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Analysis Of Daniel Defoe 's ' Robinson Crusoe '

- In Robinson Crusoe, Daniel Defoe writes under the guise of a shipwrecked man who establishes his own empire while alone on an island. In fact, the novel was originally published without Defoe 's name attached. Instead, it was presented as a true story as written by Crusoe to tell the world of his adventures. Robinson Crusoe is also known to have some very close parallels with John Locke 's Second Treatise of Government. In fact, some interpret it as a simply Locke 's ideas repackaged into a work of fiction....   [tags: Robinson Crusoe, Novel, Ibn Tufail]

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The Mystic Knights Band and Daniel Robert Elfman

- Daniel Robert Elfman known as Danny Elfman was born May 29, 1953 in Amarillo Texas. He grew up in Los Angeles until he moved to France with his brother at the age of 18. His mother Blossom Elfman was a teacher and a writer and his father Milton was a teacher and was also in the Air Force. His brother Robert is a filmmaker. He was married to Bridget Fonda on November 29, 2003 and has scored one movie of hers in 1997. He has three children Lola born in 1979, Mali born in 1984, and Oliver born in 2005....   [tags: music, filmmaker, discography]

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Analysis Of Daniel Goleman 's Presentation I Watched

- Emotional Intelligence Exploratory The Daniel Goleman’s presentation I watched was called “The Introduction to Emotional Intelligence”. I learned that emotional intelligence has 4 main domains including self awareness, self management. empathy, and summarizing it all. Self awareness is knowing what you feel and why you’ll feeling it. Self management is handling your distress emotional in an effective way. This way they don 't cripple you and get in the way of what you are doing. You can turn to them when you need to learn what you must, every emotion has a function....   [tags: Psychology, Emotion, Feeling, Ethics]

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My Great Grandpa By Juan Daniel Ruiz Andujar

- Family is one of the greatest things that life has to offer. Everyone in your family has a different story to tell about the way that they were brought up and how their parents got here. There is much more to family than just mom, dad, aunts, and uncle 's. In Lorain, there is a lot of untold history by many people of their families. In Lorain, we are not called the international city for nothing. You may never be able to hear all those stories individually, but, I’ll tell you about my family history....   [tags: Family, Grandparent, Puerto Rico]

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Human Development: Erik Erikson and Daniel Levinson

- Human development describes the life stages of human beings that progress from birth to death. This essay will use theorists Erik Erikson and Daniel Levinson to compare early adulthood to middle adulthood focusing on their physical, cognitive, and social development. The essay will also define stress and discuss the best ways to cope with stress. Young adulthood refers to adults aged 20 to 40 (Berk, 2003). Young adults are at the peak of their physical development (Papalia, Olds, & Feldman, 2004)....   [tags: intimacy versus isolation theories]

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Devil And Daniel Webster

- The Devil and Daniel Webster Movie In the movie and the short story, &quot;The Devil and Daniel Webster&quot;, written by Stephen Vincent Benet, there is illustrated the battle between the forces of good and evil. Although the story allows the reader to mentally picture the scenes and the movie does the depicting for the viewer, there are several similarities in each script. Some of these similarities are the way the characters are depicted and the final scene. There are several incongruous scenes between the short story and the way the movie unfolds....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Daniel Defoe's Robin Crusoe

- Daniel Defoe used realism to enhance his novel, Robin Crusoe. Many critics agree with this statement, while some think that he should have been more accurate with his realism. Critics also found the book to be very enlightening and beneficial to read and they found that it appealed to a very wide variety of people including the rich and poor and the young and old. Last but not least, some critics found that it showed lack of ability to create characters and events. Daniel Defoe was born to James and Mary Defoe in St....   [tags: essays research papers fc]

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Devial And Daniel Webster

- The play "The Devil and Daniel Webster" was boiring as watching grass grow. The audience struggled to find a comfortable position to stay awake. This disappointing production was stale and went nowhere. Unfortuneltly the audience was unable to develop any emotional relationship with the main characters. THe play predictablitly created an atmosphere of distisfaction. Stephen Vincent Benet obviously was having a bad day when writing this script. Benet uses his three main characters as symbols of mans struggle with good and evil....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Daniel Boone

- Daniel Boone was born on October 22, 1734 and later died on September 26, 1820. He was an American pioneer and hunter whose frontier explorations made him one of the first heroes of the United States. Boone is most famous for his exploration and settlement of what is now the state of Kentucky. Despite resistance from American Indians, for whom Kentucky was a traditional hunting ground, in 1775 Boone blazed the Wilderness Road through the Cumberland Gap and into Kentucky. There he founded Boonesborough, one of the first English-speaking settlements beyond the Appalachian Mountains....   [tags: Biography]

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Daniel Deronda

- Daniel Deronda Daniel Deronda, the final novel published by George Eliot, was also her most controversial. Most of Eliot’s prior novels dealt largely with provincial English life but in her final novel Eliot introduced a storyline for which she was both praised and disparaged. The novel deals not only with the coming of age of Gwendolyn Harleth, a young English woman, but also with Daniel Deronda’s discovery of his Jewish identity. Through characters like Mirah and Mordecai Cohen, Eliot depicts Jewish cultural identity in the Victorian period....   [tags: Essays Papers]

