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Biography of Marie and Pierre Curie - ... Pierre pursued his own studies when he wasn’t teaching. Within the first couple of years of teaching he published two papers on crystallography. He didn’t have his own laboratory in which to work, and at the institution space and equipment was scarce. During his off hours, Pierre would sometimes use students’ laboratories or set up his equipment in the hallway (Bailey). Later, Pierre demonstrated that the magnetism of a substance changes at a certain temperature. This is now known as the Curie point....   [tags: life, physics, science, radioactivity] 2002 words
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An Analysis of Polyeucte by Pierre Corneille - An analysis of Polyeucte by Pierre Corneille reveals that the presence of God’s grace is evidently alive and can be seen in the character’s actions and choices throughout the play. At the beginning of the play, the main character Polyeucte is immediately thrown into a dilemma, to be baptized or not to be baptized. On one hand he fears his wife, who is a non-Christian will become angry with him for going through with the baptism. On the other hand, his friend Nearchus urges him to become a Christian as soon as possible....   [tags: the role of God's grace] 1250 words
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The Capital Theory by Pierre Bourdieu - The extended concept of capital, which was largely developed by the French sociologist Pierre Bourdieu dates back to an entanglement of the perspectives of Marx and Weber. In particular, he draws on the concept of capital by Marx, whilst picking up the theory of Weber where capital is a product of the accumulation of collective labour. But Bourdieu further generalizes the theory in order to develop a concept of capital in all its forms. Thereby, he dissociates his perspective sharply from a merely economist perspective and criticizes such concepts as only related to the exchange of goods, in a market driven and profit oriented processes....   [tags: social capital, economic capital, capital theory]
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Biography of Pierre Auguste Renoir - ... However, this severe arthritis had a crippling effect on his ability to move and caused him to be confined to a wheelchair. It also affected his right shoulder causing him to adapt and change his techniques due to his disability. The disease eventually progressed more and more until his fingers could no longer move. Despite that, he still painted by fastening his paint brushes to his hands Renoir was dead on the day of December 3, 1919, at Cagnes-sur-Mer, Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur The Two Sisters (On the Terrace) painting is very high in saturation which helps blend in the background....   [tags: french artist, impressionist movement] 872 words
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Greatest Canadian: Pierre Trudeau - Pierre Trudeau is the greatest Canadian of the twentieth century due to the fact that he declared Canada’s independence from Great Britain, he abolished the death penalty, and he created the Official Languages Act, making our nation entirely bilingual. His upbringing was a quiet one, “born into a family, a home and a neighbourhood of modest means” . Joseph Charles-Émile Trudeau, the family patriarch, was not a rich man because his parents were Quebec farmers. However, his maternal grandfather was a businessman....   [tags: canadian history, independence]
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Pierre Trudeau and Quebec - “Just watch me.”Joseph Philippe Pierre Yves Elliott Trudeau said in 1970. He meant it as he fought to keep Quebec a part of Canada. Not only did he do that, he managed to be prime minister for 16 years, as well as being Canada’s youngest leader at the time. He brought greater civil rights to Canadians, Quebec citizens mainly. His charismatic personality matched his innovative ideas, that enhanced Canada for the better. For his entire political career, not only did Canada watch him, the whole world watched him change the country for the better....   [tags: biography, canada] 578 words
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Pierre Bourdieu - As a French sociologist, anthropologist, and philosopher, Pierre Bourdieu focuses on the role of practice and embodiment in social dynamics of power relations in life, which opposes Western traditions. He conceptualizes the notions of habitus and field, which disclose the construction in human society, which, according to him, should not be understood as applying a set of rules. Echoing Michel Foucault and Michel de Certeau, Bourdieu intents to analyze the interrelationship between social structure and social practice....   [tags: Sociology, Habitus Stems] 823 words
