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    “John Stuart Mill and Liberty” John Stuart Mill was one of the leading philosophers in the Victorian Age of England. Mill believed in Liberalism where society was best served by the maximum number of people being free with minimal government. He was born into a comfortable home in London in 1806 in a time when the Industrial Revolution was transforming England. Mill had no formal education and practiced no religion but was was schooled at home in order to become a perfect utilitarian. This led Mill to become very independent and get his first job as a clerk by the age of 17. He was known as a radical reformer, and suffered through a depression at the age of 20 which he bounced back by reading poetry. His ideas were influenced by his desire to combine the virtues of rationalism and romanticism. Mill met his “soul mate” Harriet Taylor at the age of 23, and although she was already married with kids, they continued their relationship until Taylor’s husband died and they went on to get married. Mill credits Taylor with influencing his writings as seen in Principles of Political Economy where he not only dedicates the book to her, but also titles it as a “joint production”. In the first couple editions of the book, Mill criticize Socialism and communism, but after Harriet was won over by anti monarchial revolts, Mill deleted those criticism. Mill and “Harriet’s” most significant work lies in 1859’s On Liberty. Here, Mill differs his ideas from the liberal traditions of John…

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    What Is Viking Barbarity?

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    . Instead, demonstrating how “they were no more violent than anybody else, they were no less civilised than anybody else” (Winroth, 2013) of their time. Professor of archaeology at Stockholm university, Ingmar Jansson, states that “The Norsemen were not just warriors, they were farmers, artists, shipbuilders and innovators”, as well as a host of other vocations. Despite a quarter of the modern Orkney genome appearing to come from Norwegian Vikings, the lack of Danish DNA in modern descendants…

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    Francia Raisa Play Quotes

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    The third card I created was Sofia’s card. Sofia is Danny’s cousin and Uno’s girlfriend. I made her play first base because the person who plays on first base has to a quick and trustworthy person. They are often involved in a lot of the action of the game. Throughout the book, Sofia is quick to stand up for what she believes in, and everyone trusts her. Also, she knows everyone and she is always involved with everything. Therefore, she would be a great person to play on first base. I chose the…

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    Ethical Reform Case Study

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    interests by needing more disclosure and less freebies (Loomis, B. A., Francia 2012). The idea of successful ethics reform is not laws and limitations, but full disclosure. The legislation comprises minimal improvements in the area of disclosure, both for lobbying and earmarks. But there is still more to be done and I will work with the Congress to get better upon this legislation,” Bush wrote in his signing statement. Although he tried to downplay the bill’s scope, Bush’s signature provides…

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    Valois, rulers of the Kingdom of France, for control of the latter kingdom. Each side drew many allies into the war. It was one of the most notable conflicts of the Middle Ages, in which five generations of kings from two rival dynasties fought for the throne of the largest kingdom in Western Europe. The war marked both the height of chivalry and its subsequent decline, and the development of strong national identities in both countries. Charles Martel was a Frankish statesman and military…

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    What is the first thing that comes to mind when you think of modern Europe? Whatever it is, it probably does not have anything to do with the middle ages, but this is the time when the foundations of the modern day was set. More specifically, Charlemagne’s Francian Empire set the stage for modern Europe. From the beginning of his reign to the end of his grandson’s, the actions of the Carolingians influence the world to this day. His political policies set the grounds for renaissance and, in…

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    Franko-Gregorian Liturgy

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    These Cluniac monasteries cultivated the liturgy as it was celebrated in Francia, and it was there that the Mixed Franco-German Gregorian liturgy found a beautiful expression. The Franko-German sacramentaries made their way into Italy as enthusiasm heightened for the liturgy as it was celebrated north of the alps. The Cluniac Monks would give liturgical books to clergy who wanted them, and the Saxon rulers Otto I and Otto II also gave the Frankish sacramentaries in Italy in an attempt to revive…

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    Murder She Baked

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    inspiring. She is such an amazing and strong woman. She is one of the executive producers of the show, involved in everything, plus she is the star - working every single day, as well as an author and does a million other amazing things. And while we were shooting, she was on crutches the whole time because she had torn her ACL. She is really incredible. Cameron {Mathison} has to be one of the nicest and most hilarious people I have ever met. He can go from joking around (behind the scenes)…

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    According to Berry, the addition of a therapy dog in a session with a client with autism drastically increases non-verbal, and verbal social behavior (Berry, Borgi, Francia, Alleva, & Cirulli, 2013). He notes that the increase stays noticeable for up to one month after therapy. However, other studies show that it takes fourteen sessions with the child to show lasting affects of the pet assisted therapy (Fung and & Seung-ming Leung, 2014). The affects of the fourteen sessions of therapy with…

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    difficult to have a legitimate rule without the title. Without the title, a rule would be seen as illegitimate because instead of God validating the authority of a ruler, a ruler had to ask a papal figure for God’s validation, it was not simply granted. After Louis asked to be re-anointed, he made his rule seem weak and decentralized his authority. In making his rule seem weak, Louis left himself exposed. Louis had previously divided up the Frankish territory between his three sons, causing…

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