Brian Regan

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  • Tom Regan Animal Rights

    Tom Regan “The Case for Animal Rights” The term inherent value is a state in which a being is more than just an object; it professes that any being has inherent value equally. Tom Regan uses the inherent value term to defend his case for animal rights by stating that animals possess these inherent rights and that it is justifiable to abolish the use of animals in science, hunting, and agriculture, etc. There are three main views to argue Regan’s inherent values term. One can argue against him…

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  • Peter Singer The Land Analysis

    In this essay, I will argue that it is morally wrong to produce animals for food. I will do this by appealing to Leopold’s views on “the land”. First I will explain three views on animal rights by philosophers Tom Regan, Peter singer and Aldo Leopold. Tom Regan believes that each subject of life is an individual that cares about his or her life, therefore that life has inherent value. This inherent value is equal among all who have it, and one cannot have more inherent value than another. We…

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  • Female Objectification In Stephen King's Carrie

    transformations, the female monster is horrifying in relation to her sexuality. The horror genre has frequently perpetuated patriarchal ideologies with scenes objectifying women using the ‘male gaze’ and punishing women for any kind of sexuality. Brian de Palma’s 1976 film adaption of Stephen King’s novel Carrie is no different. Although marketed to young women, Carrie is fraught with female objectification and fetishization with an overall lack of progressive female characters. It would seem…

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  • Brian Regan's Comedy Style

    Laughter is the best medicine. Making someone laugh is one of the greatest feelings in the world, whenever I make someone laugh it brightens up my day. Brian Regan understands this. Brian Regan is one of the most creative, and confident people I know, and is a huge influence on who I am as a person. Brian Regan has a very unique act. He makes jokes about normally mundane things and makes them seem surreal. You would think that to make a joke about eating Fig Newtons funny, you would have to be…

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  • Importance Of Satire In Shakespeare's King Lear

    key works: The True Chronicle History of the life and death of King Leir and his three Daughters, Gonorill, Ragan, and Cordella, whose author remains anonymous; Arcadia by Sir Philip Sidney; and the true story of Sir Brian Annesley. Many people believe that the stories of Goneril, Regan, Cordelia, Kent, and Lear came from “The True Chronicle History of the life and death of King Leir and his three Daughters, Gonorill, Ragan, and Cordella”, which was printed in 1605. In Act 1, Scene 1 of “The…

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  • Literary Analysis And Literary Betrayal In Shakespeare's King Lear

    James Cook said, “Betrayal is prevalent in King Lear, leading to much of the madness and villainy later in the play” (Cook). The first act of betrayal in the play is Regan and Goneril tricking Lear into giving more land and power to the sisters. This betrayal leads to political controversy and later lays the foundation for most of the conflicts later in the play. Another act of betrayal is between brothers, Edmund and…

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  • Ethel And Julius Rosenberg's Trial Analysis

    and Julius Rosenberg’s Trial begins with a synopsis of the trial against accused spy Brian Patrick Regan in January 2003. Regan was accused of espionage and providing classified information to Iraq, Libya and China and became the first espionage defendant to face execution since Julius and Ethel Rosenberg in 1953. The author, Atossa Alavi, describes the correlation between the new war on terrorism in the Regan case and the era of the Cold War in the Rosenberg case. Both cases focused on…

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  • Thomas Hobbes Why People Follow The Law

    natural, divine and human law. All of the laws are guiding human to virtue. References 1. Aquinas, T. Summa Theologica. Thomas Aquinas – Treatise on Law, translated by Richard J. Regan, (Indianapolis: Hackett Publishing Company, 2000). 2. Hobbes, T. (1651). Leviathan. Revised Edition, eds. A.P. Martinich and Brian Battiste. Peterborough, ON: Broadview Press,…

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  • Case Study Swedish American Medical Center Belvidere

    Problem: Swedish American Medical Center/Belvidere (SAMCB) is a smaller hospital in a neighboring town that Swedish American Health System in Rockford Illinois owns. At SwedishAmerican Medical Center/Belvidere, we currently have one Philips x-ray room and one AMX portable x-ray machine. The medical center only has one computed radiology (CR) laser reader. The x-ray room and portable x-ray both utilize this (CR) laser reader. If the laser reader happens to break down, we have no way of…

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  • Black Panthers Speech

    According to, “The Panthers practiced militant self-defense of minority communities against the U.S. government, and fought to establish revolutionary socialism through mass organizing and community based programs” (Baggins, Brian). Ronald Regan, California’s then Governor, was one of the group’s biggest targets. They accused of him of writing and approving of racist legislation, despite the Emancipation Proclamation being over a century old (The Black Panthers). However, racism…

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