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Pierre-Simon Laplace's Life and Accomplishments - Pierre-Simon Laplace was born on March 23, 1749 in France (Pierre-Simon Laplace, 2000). He was a mathematician and astronomer who made great findings that contributed to mathematical astronomy and probability (Pierre-Simon Laplace, 2000). Not much is known about Laplace’s childhood because he rarely ever talked about his early days (Marquis de laplace, 2013). However, it is known that his family was middle-class and rich neighbors paid for him to attend school when they realized how talented the boy was (Pierre-Simon Laplace, 2000)....   [tags: mathematical astronomy, bayes theorem]
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Pierre-Auguste Renoir's Work - Pierre - Auguste Renoir painted several paintings, very few being self portraits. There are three main portraits Pierre created of himself. While there are some differences between Renoir's self portraits, there are far more similarities. Like his color palette, his clothes, the style, and his passion. Renoir had an obsession over his brown trench coat and his white hat. He wore it in most of his self portraits. The coat hid his disability and the hat helped to shade his face from the world. In two of his self portraits, Renoir chose to show himself as a rugged, natural, and middle class, wrinkled man who wears a white hat and a old brown coat....   [tags: Biography, Painting Style, Impressionism]
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A Brief Biography of Pierre de Fermat - ... There, he worked on most of his mathematical studies and was mostly self taught. He wrote most of his papers there as well, even though the papers are few in numbers. His papers were the “final forms” of his works and cannot be “dated before 1660”. He never dated anything himself, making it hard to pinpoint a particular date in which he had written these works. Fermat studied many statistical problems. Here is an example of one he studied: “he gave proof of the statement made by Diophantus that the sum of the squares of two integers cannot be of the form 4n-1; and he added a corollary which means that it is impossible that the product of a square and a prime of the form 4n-1 [even...   [tags: notrious mathematicians] 634 words
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Pierre-Auguste Renoir 's The Umbrellas - Pierre - Augustine Renoir, on of the greatest of the French painters and founder of the French impressionism in the 19th century. An innovative artist, whose paintings can be found all around the world in famous museums and expositions, including London National Gallery. Born in a cold winter day of 1841, in Lomoges, France, Pierre Augustine Renoir lived a long and happy life of more than eight decades. Being one of the six children in the poor family of a tailor and seamstress, Renoir from childhood understood what he is up to in his future life....   [tags: founder of the French Impressionists]
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Canadian Leader: Pierre Elliot Trudeau - ... These issues included higher poverty and infant mortality rates, lower life expectancy and poorer education levels. Also at this time, the civil rights movement happening in the United States brought an increased level of public awareness to issues of social justice, and made many Canadians questioning the inequality and discrimination in Canada and how it pertained to First Nations people. In addition to the 1969 White Paper proposals, other landmark occurrences with Trudeau’s relationship to Canadian Aboriginals included the 1973 Calder case....   [tags: history, superhero, freedom] 1677 words
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Pierre Trudeau Made Canada What it Is Today! - ... The official Languages Act has been supported by all federal parties. The French that lived in Quebec were extremely satisfied with this act and started to appreciate Trudeau much more. Trudeau made sure that federal funds were made available to promote bilingualism and to promote them using radio and televisions outside of Quebec. Trudeau wanted to fix the relationship between the English and the French- Canadians but a small problem still continued. Quebecers expected and wanted extra political provincial powers to retain their status and place in Canada....   [tags: Canadian Prime Ministers]
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Pierre Paul Broca: Physician, Anatomist and Anthropologist - There is no doubt that many of the scientific discoveries and advances in medicine that we are exposed to today would not be possible without the work of brilliant scientists from the past. The 19th century is just one time period that brought about such brilliance, and one of the most famous scientists goes by the name of Pierre-Paul Broca, or as he is more commonly referred to, Paul Broca. Paul Broca was a French anatomist, surgeon, physician and anthropologist, who even at a young age was known as a prodigy and someone well ahead of his time....   [tags: Scientific discoveries and advances in medicine] 568 words
