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Horse Therapy - There are a few different types of therapy that uses horses. Hippotherapy means- “treatment with the help of a horse” (Naomi Scott). The word hippo is used because this term is derived from the greek word hippo which means horse. “Hippotherapy is generally indicated for children and adults with mild to severe neuromusculoskeletal dysfunction.” (Naomi Scott). This type of therapy uses the horses motion to improve on the neuromusculoskeletal dysfunction of the patient. These dysfunctions can include “abnormal muscle tone., impaired balance responses, impaired coordination, impaired communication, impaired sensorimotor function, postural asymmetry, poor postural control, decreased mobility, and limbic system issues related to arousal, motivation, and attention....   [tags: Psychology ] 1133 words
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The Poetry of Philip Larkin: A Comparision - The poems “Church Going” and “At Grass” were both written by Philip Larkin. “Church Going” is about a man entering a church and questioning the future of it, whereas “At Grass” documents the life of a (perhaps retired) racehorse. It is for this reason I thought for a start they wouldn’t have much in common, however, when I looked closer at them, I realised they contained very similar themes and were written in very much the same style. Like “At Grass”, “Church Going” conveys a sense of uncertainty from the start....   [tags: Poets, Poems] 648 words
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Horse Training Methods Measured Against Success Criteria - ... As one’s confidence grows, the career path will as well. Self-sufficiency is being able to operate on one’s own without outside help. When one is self-sufficient, they are dependent on themself and have created a network to work out of. When my career and opinions have become respected by other horsemen, being self-sufficient will be the next step. Becoming respected will be a difficult achievement. Creating a spot for myself in the equestrian world is important to success. Obtaining this spot will come naturally once I achieve a level of self-confidence....   [tags: Animal Research ]
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Animal Breeding Ethics - ... In "Sex Steroids in Serum of Prepubertal Male and Female Horses and Correlation with Bone Characteristics” the manipulation of estrogen receptors provides the basis for evaluation. In manipulating the estrogen receptors the experiment hoped to definitively establish a relationship between the benefits of estrogen as a supplement and their repercussions. Through the measurement of sex steroid levels in both immature and adult males and females a causal relationship between those levels and the development of the skeletal system was established....   [tags: Animal Rights ]
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The Columbian Exchange: Between the Old World and New World - The Columbian Exchange is a global exchange of goods and ideas between the Old World (Europe, Asia and Africa) and the New World (America). When Columbus first discovered America, Spain wanted to set up colonies. Columbus found some people that he named “Indians.” They colonies started to trade with each other, and by doing do, they started the Columbian Exchange. Many countries were involved in this trade, including China, Africa and Italy. This exchange of new ideas, traditions, food, religion and diet changed cultures everywhere....   [tags: Columbian Exchange, ] 485 words
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Moon of Two Dark Hoarses (Coshmoos Dream and Reality) - Coshmoo was a 14-year-old Indian boy who dreamed that there would be no war. He dreamed everyone would live in harmony. In reality, it was the French and Indian War and it was anything but harmonious. It was the 18th Century in America, which was a chaotic time in history. His tribe tried to stay neutral during the war, but it was difficult. Coshmoo wanted his family and tribe to be safe from the war. He had lost his dad in a battle a few years earlier, which was a painful loss to him. Coshmoo had dreams about a bear....   [tags: literary analysis, war] 523 words
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Animal Abuse - ... “The dogs injuries were horrific he had his fur singed, was blinded by the fire, and couldn’t lie down. One year later he had to be euthanized. They still don’t know who set the dog on fire. Shortly after Coco’s death a horse was shot in the head and killed. In May, the police removed ninety cats and dogs from a home in Boiling Springs. ”(Cawthon 2) The animals that survived are scared for life but some must be euthanized. Some owners don’t even realize how they are punishing their animals....   [tags: Ethical Issues, Animal Cruelty] 2021 words