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Daniel Boone

- The Legacy of a Great Pioneer Daniel Boone was a man with a vision. The thrill of nature and journey within it were grounded in him since childhood and stuck with him all of his life. Ahead of his time he was a pioneer in all aspects of the word. He was a man of the frontier and an exploring trailblazer in search for new and promising lands west in the new country. But most importantly he was a man who developed new techniques and new areas of thought when it came to hunting and dealing with the native peoples....   [tags: Biography]

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Daniel Fahrenheit

- Daniel Fahrenheit Daniel Fahrenheit was born in the Polish city of Gdansk on the 14th of May 1686. He was the oldest of five children and only fifteen when his parents both died. The city council put the four younger Fahrenheit children in foster homes. But Daniel Fahrenheit was instead to complete a four year apprenticeship in which he learnt about bookkeeping. After his four years were over he turned to physics and became a glassblower and instrument maker. In 1701, Fahrenheit spent ten years traveling round Europe, meeting scientists....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Daniel Pearl

- The tape began with the Wall Street Journal reporter saying, "My name is Daniel Pearl. I'm a Jewish-American. My father is Jewish. My mother is Jewish. I am a Jew." Then, looking at the camera, he recounted numerous family visits to Israel and noted that a street in a town in Israel was named after his great-grandfather, who was one of the founders of the town. Pearl's kidnappers had accused him of being an agent for the CIA and for the Mossad, Israel's intelligence agency. The Wall Street Journal and the U.S....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Daniel Pearl

- WASHINGTON (CNN) -- Intensive negotiations are under way with Pakistan for the extradition to the United States of Ahmed Omar Saeed Sheikh, the top suspect in the kidnapping and killing of Wall Street Journal reporter Daniel Pearl, the White House said Monday. Other government officials said that federal prosecutors from the U.S. attorney's office in Washington are working on bringing criminal charges in the case. But officials refused to comment on how soon a grand jury might bring any indictments....   [tags: essays research papers]

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King Darius' Pride in the Book of Daniel

- King Darius' Pride in the Book of Daniel Have you ever found yourself being a little too proud of your accomplishments. I know, being a performer in a Christian singing group, that it is easy to think that I am all that and a bag of chips. I usually get punished or humiliated by God in some way. God works funny like that. It seems that every time I think that I performed well someone tells me that our performance was not all that it was cracked up to be. This is extremely humbling and when looked back upon embarrassing....   [tags: Papers]

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What Is Our True History?

- Why did no one ever tell us how our world actually came to be. This novel gives us a completely new and different way to look at our world. The protagonist, Julie, in Daniel Quinn’s novel, “My Ishmael”, leads us through an unbelievable sequence of events. We get to learn how Julie, a young teenager that goes through her own personal paradigm shift through the teachings of a telepathic gorilla, Ishmael. Ishmael helps Julie see the world in a completely new way, facilitating her understanding on how the world might have been different if there certain events didn’t occur in our past....   [tags: Daniel Quinn's My Ishmael]

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Horsmanden's Journal of the Proceedings

- Daniel Horsmanden’s Journal of the Proceedings was written with a specific purpose in mind which he openly acknowledges in his introduction. Horsmanden claims that it was for “the public benefit” (Zabin, p.46) and inspired by the fact that some individuals believed “there was no plot at all” (Zabin, p.45). He hoped that by displaying the facts of the case he could prove to the people of New York City that the proceedings were just and that there was a great need to keep close supervision on their African slaves (Zabin, p.45)....   [tags: Analysis, Daniel Horsmanden]

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Good Things Come Throughout Threes

- Good things come in threes. The power of three suggests that those that come in threes are funnier, more satisfying, and more effective. Maybe that is why there are always up to three people that affects one’s life. Three people make a social circle. Eighteen years into Fariha Alam’s life did she realize who her three were. Born on October 18, 1997, she knew the mother she was born to would always be one of those three. As she progressed later in life, transitioning at a very young age from life in Brooklyn, New York to the metro Atlanta area she found her other half - Sanjee....   [tags: Family, Mother, Cousin, Daniel]

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Free Will, Deliberation, And Determinism

- In Philosophy, one of the most controversial discussions is whether or not humans actually have free will to make the choices and do the actions that they desire to complete. In order to understand the argument, defining key terms like free will, deliberation, and determinism is vital. One Philosopher, Daniel Dennett, explores the topic and issues of free will and determinism in his 1984 book Elbow Room. I disagree with Dennett view and I believe that humans do not have free will. We are controlled by several things, like our evolutionary past and genetics, or environment, and they all play into determinism....   [tags: Free will, Determinism, Daniel Dennett]

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Daniel Defoe and the Apparition of Mrs Veal

- "Wherever God erects a house of prayer, The devil always builds a chapel there, And't will be found, upon examination, The latter has the largest congregation" (Defoe, The True-Born Englishman. Part I. Line1). Daniel Defoe was a man of many beliefs, from political to spiritual he was complex in his values. He was roughly a merchant, soldier, factory owner, bankrupt, spy, pamphleteer, convict, journalist, editor, politically disruptive writer, and novelist. However to this day, his life and works are an interesting and remarkable topic for the curious to delve into....   [tags: Biography]

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Abnormal Psychology in The Minds Of Billy Milligan

- The Minds of Billy Milligan Out of all the classes that I have taken here at Westfield State College, I can honestly say that Abnormal Psychology has been by far the most interesting. Since this course has had such a major influence on me this semester, I am strongly considering continuing my education in this field of psychology. Throughout the semester, we studied a number of intriguing disorders. The disorder that really seemed to catch my attention was the Dissociative Identity Disorder (DID)....   [tags: Daniel Keyes]

