Erich Segal

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  • Creator Mindset Essay

    How To Be The Best You Can Be In College There are two different types of mindsets in this world. You can have a creator or a victim mindset. A creator mindset is where you find solutions to your problems, they have what you call personal responsibility. Victim mindset people are the ones who make excuses for themselves to make it feel like they are not at fault for their actions. These two kinds of people are usually in a different time period in their life, either they are not mature enough to take responsibility or they have not been taught differently. Victim and creators are two totally different mindsets and can determine how well you do in life. While entering college you may think that it is going to be like high school but with huge parties, well you are mistaken. You have to come into college prepared to work hard for your dreams and goals. You need to have a creator mindset while in college. In high school teachers give you class work to do and take two weeks on one lesson. With college they do not do that at all, you have to be on top of things on your own. Your professor will not remind you about your homework that is due and that big huge research paper that was assigned four weeks ago. You need to take it upon yourself to apply yourself with whatever task you are faced with. It may be challenging but with the right mindset you can accomplish anything. Being a victim in college will create many of problems for you. A victim that I know personally was myself…

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  • Notre Dame Mission Statement

    Final Arch is a class designed for all incoming freshman to take. The class teaches you all about Notre Dame, Catholicism, how to make it through four years alive and we had a little fun along the way. I will admit that I really did not want to take this class; I thought that it would be a waste of time and money. Contrary to what I thought I really enjoyed and was glad that I took this class. We talked about many different concepts over the semester. Three stood out to me the work of the…

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  • Personal Narrative: My Last Year In Middle School

    This was the moment of my life in which it was full of excitement and anxiousness. It was my last year in middle school and soon I was going to face high school. It was already May and before school ended I had a field trip of my art class to attend. It was one of those field trips that only a few kids were selected to go. From the whole class my teacher only chose 6 students to go. The group of students he selected included me and my best friend Serena. Serena was a very shy and quiet person…

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  • Disobedience Erich Fromm Summary

    Fancy Title In his 1963 essay, “Disobedience as a Psychological and Moral Problem,” philosopher Erich Fromm argues that disobedience to authority started human history and blind obedience may cause its destruction. Fromm’s view on obedience to authority is that when we obey authority, even when it goes against our own reasoning and morals, then that obedience is cowardly and destructive while any act affirming individual will and autonomy is an act of freedom. Humanity could easily destroy…

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  • Analysis Of Erich Fromm's To Have Or To Be

    A prominent humanistic psychologist called Erich Fromm wrote a book called To Have or to Be, in which he describes two opposing orientations to living life. These orientations are the having orientation, and the being orientation respectively. In short, he describes the being orientation to life as living life in such a way that values objects above all else. Be it living life for money, or living for the next edition of the iPad, the concept of the having orientation encapsulates the rampant…

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  • Die Dolchstoab In The Back Analysis

    Allegedly, the Imperial Army and the nation as a whole were stabbed in the back by Jews, Marxists, and Republicans who would later seize power of the country, overthrow and revolt against the monarchy, and the install the Weimar Republic- making what was thought to be an almost positive victory into a defeat instead. Die Dolchstoßlegende was put forth by General Erich Ludendorff and quickly embraced by the General Staff who wanted to rid themselves of blame for losing the First World War.…

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  • Vergissmeinnicht And All Quiet On The Western Front, By Keith Douglas And Eric Remarque

    War; a state of armed conflict between different nations or states. World War I, commonly known as “The Great War”, took the meaning of the word ‘war’ to a whole new level. The War destroyed a generation of men, physically and mentally, through it’s barbarity and failure to acknowledge the similarities between “enemies”. New technologies, nationalism, and militarism introduced an uprising of not only violence but a response in literature. Authors such as Keith Douglas and Erich Maria Remarque…

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  • Summary Of Imagery In All Quiet On The Western Front

    Published in 1928, All Quiet on the Western Front by Erich Maria Remarque is a noteworthy novel that illustrates the ordeals of Paul Baumer, a young German soldier who is deployed at the Western Front. Paul, who acts as the primary narrator for the novel, precisely elucidates several tragedies that he and his comrades witness as a result of violence inflicted by war. His comrades, which include Kat, Muller, Albert, and Kemmerich, help Paul overcome multiple obstacles such as the horrors of the…

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  • All Quiet On The Western Front Summary

    Paul Baumer, a man who enlists with the German army with his fellow classmates in the time of World War I, and is the narrator of this story. The name of this story is called All Quiet On The Western Front and the authors name is Erich Maria Remarque. The German recruits all think that they could acquire metals and honor quickly; on the other hand though they figure out that it is not the case at all. The team has a terrible experience all together being a part of the war. The first enduring…

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  • What Are The Effects Of All Quiet On The Western Front

    Effects of the war, specifically the front lines, are shown significantly through the historical novel, All Quiet on the Western Front, written by Erich Maria Remarque. The author displays the development of Paul, the narrator through World War I, through the story as he encounters the front, and how it can change someone’s life forever. Soldiers endure countless hours of pure war. The effects of the front can bring abandonment in their life and them wanting no one. It is very dehumanizing and…

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