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Pierre de Coubertin and The Modern Olympic Movement - INTRODUCTION At the same time that sport is a product of social reality, it is also unique. No other institution, except perhaps religion, commands the mystique, the nostalgia, the romantic ideational cultural fixation that sport does. No other activity so paradoxically combines the serious with the frivolous, playfulness with intensity, and the ideological with the structural. (Frey & Eitzen 504) OLYMPIC ORIGINS AND IDEALS Pierre de Coubertin, founder of the modern Olympic movement, was born in 1863, into a family of French nobility....   [tags: love, childiness, olympic games]
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Pierre Bourdieu and Cultural Capital and Cultural Relativism - ... Although geographically situated on opposing sides of the equator, both of these cultures have experienced the devastating consequences of social and financial disparity and the tragic cycle of turmoil that surely comes with the lifestyle. Intimate Apartheid sheds light on what exactly this “cycle” means in an African American context: Family and childhood experiences are another crucial generative dimension of habitus. Childhood formations continue to haunt or reward individuals even as their lives unfold and change dramatically....   [tags: inequality, poverty, anthropology] 1565 words
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Pierre-Auguste Renoir: Near the Lake Painting - This 1879/80 scenic multicolored and glossy oil on canvas painting (47.5 x 56.4 cm) by Pierre-Auguste Renoir (1841-1919), a French artist of the Impressionism of Modern Art era. The painting is of two people (an older man and a young preadolescent girl), whom are about three feet apart from each other and are gathered on a rustic looking brown rail overlooking a wakeless sky-blue lake with one small dark-blue boat floating along the shore. There is a one occupant standing on the boat with a single pole in his hand (sometimes used to push small boats along rivers and lakes in Italy) and an outboard motor is attached to the other end of the craft....   [tags: glossy oil, canvas painting, impressionism]
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Pierre-Auguste Renoir - ... It was said that she had given birth to his first child Jeanne in 1870.Wether this statement was true or not, Renoir never publicly regarded his supposed first child during his lifetime. Nevertheless, Renoir had his first legal child Pierre in 1885, his second son Jean in 1894 and his final son Claude in 1901, with his beloved wife Aline. Eventually, Jean became a successful filmmaker of note and Pierre became an efficacious stage and film actor. Throughout his lifetime, Renoir painted many works of his wife and his daily family life, including his children and nurse; Gabrielle Renard, Aline’s dear cousin....   [tags: art style, biography] 781 words
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Pierre And Marie Curie - Pierre and Marie Curie and the Discovery of Polonium and Radium Marie and Pierre Curie's pioneer research was again brought to mind when on 20 April last year, their bodies were taken from their place of burial at Sceaux, just outside Paris, and in a solemn ceremony were laid to rest under the mighty dome of the Panthéon. Marie Curie thus became the first woman to be accorded this mark of honor on her own merit. One woman, Sophie Berthelot, admittedly already rested there but in the capacity of wife of the chemist Marcelin Berthelot (1827-1907)....   [tags: essays research papers] 1512 words
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Pierre Trudeau - 	Pierre Trudeau will certainly not be forgotten, even after his death. In my opinion he accomplished a lot for Canada but I disliked his crazy ways of politics, to me the way he does things don’t make much sense. Unlike other politicians Pierre Trudeau, had four central themes: the freedom of the individual; the political equality of all individuals; the superiority of rationality; and democracy as the best form of government. What is interesting about these principles is that at various points in his writing Trudeau's value for each one of them compromises and even contradicts his value for one or more of the others....   [tags: essays research papers] 371 words
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Pierre Trudeau - Pierre Trudeau Pierre Trudeau, former Prime Minister of Canada, was once described as "A French Canadian proud of his identity and culture, yet a biting critic of French-Canadian society, determined to destroy its mythology and illusions". He has also been identified as "A staunch, upholder of provincial autonomy holding the justice portfolio in the federal government". Such cumulative appraisal and observation made by past fellow bureaucrat provides high testimonial for the ex-Democratic Socialist....   [tags: Biographies] 1570 words