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You're Speaking My Language

- Language; we use it everyday. From describing portraits to our family and friends, or calling out plays during a football game with our classmates, people utilize language every moment. But how did this “language” evolve. Daniel Dor, an Israeli linguist, created a theory of Language as a Communication Technology, which is “a new general framework for the description, analysis and explanation of language as a socially-constructed communication technology, designed by cultural evolution to allow for communication across the experiential gaps between its users.” Dor argues that language is related to it's function of communicating to others rather than being and “organ” as seen in Chomsky's arg...   [tags: linguist Daniel Dor's theory]

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Daniel Quinn’s Ishmael - Horrifying

- Ishmael: Horrifying Among the people of your culture, which want to destroy the world. Which want to destroy it. As far as I know, no one specifically wants to destroy the world. And yet you do destroy it, each of you. Each of you contribute daily to the destruction of the world. This truth was stated by a gorilla named Ishmael who, through his experiences of being taken from the jungle, placed in a zoo in the 1930's, put in a menagerie, and bought by a private owner named Mr. Sokolow, had all the time in a world to think about the world around him....   [tags: Quinn Ishmael Essays]

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Ruby Daniel’s Ruby of Cochin: an Indian Jewish Woman Remembers

- My paper will attempt to critically analyze the representation of history and identity in Ruby Daniel’s memoir, Ruby of Cochin: An Indian Jewish Woman Remembers, published in 2002. It is a landmark work since it being the first memoir “written by a Jewish woman from the Indian community of Cochin” (Irene Eber). Situated within the context of Cochin Jews, Daniel attempts to interlink a series of personal lived histories with the larger national histories. Using the case study of Cochin Jews, the writer examines the hitherto socio-cultural historical representations and their underlying political agenda....   [tags: Ruby of Cochin]

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Daniel 9 : 24-27 And Their Relationship On God 's Final Plan For Israel

- The meaning of Daniel 9:24-27 is to provide a message of life and an assurance that the Lord has sovereignly decreed a forthcoming timeline of events concerning the restoration Israel, the coming Messiah and the establishment of his kingdom. The purpose of this paper is to demonstrate the various eschatological elements present in Daniel 9:24-27 and their relationship to God’s final plan for Israel. The study was initially undertaken through an inductive analysis of the passage followed by a review of commentaries and theological encyclopedias....   [tags: Jesus, Bible, Angel, Christian eschatology]

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Coming to America in Lois Green's Essay, The Rise of Daniel Clocker

- ... Daniel Clocker didn’t want great wealth but he hoped for a better future in America and nothing to do with England. In 1636, Clocker joined a group of 160 public young servant men many of them lived in the fort but the rest lived in the cabins. Daniel was put to work growing tobacco, Indian corn, beans, peas in nearby fields, and cabbages. Cornwaleys had used his servants to build the fort, put temporary housing for settlers, and raised tobacco. Daniel also helped in the fields and construction projects where he could gain many experience in planting and carpentry which could be useful in his later life....   [tags: opportunity, tobacco, dream]

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"The Devil and Tom Walker" and "The Devel and Daniel Webster" - Two Modern Faustian Legends

- A Faustian legend is a story in which a character trades something of great personal value to the devil in order to receive personal gain. Since this type of literature originated in the Fourth Century it has spread throughout the world. Two relatively recent versions of this legend are “The Devil and Tom Walker” by Washington Irving and “The Devil and Daniel Webster” by Vincent Benét. These stories show many similarities as well as a few differences. While both Benét and Irving present similar themes in setting of the tales and motivation in the Faustian character, they do differ in the nature of that character and their visual presentation of the Devil....   [tags: Literature Analysis]

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Daniel Defoe’s Robinson Crusoe

- Daniel Defoe’s Robinson Crusoe, is a novel rich with its varying themes. Among these, is a theme about fathers and sons. This is seen throughout the novel with actual fathers and father figures. Concerning Robinson Crusoe himself, this theme acts as a developmental tool which can be seen from the beginning to the end. At the beginning, we are introduced to Robinson Crusoe and his father. This of course is an obvious observation to make. As the story progresses, we see Crusoe befall many misfortunes, which can be traced to his “original sin” concerning his father, and his disobedience to his prophetic warning about going to sea....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Daniel Defoe’s Robinson Crusoe

- In order to gain someone’s true feeling regarding a certain situation, one looks at many factors about them. The most key is the person’s attitude. They may show a strong positive attitude or flipped around, they may show a strong negative feeling for whatever the matter is. In Daniel Defoe’s fictional novel, Robin Crusoe, the protagonist, Robin Crusoe, manages to show his attitudes concerning the non-Europeans, more specifically his servant, Friday, the Portuguese captain, and nature in general....   [tags: Crusoe Defoe Analysis]

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Paisajistas mexicanos: José María Velasco y Daniel Thomas Egerton

- Introducción Daniel Tomas Egerton y Jose María Velasco fueron dos pintores muy importantes y reconocidos en México durante el siglo XIX. Sus aportes como paisajistas fueron tan reconocidos que aun en el siglo XXI siguen siendo reconocidos; aunque los dos fueron ampliamente reconocidos en Europa y gran parte de América, principalmente en Estados Unidos, uno de los dos, José María Velasco siendo más importante por el pueblo mexicano, principalmente por el hecho de haber nacido en México, a diferencia de Daniel Thomas Egerton que nació en el Reino Unido....   [tags: spanish essay]

