Paul Watkins

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  • The Destructiveness Of Othello And Jealousiness

    The Destructiveness of Jealousy and Greediness What made Othello, written by William Shakespeare in the 17th century, popular is that the play dealt with sensible topics as racism and race. The protagonist of the play is a dark skinned foreigner, surrounded by white characters. Othello’s race makes him sensible for criticism of the people around him, because he knows that he will always be the weaker ‘species’. But what is shown in this play is that it is not his race that will be his downfall. By displaying Othello as an alien, a weak man condemned by his appearance, sensible for influences of others, Shakespeare illustrates the destruction of envy and avarice. Iago uses envy to bring Othello down but he himself is also driven by jealousy. He wants to have everything; a loyal wife, a good career, wealth and respect from others but his greed leads to a tragic end in which he destroys all that he has accumulated on his path to have it all. The play starts with a conversation between Iago and Roderigo. Iago is angry because Othello, the leader of the Venetian army, chose Cassio to be his lieutenant instead of Iago. This is the first example of jealousy in the play. Iago is jealous because he says he has more experience in the battlefield than Cassio, because Cassio is an arithmetician and Iago states that Cassio has no knowledge about the field except for what he read in books. Iago states that he himself is more suitable for the job. In this scene, Iago already makes clear…

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  • Charles Manson Trial

    Charles Manson never killed anyone himself. Although, he was never found guilty for any of his murders, he is known for being the leader of the Manson Family. Charles manipulated his “family” into carrying out his horrific crimes for him. The Manson Family committed one of the most terrifying crimes in American History. According to Jeff Dunn, author of Manson: The Life and Times of Charles Manson, starting in the first-grade Charles would recruit gullible classmates to attack other students he…

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  • What Happened To Good People?

    It was a brisk summer morning in late August. The clouds were a dark shade of gray and were casting its shadow across the city of Cleveland, yet a ray of sunshine managed to squeeze its way past the darkness and onto Cleveland Hopkins International Airport. This day would change my life for years to come. “Paarth, wake up,” said my mom as she opened the blinds. The day had finally come. My eyes were filled with rheum from an eye infection I was dealing with, but that was not the problem that…

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  • Bob Galvin And Motorola Case Study Summary

    will conclude with recommendations and an implementation plan outlined by the new Chief Executive Officer (CEO). The History of Motorola “The company was founded by Paul V. Galvin in 1928 as the Galvin Manufacturing Corporation, in Chicago, Illinois. Its first product was a "battery eliminator," allowing consumers to operate radios directly from household current instead of the batteries supplied with early models” (Motorola, 2016). Bob Gavin, the current CEO, is the son of Paul Gavin. The…

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  • Romans 1-8 Summary

    Romans 1-8 was written by the Apostle Paul, between the years of 56-57 A.D. During the book of Romans chapters 1-8, there are several topics covered; to include The Natural World, Human Identity, Human Relationships, and Culture. Paul’s word inspired numerous of believers to understand the true fundamentals and foundations of the Christian faith by informing them salvation is obtained through faith in God. “Paul teaches about the sinful nature of all men in the eyes of God, justification by…

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  • Galatians 4: 1-7 Analysis

    the words of Paul from the rhetoric and literary point of view, and consider the historical context and the background of the Galatians to whom the author speaks. Besides, the discussion will view the passage not as a separate statement, but in a combination with the ones around it. Finally, from the literary point of view, the passage will be characterized as a concluding part of the previous section. Overall, Galatians 4:1-7 has an explanatory and inspirational character; even though it is…

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  • Pros And Cons Of The Libertarian Party

    interesting foreign policy of “Non-intervention”. A lot people regard the libertarian party an alternative to the republican party where one is fiscally conservative while at the same following democratic beliefs such as legalizing gay marriage, legalizing drugs etc. With regards to the ongoing election where a large majority of voters are stuck to choose between the lesser of the two evils the libertarian part saw a huge increase in their party membership. As of today the libertarian party…

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  • Martha Graham's Lamentation Analysis

    Martha Graham’s “Lamentation,” like many of her other works, is a direct expression of emotion; an expression of emotion through body movements. Graham was known as the “Mother of Modern Dance” and for her technique “contraction and release.” She also focused on the stability and strength of the body and keeping its control. This technique was in efforts to develop and maintain flexibility in the spine and hips, specifically in a seated position. “Lamentation” was created in response to the…

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  • Graphic Design: Paul Rand And The American Graphic Designer

    “Through a career spanning more than sixty years, Paul Rand sustained an inimitable practice that crossed multiple disciplines without sacrificing his commitment to design with the highest quality and care,” (Palacio). Paul Rand was born in August of 1914 and died November of Cancer in 1996. Rand was a well-known American Graphic Designer best known for the designing of corporate logos. He was educated at The Pratt Institute, The Parsons School of Design, and the Art Students League. Rand was…

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  • Analysis Of The Three Components Of A Therapeutic Relationship

    In a therapeutic relationship, the helper embarks on a journey with the client to help him explore thoughts and feelings, obtain insight and make changes (Hill, 2014). In order for a therapeutic relationship to be successful, the three components of the helping process ,namely, skills, facilitative conditions (warmth, empathy and congruence) and self-awareness need to be present (Hill, 2014). This essay addresses these three components through analysing a selected 10 minutes of a 20-minute…

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