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Equine Protozoal Myeloencepalitis - Equine Protozoal Myeloencepalitis Equine Protozoal Myeloencepalitis is a serious neurological disease in horses caused by a parasite protozoa thought to be sarcosystis neurona. The disease was first identified in the 1960’s when lesions and inflammation were seen in the brain and spinal cords of horses that had died of severe neurologic disease. Protozoa were discovered on the lesions in 1974, however the vector was unknown and the disease considered rare. Recently the opossum has been isolated as the probable vector and the likely parasite organism identified as Sarcosystis falcatula....   [tags: essays papers]
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The Banning of Motorbikes in Public Places - The Banning of Motorbikes in Public Places Last Sunday, I was out on the usual Sunday cycle with friends when 7 monster motorbikes came roaring past and up the steep muddy hill that we was cycling down. It was only when we had to pedal downhill through the churned up tracks of the motorbikes that I realised the problems that motorbikes cause. At that moment I began to ask myself should there be a ban on motorbikes in public places; or is it too late. I have arrived at the conclusion that motorbikes should be banned because they damage the ground on which they ride, if they are ridden irresponsibly....   [tags: Papers] 908 words
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Frank T. Hopkins - In the Old West days, several people changed the course of history for the United States. If I could be any of them, I would have wanted to be Frank T. Hopkins. If I were Frank Hopkins, this would be my life. I was born shortly after the Civil War in a log cabin in Fort Laramie, Wyoming. My father was an army scout and my mother was the daughter of a Sioux chief. Growing up, I often rode with the Indians to capture and break mustangs. In my early teens, I rode dispatch for Generals Miles and Crook....   [tags: Biography] 1235 words
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H.M. Scott Smith's, the Historical Houses of Prince Edward Island - H.M. Scott Smith's, the Historical Houses of Prince Edward Island H.M. Scott Smith's, the Historical Houses of Prince Edward Island, is a candid look into the more architecturally and historically significant buildings located on Prince Edward Island. Focusing particularly on those constructed in the 19th and early 20th centuries, Historical Houses of Prince Edward Island, features structures from the early days of the Micmac wigwams to the elegance of the Victorian presence. His purpose is to trace the evolution of the Islands housing in their form, decor, and construction over the course of time....   [tags: essays papers]
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Parliament works best when the government controls both houses. - Even before federation, our country had adopted and used a Democratic system of government. Democracy has played a major role in our system of government as it has developed over the decades since it was brought to Australian shores by the English and the first democratic parliaments were created. Over time Democracy has grown stronger as this system became the foundation of our society. Democracy in our government must also have an efficient system for it to function properly otherwise the disagreements in parliament and different views on issues in Australia would tear our government apart....   [tags: essays research papers] 1050 words
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How Charlotte Bronte Uses the Different Houses in Jane Eyre - How Charlotte Bronte Uses the Different Houses in Jane Eyre In the novel Jane Eyre, Charlotte Bronte uses different locations in particular different houses to produce a structural base for the story and to provide a basis for Jane’s progression through life and the changes she experiences. The houses are a background to the plot of Jane Eyre that is the evolution of Jane from lonely orphan at Gateshead into an established and well-developed character at Ferndean who is Mr Rochester’s equal. Throughout the story Jane lives in many houses all that are different in certain aspects but in some aspects they are similar....   [tags: Charlotte Bronte Jane Eyre Essays] 1497 words
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Horse Camp - As I opened the door to the barn, I could smell the strong scent of hay and I heard a horse whinny. As soon as I saw a tall horse more than twice the size of me, a twist of nervousness formed inside me and I wondered how I would ever be able to ride that thing. As the councillors from the “Horse Camp” put the sattles on the horses and handed us our helmets. (I later learned that my horses name was Bailey.) We all walked our horses out of the big scarlet coloured barn and attempted to put their feet in the stirrups and hop on....   [tags: Personal Experience] 695 words
