrack, but you get the luxury of driving it legally on the street. The ... Word Count: 452 | Page Count: 3
... his dormitory walls and investigated the source ofthe sublime rhythms (Bernstein, 3 ... that became the name ofthe band.
After the name was established, the band started ... part ofthe bands first tour.
The winter and spring of 1989 marked one ofthe ... most important periods ofthe band’s development ... proof that the power of music can operate outside the confines ofthe modern business ... Word Count: 1311 | Page Count: 7
Romantics Vs Realists
... have different views of nature. In this essay I will portray ... had a deepened appreciation ofthe beauties of nature. And how Realists ... a better understanding ofthe “essential facts of life”. Romantics ... of nature to that ofthe Romantics. They definitely preferred society to the harshness of ... the faults and hardly beneficial.
I have shown you in this essay ... how Romantics verse Realists and Naturalists have different opinions of ... Word Count: 273 | Page Count: 2
... against all odds and the true meaning of a grandmother’s unconditional love ... to recognize that persistence is the result of a continuous dedication to ... greater than or equal to the demands ofthe situation. She shows us ... they sells, made out of paper.”
The author teaches us through old ... hope. Each of us may face the prospect ofthe burdens of others in our ... lives. We can withdraw deep into the ... Word Count: 518 | Page Count: 3
Thomas Hardy was an English Writer who was born on
... were real people ofthe time and settings consisted of places he ... as were many famous books ofthe time). Hardy apparently had ... Gifford, sister-in-law ofthe vicar of St. Juliot in Cornwall ... in his writings.
"Tess ofthe d’Urbervilles" was published in 1891 ... "...sexual attraction is a natural force unopposable by human will" ( ... considered to be one ofthe great men of English Literature.
Thomas ... many readers to be one ofthe best writers. Hardy learned ... Word Count: 1035 | Page Count: 5
Sympathy in Wright's Native Son
... contrasts the "insistent and demanding" (219) desire that encourages Bigger to force ... intercourse with Bessie with the desperation that causes ... at the end ofthe novel parallels the desperation of Black America’s present and the uncertainty of ... recognition ofthe desperate plight of Black America. Wright poignantly tells the story ofthe immoral ... Word Count: 926 | Page Count: 4
In this every day changing world many of us are living in a comfortabl
... product (GDP) measures the total
value for final useof output produced by ... supported
financially by the government or the country's labor force. The dependency burden ... in
developed countries is one-third of their ... , and the money
that was generated by the country's our force can ... other. The percentage of unemployment and underemployment is 35% ofthe labor force
in the least ... Word Count: 1345 | Page Count: 6
The Old Man and the Sea
... The Old Man and the Sea , examines the struggles of man and
nature through the ... eyes ofthe protagonist ... them sometimes because of
their magnificence. An example being the Marlin in ... into the depths ofthe ocean. The old man and the boy, who parallels the
old ... man in the ... Word Count: 498 | Page Count: 2
... experience with them. In the summer of last year I baby-sat ... these kids across the street from ... with these kids at Mckinley. The first day Mrs. Aiken introduced ... her Math. I also learned the difference between what was right ... . Well I listened and took the eyebrow ring out they next ... I would come back the following week.
The second day I went ... then corrected papers. The majority of them got all of them right and ... Word Count: 814 | Page Count: 3
Why Athletes Are Good Role Models
... role model, but that is the job ofthe parent. He says that ... we just want some of them to use better judgement.
One person ... Vincent Lamont Baker ofthe Milwaukee Bucks. He is the best all ... player on the team and one ofthe most versatile in the league. He ... is said to be the symbol of ... what the NBA is really ... and defiant. Those are responsibilities ofthe parents. Just because there ... Word Count: 1481 | Page Count: 6
The Great Gasby
... be hidden in the folds of money. Such is the case of Jay Gatsby ... cannot be compromised by the effects of alcohol. When the narrator, Nick Carraway ... at her house to the wee hours ofthe morning, convinced her husband ... his unfortunate death. For all ofthe devotion he gave Daisy she ... lifestyle’s with a lack of consequence.
Lastly, The Jay Gatsby that everyone ... was an example ofthe highs and lows ofthe American dream. The pitfalls and ... Word Count: 733 | Page Count: 4
Albrecht Durer Self Portrait
... imitate the example of Christ."(The Western Humanities third edition)
The date ofthe ... painting and the ... attention Durer\'s demand of being the center of focus.
