Romantic Attitude Has Affected Attitude Has Affected Speaker
348 wordsRomantics often emphasized the beauty, strangeness, and mystery of nature. Romantic writers expressed their intuition of nature that came from within. The key to this inner world was the imagination of the writer; this frequently reflected their expressions of their inner essence and their attitude towards various aspects of nature. It was these attitudes that marked each writer of the Romantic period as a unique being. These attitudes are greatly reflected in the poem "When I Heard the Learned ...
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Straight Line Physical World
1,305 wordsThe British philosopher Ryle attacked the sceptical point of view regarding right and wrong ( = being in error). He said that if the concept of error is made use of - surely, there must be times that we are right. To him, it was impossible to conceive of the one without the other. He regarded "right" and "wrong" as polar concepts. One could not be understood without understanding the other. As it were, Ryle barked up the wrong sceptic tree. All the sceptics said was that one cannot know (or prov...
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The Season Of Phantasmal Peace
757 wordsThe author is observing the swans in Could Park. He told that nineteen years had been passed since he came to the place at the first time: /The nineteenth autumn has come upon me/ /Since I first made my count; / The author began to realize that he was getting older. He compared his life with nature. He showed that his life became still and dry after those nineteen years. But suddenly the author saw swans. They were /brilliant creatures. wheeling in great broken rings/ The swans were beautiful an...
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Law Enforcement Agencies Cell Phone
476 wordsMobile cannot be confined; that goes against its very nature. It needs to be free to take any shape in order to find and empower users when and where they need it. But by virtue of its malleable nature, mobile is difficult to grasp and as a result, content providers - already cautious from scars garnered during the wild and wooly dotcom days - aren't so quick to chase what might seem like a PDA pipe dream. It doesn't help that Wi-Fi -- the flighty young ingenue of mobile content delivery - garne...
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Fingers To The Buttons Test The Player Distraction
875 wordsThus the situation of characters within videogames shows an example of distraction, the test-space and its tactile appropriation through habituation. Initially, the player encounters the characters or objects in an optical, contemplative sense. An unfamiliar videogame is prone to prompt such thoughts: Can I jump this chasm? Am I strong enough to overcome that enemy? A player at this stage will likely look for representational cues to choose a course of action. As the player becomes habituated an...
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Computer Animation Computer Games
1,004 wordsWe live in the world of computers. Tasks that were impossible to perform some ten years ago now can be easily accomplished with the help of computer. For such a short time, some things have changed so significantly that new kinds of art have emerged due to the development of new software programs, which became commonly used in the entertainment industry that became inevitable part in our daily lives. Today, probably everyone has played some computer games; saw a computer animated cartoon, or a m...
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Past Five Years Women Were Not Allowed
871 wordsLogan's photographs reveal the world of these women, from portraits of them at home to the war-torn landscapes of Kabul and its marketplaces newly brimming with beauty products. This stunning journey in text and image will open the readers eyes to the Afghanistan of yesterday, today, and tomorrow. On September 27, 1996, the Taliban, an extremist militia claiming to be Islamic fundamentalists, seized power in a violent takeover of the government. It was at that point that the Taliban government i...
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Morally Justified Pro Choice
1,376 wordsAbortions Introduction The problem of abortion was always in the centre of attention of moral and ethical discussions. We can easily notice confrontation of two main groups: pro-life and pro-choice. Differences in historically prevalent orthodox (or conservative) and liberal positions of relatively allowable choice were the subjects of heated debates. Whereas Don Marquis upholds classic non-religious anti-abortion standpoint, Judith Thompson considers that woman has right to choose whether to ma...
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Greater Than God Existence Of God
391 wordsSaint Anselm's Ontological Argument Saint Anselm's ontological argument for the existence of God is based on logical inconsistency of two equally legitimate statements, which consequentially derive out of each other. Saint Anselm suggests that one cannot imagine anything greater than omnipotent and omnipresent God. If this statement is true, there can be nothing imaginable greater than God. However, if God does not exist, than we should be able to imagine something greater than God. Yet this is ...
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Effective Use Of Computers On The Battlefield Future
1,240 wordsEffective Use of Computers on the Battlefield of the Future Abstract This paper emphasizes the importance of using computer technology on future battlefields. Outline p. 1 Beginning of Computer Era in military p. 2 What future holds p. 3 - Conclusion The history of military conflicts in 20 th century shows that they tend to become less continuous, which is accomplished by the implementation of new informational technology. In 17 th century, wars often lasted for 30 - 50 years. World War One went...
