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  • Analysis Of Plato's Ideal City

    of protection. These Guardians are molded as children where their music, food, and the world around them is monitored and constructed to ensure The Guardians love their city more than themselves. Plato continues on by describing a myth that is the Nobel lie describing the origin of the city to ensure people will fully be convinced of the natural hierarchy in place and therefore will…

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  • Atheism: An Argument Against Jehovah

    your loved one that has passed away in death due to whatever it may be, in life again; imagine how amazing it will feel, you will cry tears of joy and not of sadness or misery. Your goal should definitely be to do Jehovah’s will, that way you will be present and anxiously waiting for your loved one to come back to life. “In 2010, the number of atheists had fallen to 136,582,200 or 2.0% of the population. The term "atheism" originated from the Greek (atheos), meaning "without god(s)", used as a…

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  • Elie Wiesel Biography

    death, he was set free. After the liberation of the camps in April 1945, Wiesel spent a few years in a French orphanage where he was reunited with his older sisters, Hilda and Bea. It was on the urging of Catholic writer Francois Mauriac, the 1952 Nobel Laureate in Literature, that Elie wrote about his experiences in the death camps. The result was his internationally acclaimed memoir…

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  • President De Klerk

    application to the Cape town High court for an order to intercede the commission from publishing any of its findings against him and he had failed to make a full disclosure about his involvement in the ‘Third Forces’. It is without a doubt inevitable that Nobel peace prize winner Fredrick Willem de klerk was involved in authorizing gross violence in South Africa and that the Cabinet committee and security forces were involved in provoking violence inside South Africa between the two political…

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  • Social Factors Of Diabetes

    Introduction Diabetes mellitus describes a group of metabolic diseases characterized by elevated blood glucose or hyperglycemia. High levels in glucose levels can lead to significant morbidity and premature mortality. Diabetes is considered as seventh leading cause of death in the United States. At present, about 171 million people in the world have been diagnosed with Diabetes, and it is estimated that the number is going to be double by the year 2030. In the U.S. alone, the number of people…

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  • Propaganda In The Film 'Selma'

    Introduction “Selma,” I think while meaning well, is another piece of counter revolutionary, ruling class propaganda. It is like a “how not to manual” in how not to make revolution, then and now. I was an activist in the days in question in this movie and all the thousands of revolutionary voices that were raised, back in the day, are more thoroughly crushed in this film than all the might of U.S. imperialist military, police, intelligence and public opinion creating machines…

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  • United Nations Research Paper

    be in charge of world peace and security. There are 15 members, five of whom are permanent with veto power. The permanent members are the victors of World War II (UK, US, China, France, and Russia). In 1950, the United Nations won the first of nine Nobel Peace Prizes. The UN has done a lot to improve our society, but there is still a lot to…

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  • Ole Miss History

    The University of Mississippi, known colloquially as Ole Miss, is the largest university in Mississippi and one of the largest in South. Ole Miss represents an opportunity for many poor Mississippi students. It has also been a university renowned for its famous authors. The author of the novel, Crooked Letter, Crooked Letter, Tom Franklin, teaches writing there and one of the two protagonists in the novel, Silas, received a baseball scholarship to study and he moved to Oxford. Ole Miss…

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  • From Carl Jung's Contribution To Psychology

    Carl Jung was born in July 26, 1875 in a town called Kesswill Switzerland. Carl lived a long full life and died at the age of 85 on June 6, 1961. He was often referred to by the name C.G Jung and was a psychotherapists and psychiatrist. Although Jung is world renowned for his work, many of his writing works were not published till after his death. His work has been influential not only in psychiatry, but also in philosophy, anthropology, archaeology, literature and religious studies [1]. Jung…

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  • Research Paper On Attachment Theory

    behavior. It is concerned with the adaptive, or survival, value of behavior and its evolutionary history. Its roots can be traced to the Darwin’s Theory of Evolution. Two European zoologists, Konrad Lorenz and Nikolaas Tinbergen, laid its modern foundations. Ethological research uses naturalistic observations…

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