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Preparing your Horse to Ride - Any good horseman should know that there are three very important steps to take into consideration when preparing to ride your horse. The following three steps; grooming, tacking up, and warming up, if done properly should lead to a trouble free enjoyable ride. Making sure your horse is thoroughly groomed is the first step to making him comfortable. Assuring the feet are picked and free of pebbles or stones are imperative to prevent any injuries to your horse’s feet. Next, comb out any tangles or debris from the forelock, (the horses bangs) mane, and tail....   [tags: Horse Riding] 706 words
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The Day I Witnessed the Raining of Fish - I grew up in Honduras, a country full of tradition and mystery. This is especially true in small towns like Yoro where my grandparents were born. I can remember summer time was the best time of the year for me. I was on vacation from school and able to go visit my grandparents. Ever since I can remember, I heard stories of the rain of fish. Some people say that it happens every year between June and July. Others believed it only came when God blesses the town. There are also the ones that just do not believe in the occurrence of the rain of fish....   [tags: Personal Narrative, Personal Experience] 1130 words
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Therapeutic Riding - Therapeutic riding is usually done with children because its easier for their bones to mend and recover. The goal of physical therapy for children with cerabal palsy is to decrease the influence of abnormal muscle tone. There are a few different types of therapy that uses horses. Hippo therapy means- treatment with the help of a horse from the greek word hippo. Hippo therapy is generally used for people with mild to severe neuromusculoskeletal dysfunction. Hippo therapy is not for every patient with disabilities....   [tags: Riding Programs]
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New Day Ranch - Boots crunch in the leaves signaling the start of a new day’s work. Maria is the owner of the New Day Ranch, a sanctuary for horses of all kinds. She wakes up every morning at the crack of dawn to tend to the dozen horses that reside at the Ranch. It is almost winter and she wanted the horses to enjoy the time they had outside before it would snow. Maria opened up the stables to let the horses out into the pasture accompanied by her two dogs Max and Twilly. She pulled them by the bridle, two at a time until the six that slept inside were freed into the fenced in fields....   [tags: Creative Writing Essay] 846 words
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Gruesome, Unique Twist on Classic Story - ... Lady Macbeth sleepwalks and Macbeth has a nightmare. With this nightmare, Polanski adds a twist to Shakespeare’s sleep theme with his own scene featuring Banquo and his son, Fleance. At this point in the film, “Macbeth, lying on his bed with open eyes, is helpless to prevent Fleance from raising and putting the crown, helpless to prevent Banquo’s hands from pressing on his throat” (Kilman 204). Polanski is clever to preserve this image of sleep since this image is prominent in Shakespeare’s Macbeth....   [tags: Shakespearean Literature ]
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The Changing Fortunes of the Houses of York and Lancaster in the Period 1450 - 1461 - The Changing Fortunes of the Houses of York and Lancaster in the Period 1450 - 1461 Although opinions as to when the Wars of the Roses began vary, the armed conflict is concentrated in the period 1455-1485. The first battle was in St Alban’s on May 22nd 1455. In the early 1450’s Henry VI’s bad choices resulted in a series of humiliating defeats that ended with the loss of all Britain’s land in France with the exception of Calais. This in turn led to some of Henry’s previously loyal subjects to consider overthrowing him....   [tags: Papers] 765 words
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Strengths and Weaknesses of the Mongolian Empire - The Mongolian Empire was an empire which consisted of nomadic peoples. In addition, this empire would transform Afro-Eurasia into a place where alliances were formed. However, the Mongolians never had a stable empire but “…succeeded in bringing parts of the world together.” (text, 459) This empire would eventually stretch to all four corners of “…Afro- Eurasia’s main worlds.” (text, 462) This was also an empire that was made up of forest and prairie peoples. The Mongolian Empire was somewhat unstable but, skillful in military campaigns, and provided many roles for women; furthermore, the Mongols brought various regions of Afro- Eurasia together....   [tags: World History, informative, research paper] 677 words
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Comparing Bioclimatic Features of Thomas Herzog's House at Regensburg with Two Other Eco-Friendly Houses of the 20th Century - The House at Regensburg was built in 1979 and is located in Regensburg, Germany. It was designed by Thomas Herzog a German architect born in Munich 1941. Many of Herzog’s buildings are associated with bioclimatic architecture and eco-friendly buildings mainly due to the fact Herzog was involved in the concept of solar power technology. During this essay I will analyse Thomas Herzog’s House at Regensburg and explain the themes and principles behind different aspects of the house in comparison to two other bioclimatic or eco-friendly houses in the 20th century....   [tags: architecture] 2285 words
