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    Sarah Ruhl's Eurydice deals with themes of the human condition. Ruhl crosses a wide spectrum of all things that make us human, including mortality, suffering, fear, ignorance, nativity, creativity, and familial and romantic love. My goal in the staging of this scene is to wake up these aspects of the human condition for each audience member individual. These experiences are universal, although there are a million different ways to experience each one. My staging will take the audience through each aspect, even if they themselves cannot pinpoint exactly the sensation they are experiencing in a given moment. The world needs to be so immersive and alive that spectators can go through the emotional and physical processes of experiences. There is no looking straight ahead and having text recited to you. In my scoring and staging of the Second Movement, Scene 4 of Ruhl's Eurydice one of the most important thing I wanted to convey was the structure and mood of the underworld. I wanted it to have aspects of fantasy and danger, while remaining something mundane…

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    Human Condition Portrayed in Art Through the journey that life can take, emotional experiences influence one’s perspective, inspiring one to give birth to profound works of art. Such works of art that can speak volumes and even move their audience to tears. Every human being expresses their grief and sorrow differently. Pablo Picasso expressed his guilt, sorrow and pain after losing his friend to suicide through his painting, “The Old Guitarist” in 1903. Horatio G. Spafford expressed his…

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    In Shakespeare’s 15th sonnet, he gives his own account of the human condition for a dear friend. Shakespeare’s perception of the human condition rests upon the fact that people grow, reach a certain climax, and then they slowly drift their way out of history. Shakespeare uses a plant metaphor to illustrate human growth and decay, and then he gives his take on how to overcome time and live on forever immortalized in our own actions. Shakespeare begins the sonnet with a simple phrase when he…

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    bodies. The irony appears when pure children happily sing and dance to the deathly tale. This obliviousness relates to Joseph Conrad’s view of the human condition and how people approach the topic. Conrad argues that humans choose one of three intrinsic lifestyles relating to human…

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    Human intelligence has posed a problem that might prove be the tragic flaw in our very existence. With our intelligent brains and technological advances, we are able to do more than simply survive and carry on the human race. We are able to ponder and wonder and think. This leads to self reflection, deeper interaction with others, and levels of confusion and frustration. The human condition, as defined by Moss and Korman in Biology and the Human Condition, is most simply put as the underlying…

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    What is the Human Condition? The Human Condition are characteristics in life in which one will experience at one moment or more in their life. The real question is, however, do you experience the Human Condition even if you’re not conscious of it? In order to be “human”, one must experience one of the characteristics of life. Conversely, there is Nihilism. Nihilism is the rejection of all religious and moral principles, believing that life is meaningless. The idea of Nihilism goes against what…

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    The philosophers of old explored the meaning of human existence, and modern philosophers are no closer to finding the answer. Most people consider the presence of the human condition to be a sort of existential trap, in which humanity is doomed to live out an eternal cycle of suffering. However, in reality, it is more like a path all people must walk in order to achieve their potential. In order to grow, a person must experience each individual section of the human condition, whether it be…

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    The key events, characteristics situations that are very important to the existence of humans are what are termed as the human condition. The key events and aspects of human life include; education, birth, growth, emotionality, conflict, mortality and even aspiration. The human condition is used when giving life meaning or when addressing moral concerns. The human condition has been analyzed from numerous perspectives such as the religious perspective where Buddhism teaches that life is an…

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    King Lear presents the complexities of the human condition through a context far removed from our contemporary society: the Elizabethan age. History has taught us that this was an era steeped in superstition; a society driven by a strict hierarchy of class, race and gender. However, despite our modern tendency to be gripped by cynicism and pessimism, our society today is markedly different - and better - than the Elizabethan age in which King Lear is set. Yet the themes of King Lear, in…

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    Human kind was created with the unique gift of emotion. Unlike any other animal on Earth, humans were given the capability to feel emotions ranging from excruciating pain to heart bursting joy. This capability gives humans a meaning, it sets human kind apart from all other creatures on the planet. However, with this puzzling capability came a discussion that has been evaluated through the ages. What is it to be human? Being human involves the pain and the love of life but that is not all that…

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