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Three Different Kinds of Elements in the The Talent Code by Daniel Coyle

- Review: Coyle, Daniel (2009). The Talent Code. New York: Random House (Extract from Chapter 1- The Sweet Spot) “Greatness isn’t born. It’s grown” (Coyle, 2009). Here starts Daniel Coyle’s bestselling book “The Talent Code”, which includes the article in review: “The Sweet Spot”. Its paper has the argument that the “Talent Code” is formed by three different kind of elements, the first of all is based on deep practice, which involves not only having a talent or practicing a skill but also accepting that is good to make mistakes due to the fact that it lead us to another level, developing both of our abilities and connection with the environment, society and ourselves, forming a cycle that g...   [tags: progress, deep practice, skills]

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Crime in The Fortunes & Misfortunes of the Famous Moll Flanders by Daniel Defoes

- ​Crime has been something that has plagued us as a species since we started walking the Earth. Although it didn’t create a face for itself until the Eighteenth-Century when there became a split in economic identity, as well as a separation in gender. In Daniel Defoe’s “The Fortunes & Misfortunes of the Famous Moll Flanders,” the central female character, is driven by a lust to rise above what she has been born into, but through a series of unfortunate events and gender norm, she is forced to step out of social norms to achieve the life that she believes that she deserves....   [tags: industrial revolution, victms ]

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Improvement in the Works of by Daniel Defoe, Benjamin Franklin, and Adam Smith

- How many types of improvement can be possible for human nature. In many works written by many philosophers we can see the major improvements of human society through experimentation. Human beings can make progress both individually and collectively. In the works by Daniel Defoe, Benjamin Franklin, and Adam Smith, I am able to analyze how both individual and collective improvement are related through the habit and practice required to make progress possible. Through my analysis I have come to the conclusion that individual and collective improvements are driven by the desire to satisfy the needs within a person as well as within society....   [tags: progress, benjamin franklin, adam smith]

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Greed in King Lear, by William Shakespeare, and Robinson Crusoe, by Daniel Defoe

- The play, The Tragedy Of King Lear, by William Shakespeare, and the story, Robinson Crusoe, by Daniel Defoe, are very different in various ways, from the way the story was told to how the story was set. Despite how different the stories are there was one connection that particularly stood out to me, being the greed shared by most of the main characters in both stories. Goneril, Regan, and Edmund in King Lear and Robinson Crusoe in his own story, were looking to make their lives better and seek out money and power, despite what it may take....   [tags: play and story analysis and comparison]

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Drive: The Surprising Truth About What Motivates Us, by Daniel Pink

- Ever since I began my teaching career, I have been fascinated with the topic of motivation and the role it plays in student learning. Daniel Pink’s book, Drive: The Surprising Truth About What Motivates Us, has been on my personal reading list for a couple of years now, and I was elated to find that it was one of the recommended books to read for this assignment. I have often wondered why some of my students, and even one of my own children, are more internally driven than others to complete a given task....   [tags: Literary Analysis, Summary]

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Dealing With the Consequences of Life in Daniel Defoe’s Robinson Crusoe

- In Robinson Crusoe by Daniel Defoe, Robinson faces the biggest and longest challenge of his life. As Robinson attempts to find his role in life, he travels around the world to experience what he might deem worthy to live for. He takes comfort in material things such as wealth and possessions, which is what gets him in trouble over time. Robinson was told to take the middle path in life, but choosing the high path instead, Robinson was separate from everything considered materialistic in his social life....   [tags: Robinson Crusoe Essays]

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Opening One's Heart in Daniel Keye´s Novel: Flower´s for Algernon

- He views himself as being the only dumb person that ever did anything important for science. However, he cannot remember what important thing he did. But the knowledge Charlie Gordon has gained abstains him from remaining unchanged. Charlie Gordon, in Flowers for Algernon by Daniel Keyes, has learned that if one opens his heart, he will have more friends. Originally, 32 year old and mentally retarded Charlie Gordon thought that friends and popularity came along with being smart. Therefore, Charlie was very eager to learn from Alice Kinnian, Charlie’s teacher at Beekman College Center for Retarded Adults....   [tags: Mental Disability, Friendship]

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Leadership And Emotional Intelligence : Daniel Goleman 's Five Competency

- Leadership and Emotional Intelligence What sets a leader apart, those who are more than qualified or a leader who understands the importance of emotional intelligence. Leaders who are qualified to do the job and fail are lacking emotional intelligence and those leaders who are less qualified but, have a high emotional intelligence are being successful. Examining this issue will be discussed in this paper and why it is important in leaders today. This paper will explain Daniel Goleman’s five competence of emotional intelligence and why they are important to leaders....   [tags: Leadership, Skill, Emotional intelligence]

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Social Work Pioneer: Daniel E. O’Keefe, Ph. D.

