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    Frederick Douglass and John Henry Newman The lives of Frederick Douglass and John Henry Newman are extremely different; the directions of their lives were opposite. However, because of education, one could say that their minds were revitalized into having almost similar views. Frederick Douglass was a slave while John Henry Newman was a scholar at Oxford. Through the experience of education, Douglass wrote the book named Narrative of the Life (1873). In his book, Newman views liberal education as an act of freeing of the mind. He said that liberal education frees the mind and broadens one's intellect of the different branches ok knowledge and how they interrelate, thus forming a complete whole. He quotes that a human being's imperfect intellect hinders him from envisioning how the different branches of knowledge make a whole. After learning how to read and write, Douglas quoted that his mind was opened to the terrible life of slavery. He even quoted that education opened his eyes…

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    Kate Martin English 111_00 10/27/14 WP1: Summary and Response The core reading I chose to summarize and respond to is “The Pursuit of Knowledge: The Idea of a University” by Roger Scruton. This article discusses John Henry Newman’s original idea of a university, how it has changed, and the author’s future expectations of scholarly life. Scruton opens the article with a brief background of John Henry Newman, including his conversion into Catholicism in 1845 and his status as rector of the…

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    John Henry Cardinal Newman offers a powerful proof for God’s existence. He recognizes the difference between notional assent and real assent, which are the two major ways for the development of his argument from conscience. The notional assent for the study of religion and the real assent for the belief in religion. Hence, Newman’s argument from conscience is the most compelling proof for God’s existence. The reason is because his argument has there main developments which are orderly, logical,…

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    Douglass and Newman Ancient Judea was the time period when the compulsory education was created. Compulsory education ideology is that every child from a region should be provided with public education. In 1857, a compulsory education law was passed in the state of Massachusetts that created a precedent to actually change the education system in the United States. Education has been viewed through different lenses, such as Frederick Douglass and John Henry Newman who approach education as a need…

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    Sir Quentin Fleur Analysis

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    appear to be true. Essentially, Sir Quentin prefers rarity and appearance other than substance, while Fleur cares more for substance rather than outward appearance. Fleur is attracted to realness, whether it is an inanimate substance, such as books, or people. Regardless of what it may look like on the outside, Fleur will examine the inside before she makes judgment. For example, Fleur grows extremely angry when Maisie Young, a member of AA, tells Fleur about her thoughts pertaining to Newman’s…

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    John Henry Newman was one of the most important Roman Catholic theologians in the 19th century, otherwise known as the Victorian Era (Shiefen). He is known greatly for his involvement in the Oxford movement, a movement in which many men argued for the want of older Christian traditions to return so that the Church of England could be brought back to its Catholic roots. Before Newman was a part of the Oxford movement, he was a very popular priest at Oxford, and he later became a cardinal.…

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    Hamlet is one of Shakespeare’s most honoured and well known pieces of literature that has been studied by many. There is a depth to Hamlet which has caused so many different ways to view and argue the characters and the overthinking in which the book revolves around. The storyline of Hamlet follows a vein of over thinking that begins with the betrayal of his Uncle Claudius when he secretly murders Hamlet’s father – the King of Denmark- then marries Hamlet’s mother and becomes king himself. As…

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    Change commonly associates with every aspect of life. Often noticed in our surroundings and in the people and creatures we encounter, but may not be as significant for every scenario, whether the change involves someone’s personality, health, or the environment. Five years ago, a countless number of people were not the person they are today due to the different experiences they encountered, which assisted them in shedding their aged skin, revealing the new persona they have acquired. Some events…

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    The film I chose to evaluate is “The Green Mile”. In the film a man is wrongly accused for the murders of two young girls. He is then thrown in jail and sentenced to death row. The three areas of criteria that I find are the backbone of this film are the story, the actors, and lastly the setting of the film. The most important aspect of this film for examination is the story of “The Green Mile”. Stephen King (author) and Frank Darabont (director) did an exceptional job when it comes to the story…

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    Rita Hayworth and Shawshank Redemption is a1982 novella written by Stephen King. In the story, Andy Dufresne is the protagonist -the formerly talented banker with a good of justice, but he is convinced of murdering his wife. So, he is imprisoned in Shawshank prison in Maine. This novella becomes one of the most popular fictions because of themes whether it be theme of hope, theme of correction system, and etc. Nevertheless, to my mind, theme of intelligence is the major theme that Stephen King…

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