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Shaw's "Candida" as a Drama of Ideas

- Shaw himself wrote that Candida `is a counterpoint to Ibsen's Doll's House, showing that in the real typical doll's house it is the man who is the doll'.Ibsen in A Doll's House(1879)had shown how men treated their wives as inferior creatures, or dolls,and at the end of the play his heroin rebels and leaves her her husband .In Candida Shaw powerfully and effectively reverses Ibsen's idea. Counterpoint or reversal was Shaw's favourite technique in all of his plays.In Candida,he not only reverses the main idea of a Doll's House but also counterpoints the typical situation of an established type of Victorian domestic comedy.Play about romantic adultery,or its type possibility, were very popular...   [tags: European Literature]

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The New Land Of New Ideas

- The New Land of New Ideas The 18th century Americans turned their backs on the old ideas of the Puritans. The Puritans believed in the population acting within the religious ways of the times. The 18th century population turned their lifestyles to a lifestyle of self interest. This lifestyle was dedicated to the goal of obtaining wealth and prestige among the community. DeCrevecouer writes: He is arrived on a new continent; a modern society offers itself to his contemptation, different from what he had hitherto seen....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Bathroom Decorating Ideas

- Are you tired of how your bathroom looks but just don't know how to improve its style. Well there are a few ways to enhance your bathroom's current decor without having to endure an entire remodeling project. By using these bathroom decorating ideas, you will be able to enhance your bathroom's current look without having to hire a plumber, painter, or other construction professional to help you with the job. The first of the bathroom decorating ideas that we will look at is adding towel rings in your bathroom....   [tags: Towel Rings, Soap Dishes]

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Generating Creative Ideas for Business Through Brainwriting, Brainstorming and Focus Groups

- ... This method also which a mediator will guide the group through an open and in-depth dissuasion to identifies new products. The center will focus either directed or non-directed. The group consists of 8 to 14 participants will be stimulated by the comments from other group members in a creative and develop new product ideas to meet the needs of the market. The focus group is an excellent approach for initially screening ideas and concepts. Existing company can use this method to expand a section or department to be able to achieve greater productivity in its services....   [tags: entrepreneurs, new products, customers]

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Bathroom Tile Ideas for a Stunning Bathroom

- When it comes to remodeling your bathroom, bathroom tile ideas can help you to achieve stunning decorative effects that enhance the overall beauty of the space. As you enhance your bathroom using these tile ideas, you will find that the overall value of your home will increase in addition to your home's beauty. Then you will find that the money and time that you invested in the remodeling of your bathroom tile will pay off in a multitude of ways. One way to increase your bathroom's beauty and value is to use bathroom tile ideas that help the bathroom appear to be a larger space....   [tags: Larger Space, Clean Shower Area]

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The Historians and The Critics: Ronald S. Crane´s View on Literature

- Ronald S. Crane’s essay concerns the way in which the literary scholar should be viewed. There are two different ideas: the historian and the critic. Crane mentions Howard Mumford Jones, placing him at one end of the spectrum. Jones believes when approaching literature, one must focus on the world and how it is changing, recording all events so those who come after him/her can understand and pass judgments based on facts. At the other end of the spectrum, Crane sets John Livingston Lowes in the foreground, stating that criticism is the only justification to literature....   [tags: history, understanding, ideas]

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New York

- NEW YORK CITY New York is probably one of the most interesting cities in the world. It has something to offer to everybody. If you are looking for culture you make the right choice visiting one of the hundreds great museums in the city. If you want night-life: you are probably right in one of the famous clubs and discotheques of the city. Or if you just want relaxing holidays you better go to one of the famous parks N.Y. has to offer I would recommend you to see Brooklyn Bridge if you are interessetad in great engeneering work....   [tags: essays research papers]

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The Focus of Universal Religions

- Universal Religions: Worlds together worlds apart focuses is about the connections between societies from conquests and the gradual, but accelerating ways where connections became ties of inter-dependence. The relations between societies are what will concern us. The forces pulling the world together vary from religious to economic, political to intellectual. These forces bring the world together, but they also create new divisions. Between 300 and 600 CE, religions with universal effort began to spread across various geological regions and a new spiritual earnestness developed with social and political contacts that gave religious belief powerful understanding....   [tags: spiritual, life, faith, africa, ideas]

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The Morphing of Machiavellian Ideas

