Julius Nyerere

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  • Effects Of Poverty In Tanzania

    projects for poverty reduction, to emphasize on curbing multinational financial illicit and drug smugglers in Tanzania. Baker, et al. (2014) indicates Tanzania is one of the leading African countries in the illicit flows through trade misinvoicing. This again is a call for the meaningful action to address the problem as part of curbing poverty. Nyerere bitterly, warned and criticized the reliance on foreign aid the noting “…it is stupid for us to imagine [we can free ourselves from] poverty through foreign financial assistance resources.” His argument realistically, grounded on the fact that the independence denotes safe-reliance (Nyerere, 1967, p. 239). Perhaps, Nyerere knew the implication of aid early after liberation insisting free education as one of the drivers for social and economic development. With the same ideas, Liam Kane made an argument that “society is a fundamentally unjust and education should have an open, political commitment to work with the victims of social, political, and economic injustice in their struggle to bring about progressive social change” (Kane, 2006. p. 201). Basically, I am arguing that, Nyerere as a prominent philosopher, knew how social injustice eroded the marginalized, and that was one of the reasons behind in education for self-reliance (ESR) of 1967 in Arusha Declaration. The Arusha Declaration was dedicated to Ujamaa, education, and rural development self-reliance. A holistic approach to Ujamaa, the Arusha Declaration stood as…

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  • Stonewall Riots Research Paper

    Stonewall Riots The prominent philosopher Slavoj Zizek breaks down the standard definition of violence into a two-part cause and effect system. In his novel, Violence, he categorizes violence as either being “subjective”, i.e. the more physical and literal examples of violence, such as murder, riots, and similar acts, or “objective”, the systematic or metaphorical violence that has caused the subjective violence, such as systematic oppression by the government or similar controlling bodies. The…

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  • Essay On Brutus As A Tragic Hero In Julius Caesar

    Why Marcus Brutus was a tragic hero in “Julius Caesar” Everyone has a something wrong with them; some of these problems we can fix, like lying, a person can learn to stop lying.Others problems are more unsolvable, like world peace. In the play, “Julius Caesar” by William Shakespeare,(Durland, 1985) several characters have problems; for instance, Caesar was too arrogant and he does not listen to a warning by the Soothsayer. (Durland, 1985.) Another character in the story, was Marcus Brutus, a…

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  • Compare And Contrast Mark Antony And Brutus's Oration

    Imagine living in an empire where your leader was assassinated by his close friend. What would you do? In Rome’s case, the death of Julius Caesar brought fear and chaos. Many Romans anxiously demanded reasons for Caesars death from two people, Brutus, who planned and carried out the assassination of Caesar and a close friend of Caesar, and Mark Antony, who was a high ranking official and also a close friend of Caesar. Both Brutus and Mark Antony had different views on the death of Julius Caesar…

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  • Julius Caesar And Mean Boys Analysis

    The Tragedy of Julius Caesar and Regina George The society in Rome was a lot like the high school in Mean Girls. Julius Caesar was very similar to Mean Girls, and Julius Caesar is still relevant today because there are a lot of people in the world who are still violent and hurtful to each other like how Brutus was to Caesar. Julius Caesar was the soon to be leader of Rome. There were a lot of people who liked Caesar and there were a lot of people who did not like Caesar.The same thing happened…

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  • Julius Caesar Controversy

    My discussion of Julius Caesar is in fact addressing the larger matter of how he came to rise. When it comes to the topic of Julius Caesar there are a lot of sources where one may find a colossal amount of information regarding this topic. In recent discussions of Julius Caesar, a controversial issue has been whether the senators were right about their accusations they had made about Caesar. On the one hand, some argue that Caesar was such a great ruler hat we was named dictator for life. On the…

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  • Logical Fallacy In Julius Caesar

    Shakespeare’s political play Julius Caesar is one in which its namesake, Caesar, is murdered by a group of conspirators. Following this, Brutus attempts to persuade the audience that he acted for the best interest of Rome, claiming that Caesar would have become a dictator. However, the commoners of Rome were never satisfied with the reasoning for Caesar’s death. This was caused due to multiple reasons, mainly which they had already established their support for Caesar and Brutus’ inadequate…

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  • Power Hungry In Julius Caesar

    Power Hungry Throughout works of fiction, and real life evidence, humanity has been shown that power can have negative side effects. The psychological effects of elevated status can sometimes take time to establish themselves in the mind. However, some of these effects take very little time to take root. A prime example of this lies within both the factual and fictional interpretation of Julius Caesar in his rise and fall from power. The methods in which Caesar demonstrates the proverb:…

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  • Propaganda In The Aeneid

    he says; “...this is the man, this one, of whom so often you have heard the promise, Caesar Augustus, son of the defied, who shall bring once again an Age of Gold to Latium, the land where Saturn reigned in the early times”( 6. 790-795). Anchises paints Augustus as the single greatest man in the entire of Rome both past and present. Saying he will bring forth a Golden Age the likes of which the world has never known. This statement should come as no surprise as the man said to usher in a golden…

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  • Literary Devices In Julius Caesar

    In the play, Julius Caesar, Shakespeare demonstrates the behind the scenes of Julius Caesar’s assassination. Caesar’s assassination was planned by many people, as they all were fearful of Caesar’s great power. Brutus was one of the most important conspirators of the assassination as he was the one who stabbed Caesar last and took Caesar’s reign as the ruler of Rome. Shakespeare emphasizes Brutus’ skillful manipulation of the Roman plebeians to believe that he had good and noble reasons to…

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