- Daniel E. O’Keefe, Ph. D. (1914 - 1971) pioneered several areas of the social work profession, including within the United States military, National Institute of Mental Health, and the University of Houston Graduate School of Social Work. Born in Portsmouth, Ohio, O’Keefe earned a bachelor’s of science degree from the University of Dayton, and from Catholic University of America, a master’s of science in social work. He worked both with the Catholic Guidance Clinic in Cincinnati, Ohio and then with the Loyola University School of Social Work....   [tags: Social Work ]

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Faith, Religion and Conflict in Daniel Defoe’s Robinson Crusoe

- The novel Robinson Crusoe was written in 1719 by Daniel Defoe in London. It can be separated into three parts that include Crusoe’s life before the shipwreck, the twenty-eight years that he was stranded on an island, and his experiences after being rescued from the island. The first section of the book is basically about how Crusoe didn’t take his father’s advice in not pursuing a life at sea. He goes out to sea anyway and at first has some successes, but by the third time, his luck had run out....   [tags: Robinson Crusoe Essays]

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A Formula For Happiness : Life But Not Emotional Well Being, Daniel Kahneman And Angus Deaton

- This reading response paper addresses A Formula for Happiness, Arthur C Brooks, and High income improves evaluation of life but not emotional well-being, Daniel Kahneman and Angus Deaton. Brooks talks about different contributors to happiness. Kahneman and Deaton talk more specifically about two types of happiness. Both articles discuss how money correlates with happiness. These two articles on their own have weak arguments, though when combined, they assist each other, filling in missing pieces and making a full and complete argument....   [tags: Emotion, Poverty, Happiness, Personal life]

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A Culture of Corruption: Everyday Deception and Popular Discontent in Nigeria by Daniel Jordan Smith

- ... An important concept Smith regularly draws upon is Nigerian ambivalence toward certain forms of corruption and therefore the part they play in that system. This is centred round the ‘moral economy’ of corruption (Olivier de Sardan, 1999). This concept refers to the practice of corruption justified by its perpetrators for reasons relating to cultural values; in ways that are not stigmatised or even deemed corrupt (Olivier de Sardan, 1999). An interesting term he utilises is the ‘idiom of accountability’ that explains the rise of popular discontent suggested by the title (p....   [tags: nigerian culture, marriage, corruption]

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`` Tales Of A Modern Diva `` And Daniel Akst 's What Meets The Eye

- In Jessica Bennett’s “Tales of a Modern Diva” and Daniel Akst’s “What Meets the Eye”, the focus highlights the effect of appearance in society and how it has caused a shift of focus among communities. Bennett’s and Akst’s articles focus on how the norms of society are changing and leaving consumers with addictions to things such as; perfection, youthfulness, and blending in. Although both articles focus on appearance, the two take a different direction with the reasoning behind this new trend....   [tags: Beauty, Aesthetics, Human physical appearance]

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The Differing Right and Left Brains: From A Whole New Mind by Daniel Pink

- Some do not believe that we have a left and right brain. However, A Whole New Mind: Why Right-Brainers Will Rule The Future by Daniel H. Pink explains that the left and right hemispheres of the brain control different abilities. I have learned from this book how society and the economy have shifted from the “Information Age” to a “Conceptual Age,” how the arguments of left brain theorists (L- directed) differ from those of right brain theorists (R-directed), the three A’s of abundance, automation, and Asia, and the six essential aptitudes or “six senses” of Design, Story, Symphony, Empathy, Play and Meaning....   [tags: success, business, characteristics]

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Women Of A Perfect Renaissance Woman By Jean Gerlach, Rudolph Almasy, And Rebecca Daniel

- Shakespeare was a feminist. No, not in the way in which he would advocate “Free the Nipple”, or women not shaving because hair is natural, which he might have. He was a feminist in the way he pushed gender norms of the Renaissance woman, blurring the lines between masculinity and femininity. In Revisiting Shakespeare and Gender, written by Jean Gerlach, Rudolph Almasy, and Rebecca Daniel from the Women in Literature and Life Assembly of The National Council of Teachers of English, they state, “Defining what a female was supposed to be and do was an act of Renaissance culture” (Gerlach et al, Vol....   [tags: Gender, Woman, Gender role, Transgender]

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Fear Technology in Mark Hagerott and Daniel Sarewitz's Article, A Future in Denial

- ... One thing this article seems to lack is a solid structure. In the beginning of the article the tone is very conservative “In his defense of the recently revealed National Security Agency telephone surveillance programs, President Obama has also welcomed a national discussion about how to strike the balance between security and freedom” (Hagerott, and Sarewitz 1). The first sentence usually set the tone for the entire paper however as the article progresses it takes a more flaccid tone. While in the first paragraph the authors talk about President Obama and the NSA scandal in the next few paragraphs though it talks about the implausibility of movies such as Psycho and Thelma and Louise du...   [tags: NSA, Edward Snowden, scandal]

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Daniel Moynihan 's Controversial And Needed Report Opened My And Many Others '

- Daniel Moynihan’s controversial and needed report opened my and many others’ eyes to the societal issues that African American families face. He claims that the African American condition is caused by the fall of the family. In the Tangle of Pathology he addresses several concerns such as welfare dependence, crime, gaps in educational achievement, and children born to single-mothers as the effects of the demasculinization of Black men and the shift of the matriarchal household. Using historical context, sociology, and psychology he centers his thesis around that the matriarchy in Black families is the main issue compared to patriarchy in White households....   [tags: African American, Family, Black people, Race]

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The Existence Of Evil By Daniel Howard Snyder And Michael Bergmann 's Evil

- The existence of evil is a part of life for every human being in the world. The existence of evil brings into question the image and even the existence of God. However, the existence of evil does not support the argument for atheism. This idea is supported by the need for evil to exist in order for good to exist. Including extreme cases when evil seems so excessive, even unnecessary, there is lacking evidence to disprove the existence of God. Daniel Howard-Snyder and Michael Bergmann’s “Evil Does Not Make Atheism Mire Reasonable than Theism” sustains the main argument that, “Nobody has a good argument that displays how evil makes atheism more likely than theism,” (Howard-Snyder, Bergmann)....   [tags: God, Good and evil, Atheism, Problem of evil]