- The Morphing of Machiavellian Ideas In the late fifteenth and early sixteenth centuries the common people relied on the princes of the day for protection. These princes, therefore, exercised absolute power over their state. They had a duty to protect the people and their land, and a self-preserving instinct to protect, and cultivate, their own power. However, modern democratic forms of government have taken the burden of protecting people and land off of the prince and put it on the people, whether in the form of a true democracy or a representative government, such as The United States enjoys....   [tags: Papers]

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Cost-Effective Bathroom Tile Design Ideas

- Since the bathroom is one room in the home that sees some of the most frequent use, it is only natural that it is a showpiece of the home's decor By using some great looking bathroom tile design ideas, you can transform this frequently used home centerpiece from a drab space into a masterpiece of interior design. Once this transformation is complete, your bathroom is sure to be a room that will be awe-inspiring for anyone who visits your home. A method that many home interior designers have found to be one of the best bathroom tile design ideas for creating a stunning bathroom is to cover the bathroom's walls and shower/bath area in small tiles....   [tags: Small Tiles, Swimming Pool Tiles]

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The School: Postmodernist Ideas

- The School: Postmodernist Ideas Barthelme's "The School" is the first postmodernist story I have ever read. When I read it for the first time, my lips formed a bitter smile. In my imagination, postmodernist stories differed from the classical ones in the arrangement of the ideas and in the standard that postmodernists reject society. True, “The School” does differ in composition, for example the absence of introduction, but though it sounds somewhat comical, it does also have an incorporated pessimism that makes me reflect on the story....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Landscaping Ideas With Rocks

- So you have a beautiful home and want to make the backyard as beautiful, warm and welcoming as the house itself, but have run out ideas. Try landscaping rocks. Landscaping rocks refers to naturally found rocks or man-made, rock mimicking structures that you can use to make original amazing backyards or do a backyard makeover that improves an existing backyard. Landscaping with rocks makes more amazing backyards than other materials because rocks provide a unique, more natural looking and diverse look on any backyard and outdoor space....   [tags: landscaping, rocks, backyards]

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Bathroom Decor Ideas

- The way you choose to decorate your bathroom will impact its overall mood and energy. A few great bathroom decor ideas can help to make your bathroom a warm and inviting space in your home. Then your home will increase in its worth and beauty. There are several bathroom decor ideas that help to give your home's bathroom a modern look that is very appealing to just about anyone who enters it. One thing that many homeowners have done to create a clean, contemporary style is to tile the walls of the bathroom....   [tags: Style, Shower]

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Article Review on Unleash Innovation in Foreign Subsidiaries by Birkinshaw and Hood

- 1. Article summary (195 words) The article “Unleash Innovation in Foreign Subsidiaries” by Birkinshaw, J. & Hood, N. (2001) indicates the four incentive tactics to promote innovation in overseas subsidiaries. One intensive attempt of global business is encouraging and making use of brilliant ideas, which are frequently found in remote subsidiaries. To achieve this target, parent companies should consider its foreign units as peninsulas instead of islands. This means that each far-off subsidiary is a not a discrete unit but is the complement of the parent company to acquire the strategic objectives....   [tags: ideas, encouraging, budget, buisness ]

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Leadership: Its Responsiblities and Characteristics

- “Leaders instill in their people a hope for success and a belief in themselves. Positive leaders empower people to accomplish their goals.”
-Unknown To me, leadership is the ability to inspire the people around you in any situation and under any circumstances, to work or live for a common purpose, and to be able to handle anything that comes your way. The actual definition of leadership seems so unclear because of the many responsibilities one person has to hold and attain as part of being a leader....   [tags: stress, communicate, ideas, confidence]

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I Would Consider Myself a Progressive

- Looking at America today I would generally consider myself a Progressive. A Progressive person is someone who advocates or implements social reform or new ideas. However, they do not wish for total change since they also see the benefits of somethings and would agree on how others have to be improved. There are many things in society I find to be corrupted and in need of improvement but, I would like to choose two to explain in this essay. One is improvement on education since it is the bases of all things and in the US the levels of education are drasticly decreasing....   [tags: advocating social reform and new ideas]

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Ted Hughes’ Ideas about Poetry