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The Early Years of Keeneland History - The Early Years of Keeneland History Kentucky’s open grasslands had attracted the type of settler who loved horses because of its great beauty. Also, Kentucky imposed richness of soil minerals, abundance of water, and suitable climate, terrain, and vegetation that attracted these people. People that lived in Kentucky possessed a great love and pride for sporting horses. Their love and passion of horses would shape the Thoroughbred world of today. The horse industry in Kentucky expanded rapidly with the great passion of breeding and sporting horses....   [tags: essays research papers fc]
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Horse Sense - The typical way to classify horses is by breed. The American Quarter horse is the most popular breed in America, especially in Texas. They are the work horses on ranches, the most popular for showing and competing in speed events such as barrel racing. Another popular breed is the Paint horse, which to me is nothing me than an American Quarter horse that is not a solid color, usually they are brown or black with white areas on their bodies. There is also the Arabian breed, they are known for their endurance, which I am sure they get from their ancestors being used in the desserts of Arabia....   [tags: Personal Essays] 708 words
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Animal Farm by George Orwell - Animal Farm by George Orwell The animals on the farm were enraged. They knew the pigs had betrayed them, and they were prepared to get even. The next few days were the worst in the farms short history. The pigs had changed a lot in the eyes of the animals. Napoleon was no longer a leader but rather a traitor. All Squealer's beliefs had become worthless and were all seen as fake. The older animals were now assured that things had changed for the worse since Jones's days. This was the last straw in their eyes....   [tags: Papers] 749 words
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Comparison of Sitcoms - Comparison of Sitcoms All 3 of my sitcoms I have chosen are great British, hugely popular and critically praised. All of them were written by there own single writer unlike in America where they had a team of writers to produce a single sitcom. The 3 sitcoms I have picked are Only Fools and Horses, Fawlty Towers and Porridge. Only Fools and Horses was first shown on the BBC in 1981 and started with a total of 3 main charters and 5 regular sub-characters. The 3 main characters they started out with were Del, Rodney and Granddad Trotter....   [tags: Papers] 701 words
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Representation of Gender in Television Sitcoms - Representation of Gender in Television Sitcoms “Men behaving badly” and “Only fools and horses” are both exceedingly hilarious sitcoms, Only fools and horses was shown on the BBC and Men behaving badly shown on ITV (but later moving to BBC with a later time), when it first hit our screens. Although they eventually began to fade out the sitcoms, well at least off of the standard channels of one to five. Now days the BBC and ITV only produce special episodes around Christmas time and on other special occasions....   [tags: Papers] 613 words
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Lewis And Clark - The Lewis and Clark expedition across the present day United States began May 14, 1804. With the approval of President Jefferson and the U.S. Congress, Lewis and Clark gathered an exploration party of about four dozen men. These men headed off to discover Western America. On September 1, 1805, they arrived at the Bitterroot Mountains, near present day Idaho. This began a nightmare that would not end until they reached modern-day Weippe. September 1, 1805, the explorers set out traveling west, heading into rough, seldom traveled, mountainous country....   [tags: essays research papers fc]
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Throwing Stones in Glass Houses - ... However, throughout the 1990s it was indication that some Somali men and youth were returning to Somalia to fight on behalf of their clans.17 Furthermore, Dadaab was being cautiously regarded for terrorist activities and recruitment by al-Qaeda following the bombings of the US embassy in Nairobi 1998 and the bombing of hotels in Mombasa in 2002. Kathi Austin, director of the Arms and Conflict Program for the NGO Fund for Peace discovered in 2000 that there were links between arms trafficking between Somalia and Kenya and also discovered terrorist elements operating within Dadaab.18 Consequently, Kenya chose to close its 682 kilometer-long border to Somalia as the situation in Somalia further deteriorated in 2007.19 Despite this, the border has remained porous and refugees continue to enter Kenya and Kenya’s greatest fear is that the problems plaguing Somalia are being brought with them....   [tags: International Conflict ]
