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    There was a strong community of philosophically-minded individuals that did attend these plays. To appeal to these crowds, playwrights aimed to present the shocking nature of reality contrasted with scenes of surrealism. One such example of this is Henrik Ibsen’s Peer Gynt. The titular character confronted his own hubris as he interacts with characters that are metaphysical and highly symbolic, and this feature of the play connects to the prevailing themes of the modernist movement. During his travels, Peer Gynt is confronted by the troll king and prompted with a critical question: What is the difference between troll and man? (Ibsen, 33). Though this seems like a simple question that merely asks for the distinction between two creatures, this line in the play holds much more significance. What differentiates man from beast? These animalistic comparisons refer back to the psychoanalytic applications of theatre at this time. Due to paradigm shifts in biology and psychology, a stronger understanding of consciousness came about and both Henrik Ibsen and Bertolt Brecht masterfully illustrate this through their plays. From the bustling…

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    Shakespeare. The following year he moved to Christiana, to prepare for university examinations. Ibsen met friends, other writers and artists. One of his friends helped him publish his first play “Catilina”, but failed to get notice. A year later, Ibsen met violinist and theater manager Ole Bull. Bull offered him a job as writer and manager for the Norwegian theater in Bergen. This experience gave Ibsen practice to become a better and exceptional writer. Despite the negative comments and…

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    Peer exists in eternal skepticism, which descends into complete selfishness. “You simply don’t get to choose not to become anything,” Dr. Moi states, “because while you’re doing nothing, you eventually become something.” Unlike the character in Act 5 who cut off his finger to avoid serving in the military (and to stay with his family), Peer’s avoidance strategy had no underlying moral value. On the other hand, Raegan points out that Peer does come back to spend time with his mother in her final…

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    A brief introduction on peer-to-peer sharing network with some light on Bit torrent and DC++ protocols Vineeth.S.Kuduvalli(13bec123) The following paper begins on the basic fundamentals of why sharing is necessary and how sharing led to the revolution and also evolution of today 's modern INTERNET from the basic ARPANET. Then it tries to compare the client server model and peer to peer model along with various advantages and disadvantages about the same as well. Then discussing the two most…

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    watching others. It is not just in mimicking behaviors, but retaining those behaviors and using them as one’s own behavior at a later time (Argosy Course Notes, 2015). For example, a teacher praises a child for getting the correct answer when matching flash cards, another child is observing this and two days later this child is asked to match the cards and correctly places it (Fryling, Johnson & Hayes, 2011). Observational learning happens throughout one’s lifetime, and the most critical time is…

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    Dark Net Essay

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    Dark Net The Dark Net is a computer network with restricted access that is used chiefly for illegal peer-to-peer file sharing. The dark net is a dangerous place on the computer, but are you safe from it? There were a few questions I asked myself about the dark net. Can the police control the dark net? Should the community be worried about the information on the dark net? What is my opinion on the dark net? The dark net is a place where visitors feel "safe", by being able to hide their internet…

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    involving assigning a mentor to a juvenile is that there are many programs that are already willing to help wether it be physically or financially. There are “two large scale mentoring programs aimed at system-involved youth including the Juvenile Mentoring Program (JUMP), a federal initiative that began in 1996 and provides funding for individual projects targeting youth involved with the juvenile justice system. And AIM, a comprehensive aftercare program including life-skills training, service…

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    I chose this one as the most important factor over my second choice of political/legal because technology I believe will continue to play a large role in how the music industry operates as opposed to laws which don’t seem as though they are changing, but instead becoming more confusing. Although MP3 formatted songs have been around for a while now the places where you can purchase and the items you can play them on keep evolving. As we discussed it wasn’t until the digital file format of the…

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    Pirate Bay Case Study

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    4. LESSONS LEARNT The analysis of The Pirate Bay case represents a great approach to learn such concepts as peer-to-peer sharing, digital piracy, allowed us to look at the problem of digital piracy from ethical perspective and observe how legislation of different countries is trying to solve this problem. First of all, it was found that the pirate bay operation model, which is based on a peer-to-peer (P2P) transmission service have two significant advantages: 1) there is no risk of inability of…

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    It has become so easy to get content for free on the Internet. For example, all that is needed to get a song from YouTube is a quick search for YouTube to MP3 and the ability to click ‘download’. This is all thanks to availability-- what once was limited to hard copies such as CDs can now be pulled up by the touch of a button. Overall, the dawn of new technology and media has changed the ideas of piracy by altering the methods used by individuals to find and share content and forcing government…

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