- Ted Hughes’ Ideas about Poetry Ted Hughes, was born in 1939 and died in 1989, he wrote two poems, The Jaguar and The Thought-Fox. These are the poems that I am discussing in my essay and also what his ideas are on the poems. He also specialises in nature poems and these are what we have also been studying. The Thought-Fox is quite a different poem. It wasn’t written about the fox it was written about him writing about the fox (confusing I Know!!!). The Jaguar on the other hand, was about the animal and it was describing the animal, can you tell the difference and how he likes to differ his poems “You don’t have to bother about commas or full stops or that sort of thing” to Ted punctuation i...   [tags: Ted Hughes The Jaguar The Thought Fox Essays]

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The Decade of New Ideas and Inventions

- ... The Model T came with a high roof design (“Model T: The Car for the Masses.” 2). The Ford Motor Company sold 10,660 units of the Model T in the first year of being on the market (“Ford Motor Company.” 1). The Model T revolutionized the way that people traveled around America (“Model T: The Car for Masses” 2). The Model T sold 18,000 in 1909, and 34,000 in 1910 (“Henry Ford.” 3). Cars transformed the way that America traveled, those cars made America more connected (“Model T: The Car for the Masses” 3)....   [tags: car, driving, ford]

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Galileo’s Dialogue Concerning the Two Chief World Systems

- During the scientific revolution, there was a shift in thinking about nature from a religious perspective to an intellectual perspective. The Roman Catholic Church enforced that the Earth was the center of the universe and the other planets and the sun revolved around it in a perfect circle. Galileo challenged the church’s idea of perfectness and the idea of the Earth being the center of the universe. The church also enforced that God and the church should be the center of everyone’s lives, and Rembrandt challenges this idea through his painting, Raising of the Cross....   [tags: church, power, ideas]

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The Spread of the New Farming Ideas of the Agricultural Revolution

- The Spread of the New Farming Ideas of the Agricultural Revolution Many farmers of this time were experimenting, with different techniques of farming, and many wrote books of specific topics that they had trialled. One of these men was called Jethro Tull. He had invented the horse hoe and wrote a book called “Horse Hoeing Husbandry”. His invention was not very successful until after his death, as it tended to break very easily. Many Farmers of this time however, were not educated, and could not read or write, so therefore did not know about his ideas and methods....   [tags: Papers]

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The New Labour

- The New Labour 1. Introduction 1.1 Content: The essay question asks about whether the reforms implemented in the 1990's by Labour are a new phenomenon or a revamp of past policies implemented by other governments in their time. 1.2 Key terms: The idea of New Labour is described by Philip Norton as "A summary label to describe the economic polices devised by the Labour Party in the 1990's to ensure a departure from 'old Labour' economic policy" (Jones 2001, 697). 1.3 Hypothesis/Argument: I will compare and contrast different government policies from various governments at home and abroad....   [tags: Papers]

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Emile Durkheim Ideas on Terrorism

- On September 11, 2001 two highjacked airplanes crashed into the World Trade Towers in New York City. Another jetliner crashed into the Pentagon in Washington D.C. This is a day that no American will ever forget. People could not understand why these people planned and followed through these horrible acts. In the following paper I will used the ideas of Emile Durkeim to explain not only the acts of the terrorists but also the reactions from the American people. People wept for the victims they had never met, pride in America was stronger than ever....   [tags: 9/11, Collective Conscious]

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The Benefits of the New Deal

- Professor Burton W. Folsom Jr. argues that the high taxes, special-interest spending to certain banks, railroads, farmers and veterans of the New Deal created an anti-free market as well as a poor business environment. Henry Morgenthau Jr. was the secretary of the treasury and a very powerful man, mostly due to his friendship with President Franklin Delano Roosevelt. According to the First Lady, Morgenthau was one of the only men in the world who could tell the President he was wrong and still get away with it....   [tags: New Deal Essays]

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Aldous Huxley's Brave New World and Political and Social Ideas

- The characters in Aldous Huxley’s Brave New World represent certain political and social ideas. Huxley used what he saw in the world in which he lived to form his book. From what he saw, he imagined that life was heading in a direction of a utopian government control. Huxley did not imagine this as a good thing. He uses the characters of Brave New World to express his view of utopia being impossible and detrimental. One such character he uses to represent the idealogy behind this is Bernard Marx....   [tags: essays research papers]

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New York City : The Big Apple

- New York City is called the Big Apple, however there are no correct ideas of how this universal moniker was established. Some says it is because of John J. Fitz Gerald and his column; other says it is named because during the Great Depression, people were force to sell Apples in a suit. I’ve stayed in New York longer than in my birthplace Guangzhou; New York City is my second hometowns. I’ve been in New York for fifteen years. I could go on and on bragging about the breathtaking sceneries of NYC such as the skyscrapers....   [tags: New York City, Manhattan, New York, Times Square]

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Brave New World: Can Man Create Utopia?