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Pierre Elliot Trudeau - Pierre Elliot Trudeau Published in 1968, Federalism and the French Canadians is an ideological anthology featuring a series of essays written by Pierre Elliot Trudeau during his time spent with the Federal Liberal party of Canada. The emphasis of the book deals with the problems and conflicts facing the country during the Duplessis regime in Quebec. While Trudeau stresses his adamant convictions on Anglophone/Francophone relations and struggles for equality in a confederated land, he also elaborates on his own ideological views pertaining to Federalism and Nationalism....   [tags: essays research papers] 1809 words
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Pierre Elliott Trudeau - Unlike the United States, with its generalissimo politics-Washington, Jackson, Grant, Eisehower- the martial arts have been conspicuously absent from Canadian politics. But there in one exception: in 1968 Pierre Elliot Trudeau became the first Canadian leader to bring the gunslinger-Lone Ranger ethos to Canadian politics. Trudeau introduced to Canada the refined art of single combat; it was the politics of "Doing It My Way"-the politics of going my way or being left behind. Single-combat confrontation implied much mor than the loner or renegade in power, and far far less than the shaman black tricks of Mackenzie King....   [tags: essays research papers] 1537 words
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Pierre Auguste Renoir - Pierre Auguste Renoir was a late nineteen- century French impressionist painter whose works were often ridiculed throughout his life, because of his sensuous celebration of women and nature. He was considered to be one of the most famous artists of his generation, due to his representation sensuality and pleasure in his paintings. When his paintings were first exhibited, they were considered to be shocking and culturally taboo, however after time society became more accepting of Renoir’s style and his work overall....   [tags: essays research papers] 869 words
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Bridge On The River Kwai by Pierre Boulle - Bridge On The River Kwai by Pierre Boulle The title of my book was Bridge on the river Kwai. The Bridge on the River Kwai is an epic tale of the struggle of British POWs in a Japane se prison camp during WW II. Lt. Colonel marches his men into Prisoner of War Camp 16, commanded by Colonel Saito As the troops enter the camp, they are observed by long time captive Shears, an American sailor, who has bribed a guard to be put on the sick list. Saito announces that their job will be to build a bridge over the River Kwai so that the railroad connection can be completed....   [tags: Bridge River Kwai Essays] 915 words
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Distinction of Taste Through Hegemony Theory: An Updated Version of Tastes Effect on Social Class Through Television - Pierre Bourdieu's Distinction: A Social Critique of the Judgement of Taste, takes a sociological stance on cultural taste and its effect on social class. Bourdieu argues, that taste is closely related to social class and indeed acts as a marker of class. He continues to make claims of how people learn of culture and how certain culture belongs to certain social classes who have the cultural competence to understand it. By investigating the educational system, Bourdieu was able to draw conclusions of how taste should be understood and its influence on cultural consumption....   [tags: Pierre Bourdieu's Distinction]
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Jean-Pierre Jeunet's Film Amelie - Jean-Pierre Jeunet's Film Amelie Imagination is an intrinsic part of the human experience. It has the power to mold reality by defining the limits of possibility and affecting perception. Both Alan White and Irving Singer examine aspects of this power in their respective works The Language of Imagination and Feeling and Imagination. White delineates how imagination is a necessary precursor to possibility (White 179) while Singer primarily illustrates imagination's effect on human relationships, such as love (Singer 29-48)....   [tags: Imagination Film Movie Amelie Essays]
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A Sunday Afternoon on the Island La Grande Jatte created by Georges Pierre-Seurat - A Sunday Afternoon on the Island La Grande Jatte by Georges Pierre- Seurat A Sunday Afternoon on the Island La Grande Jatte created by Georges Pierre-Seurat is a frozen in action painting of a normal day of the wealthy Parisian life along the river Seine in Paris, France. Seurat designed this art piece in 1886 to show the wealthy Parisian life styles in a public park. Georges and his artwork were not well known until after he passed away. Seurat was very different from all the other famous artists in the 1880’s....   [tags: parisian life, artwork, painting]
