Johann Bernoulli

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  • Therapeutic Therapy: A Case Study

    friendships with some of you that I am sure will last a lifetime. “If you treat an individual as he is, he will stay as he is, but if you treat him as if he were what he ought to be and could be, he will become what he ought to be and could be”. ~Johann Wolfgang Von…

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  • Technology Vs Ignorance

    “There is nothing more frightful than ignorance in action” (Johann Wolfgang von Goethe). Ignorance encompasses humans of today's society. Whether coming in the form of racism or simply not having a clue as to what events are taking place around the world, many seem to not care. Technology, although imperative in our society, generates a great deal of the ignorance in our society. Imagine if humans gained the ability to obtain this technology with just a chip in the brain. A portrait of this…

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  • Why Is Emily Dickinson A Romantic Poet

    Emily Dickinson The originative Emily Dickinson was a gifted poet as she composed passionate poems that baffled readers with her literary style. Using her naïve perception, Dickinson’s poetry was written on a daily basis. Through her use of quick-witted metaphors and improvised grammar, Emily Dickinson remains a classic poet whose poetry influenced American Literature today. Emily Dickinson was seen as psychologically unbalanced and reclusive in her life, as shown through her varying emotional…

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  • Naturalism And Realism In Henrik Ibsen's Theatre

    .1. Background: Realism in Drama was a general movement that began in the 19th _century, as a reaction against Romanticism, and continued through much of 20th _century. Romanticism was the early phase of Realism which originated around 1800. As the 19th _century progressed, the romantic emphasis on emotion over reason and the senses over intellect had given way to a much more objective and scientific way of examining the human condition(1). A number of social, political ideas, playwrights, and…

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  • Conquering The Ego In Hermann Hesse's Siddhartha

    Most humans are clueless about their true identity and what their goal in life is. We all go through many periods in our lives where we are interested in finding our true selves. However, knowing yourself can be a very difficult thing to accomplish because the ego can cloud our judgement of the self. When individuals conquer their own ego their true self is revealed. Only when this is done, can we reawaken ourselves and realize everything that was hindering us. Conquering the ego can sometimes…

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  • Example Of Romanticism In The 1800's

    In the 1800’s, the word “romance” was not used as it is today. The American Scholar A.O. Lovejoy once observed that the word 'romantic ' has come to mean so many things that, by itself, it means nothing at all. Contradictory to the previous statement, F.L. Lucas counted 11,396 definitions of the word, and synonymous usage for ‘romantic’ show that it is perhaps the most remarkable example of a term that can mean many things in accordance to personal and individual needs (Introduction to…

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  • Analysis Of Tennyson's Criticism In The Lotus Eaters

    Besides captivating readers through the retelling of past events, Tennyson used his poetry to consider social issues of the Victorian era. However, unlike his rival Elizabeth Barrett Browning, he never outright proclaimed his stance. Alternatively, Tennyson’s poems rely on an active participation from the reader to provide them with meaning. Instead of telling the reader what to believe, Tennyson’s mission was to encourage discussion about Victorian social issues. Similarly, in his poem, The…

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  • Analysis Of Romanticism In William Wordsworth

    William Wordsworth is an English poet who lived from 1770 to 1850, he was born on the 7th of April 1770 in Cockermouth, Cumberland, in the northwest of England, he is considered as one of the greatest poet in the romantic era, which is also called the Romanticism, He was an early leader of it, Romanticism was an artistic, literary, and intellectual movement that originated in Europe toward the end of the 18th century, it emphasis upon the power and terrors of the inner imaginative life. The…

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  • The Pros And Cons Of The Romantic Movement

    Romanticism is the individual expression and style in fine art and literature. The idea is based on doing things with passion rather reason and imagination rather than intuition and logic. Romanticism contrasts with another style called Classicism and developed as a revolt against it. Artists and writers throughout history have demonstrated Romanticism through their work, but at one point in history it was an actual movement that created the transition between old and new ways of thinking. The…

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  • Dead Poets Society Individualism Analysis

    Romanticism, originating in Europe around the 18th century, is a period of art and literature that was created in retaliation against intellectualism and the rigidity of social structure during the Enlightenment. Romanticism was characterised by specific features directly countering the ideals of The Enlightenment including, celebration of the individual, awe of nature, interest in the common man and strong senses of emotion, all these of which I believe analyzation is necessary. Although all…

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