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Technology, Serbians, and Albanians in Power over People by Daniel R, Headrick

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Pablo Picasso, The, And My Personal Favorite Portrait Of Daniel Henry Kahnweiler

- What would the world look like with out art. I don’t know, because we don’t have to find out. We are lucky to have brilliant artist who had the ability to shape the history of mankind. The most prolific of them all seemed to be Pablo Picasso. Pablo Picasso is probably one of the most influential individuals in the art world to date, without some of his work; art today would have a completely different face. The passion he ingrained onto the canvas and in his artwork had the power to invoke emotions from audiences around the world....   [tags: Pablo Picasso, Cubism, Art, Picasso's Blue Period]

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Biography Of Daniel Goldhagen 's ' First They Killed My Father '

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The Shocking Truth Regarding What Motivates Usa By Daniel Pink Highlights Analysis

- While the supply of motivation at work is completely different for everybody, there is also some key reasons good staff ar underperforming. whether or not it’s time management or an awesome quantity of tasks, recognizing the rationale is that the opening leaders will absorb order to form higher engagement once more. 1. Lack Of Incentives In his book Drive: The shocking Truth regarding What Motivates USA, Daniel Pink highlights analysis confirming some incentives will cause important impact on performance....   [tags: Management, Leadership, Planning, Time management]

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The Surprising Truth About What Motivates Us by Daniel H. Pink

- Psychology test do not have to be a stressful thing; test scores can go up with just a few changes by the professor. In Drive: The Surprising Truth About What Motivates Us, Daniel H. Pink explains that Motivation 3.0 Autonomy is giving a person the freedom to do things in their own way which produces better result because Motivation 3.0 “presumes that people want to be accountable-and making sure they have control over their task, their time, their technique, and their team in the most effective pathway to the destination” (105)....   [tags: autonomy, confidence, psychology]

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Dissent vs. Disagreement in Daniel J. Boorstin´s The Decline of Radicalism

- Dissent vs. Disagreement A teenager comes home late from a party to find her mother waiting quietly at the doorstep. The mother points at the clock and asks where on earth her daughter had been all night. The teenager skulked out of the room. Mom had to stay firm, for it was two hours past curfew and her daughter never called. The punishment was simple: one week without a car. But the teenager raged about the house, hurling insults at her mother, slamming doors, and wailing about how it was all “so unfair”....   [tags: punishment, unfair, behavior]

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Francis Daniel Pastorius 's Influence On The Writing Of American Literature

- Francis Daniel Pastorius is not a name commonly associate with American literature, but that makes him no less important. Pastorius was born in Germany in 1651. He later immigrated to Pennsylvania in 1683 where he founded Germantown, a German settlement near Philadelphia. Pastorius was an important figure in Germantown becoming its first mayor and later a town clerk as well as being its most prominent writer. He was one of the first important poets in Pennsylvania, and he wrote extensively on various topics from religion to beekeeping ....   [tags: American Civil War, Abolitionism]

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The Governace's Influences on Moll in Daniel Defoe’s Moll Flanders

- In Daniel Defoe’s Moll Flanders, the protagonist's rollercoaster journey began with her birth in the Newgate prison and ends in England where she lives the rest of her life repenting her sins. Along her journey, Moll Flanders meets many people as she attempts to avoid the deadly snares of poverty prevalent in the seventeenth century. Throughout her life, she fails to form emotional attachments with most of the people she encounters. However, Moll Flanders forms an everlasting relationship with the governess who helps her deliver an unwanted child and helps her survive as a single woman....   [tags: pregnency, criminal, wealth]

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My English 1310 Course Was Taught By Professor Daniel Stuart

- My English 1310 course was taught by Professor Daniel Stuart. He taught us the concept of academic writing and why it is important. Academic writing is the process of breaking down ideas, using a formal tone, deductive reasoning and third person. Writing done to carry out the requirements of a college or university on a research based level. It requires a starting point or introduction, followed by a thesis on the preferred topic, then comes proving and disproving of the evidence based arguments....   [tags: Writing, Essay, Rhetoric, Essays]

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Self-interest and Greed in Daniel Defoe’s Robinson Crusoe

- We can be defined by our actions and they have a way of revealing our true character. Robinson Crusoe, the main character in Daniel Defoe’s novel Robinson Crusoe, gets himself into many troubles because of his decisions based on self-interest and greed. Robinson Crusoe thinks very highly of himself and is very conceited which plays a big roll with getting him into many misadventures. There are many instances throughout the novel where it is very apparent that Robinson Crusoe only thinks about himself and not others....   [tags: Robinson Crusoe Essays]

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Influence of Consciousness on the Actions of People

- Mental processes have always been viewed as the key to unlocking further psychological information by philosophers and psychologists alike. By analyzing mental processes the notions of free will, desire, and the view of self can be further identified. Not willing to wait until such technology is developed that will easily be able to explain such information, Daniel Wegner a professor of psychology at Harvard has concluded through the use of his “I Spy” study that consciousness does not really have any influence or power of the actions of people....   [tags: Daniel Wegner vs Eddy Nahmias]

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The War that Never Happened: The Aroostook War