I think ... Word Count: 603 | Page Count: 12
... -their useof capital punishment. If capital punishment was a deterrent, the murder ... Theodore Kamis in 1996; the arbitrary application ofthe capital punishment is rampant ... when it is to the advantage ofthe prosecution. If the defendant is poor ... article by quoting the Marquis de Lafayette, ?Till the infallibility ofthe human judgment ... shall demand the abolition ofthe death penalty?. Since the proponents of capital punishment have ... Word Count: 1314 | Page Count: 6
Economic History of Europe from early 100's to Med
... counter the thrusts of their attackers, raising the price of aggression. Over the years the northern ... a government ofthe merchants, by the merchants, and for the merchants. Also ... came a time of rebuilding and the continue development ofthe economy.
This long ... economic revolution. New forms of energy, the invention of agriculture and livestock shifted ... to substantial growth of population and the new concentration of settlements. The medieval economic ... Word Count: 702 | Page Count: 4
Based on study done by Jeste Sprey of Case Western University in assoc
... children and their Parents
-The majority ofthe parents, especially those who ... the handicapped child. However, a minority of parents has reported that the birth ofthe ... their shortcomings. Some ofthe parents with the lowest real-ideal correspondence ... are consequently more aware ofthe extent of their children's handicaps ... tend to bear more ofthe burden of their children's daily ... seemed to be the outcome of an of an interactional sequence in ... Word Count: 731 | Page Count: 4
Let's Make A Deal: An Analysis Of The Monty Hall P
... compare it to, the concepts ofthe two versions are the same. Here is ... a huge debate over the probability of winning if the contestant stays with ... glance, the probability of winning seems obvious. After the host opens one ofthe doors ... won forty percent ofthe time. In a separate simulation ofthe problem on ... usually won over half ofthe time, and the staying program usually won ... can very easily be proven. The moral ofthe story? If you are ... Word Count: 1153 | Page Count: 5
Adventures of Huckleberry Finn
the house of Colonel Sherburn to lynch him. Here we hear
the full forceof ... Twain's thoughts on the hypocrisy an
cowardice of society, "The ... idea of ... Duke, the lack of caring by the townspeople for
Boggs, the naiveté ofthe Wilks ... sisters and the ... Word Count: 1259 | Page Count: 6
... can not handle problems ofthe adult world.
The characters around Dave make ... to feel more powerful. In the beginning of this story, Dave talks ... very immature and childlike. The act of cornering his mother for a ... ask his dad for the gun for fear of rejection, a perfect ... his problems more easily.
At the end ofthe story, Dave decides to ... jump on the next train leaving with his gun. All of these ... Word Count: 456 | Page Count: 2
The beatles and how they changed music
... down upon in Liverpool, the
grass roots ofThe Beatles, while not ... with Decca Records. The turnout was devastational “the head of
Hahn ... Please Me stayed at the top ofthe British
charts for 30 ... and took advantage ofthe
opportunity. The Beatles appeared on “The Ed Sullivan Show ... instigating the peace movement. John Lennon, the founder ofThe Beatles, is
... Hahn And Donald
most influential individual in the ... Word Count: 1281 | Page Count: 6
Iraq: A Country On The Rise
... % ofthe economically active part ofthe population). There about 2,300 threshers in use ... ,
the government\'s policies of supporting a large military and internal security
force ... have drained the ...
the average person making $1,940 a year. It\'s labor force ...
branches of military: Army and Republican Guard, Navy, Air Force, Border Guard
Force ... Word Count: 2047 | Page Count: 10
The Brady Bill
... . Even the proponents ofthe bill agreed that
the effect ofthe bill on curbing the gun ... . With the acknowledgment ofthe Attorney General,
Dick Thornburgh, that the practical useof such instant ... check system would be
years away,5 the ... that he
was determined to forcethe issue to another vote during ... .
The passage ofthe Brady bill of 1993 is one ofthe best case studies ofthe legislative ... Word Count: 4151 | Page Count: 17
The History Of Marijuana
... sophisticated. Theuseof
marijuana is still very much the drug of choice of young people ... regular recreational
Another sign of sophistication in the marijuana picture ... sophisticated. Theuseof
marijuana is still very much the drug of choice of young ... regular recreational
Another sign of sophistication in the marijuana picture ... sophisticated. Theuseof
marijuana is still very much the drug of choice of young ... Word Count: 5643 | Page Count: 18
Child Labor In Victorian England
... were a significant part ofthe labor force
because they could be ... and attics (McMurtry 159). The majority ofthe
day of young workers was spent ... was not the sole supporter
ofthe family (Harrison 74). The life of a child ... have during the Victorian Period. Two ofthe most commonly heard of jobs
... ran by poor
immigrants. The daily conditions ofthe shops were dirty, ... was
characterized by theuseof children to help develop the economy. Child laborers ... Word Count: 1022 | Page Count: 5
The ethical delimma of journal
... protection against disclosure or/and useof non-public information without authority ... ).
