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  • Dale M. Kushner

    Dale M. Kushner’s Understand Your Dreams by Using Jung’s “Active Imagination” takes on C.G. Jung’s ideas about the latent content of dreams to develop the thesis that states, what is hidden from our minds in the day-world becomes manifest in living color in our dreams (Para. 1). Reading Kushner’s thesis confirmed my ideas about what the underlying meaning of our dreams really are. According to Jung, “Our darkest dreams might contain imagery that illustrate our internal conflicts and…

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  • Advantages And Disadvantages Of The Literal Rule

    The literal rule is one way in which statues are interpreted. The courts do not subvert the law but just apply the law that is created by parliament. This rule gives all words their ordinary meaning and must be followed even if the result is absurd. In the case R v city of London Court Judge Lord Esher stated if the word of an act is clear then you must follow them even if it manifestly leads to an absurd result . Highlighting the absurdity of the literal rule Berriman a railway worker died hit…

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  • Sigmund Freud: Manifest Content, And Latent Content Of The Dreams

    Sigmund Freud proposed that the dreams we have show what we want to feel but are too afraid to admit. He used the terms ‘manifest content’ and ‘latent content’. Manifest content can be defined as the remembered story line of the dream. For example, if you had a dream about going to a casino and gambling. The manifest content is remembering that you lost at the table or the machines. Latent content is applying that dream into your unconscious mind to interpret what it means. The gambling may…

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  • Revelation Book Interpretation

    the New Testament. Moreover, Revelation crosses three literary genres including epistolary, apocalyptic, and prophetic. Due in part to the variety of Revelation, it should come as no surprise that there are a multitude of different views on the interpretation of Revelation. This paper will focus primarily on four of the main viewpoints, Preterist, Historicist, Futurist, and Idealist/Spiritualist. It is using hermeneutics, that each individual view tries to interpret Revelation. While the…

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  • Strict Interpretation Of The Constitution

    Strict Interpretation of the Constitution Strict interpretation means that the Constitution must explicitly grant a power or privilege in order for that action to be legal. A loose interpretation doesn’t give any safeguards against government intrusion on the people’s liberty. Strict interpretation is better because it is an approach more likely to get to what the original intent of the Founders of America was. Whereas loose interpretationists can make new laws and invalidate old ones based on…

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  • Tituba's Interpretation Of The Crucible

    Arthur Miller wrote an imaginatively creative interpretation of the famous Salem Witch Trials in his 1953 fictional play The Crucible. Though the actual details of these true events are unknown, Miller brings to life some of the characters found in historic documents from the 1692 hearings. He cleverly unfolds an intriguing tale about the Salem witch hunt which occurred during an era when America was partially unsettled and primitive. This harsh setting produced a fear that overshadowed many…

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  • Dream Interpretation Theory

    theories are psychoanalytic, activation-synthesis, and information processing (White, 2017). Each theory is unique and offers different ways of looking at the way the brain works. Sigmund Freud wrote the book The Interpretation of Dreams in 1900 and created the psychoanalytic dream interpretation theory (Myers & DeWall, 2014). Freud believed that the dream manifest content, or plot, is disguising the latent content—the unconscious desires of people (White, 2017). Freud also believed that dreams…

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  • Interpretation Of The Story Of An Hour

    My personal interpretation is that Mrs. Mallard has heart problems and the shock from hearing about the death of her husband was too much for her. The author mentions that she felt free after she heard the news about Mr. Mallard. I believe that Mrs. Mallard was not fully…

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  • Summary: Interpretation Of Symbols

    Interpretation of Symbols In this reflection, I will address the question of whether kneeling during the American national anthem/US flag a priori to National Football League games should be exercised by professional athletes in regards to spreading awareness of inequality in America. The act of kneeling as a protest falls perfect in expressing disagreement on a certain issue in a democratic state. The controversy of kneeling during the national anthem/US flag all began when NFL quarterback…

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  • Examples Of Interpretation In The Crucible

    Jethro Presto Period 3 - English III P Mrs. Weidmann 10-19-14 The Crucible Essay: Interpretation (#1) The Crucible, by Arthur Miller, is set in Salem, Massachusetts, during the period of the Salem Witch Trials. Before the play begins, there is a little backstory. Abigail Williams, an 18 year old girl whose uncle(Reverend Parris) is the town’s reverend, has an affair with John Proctor, a 30 year old farmer who is married, when she worked at the Proctor household. The two keep it going until…

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