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  • Jean Piaget: Cognitive Development - 1,765 words
    Jean Piaget: Cognitive Development There is more to a child than meets the eye. Development is more than a physical process. A childs mind develops greatly through the early years. Jean Piaget, a child psychologist, found the secrets of human learning and knowledge behind the cute and seemingly illogical notions of children (Time, #136, March 29, 1999, pp. 105-106). Jean Piaget had always been a scholar, even as a youth, and this characteristic was key to his goals and works through out his life. At the early age of 10 of he managed his first publication, and by the age of 15 Piaget had decided to direct his work toward a biological stand point which is clearly reflected in his later work as ...
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  • John Updike's A&p - 2,240 words
    John Updike's A&P John Updike's best known, most anthologized and most frequently taught short story, "A & P," first appeared in The New Yorker (22 July 1961: 22-24), a publication that assumes a reader with considerable literary and cultural knowledge. Updike, for whom literature and art have been intertwined since youth, first uses allusions to art and to art criticism to give the informed reader of "A & P" the experience of dramatic irony as a means toward constructing significance for the story. The popularity of "A & P" rests on a number of ironic ambiguities, but the reader who perceives Updike's allusions to art can take special pleasure in the plot, which leaves the nineteen-year-old ...
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  • Juan Peron part 1 - 4,266 words
    Juan Peron Argentinian strongman Juan Peron joined the army in 1913. Some thirty years later, he was one of the leaders of an army coup. Peron held a number of important positions under the regime. His strong support for labor unions and social reform resulted in widespread support for him among the Argentine masses. When he was imprisoned by other members of the junta in 1945, this support, along with his wife's efforts, led to his release. In Argentina, a type of populist politics, based on a coalition of urban labor and other social groups, emerged by the mid-1940s under the charismatic leadership of Juan Peron. For the first time the mobilization of the urban working class became a major ...
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  • Juan Peron part 2 - 4,266 words
    ... of labor and social welfare, he employed all the power of a dictatorial state to overcome opposition to long-overdue labor legislation and to build up powerful unions personally attached to him in every economic field. These became the mass base for the Peronist movement. In his years as president, they constituted a watershed in the countrys history in terms of the expansion of government power over the economy, social reform legislation, and the strengthening of the labor movement. In fact, his ideas of economic revival and industrialization were not too distant from those of Communist Russia under Stalin. For example, Stalin implemented highly centralized planning with top priority fo ...
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  • James Joyce's Own Life Mirrors That Of Stephen Dedalus In... part 1 - 4,507 words
    James Joyce's own life mirrors that of Stephen Dedalus in A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man James Joyce is an extremely versatile author. He has written books that were entire collections of short stories such as Dubliners and long novels such as Ulysses. Much of Joyces life contributed to his writings and he has been influence by many people and events. Joyce grew up in Ireland and then moved to England where he began his writing. He wrote for England but was Irish at heart and this will be shown in his writings. Many things influenced Joyces writings, from other authors, to his life experiences. Joyce used other books as a platform for his own books. A major example of this is Joyces ...
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  • James Joyce's Own Life Mirrors That Of Stephen Dedalus In... part 2 - 4,507 words
    ... in what he believed in. Every little thing Joyce encountered affected his writing and he made his writing to what he thought was perfect. The novel, A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man is an autobiography of James Joyce who delivers the influential aspects in his life and his artistic development to the reader through the eyes of the fictional character of Stephen Dedalus. In the novel, Stephens journey to maturation and to become an artist is influenced by his religion, sexuality and education. Yet, Stephen is able to overcome the obstacles result from these aspects and experience his life to its fullest. In A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man, the author James Joyce uses the de ...
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  • Jonathan Swifts Satire Of The Use Of Reason During The Enlightenment part 1 - 4,332 words
    Jonathan Swifts satire of the use of reason during the Enlightenment For most people Jonathan Swift is nothing more than the man who wrote Gullivers Travels - or, to be more precise, the author of the first part of that strange satire. For Brobdinbnag, Laputa and the land of the Houyhnhnms are distant countries of which we know little or nothing at all. And even Lemuel Gullivers enforced stay on the island of Lilliput is often regarded as best suited to children with a taste for fairy tales. Mistakes committed by Ignorance in a virtuous Disposition, would never be of such fatal Consequence to the Publick Weal, as the Practices of a Man whose Inclinations led him to be corrupt, and had great ...
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  • Jonathan Swifts Satire Of The Use Of Reason During The Enlightenment part 2 - 4,332 words
    ... 1974, p. 51). Slipping virtually unnoticed into a world where the culture industry churned out products that, as Adorno would later observe, looked more like advertisements for books than actual books (Adorno, 1992, p. 20), the strange volume that Horkheimer and Adomo passed on to their colleagues was one of those books that could no longer be one. Its title confessed what its unusual form of dissemination implied: here was a collection of fragments, incomplete and perhaps even contradictory, with an identity rather different from more conventional products of the publishing industry. Even their colleagues were not quite sure what to make of it. After struggling with the manuscript for ...
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  • Jonathan Swifts Satire Of The Use Of Reason During The Enlightenment part 1 - 3,997 words
    Jonathan Swifts satire of the use of reason during the Enlightenment For most people Jonathan Swift is nothing more than the man who wrote Gullivers Travels - or, to be more precise, the author of the first part of that strange satire. For Brobdinbnag, Laputa and the land of the Houyhnhnms are distant countries of which we know little or nothing at all. And even Lemuel Gullivers enforced stay on the island of Lilliput is often regarded as best suited to children with a taste for fairy tales. Victoria Glendinnings biography leaves no doubt about why so much of his work is now forgotten or ignored. Almost all of what he wrote was a commentary on the politics of his time - the fading glories of ...
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  • Jonathan Swifts Satire Of The Use Of Reason During The Enlightenment part 2 - 3,997 words
    ... diversity of its contents alone might have been enough to perplex its initial audience.(2) The first of its three chapters, which in the original version carried the title Dialectic of Enlightenment, examined the relationship between enlightenment, mythology, and the scientific domination of nature. It was followed by two excursuses, one dealing with the Odyssey, the other with the unlikely coupling of Kant and the Marquis de Sade. The sprawling second chapter, entitled The Culture Industry: Enlightenment as Mass Deception, examined the ways in which economic rationalization and mass production techniques had been brought to bear on both high and low culture, but had rather little to say ...
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  • Jewish Life In Spain 8/5. 4 - 2,997 words
    Jewish Life In Spain 8/5. 4 I would like to start by saying that according to the oldest traditions, the first Jews in Spain seem to have arrived in one of King Solomon's fleets, which, together with Hiram's Phoenicians, did business with Tarsus; these same boats of Tarsus which the prophet Jonah boarded and which must have arrived at the Tartessos of the Guadalquivir. Another tradition suggests they arrived as refugees after the destruction of Jerusalem by Nebuchadnezar in 587 B.C.E., and found their compatriots, who had come during the Phoenician trading era. Though all this is possible, there is no documentation to prove it. It may be more logical to assume that the first Jewish settlemen ...
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