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The State Fair Horse Show - The State Fair Horse Show As a small child, my parents and I made an annual pilgrimage to the State Fair. For my parents, the primary objective of the trip was to attend the World Championship Horse Show in Freedom Hall. My major enjoyment as a young child was the midway and the fair rides; however, this changed as I grew older. My perception of the State Fair was one filled with amazement and adventure. The loud music of the rides and the familiar, huge crowds overwhelmed me with excitement....   [tags: Observation Place Descriptive] 474 words
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Literary Response to Gulliver’s Travels - Literary Response to Gulliver’s Travels 1.) Interpret the ending of Book IV in Gulliver’s Travels. How are we to understand Gulliver’s very strange behavior. In Book IV, Lemuel Gulliver’s fourth and final journey places him in the land of the Houyhnhnm, a civilization of intellectual, sensible horses, and senseless, inferior, and indecent humans. As Swift does throughout the novel, he ties his satire closely with Gulliver’s perceptions of the different world around him in his last adventure; these chapters do not change the method of Swift’s satire....   [tags: essays papers] 513 words
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"I Want to Know Why": A Reality Check - Sherwood Anderson's "I Want to Know Why" shows how a young boy realizes that his role model is not who he thought would be. The boy had just turned fifteen and had a passion for thoroughbred horses. His small town of Beckersville was filled with men who owned farmland and raced horses, his friends were just as passionate as he was. The boy and three of his friends from Kentucky went on a trip alone to see a horse race in Saratoga.. Before the race began, he wandered down to see Sunstreak, a beautiful thoroughbred, and knew for a fact he would win the race hands down that day....   [tags: American Literature] 416 words
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Billy Pilgrim's Struggle with PTSD in Vonnegut's Slaughterhouse Five - In order to illustrate the devastating affects of war, Kurt Vonnegut afflicted Billy Pilgrim with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), which caused him to become “unstuck in time” in the novel. Billy Pilgrim illustrates many symptoms of PTSD throughout the story. Vonnegut uses these Slaughterhouse Five negative examples to illustrate the horrible and devastating examples of war. The examples from the book are parallel to real life experiences of war veterans, including Vonnegut’s, and culminate in a very effective anti-war novel....   [tags: Slaughterhouse Five]
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The Rain of Fish - The Rain of fish I grew up in Honduras, Which is country full of tradition and mystery. Especially in small towns like Yoro were my grandparents were born. I can remember summer time was the best time of the year for me, because I was on vacation from school and I was able to go visit my grandparents. Ever since I can remember, I had heard of the rain of fish that some people said happens every year sometime between June and July. Others believed it was only when God blesses the town and there are the ones that just do not believe in the occurrence of the rain of fish....   [tags: Personal Experience] 1081 words
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The History of Veterinary Medicine - ... Bertin, however had a different path in mind compared to Bourgelat. Bertin saw the grander picture of things. With the massive impact on the French agriculture as well as the impact of the cattle plague his main focus was to study the impact of these diseases, with treatment and prevention on the top of his list. Through their hard work and devotion the worlds first veterinary school, L'Ecole Veterinaire de Lyon, opened on January 1st 1762. With the development of these institutions for higher learning we started to understand the link between the death of cattle and live-stock with mosquitos, fly’s etc....   [tags: Medical History ]
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Utopian Dysfunctionalism - ... This insinuates that utopians do not “believe in the natural goodness of man” (Kumar 29). Utopias assume the mindset of overcoming all obstacles with reason. Moral dilemmas are absent because there is no right or wrong. Inhabitants of utopia simply rely on reason to make decisions (Kumar 29-30). As a result of the findings from these two books, one can better interpret the utopia that Gulliver became familiar with for over three years. To begin with, one can clearly see that Houyhnhnm is based on fact and reason just as Utopian Thought explicitly argues (Hertzler 312)....   [tags: Philosophy]