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Pierre Bourdieu's Theory of Taste, Class and Classification in Modern Day Subculture - Exploring and applying Pierre Bourdieu’s theory of taste, class and classification to modern day subcultures, and examining such results. The French sociologist Pierre Bourdieu was one of the earliest theorists to examine the question of symbolic consumption, outlining in particular the ways in which consumption, s an everyday practice, is implicated in ideology and capitalist hierarchies. (Lewis, J, 2008. P220) Pierre Bourdieu, born and raised in France was a sociologist, anthropologist and philosopher....   [tags: sociology, hipsters]
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Impressionism: Edgar Degas, Pierre-Auguste Renoir, Claude Monet - Within the medium of painting, many millennia of two-dimensional representations have recorded the thoughts and history of those who are creative and those who desired history to be recorded in the image they decided fit. The boundaries that separate painting into defined movements can be vague because they represent the works of a culture such as Greece or as well-defined and distinct as some movements were dictated by churches, governments, and other bodies of influence. Impressionism is a movement composed of works from a culture where the enlightenment of the masses caused “a group of artists who shared a set of related approaches and techniques” ("Impressionism,") to emerge and coalesc...   [tags: painting, culture, perspective, asymmetry]
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The Theme of Despicable Me directed by Pierre Coffin and Chris Renaud - ... Gru is portrayed as a villain through his actions in numerous scenes such as when he is walking down the path and the little boy’s ice-cream has fallen out. Gru blows up a balloon and pops it in the boy’s face leaving him shocked and scared. Besides from the actual events of the film, the directors have used techniques to make Gru seem very unlikable. The directors have altered Gru’s appearance, making him very unattractive, and even the house he lives in is undesirable. Once Gru adopts the three little girls, he becomes very protective of them....   [tags: girls, good, evil] 680 words
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Fermat's Last Theorem - Rationale: The pythagorean theorem is a simple equation that has been taught to pupils from the beginning of middle school. a2+b2=c2 is the basic formula to calculate any one of the sides on a right angle triangle. Although starting with basic reinforcement for use of this theorem, usages of this theorem escalate alongside the years achieved in school. It is established into trigonometry, aiding students to solve non-right angle problems combining several mathematical methods. The pythagorean theorem assists many architects, engineers, and chemists in their respective careers....   [tags: Pierre de Fermat]
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Problems Pierre LEnfant Encountered in Building Washington D.C. - Problems Pierre LEnfant Encountered in Building Washington D.C. Washington D.C., the capital of the United States of America, stands today as a monument to our country's unity and independence. "Its scheme of broad radiating avenues connecting significant focal points, its open spaces, and its grid pattern of streets" is credited to the genius of the French architect and engineer Pierre Charles L'Enfant. However, the process of designing and building Washington was far from easy a task for L'Enfant and he was not given due credit for his design until years after his death....   [tags: Papers] 1350 words
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History of the Ultrasonic Technology - ... magnetostrictor is create small-amplitude vibrations and revitalized at the frequency of ultrasonic Abrasive Slurry - The most types of abrasive • (SiC) silicon carbide germanium, ceramics glass • diamond (for rubies) • (Al2O3) corundum • (B4C) boron carbide its good in general, but also expensive • boron silicarbide (more abrasive than B4C) - Liquid • Oils • Glycerol • Benzene • water (the most use) - 100 to 800 is the typical grit size - High viscosity decreases MRR (material removal rate) Tool holder Tool holder connects and also holds the tool to the transducer....   [tags: piezoelectric effect, pierre curie, quartz] 720 words
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The Modern City of Paris - ... If I stand in front of the house, the steel structures and the large glass wall will portray and tell me that it was inspired by the industrial design at that moment it was built. “Maison de Verre seems to have regarded the work as a laboratory for the development of a hypothetical industrial architecture.” The obvious relation with industrial look in this house is the choosing of material and how the house was structured. Riveted steel columns (Figure 1) lined with fire resistant flat and iron railings reveal the sense of industrial design....   [tags: Maison de Verre, Pierre Chareau] 1252 words