- The Aroostook War never happened, but it certainly mattered. To the west, a few thousand New England militiamen walked north through Maine, some funding was appropriated, and one militiaman died of measles. To the east, New Brunswick moved some troops up the Saint John River and mobilized some local irregulars itself. Administrators of the disputed area from both sides were arrested, and confined, respectively, in Houlton and Fredericton. Fighting never broke out, and by the end of the winter of 1839, both American and colonial forces had withdrawn from the area....   [tags: Daniel Webster and Lord Ashburton's treaty]

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Analysis Of Robinson Crusoe And Foe

- Freedom is a theme that appears multiple times throughout the entirety of both stories, Robinson Crusoe and Foe. Freedom is so called power where there are basically no rules. When a story has freedom as a concurrent theme, it means that the story has little restraint; there is a lot of room to act freely as one wishes. Robinson Crusoe and Foe are two different stories that can be compared through the theme of freedom. One will see throughout this writing, how much these two stories can relate as well as the major differences between the same yet, different meaning of freedom....   [tags: Robinson Crusoe, Novel, Daniel Defoe]

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The Book Of Ezekiel By Ezekiel

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Rivers West by Louis L´Amour

- ... He made less than eight dollars but he took that as a sign and devoted his time to writing for the pulps. In 1937 he sold a short story called “Gloves for a Tiger” to Thrilling Adventures Magazine and after this other sales followed quickly. Although he wrote in several genres, Louis’ most financially successful stories were the adventure tales he wrote about the captain of a tramp freighter and his crew. Late in the summer of 1942 Louis was inducted into the US army, after his discharge he returned to the US to find that the market for his adventure stories had disappeared....   [tags: jean daniel talon, american tradition]

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Behind the Scenes of Flood

- “Flood” by Daniel Alarcón focuses on a town that is “flooded” with gang conflicts an the gangs determine the townspeople’s fate. The child narrator and the rest of the children in “Flood” are paradoxical to the usual portrayal of children. In “Flood” the children clearly have the “young gangster” in them. Whether the characters recognize themselves as gang members or innocent civilians, the gangs and their ongoing conflict and disagreements rule part of the characters everyday lives. So, the setting of “Flood” has a large influence and authority over the character’s lives....   [tags: Flood, Daniel Alarcon, Gang Conflicts]

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Daniel 10:1-21

- The final three chapters of Daniel consist of one long narrative. They record the final vision given to this prophet of God. Chapter 10 introduces the vision, giving an amazing "behind the scenes" look at the spiritual conflict of which Daniel was a part. The Bible plainly reveals that life in our universe exists on two planes: the material and the spiritual. The unseen world is just as real as that which we see. Moreover, many of the struggles that take place in this world are influenced by conflicts taking place in the spiritual realm – conflicts that are the result of Satan’s rebellion against God....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Psychological and Presentational Realism in Moll Flanders by Daniel Defoe

- Psychological and Presentational Realism in Moll Flanders by Daniel Defoe The Eighteenth-century literature is popular for its peculiar style of writing that gives the readers an insider’s view in the novel. By combining the two aspects such as Psychological and Presentational Realism, authors have created works of pure masterpiece such as Moll Flanders by Daniel Defoe. Defoe illustrates Moll, the protagonist’s psyche by writing the narrative in the first person to imply it as an autobiography....   [tags: Presentational Realism Moll Flanders Defoe Essays]

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Daniel Defoe's Robinson Crusoe - King of Nothing

- Robinson Crusoe is said to be the first realistic novel ever, an it is written by Daniel Defoe. In this novel we meet Robinson Crusoe who is stranded on a uninhabited island. In the topical excerpt called "the print of a foot" Crusoe sees a footprint, and he starts wondering if the island really is uninhabited. Though Robinson Crusoe is stranded on a island in the middle of nowhere without any facilities, he is not a desperate man in any way. He sees himself as a king or an emperor, an feels kind of free, despite the limited geographical space....   [tags: Defoe Robinson Crusoe Essays]

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Spiritual Insights in Daniel Defoe's Robinson Crusoe

- Crusoe’s Spiritual Insights Robinson Crusoe by Daniel Defoe is considered to be the first novel of incident. Before I read the novel I knew something about poor Robinson Crusoe--shipwrecked on a desert island, lived on the island for a lot of years, and acquired a friend by the name of Friday. As I began to read, I had the preconceived notion that Robinson Crusoe was just an adventure book. However, I read no more than a few pages before my mind was greatly enlightened. Robinson Crusoe does not suffer just one shipwreck, but two of them....   [tags: Robinson Crusoe Essays]

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Daniel Quinn’s Ishmael - Paradigms of Yesterday

- Ishmael:   Paradigms of Yesterday          "Come with me if you want to live," was all that Arnold Schwarzenegger said in his movie Terminator 2: Judgement Day, and after reading Daniel Quinn's masterpiece Ishmael, one might well receive the impression Quinn echoes such sentiments. Few books have as much relevancy in this technological, ever-changing world as Ishmael. In the beginning, according to Ishmael, God created Man to live peacefully on Earth, sustained by the fruitful bounties of Earth and subject to God's control....   [tags: Quinn Ishmael Essays]

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Character Transformation in Daniel Defoe's Robinson Crusoe

- Character Transformation in Daniel Defoe's Robinson Crusoe "Nothing can describe the confusion of thought which I felt when I sunk into the water; for though I swam very well, yet I could not deliver myself from the waves so as to draw breath, till that wave having driven me, or rather carried me, a vast way on towards the shore and, having spent itself, went back, and left me upon the land almost dry, but half dead with the water I took in" (48). These are the words of a man for whom Mother Nature has the greatest affection....   [tags: Defoe Robinson Crusoe Essays]