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Han and Roman Empires - ... During the 1st century BCE (Doc 2) Huan Guan a Han government official had seen that the tools being provided to the workers from the state are hard and brittle. Saying that the physical appearance of tools may look useful but in terms of actually using them, they were not very useful for getting salt and iron. The state had provided cheap tools to hard workers that get paid very little but yet they are selling the iron and salt for intensely high prices, which no one can afford. The government is going along a route that will put people into poverty from the small pay to having an over abundance of salt and iron....   [tags: History, Huan Tan] 2674 words
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The Russian Horse: Vitality, Personality, and Politics - Horses in Russia were necessary for so many things, it's no wonder they were presented in literature so often. They have a significant presence as far as the story line is concerned, due to the fact that most traveling is done with a horse or horses, horses are used for work, and, in Kasbich's case, they act as friends who will never share your secrets. Their significant presence hence lends itself to an even greater role. Since they were already an integral part of the tale, Russian authors gave more importance to their roles, and it only makes sense for horses to act as symbols and metaphors for all sorts of things, such as livelihood, an important character's personality, or allusions to the current events of Russia....   [tags: European Literature] 1010 words
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Cultural Impact of Technology Transfer - Cultural Impact of Technology Transfer Human history has demonstrated that the flow of information is inevitable; cultures across the world have been trading ideas for thousands of years. Dick Teresi claims, however, that "a technology evolves within a culture and its particular demands and preoccupations, intertwined with that society’s particular environment.” (Teresi, 356) While this statement holds true for many innovations, not all technologies are direct products of the cultures using them....   [tags: Exemplification Essays]
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The Relationship Between Technology and Human Culture - The Relationship Between Technology and Human Culture Human culture and technology are continually co-evolving in a dynamic relationship. All technologies (See Note 1) develop in a particular cultural context as the result of changing needs or constraints. But once developed, a technology changes the culture that gave it birth. When a technology spreads to another culture, the cultural context affects the speed or way in which the technology is adopted and how it is used. The diffusion of technologies to other cultures changes those other cultures as well....   [tags: Sociology Essays Research Papers]
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Russell, Strawson, and William of Ockham - Realism and conventionalism generally establish the parameters of debate over universals. Do abstract terms in language refer to abstract things in the world. The realist answers yes, leaving us with an inflated ontology; the conventionalist answers no, leaving us with subjective categories. I want to defend nominalism — in its original medieval sense, as one possibility that aims to preserve objectivity while positing nothing more than concrete individuals in the world. First, I will present paradigmatic statements of realism and conventionalism as developed by Russell and Strawson....   [tags: Philosophy of Language] 4040 words
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Argument in the Apology - The main argument in The Apology by famous ancient Greek philosopher Plato is whether, notorious speaker and philosopher Socrates is corrupting the youth by preaching ungodly theories and teaching them unlawful ideas that do harm to individuals and society. In his words Socrates quoted the prosecution’s accusation against him: “Socrates is guilty of corrupting the minds of the young, and of believing in supernatural things of his own invention instead of the gods recognized by the state.” 1 Further Socrates consistently introduces tediously compiled number of examples to provide valid and sound arguments to prove that he is innocent of the charges brought up against him to the court....   [tags: Plato Socrates] 881 words
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The Highwayman - Their journey to London was not a long one, but in the night, it was a treacherous one. A rolling fog covered the land, one couldn't see twenty feet ahead, but in the still, quiet night, sound carried for a mile. They began their trek in the early evening, the sun had yet to dip below the horizon. The passengers needed in London, could not wait for the next morning. The stage driver was the best to be found, his fee large, but his experience was priceless. He was accompanied by another man with a large rifle....   [tags: Creative Writing] 1104 words