The example of rape case would vigorously illustrate the importance of media law and the ... absence of ... journalism morality. Since the Criminal ... use ethical values of their profession to consider and protect people, where the ... Word Count: 1335 | Page Count: 6
Animal Farm Essay
... Farm Essay
Through a lack of education, the animals became unable to detect the ... slowly establishing over the Animal Farm. Many people ofthe American society are ... surroundings, similar to the actions of Boxer. Often the immigrants that come to ... Napoleon throughout the trials and tribulations of Animal Farm. Lack of education ... not realize it. The most uneducated of all the animals on Animal ... this little bit of support from the sheep the pigs are able ... Word Count: 580 | Page Count: 3
Hemispheres of the Brain
... feel is just adapting to theuseof a left hand
preference and ... about the asymmetry ofthe hemispheres. First,
I will talk about the left side ofthe ... , or rather the reorganization
ofthe left hemisphere. Evidence is in favor ofthe latter ... to the relative contribution of each hemisphere to the perception of
emotion. The majority of experimental ... a lot in the field ofthe brain. Such different aspects ofthe brain is ... Word Count: 1654 | Page Count: 7
Anna Karenina: Characters and the Life Novel
... upon conclusion ofthe sale ofthe land, Ryabinin does not use his usual tag ... .
This tag would normally be characteristic ofthe ... to the realism of both the novel and the characters.
Perhaps the most realistic of Tolstoy ... is the stagnation ofthe life ofthe title character Anna Karenina. At the beginning ofthe novel, the ... earlier, the initial characterization of Vronsky sets forth for the reader the limits ofthe actions ... Word Count: 1696 | Page Count: 8
Psychological Egoism: Every Person Is Oriented Tow
... flow of gratification is the means of ones happiness.
The object ofthe voluntary acts of every ... Man should be allowed the right to use all means or actions ... even bloodshed, usually for the sake ofthe whim ofthe
These two confusions ... together obscure the possibility of an ethics of ... Roark, the hero ofThe
Fountainhead, is the symbol of this.
The second aspect of independence ... Word Count: 1944 | Page Count: 10
The Disproval of Spontaneous Generation The Disproval of Spontaneous Generation
From the beginning of time it was believed ... spontaneous generation. However, in the middle ofthe 17th century and then through ... the next 100 years, this ... break the neck off of one ofthe flasks at the base. The flask with the broken ... from something nonliving. The curve in the neck ofthe flask allowed air to ... Due to the work of three men, we now have the knowledge that ... Word Count: 546 | Page Count: 3
Citius Altius Fortius: At what cost?
Citius, Altius, Fortius is the motto ofthe Olympic games. Translated from Greek ... for two very good reasons: theuseof drugs produces an unfair advantage ... testing is by far the easiest because ofthe ease of collection and most ... the supervision of a chaperone to be sent out to a lab9. Theuseof ... blood tests started in the Sydney games. It ... to be some police force to keep the games clean, so they ... Word Count: 1051 | Page Count: 4
... defense, and, within the United States, for punishment of awful crimes. This ... week, the Supreme Court considers ... to deliverers of death?
Noel David Earley believes they do. The 48 ... fear of prosecution.
To acting Solicitor General Walter Dellinger, however, the difference ... severe suffering and aiding the purposeful taking of another life is profound ... . If the law permits doctors ... Word Count: 289 | Page Count: 2
A Dolls House Full of Tidy Endings
... all of which have been around since the beginning ofthe storytelling tradition. The themes ... dealt with in the plays ... important to the overall comparison ofthe two plays, but the foil characters ... flair? Is it the depth ofthe characters, the seriousness ofthe issues, the drab settings? ... What could make any piece of ... Word Count: 1081 | Page Count: 5
Taxation & Democracy
... strategies depends on the rules ofthe game; and the rules ofthe game are ... written by the institutions through which the ... want on the other side ofthe budget." The result of this is ... and included the introduction of progressive taxation at the turn ofthe twentieth century ... by the end ofthe war in the mid-40s, the vast majority of citizens ... that the Swedish tax system is designed to encourage teh useof ... Word Count: 3012 | Page Count: 13
... traveler, choosing the roads to follow on the map
of their continuous journey ... in which to head. Regardless ofthe original message that Robert Frost ... that determines the shade ofthe light that
he will see the poem in ... because it seemed that the majority of people took the other path
therefore ... path over the more popular, secure one indicates
the type of personality he ... Once again at the end ofthe poem the regret hangs over the
traveler like ... Word Count: 771 | Page Count: 3
Professor Ernest Lasegue ofthe University of Paris finally identified anorexia ... signs are
intolerance of cold due to the absence ofthe body's natural ... soon adjust
to the lack of food it learns to usethe energy it ... to the point were the person is at risk of death.
