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    To begin with, Zionism became about as an organized movement which was well- thought-out to have been initiated by Theodor Herzl. Theodor Herzl was the mastermind behind the contemporary Zionism and the reinstitution of Jewish home. He was well- educated in the sight of German-Jewish and knowledgeable to raise the value of secular culture. On the other hand, the history of Zionism started previously and is connected to Judaism and Jewish in the past. In 1870, and years later twenty new Jewish settlements in Palestine, Hovevei Zion were known to be accountable for the formation (2009). This movement main priority was to target at creating Jewish a nationwide home and ethnic Centre in Palestine by enabling Jewish to relocate. There was a lot…

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    Jewish settlers were given 55% of Palestine despite their owning less than 7% of it. An extremist minority of Judaism, known as Zionists, believed their religious rights to Palestine were listed in their holy books. and suddenly, it became a good enough excuse to wage a war on Palestinians. Despite the original rights to Palestinians, the debate against anti-Semitism versus anti-Zionism was heated, and until now remains a large barrier between Palestine and those who defy the right to recognize…

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    Theodor Herzl founded the Zionist political movement. He was born in Budapest in 1860. In 1878 the Herzl’s moved to Vienna, where Theodor Herzl studied law in the University of Vienna, graduating in 1884. Instead of studying law, Herzl became a writer and a journalist acting as Paris correspondent for an influential liberal Vienna newspaper. Herzl probably first experienced anti-Semitism while studying at the University of Vienna. He thought of the Jewish problem as a social issue and wrote a…

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    to grow. c. Using one of the observations (above) write an inference that could be made. INFERENCE d. Louis Pasteur carried out a famous experiment which helped prove the spontaneous generation theory wrong. Describe the method he used for his famous experiment. (include a diagram) THE “FAMOUS EXPERIMENT” e. Explain how his experiment disproved spontaneous generation DISAPPROVED I. What is “cell theory” CELL THEORY…

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    Question 1: In The Culture Industry: Enlightenment as mass deception, Adorno and Horkheimer are observing the culture industry. The culture industry is the entire system of production and circulation that establishes mass, mainstream, and popular culture. In this essay, the authors illustrate more precisely the relationship between culture industry and reality by explaining that “[r]eal life is becoming indistinguishable from the movies. The sound film, […], leaves no room for imagination or…

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    Cinema Is The Ultimate Pervert Art Analysis

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    but enjoyed by everyone. Everyone has been introduced to a form of cinema, even though they may not have seen it in that manner. From people in remote villages across the globe partaking in dramas that portray their cultures, to staged sets. From pre-world war II societies to the post war societies. From televisions of the early 20th century, to smart phones of the 21st. Hence, it is promiscuous. It has been shared in the same way an mp3 is sent from person to person today. Shared in the same…

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    The culture industry argument, established by Theodor Adorno and Max Horkheimer, is a critique of mass media, which refers to the industrialization of culture, where the masses are not the only source of mass culture; capitalism serves the masses, and treats them like commodities for their own benefit (McAnany & Wilkinson, 1996). Adorno and Horkheimer chose to call it culture industry, rather than mass media, because they believed that in mass media, masses had some influence upon the creation…

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    Walter Bendix Schonflies Benjamin was born into a wealthy Jewish family in Germany. He was a German philosopher who is associated with the Frankfurt School and his areas of interests were literary theory, language, aesthetics, and technology. Benjamin was influences by and is associated with the work of Karl Marx, Theodor Adorno, and Bertolt Brecht. Moreover, one of Benjamin’s most influential writing is titled, The Work of Art in the Age of Mechanical Reproduction (1936). The primary argument…

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    Herzl

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    When discussing the establishment of Israel, many people give much credit to Theodor Herzl. Herzl, a Jewish journalist who was born and raised in Budapest, known as the founder of the Zionist movement. In fact, Herzl was the one who took the Zionist idea and turned it into a political idea, which is basically the establishment of the Jewish state. Years later, Herzl received the title of "the predictor of the Jewish state". Supposedly, this title confirms the conventional wisdom that Herzl is…

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    What Is Herzl's Visionary

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    Herzl: The Man, The Leader, The Visionary Binyamin Zeev Theodor Herzl was born in Budapest, Hungary on May 2, 1860. Herzl was a journalist, playwright, writer, political activist and one of the founding fathers of modern political Zionism. Herzl was a visionary and a practical man who suffered many failures while dealing with the Jewish question and he never gave up on his vision and ideas. In this essay, I will claim that if Herzl had not moved Zionism to center stage, we wouldn’t have a Jewish…

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