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English Language English Literature
702 wordsBeing an English Major The popular opinion downgrades the importance of humanitarian disciplines, because they do not incorporate scientific formulas as something that defines their essence. This is especially the case when one mentions being an English major. However, this point of view originates in industrial era, when empirical sciences were on the rise. Nowadays, it becomes clear to many people that the role of persons communicational ability cannot be underestimated, because it allows indi...
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Ideals Of Beauty Renaissance Artists
1,094 wordsIssues of Gender and the Body in Modern Art (1) It is quite impossible to talk about how the idea of body and gender is represented in the works of contemporary art, without understanding that arts trends correspond to socio-political reality. The reason why peoples bodies served as the objects of artistic portrayal, throughout the history, is that artists had good reasons to associate them with the ideals of beauty. In fact, our metaphysical ability of distinguishing between beautiful and ugly ...
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Age Of Reason Objective Reality
1,373 wordsVoltaires Candide (1) The first half of 18 th century, when Voltaire wrote his famous book Candide, is now being referred to as the Age of Reason, which explains the fact why, despite fictionist nature of Voltaire novella, it incorporates many elements of classical rhetoric, as if author strived to convince readers in plausibleness of his worldview. The Age of Reason was the time when Christianity was rapidly loosing its ideological credibility, which caused many notable intellectuals of the tim...
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Full Of Life Cave Paintings
1,670 wordsChris Ofili Chris Ofili is an interesting contemporary artist. He was born in Manchester in 1968. He studied in London at the Chelsea School of Art (1988 - 1991) and later he entered the Royal College of Art (1999 - 1993). Chris Ofili is an English painter, who has a Nigerian descent. No wonder all his work reflect his African background. In 1992 he won the scholarship, which gave him the possibility to travel to Zimbabwe. Chris Ofili's style is highly influenced by his Nigerian origin as well a...
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Treatment Of Women In The Canterbury Tales
773 wordsTreatment of women in the Canterbury Tales A man without a wife is like a man in winter without a fur hat. Russian Proverb Having read not all but even three of the Canterbury Tales by Geoffrey Chaucer one can definitely say that in that time when these tales were written the role, the attitude, the status of women were quite different from what we have nowadays. A womans voice was not heard in that world. She was under full control of her husband and her main tasks in life were pleasing her hus...
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Des Nt Example F
1,954 wordsCritique Essay: The Myth of The Ergodic Videogame, by James Newman James Newman wrote an interesting paper concerning the issue of videogames. The paper is called The myth of the ergodic videogame and it expresses the authors attitudes towards the development of the game industry within the conceptual frameworks of the whole e-commerce industry. This paper can actually be classified as descriptive essay with the elements of explanation in it. Academics have recently begun to devote much-needed a...
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Drug Addict Fire Department
823 wordsHero Worship When asked to conjure up descriptions of a hero or heroism, many people would imagine similar scenes. The firefighters pulling a family from a burning building, a soldier saving his platoon from certain death, rescue workers pulling a stranded mountain climber from a precarious ledge, and the Knights of the Round Table saving a damsel in distress, are all examples of the common hero. Many people display heroism in everyday life but are rarely recognized either by their peers or by t...
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Adam And Eve Code Of Hammurabi
1,669 wordsGod tiptoes and dances upon a thread as thin as fishing line, flirting with being judged in two extreme manners. On one side you have him being a cruel and malicious deity that inflicts punishments onto unsuspecting and undeserving victims. The other side he could be looked upon as a humane and fair lord, who punishes only the deserving. Critics have read, reread, studied, and analyzed the Old Testament until they were blue in the face. Many have come up with the fact that God acts in contradict...
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Racist Towards Othello Othello Because Hes Jealous Iago
874 wordsEverywhere you go, everywhere you look, there is always somebody different. The American society focuses on that person, or group of people. They make them feel worthless and treated them like animals. Imagine walking down the street and having people stare at you or call you Names, or talk behind your back. Imagine not knowing the time because nobody will tell you. Why won t they tell you the time, or spare you some change? Because you re black, actually, because you re skin is a different colo...
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