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    Adam put his first question that where are we Eve? Because they do not recognize this place properly and consequent upon, Eve replies that she also does not recognize this very place. That is the symmetry both of their understanding as they both have same feelings and understanding. (Nathanial Hawthorne, Tales and Analysis, 747). Lawrence’s Eve and Adam feel lonely and frustrated due to their own personal reason, inter-subjectivity or intimacy while Hawthorne’s Eve and Adam are also having same…

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    In very remote times, when man was hunter and gatherer, the environment was clean and nature had no harm. But with the passage of time as the needs of man increase, nature suffers more damage because of the power that he is exerting on it. Humans beings able to modify and transform the environment according to our needs, and even to create artificial means. It was with the Industrial Revolution that humans began certainly change the planet, the nature of its atmosphere and the quality of its…

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    The natural world is a theme immediately addressed at the opening of Genesis. The principle of divine creation has been debated for centuries and modern advances in science spurred many theories attempting to prove a different age and creation of the earth. Yet Genesis 1:1 makes it unmistakably clear that God alone created the heavens and the earth. God made earth from nothing and therefore it has a definite beginning. As Genesis 1-2 continue, God’s involvement with creation is apparent as…

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    Culture is known as a diverse way of living in a society, with special practices of values, believes and practices. Culture does not only apply to the emotional side of people but also to the physical aspect of living life. It is a way of identifying and understanding the ways of people in their natural state. Culture is expressed by every individual all over the world, range from kid’s teens, adults, senior citizens, both on the male and female side. Culture is not something that is not learned…

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    Victor’s creature is not a monster. He is a being that has been misguided and rejected by society. The creature is not a real monster; it is a victim. The creature did not begin its life as a monster but became one after Victor Frankenstein rejected it and refused to realize that he must take care of this creature from now and forever and be responsible. The creature was born defenseless in this world. Victor ran away because his creature was horrifying, but the Creature did not have any cruel…

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    Humanity as a species is preoccupied with the concept of truth. Study and research in most fields is ultimately about what we can say is true about that discipline. In politics and current events, we want to know if key political figures or information sources are “telling us the truth”. In philosophy, fields like ontology are focused on determining the truth of existence, whereas epistemology studies how we know things and whether our method for acquiring knowledge leads us to the truth. In…

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    The definition of ideal refers to the act of being perfect. While an ideal society may not be a perfect one, it should be one that is most beneficial to its communities and citizens. It should also be one with good social and political order. Currently in the world, there is corruption that comes with power, poverty and homelessness, and detrimental foreign relations. If there was an ideal society it would be one with non-materialistic values, a respect for others, good opportunities, and a…

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    Mercy Vs Justice

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    It is widely known that mercy and justice are polar opposites, however this can be put into question. Throughout human history many scholars have been giving insight on this ongoing debate, Thomas Aquinas once said that “Mercy without justice is the mother of dissolution; justice without mercy is cruelty”. This quote can easily be applied to modern day, as court systems can easily be one-sided and biased. Through the analysis of multiple court cases such as Gideon Vs. Wainwright, Ricky Jackson…

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    Negative Self-Talk: Top 10 Things NOT to Say to Yourself Personality: it’s all psychological What one feeds their mind with will later govern their actions, and this is true with negative self-talk, the primary destroyer of self-confidence and the finisher of one’s faith. It not only robs a person of their dignity but it also prevents them from unleashing their full potential, from making the best use of their gifts, and from becoming the person they envision to be. Why is negative self-talk…

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    Pojman, who is a severe critic of Rand, in his reconstruction of the latter's arguments, puts forward a theory that the argument provided by Rand is a very destructive one for the society as it encourages an individual to put their own happiness and their own selfish motives ahead of other's good. According to Pojman, Rand believes that selfishness is a virtue and altruism is a vice. Pojman further criticizes the theory where Rand clearly mentions that altruism requires self-sacrifice. As the…

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