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Georges-Pierre Seurat - During his short life, Georges-Pierre Seurat was an innovator in an age of innovators in the field of art. This french painter was a leader in a movement called neo-impressionist in the late 19th century. Unlike the broad brushstrokes of the impressionist, Seurat developed a technique called pointillism or divisionism. In this method, he used small dots or strokes of contrasting color to create the subtle changes contained within the painting. Seurat was an art scientist in that he spent much of his life, searching for how different colors and linear effects would change the look or texture of a canvas....   [tags: essays research papers fc]
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Pierre-Auguste Renoir - Pierre-Auguste Renoir Pierre-Auguste Renoir was born in 1841 to Marguerite Merlet and Léonard Renoir. In 1844 his family moved to Paris and by 1854, at the young age of thirteen, began painting flowers on porcelain cups and saucers. Through his parents, he began as a painter for the porcelain industry; his parents felt this was the perfect start for the beginnings of an artist. He came from the town of Limoges, where porcelain became almost a symbol of status and wealth. By 1860 he had left the porcelain factory in favor of becoming a full time painter; he was granted permission to copy paintings in the Lourve where he began to admire the eighteenth century masters....   [tags: Renoir Painter Biography Bio Essays]
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Pierre-Auguste Renoir - Pierre-Auguste Renoir Pierre-Auguste Renoir was born in 1841 to a tailor and dressmaker. He attended a Christian Brother's School where he was taught the rudiments of drawing. At the age of 13 he was apprenticed to a firm of porcelain painters, Levy Freres et Compagnie, whose workshops were near the Louvre. At the same time, he took drawing lessons from the sculptor Callouette. After serving his apprenticeship as a porcelain painter, he worked for a M. Gilbert, a manufacturer of blinds. In 1860 he became a student of Charles Gleyre and enrolled at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts....   [tags: Artist Art Biographies Biography Essays] 653 words
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Antoine Watteau's La Perspective - ... On the right side of the painting, children play on the ground, which shows how this is a joyful event. While there are many social interactions being made, the people in this painting are very generalized. Watteau purposely does not paint many of the people’s faces to put emphasis on the landscape and setting. The setting of La Perspective is most utilized to create intimacy. Set in a park in the middle of the woods, Watteau greatly emphasizes the landscape. Trees and foliage fill most of the painting, containing the space to this small clearing....   [tags: elements, Rococo style, Pierre Crozat] 695 words
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The Role of Education in Society as Discussed by Emile Durkheim, Pierre Bourdieu, and John W. Meyer - Theorists have long discussed the value of education in society as evidenced by the writings of Emile Durkheim, Pierre Bourdieu, and more recently John W. Meyer. Emile Durkheim believed in the theory of structural functionalism and its ability to provide social order. Durkheim felt institutions were a social fact that made the machine of society work in an orderly fashion. Education, being an institution has a standard set of rules accepted by individuals. Schools provide social groups, making the individual part of a larger cohesive collective society that provides the individual with a social network....   [tags: Education, learning] 626 words
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Mathematical Exploration: Exploring the Proofs of Fermat's Little Theorem - Unraveling the complex and diverse nature of numbers has always been a fascinating ordeal for me; that is what makes and keeps me interested in the world of mathematics. Finding out new number patterns and the relationship between numbers is nothing short of a new discovery; that is how my interest into learning more about and exploring Fermat's Little Theorem came about. INTRODUCTION OF FERMAT'S LITTLE THEOREM Pierre de Fermat was a French mathematician whose contribution to analytic geometry and calculus are duly noted....   [tags: little theorem, binomial theorem, pierre de fermat]