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Literary Criticism of Daniel Defoe's Novel, Roxana

- Literary Criticism of Daniel Defoe's Novel, Roxana Most critics agree that Daniel Defoe's novel, Roxana, is his darkest work. Author Malinda Snow, who wrote "Arguments to the self in Defoe's Roxana," quotes author David Blewett saying that "Roxana is Defoe's only protagonist who is passive in the face of disaster" (Snow, 1). Roxana is portrayed as a significant character who is "intensely self-aware, she reasons with herself, judges herself, and ultimately cannot forgive herself' (Snow, l). One of the reasons the novel has such a serious mood and tone is because Roxana seems to constantly be arguing with herself....   [tags: Roxana]

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Daniel Quinn’s Ishmael - The Destruction Continues

- Ishmael  - The Destruction Continues Ishmael   The Biblical depiction of Adam and Eve's "fall" builds the foundation of Daniel Quinn's novel, Ishmael. In this adventure of the spirit, a telepathic gorilla, Ishmael, uses the history of Biblical characters in order to explain his philosophy on saving the world.  Attracting his final student, the narrator of the novel, with an advertisement "Teacher seeks pupil. Must have an earnest desire to save the world. Apply in person," Ishmael counsels the narrator through a series of questions that force him to stretch his mind....   [tags: Quinn Ishmael Essays]

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Daniel Defoe's Robinson Crusoe - The First Fiction

- Robinson Crusoe: The First Fiction Daniel Defoe is credited with writing the first long fiction novel in literary history. Drawing from established literary genres such as the guide and providence traditions and the spiritual biography, Defoe endeavored to illustrate the life of a man who "tempted Providence to his ruine (Defoe 13)" and the consequences of such actions. While stranded alone on an island the character of Robinson Crusoe seems to have a religious epiphany about the role of Providence in his life and resolves to live in accordance with God's will....   [tags: Defoe Robinson Crusoe Essays]

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Critical Review of Daniel Defoe's Robinson Crusoe

- Daniel Defoe tells tale of a marooned individual in order to criticize society. By using the Island location, similar to that of Shakespeare's The Tempest, Defoe is able to show his audience exactly what is necessary for the development of a utopian society. In The Tempest, the small society of Prospero's island addresses the aspects of morality, the supernatural and politics in the larger British society. In Defoe's Robinson Crusoe, the island's natural surroundings highlights the subject of man's individual growth, both spiritually and physically....   [tags: Robinson Crusoe Essays]

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Daniel Clowes' Ghost World: Argumentative Comparison

- Pictured on the back cover of the comic book "Ghost World," by Daniel Clowes, are the two main characters of the book in full color. This strikingly significant image, surely shrugged off by most Clowes' readers, represents worlds of diversity within the frames of the book. Sporting pink spandex pants underneath her goldfinch yellow skirt and a blue t-shirt to match perfectly, Enid seems to live her life outside the bubble. She's a very dynamic girl, especially interested in her surroundings and people around her....   [tags: Ghost World Clowes Comic Book]

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What is Nitrogen?

- In life we heard a lot about Nitrogen Gas. It is chemical element with seven of atomic number and it is makes up about 78% of the earth's atmosphere. It included an estimated about 4,000 trillion tons of the gas. In 1772, Nitrogen had discovered by Doctor Daniel Rutherford. He called this gas "fixed air". He started his research on carbon dioxide. In 1786, Antoine Laurent de Lavoisier who was isolated nitrogen. He pointed out that this gas did not combine with any other chemical element....   [tags: fertilizer, compounds, chemical elements]

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Power, Fear, And Human Nature And Lord Of The Flies By William Golding

- The desire of one’s nation to improve the way of living is seen throughout the history by the means of imperialism. Many countries, including Great Britain, try to expand their territory by colonizing other less developed countries for the benefit of their citizens and the ones in power. They can make progress through different parts of the world. The act of creating a civilization is also seen in the novels: “Robinson Crusoe” by Daniel Defoe, and “Lord of the flies” by William Golding. These novels give a great impact to the readers over time....   [tags: Robinson Crusoe, Novel, Daniel Defoe, Ibn Tufail]

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Efficacy of Air Power in the Kosovo War

- In Power over Peoples by Daniel Headrick, the timeline of the book narrates the evolution of imperialism and the utilization of evolving technology in the modern era. Early on, Headrick defines technology as the “ways in which humans use the materials and energy in the environment for their own ends, beyond what they can do with their bodies.” (Headrick 3) The technology used in imperialism began very simply in the form of wooden sailing ships and sharper swords, but has evolved today to be incredibly advanced....   [tags: Power Over Peoples, Daniel Headrick, technology]

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The Solution to the "Rights Management Fiasco"

- After a computer analysis of “The DRM Bike” by Daniel Oeffinger, modern consumers claim they feel the intrusive pain that the Digital Rights Management system imposes. Digital Rights Management, or DRM, is one such method that companies use to limit the rights of the hard working consumer. The fifteen second clip depicts a kid riding his bike, and a friend says “That is soo cool.” The kid then asks, “Can I ride?”(oeffinger.com) The kid on the bike says “Sure.”(oeffinger.com) The bike is immediately against this, and annihilates the poor kid that asks....   [tags: digital Rights Management, Daniel Oeffinger, DRM, ]

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