Philosophy in our daily lifes

Posted in: Anti Bullying, Aristotle, Bullying, Cyber Bullying, Emotion, Failure, Failure In Life, Life, Loneliness, Other, Peer Pressure, Philosophers, Philosophical concepts, Philosophy, Pressure, Psychology, Samples, Slavery, Society, Socrates, Technology, The Allegory Of The Cave, The Meaning Of Life

This essay will discuss how can we apply metaphysics to our daily life as students, including activities and philosophical situations that take place through the week. The writing will have a special focus on metaphysics, on how it highly impacts and relates to a high school student’s daily life, by…

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Research and the Sciences

Posted in: Celebrity, Entertainment, Nature, Other, Philosophical concepts, Philosophical Theories, Philosophy, Research, Robin Williams, Samples, Science, Sea, Social science, Society, Technology, Water

There has long been an ongoing argument: Is social science scientific? Which approach is better in conducting natural sciences and social sciences? It is believed that ‘hypothetico-deductive’ approach may be applicable to the natural sciences while it does not relate well to the social sciences. By analyzing research from different…

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History and Philosophy

Posted in: Ancient Greece, Constitution, Constitutional Convention, E Commerce, Ethics, History, Independence, Internet, Law, Leadership, Leadership Philosophy, Literary Genre, Literature, Media, Media And Democracy, Period, Persona, Persuasion, Philosophers, Philosophical concepts, Philosophical Theories, Philosophy, Samples, Short Story, Society, State, Strengths And Weaknesses, Technology, The Declaration Of Independence, The Federalist Papers, Thomas Jefferson

The Federalist is the greatest contribution ever made on the Constitution of United States. According to Chief Justice John Marshall in the case Cohen’s v. Virginia (1821) ‘The Federalist is a complete commentary on our Constitution. ’ Since 1790 lawyers, politicians, students and even judges have all studied The Federalist…

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Curriculum Theory

Posted in: Education, Good Citizen, Good Citizenship, Government, Haunted House, History, Learning, Literature, Other, Period, Philosophical concepts, Philosophy, Samples, Social Learning Theory, Society, State, Technology, The 1920s, Theme, Unrest

Historical accounts of public education reaching back into the nineteenth century reveal successive waves of polarization of view points, limited approaches to curriculum development, and recurring upsurges of dissatisfaction with school offerings. Curriculum development activities in the past show a seeming lack of rigorous, systematic thinking about curriculum development and…

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Review of a Curriculum Model

Posted in: Albert Einstein, Behavior, Business, Company, Manners, Philosophical concepts, Philosophy, Piaget, Psychology, Samples, Science, Scientist

These two functions fro a young child relate to the individual and society. First, education enables the individual to comprehend and utilize critical skills of thinking for the purpose of determining for themselves what is true. Secondly education is important to society mainly because of the interdependent nature of human…

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The Need for Subaltern Literature

Posted in: Art, Art Movements, Books, Culture, Dystopian Society, Ethics, Harlem Renaissance, History, Leadership, Literary Genre, Literature, Maya Angelou, Mythology, Period, Philosophical concepts, Philosophy, Romanticism, Samples, Society, The Color Purple, Utopia, Virtues, Web Dubois, Writers

Dear and Rev. Father Principal, respected staff, my beloved students, friends, ladies and gentlemen. I feel a bit circumscribed in to stand before you to deliver this keynote address. I feel so, because I am not a literature student, nor am I in any way connected to literary world except…

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Culture of India

Posted in: Activity, Arranged Marriage, Art, Chess, Culture, Culture Diversity, Diwali, India, Indian Culture, Marriage, Music, Philosophical concepts, Philosophy, Pop Culture, Popular Culture, Rape Culture, Samples, Society, Sports, Taj Mahal, Violin, Visual Art, Visual Arts, What Is Culture, World

Indian culture can be compared to a rapid river, which takes source from a little well high in the Himalayas and flows down among blossomy valleys and thick forests, beautiful gardens and farms, small villages and big cities. Many tributaries join it, and the mainstream becomes stronger and more powerful.…

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Rhodes Personal Statement

Posted in: Activity, Culture, Geoffrey Chaucer, Literature, Mythology, Philosophical concepts, Philosophy, Plays, Rugby, Samples, Society, Sports, The Allegory Of The Cave, The Tempest, Writers

Soaked in sweat, I sat deep in thought on the small mound of sand and broken rocks in northern Kenya, where 1.7 million years ago a desperately ill Homo erectus woman had died. Her death had entranced me for years. KNM-ER 1808 had died of Hypervitaminosis A, wherein an overdose…

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