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  • Bios Urn Case Study

    I. Item Description Many say that there cannot be life after death, but with the Bios Urn, ‘death’ is objectionable. The Bios Urn is a decomposable urn made from “coconut shell, compressed peat, and cellulose” which is used to encase the cremated remains of both humans and pets (Navarro). The dimensions of the Bios Urn measure at “16 x 16 x 33 cm”, have a capacity of five point eight pounds, and features a medium, which is utilized to grow trees and plants with the use of the cremated remains (Bios Urn). While there are limits to product variation which the Bios Urn offers, the possibilities are endless. The Bios Urn is offered with the following species of trees: maple, pine, ginkgo, beech, and ash (Bios Urn). The Bios Urn is offered with the growth medium without a seed that way the consumer is able to plant whatever they feel is suitable for the departed. II. Benefits to the Consumer How will this product benefit the consumer? The Bios Urn also provides the consumer an alternative cremation urn which encases the remains of their loved one, and provides a unique method of disposition which also is cost efficient. While maintaining the ability to encase cremated remains, the Bios Urn provides the consumer the freedom and convenience to plant their loved one’s urn in an area of their choosing, while also enduring eco-friendly benefits. A final benefit which the Bios Urn provides to the consumer is the ability to watch and witness their loved one grow into a new life form.…

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  • Sigmund Freud's Seduction Theory

    I really should've read this whole article before I started writing this essay, but nonetheless, he fled to England even though he didn't want to. He thought he was gonna be happy go lucky about it, but Hitler don't fuck around. Them antisematics basically rick rolled the fuck out of Frued. In the end, Frued's cancer got the best of him. It was inoperable at this point. Maybe them assholes should've told him he had cancer to begin with, ya know. That's mad fucked up, but anyways. He died…

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  • Livia Book Review

    and protection against verbal insult, an honor very similar to what is granted to tribunes, and the right to tend her own estate and affairs without the interference of a guardian. Most remarkably, Octavian also gave Livia an honorific statue. Status of this kind had never before been granted to a woman in the Roman Empire. Despite this bold distinction made in her honor, Livia’s statue depicts her with an unpretentious hairstyle, and modest jewelry as she wears the traditional stola. Her plain…

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