The effects of anorexia ...
setting. The most urgent concern ofthe physician is getting the patient to ... necessary in the treatment of anorexia to help the patient
understand the disease ... Word Count: 1539 | Page Count: 8
Medicinal Value of Yoga
... on the concept of Reincarnation, the Upanishads and other Hindu scripture. In this essay ... I would like to briefly explore the primary branches of Yoga ... , then Karma-Yoga becomes a forceof positive social action, but nothing ... of well-being.
The asanas are based on five principles.
1. Theuseof gravity. The ... inverted postures such as the headstand, shoulder stand ... Word Count: 3053 | Page Count: 15
History of the taker Gluckauf
... the Gluckauf the vessel hull itself became the oil container. They did not use ... cargo tanks inside the ship like the ... the banks ofthe Tyne River, the shipyard is most famous the being the largest builder of ... entangled in the underwater wreckage
After the production ofthe Gluckauf as the first "modern ... " tanker the tanker took ... Word Count: 1217 | Page Count: 7
Death of Salesman
... way. This affair damaged the life of Biff who caught his father ... with the woman. Biff became disappointed ... attended college. Willy was not the only one who faced consequences ... still ashamed of what he had done, even after the affair was ... show his past. Through the flashbacks, the audience gets to notice that ... he wanted to do with the rest of his life, and finds ... Biff than Happy. In day ofthe big game, Willy only has ... Word Count: 912 | Page Count: 4
... , the “raw majesty of life under
fire, the beauty of comradeship, and the nobility ofthe warrior ... .” His soldiery
dreams of victory ... for were the creation of a strong
central government, and the cancellation ofthe Versailles ... by
destroying the fruit of their years of struggle. Because of this Hitler ... rid Germany ofthe Germans and the Communist, and reunite the parts of Europe
in ... Word Count: 1291 | Page Count: 6
... and flowing from the tug of a far-away, invisible force (p.31 ... robbed him of dignity, identity, and individuality. The human side ofthe city ... more to the faceless mass ofthe buildings and the mute body ofthe city than ... later hides himself amidst the catacombs ofthe old buildings, many people ... order to bear the ordeal of life and the oppression of an uncaring society ... period of growth and learning, recognition of self-worth and ofthe worth of others ... Word Count: 857 | Page Count: 3
... characters breaking away from the social standards of their time and acting ... Ibsen to show faults of society. In the first secession Ibsen illustrates ... considered wrong, Ibsen is critical ofthe fact that Nora is forced ... be herself and the eventual deterioration ofthe marriage. Throughout the play Nora is ... perfect marriage. Ibsen is critical ofthe fact that a marriage lacked ... leave was the exclamation point on his critical view of society
... Word Count: 560 | Page Count: 3
Young Goodman Brown: The Downfall of Young Goodman
... simply by the power of suggestion. The suggestion that the
woman in ... all one of "the
Christian triptych". (Capps 25) The third part ofthe triptych ... service of converts to the devil. The leader ofthe service than addresses the
crowd of ... all the members
ofthe congregation are the righteous, honest, and incorruptible ofthe
community. The ... sermon leader then informs the crowd of ... Word Count: 2322 | Page Count: 10
“The rule of Caligula proved the disastrous capacity of an autocratic system of government.” ... the laws of treason and encouraged informers so that he could use ... condemnations to confiscate the property of wealthy senators. He ended the senate’s ... 39 Caligula announced the revival ofthe treason trials, the bloodthirsty trials that ...
“The rule of Caligula proved the disastrous capacity of an autocratic system of government.” The ... Word Count: 1060 | Page Count: 5
Burton and his Auter
... the “auteur” title. This paper will explore Tim Burton’s useof cinematic techniques of ... root. The style of Goth is highly indebted to the German Expressionism ofthe twenties ... paint the setting of a quiet town in the middle of nowhere. With the exception of ... don’t fit the picture of normal. It is the people ofthe film, not the main ... characters that brand the ... Word Count: 2436 | Page Count: 9