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Planet of the Apes by Pierre Boulle - ... Not only that, they were willing to do so at a greater distance than the females were. Furthermore, they also found that the copulation attempts took place more during the perineal swelling phase of the female bonobos, and that those that took place during this swelling phase were successful more of the time. Some of the approach and courting behaviors that Furuichi et al. observed were following, standing bipedally, raising arms, swaying back, touching the body, and shaking the branches (2004)....   [tags: book review and story analysis] 1091 words
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A Commentary on the Travel Writing of Pierre Jean Grosley and Ramond de Carbonnières - A Commentary on the Travel Writing of Pierre Jean Grosley and Ramond de Carbonnières Each summer, for the past five years, I have traveled to Savary Island, B.C. to "repose my wearied spirit" on the mountains, the ocean, and especially on the absence of civilization and the regular amenities thereof. The island is divided: the western half submits to residents who wish for large homes and tennis courts while the eastern half (Indian Point) supports those who want to escape from those very things....   [tags: Traveling Literature Essays Papers Analysis]
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A Comparison of Theories of Social Capital by Pierre Bourdieu and James Coleman - A Comparison of Theories of Social Capital by Pierre Bourdieu and James Coleman Social capital is a sociological theory which has gained increasing attention in recent years. Whilst Bourdieu can be credited with introducing the term to sociology, it was James Coleman who allowed the concept to gain widespread recognition, highlighting its importance as an individual notion. For Bourdieu social capital forms a part of an overarching theory of ‘fields’, ‘capital’ and their relation to class reproduction....   [tags: Papers] 2540 words
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Fermat’s Last Theorem - Fermat’s Last Theorem The year is 1637. Pierre de Fermat sits in his library, huddled over a copy of Arithmetica written by the Greek mathematician Diaphantus in the third century A. D. Turning the page, Fermat comes across the Pythagorean equation: x 2 + y 2 = z 2. He leans back in his chair to think and wonders if this property is limited to the power of two only. He bends over the book again, scanning ahead through the pages to look for any clues. Suddenly, he begins writing intensely in the margin: “It is impossible for a cube to be written as a sum of two cubes, or for a fourth power to be written as the sum of two fourth powers or, in general, for any number which is a power grea...   [tags: Pierre Fermat Math Mathematics Papers]
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Art Analysis of The Luncheon of the Boating Party vs A Sunday on La Grande Janette -      The Luncheon of the Boating Party by Pierre-Auguste Renoir is a piece full of rich colors that reflect both the time period and the artist’s impressionist style. This composition not only conveys a leisurely gathering of people, but also expresses the changing French social structure of the time due to the industrial revolution. To portray these themes Renoir uses, shape, space, color and texture. Shape is seen in the modeled figures and bottles, and space is created by overlapping of the bodies, but it does not give a realistic illusion of depth....   [tags: Pierre-Auguste Renoir Georges Seurat Art Painting] 878 words
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Pierre-Jacques Volaire The Eruption of Mount Vesuvius in 1771 - ... Another element that stands out almost as much as the lines is the use of texture. The realistic rockiness of the mountains, the fluffiness of the clouds, the still ness in the waters is portrayed perfectly through the use of textures. Volaire makes it so that one really believes that they are at the sighting of the exploding volcano and have the feeling of fear of the lava and the happiness that they are experiencing such a part of nature. And the lighting used was amazing, the ambient light made the picture pop....   [tags: appreciation of art, paintings] 1341 words
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Applying New Historicism to Lady Windermere’s Fan by by Oscar Wilde and Pierre Laville - ... Thus, individuals in society had to adhere to the traditional “rules” in order not become an outcast. The duchess only sees Mr. Hopper as “a commodity” (Eltis 92) and nothing more just like many other Victorian mothers see their daughters’ husbands. The Duchess says, “Oh, all of them, my dear, all of them, without any exception. And they never grow any better. Men become old, but they never become good.”(Wilde 48). This shows the Duchess’s low opinion of men and how they are only good for economic and well being situations....   [tags: submissive, victorian, gender] 791 words
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