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    short novel Anthem the main character, Equality 7-251, lives in an out-dated society with little to no development. In that society, creativity is unlawful and prohibited. But Equality 7-251 cannot stop himself from thinking. Creativity is a vital part human existence, because it is essential for human development. Human development is necessary in order to survive, you cannot simply live on without development. “Our discovery is too great for us to waste our time sweeping streets. We must not keep our secret to ourselves, nor buried under the ground. We must bring it into the sight of all men.” (Rand, ch 5) Creativity is helpful. It is the birthplace of solutions, sometimes solutions can help one or many. Equality 7-251 feels the need to share his gift so he can help his brothers. He is too selfless to keep the gift to himself. Creativity gives a sense of individualism. In Equality 7-251’s society, there is no singular person, there is only persons. Equality 7-251 writes in his journal, does…

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    Freedoms like individuality and to have control over one’s life are taken for granted. In Aldous Huxley’s Brave New World and Ayn Rand’s Anthem the societies are corrupt because there is no individuality and one cannot think for one’s self; which leads John and Equality 7-251 to create new societies. The society in both Brave New World and Anthem are corrupt because the people are unable to be individuals. In Anthem instead of being one individual, everyone makes up the whole society, “We are…

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    R V Morgentaler Case Study

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    which is a medical procedure purposed towards helping girls and women. In Canada, we as Canadians take great pride in our culture, kindness, and hospitality. Although ironically taking a look back in history when Canada was in the developing stages, it was made illegal for a woman to get an abortion outside of a hospital under S. 251 of the criminal code. A court case began when a doctor named Henry Morgentaler…

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    His morality is shown by his frequent hand washing because he attempts to wash away the immoral acts of his successful career. It is when Pip dines at Jaggers’ house he observes the great importance of washing his hands. “My guardian was in his room, washing his hands with scented soap”(251). Pip further observes the closet in his room for the sole purpose of hand washing, which “smelt of scented soap like a perfumer’s shop”(251). There was a large towel where he would dry his hands “whenever he…

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    power in the Ancient World (P - 249). They saw one man in the Athenian community as a threat to that. Socrates is a philosopher who lived from 469-399 B.C., in Athens, during the Classic Period of Ancient Greece (P - 250). Many credit Socrates as one of the founders of Western Philosophy (P - 250). Socrates lived in conversation and contemplation. He focused on ethics, morality, and the best ways for humans to think and live (P – 250-251). He believed the best way to develop…

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    Some laws that helped the workers is “mutual-aid societies, self-help groups to aid sick or injured workers”(251). Thanks to this people got the help they needed. “Men and women joined socialist parties or organized unions”(251) The people were making a group and try to protest to get the rights they deserved. Another law that helped was the no child labor law. “Over time, laws were passed outlawing child labor and banning the employment of women mines”(252). This law is very important because…

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    In the graphic novel Maus, the author Art Spiegelman chose the title “And Here My Troubles Began” to reflect the horrible events that happened to Vladek under the control of the Nazis. The prisoners caught lice as they were all sitting of the straw bundles in the barracks. The Germans checked everyone’s shirt for lice and “if it was any lice, you got no soup”(251). Vladek claimed that “this was impossible” as everywhere there were lice (251). This is an excellent example of how Vladek was…

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    to be learned from an alien through examining its life cycle (Glassy 251). Glassy considers the life cycle of aliens in the Aliens franchise as “…one of the most powerful in all of SF cinema.” (253). His leap in logic here is based on the alien’s ability to adapt to any environment and be able to survive it. The life cycle of the alien begins in the sac of egg laid by the queen. Then what is known as a “face hugger” exits the egg and attaches itself to the face of any host available, and…

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    to China with her father to meet her twin sisters for the first time. The journey that Jing Mei intel’s, will have her coming into reality of her true self. Growing up in the United States, Jing Mei does not claim herself as being Chinese. In her eyes, she was just as Caucasian as her friends. Her mother does not believe she has any Chinese below her skin. Her mother states, “Someday you will see,” “It’s in your blood, waiting to be let go” (Tan 251). With her mother being dead, Jing Mei…

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    Mock Therapy Paper

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    As he’s vividly imagining the unpleasant experience (A) Activating the Event, something happens in the environment around this person. As the individual vividly imagines the experience, he is feeling all the allowing all strong emotion to surface. (B) Beliefs, holding a belief about the event or situation. This individual feels that he MUST have the relationship work out, the idea if it doesn’t workout he can’t go on. (C) Consequence: This person is having an emotional response to his belief…

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