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Defense of Socrates - Defense of Socrates There are times in every mans life where our actions and beliefs collide—these collisions are known as contradictions. There are endless instances in which we are so determined to make a point that we resort to using absurd overstatements, demeaning language, and false accusations in our arguments. This tendency to contradict ourselves often questions our character and morals. Similarly, in The Trial of Socrates (Plato’s Apology), Meletus’ fallacies in reason and his eventual mistake of contradicting himself will clear the accusations placed on Socrates....   [tags: essays research papers] 1586 words
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Fools Crow by James Welch - Fools Crow by James Welch We turn back the clock as Welch draws on historical sources and Blackfeet cultural stories in order to explore the past of his ancestors. As a result, he provides a basis for a new understanding of the past and the forces that led to the deciding factor of the Plains Indian tribes. Although Fools Crow reflects the pressure to assimilate inflicted by the white colonizers on the Blackfeet tribes, it also portrays the influence of economic changes during this period. The prosperity created by the hide trade does not ultimately protect the tribe from massacre by the white soldiers....   [tags: Fools Crow James Welch Essays] 2034 words
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General Haig's Background and Military Experience - General Haig's Background and Military Experience General Haig is one of the most important men in world war history, made famous for his tactics of the battle of the Somme, where thousands of soldiers died, apparently needlessly. In this question, I will be looking into Haig's life, and how it shaped him into the army leader in 1915. [IMAGE]Text Box: Haig at private school in 1887. He is at the extreme left of the back row. Haig was born in 1862, the youngest of eleven children, to a rich family that had made their money out of whiskey....   [tags: Papers] 2547 words
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My Work Experience Report - My Work Experience Report For my work experience placement, I went to Barkers Riding Stables in Helmsley for both of the two weeks. At first I wanted to go to the stables for one week, and then to the Stephen Joseph Theatre in Scarborough for the last week. My mind was strongly changed about going to the theatre when I heard things about it from my friends who had been there previously. I had heard that you didn’t really get a chance to experience the acting career, instead spent more time in the cafeteria and box office....   [tags: Papers] 933 words
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Roman Sports - Roman Sports I chose Roman sport because there are many Roman sports all of which are very interesting. For example chariot racing a violent but exciting sport. From the name you would imagine a horse and chariot going round and round a course but it was more than that : they rammed each other hoping to smash the other racer's chariot. In each lap you never knew what might happen. I also chose roman sport because I think gladiatorial fights would have been amazing to see and I know quite a lot of information on them....   [tags: Papers] 1896 words
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Truth, War, and Mongols - Truth, War, and Mongols A historic empire that made an immense impact throughout history, it's being influenced the world around it, it's people were advanced and innovative for the time. The Mongolian empire began at around 1200 A.D. and throughout it's long and large existence, influential ideas and developments were created. Their horsemanship, their militancy, their nomadic lifestyle, their leadership system, their fall and their impact make up all of the components that are needed to fully understand and appreciate the history of the Mongolian empire....   [tags: Mongolian Empires History Essays]
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Substituting Pain for Passion in Peter Shaffer’s Equus - Equus is as complex as the human mind. Exploring psychological questions such as what does it mean to be normal, and should individuality be sacrificed for the sake of normality. Whilst propelling a mystery, crime story, and a psychological thriller, Peter Shaffer’s Equus examines the minds of a young stable boy who has blinded several horses and the aging psychiatrist asked to “cure” him. But would a “cure” really normalize the teenager. A seventeen year old boy, Alan is brought to a psychiatric hospital because he has blinded six horses with a hoof pick....   [tags: Peter Shaffer, Equus] 700 words
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