- Brave New World: Can Man Create Utopia. Brave New World, a novel by Aldous Huxley, was published during the time, socialism and dictatorship were the key concepts of the day. These governments believed that having total power would engender a perfect society. Karl Marx (Bernard Marx), and Nikolai Lenin (Linina), are two men who decide to pursue this concept. Through examples of these characters, it is demonstrated that a government that completely controls a nation will fail. Many of the ideas that the governments thought would contribute to success were the cause of their failure....   [tags: Brave New World]

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Lord Of The Flies And Brave New World

- Society provides an individual with the structure they need to flourish in a productive community. Once that structure becomes nonexistent, the individual becomes animal-like by depending on their innate, or more savage skills to thrive in the world they find themselves in. Many people believe dystopian literature dehumanizes the individual for a specific purpose. William Golding 's and Aldous Huxley 's 20th century, dystopian novel reflect a similar theme. For instance, both Lord of the Flies and Brave New World reflect how the dehumanization leads to the downfall of society; thereby, influencing individuals to revert back to their natural, savage states....   [tags: Brave New World, Aldous Huxley]

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Strategic Planning : New And Innovative Ideas For The Future Development

- Strategy: Strategy is nothing but a plan to bring up with new and innovative ideas for the future development. Strategy has become an often word that applies to many circumstances and area of business. There are many strategies like sales, innovations, marketing, HR, etc. strategy will change the shape of the company objectives and it will help to reach our goals and aims perfectively. Every organization must need a strategy plan, without strategy plan they will not get any success. Strategic planning is very important to every organization, because through strategic plan we can reduce the cost of the product, increase efficiency and save the time of the project....   [tags: Management, Strategic management]

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Happiness in Aldous Huxley's Brave New World

- When we look to define happiness, many different ideas come to mind. Webster’s New Collegiate Dictionary uses three definitions for happiness: good fortune, a state of well being and contentment, and a pleasurable satisfaction. In Brave New World, Aldus Huxley argues that a society can redefine happiness through the government’s manipulation of the environment and the human mind itself. The government accomplishes this by mind conditioning throughout the process of maturing, keeping a caste-based society, and obliterating problems....   [tags: Brave New World Essays]

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Components of the Diffusion of Innovation Theory

- Diffusion of Innovation (DOI) Theory, developed by Rogers in 1962, is one of the oldest social science theories. It originated in communication to explain how, over time, an idea or product spreads through a specific population or social system. The end result of this diffusion is that people, as part of a social system, adopt a new idea, behavior, or product. Adoption means that a person does something differently than what they had previously. The key to adoption is that the person must perceive the idea, behavior, or product as new or innovative....   [tags: adoption, ideas, nursing ]

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The Enlightenment Ideas and the Reforms of the French Revolution

- Enlightenment ideas impacted reforms of the French revolution in a vast number of ways. These ideas especially in the areas of politics, society, and religion helped shape the policies of the French Revolution. The heliocentric view of the universe was formed and replaced the standard geocentric view. The government and political views of the people where greatly influenced by the Enlightenment ideas. For the first time people began to question the church and its teachings. Members of society until this time had gone along with the church and all the beliefs that they taught....   [tags: philosophical views reshaping socio-politics]

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New Freedom Vs. New Nationalism

- Our government has gone through many changes in the years since the first president and with that modernization, the presidential election of 1912 has made a significant effect on how our county is run today. Theodore Roosevelt and Woodrow Wilson debated a political situation that still effects government and industry in our nation to this day. In Theodore Roosevelt's opinion, trusts are inevitable. As said in his 1910 "New Nationalism" speech, "There can be no effective control of corporation while their political activity remains....   [tags: Political Science]

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The Foundational American Ideas That Zinn

- The foundational American ideas that Zinn discuss in the article are the limits of the government, the checks and balances in the three branches of the government, it also talks about how the Supreme Courts is the branch of the government that interprets the law. Probably one of the main ideas that the founding fathers had when they wrote The Constitution was to limit the power of the government. The colonies were being being oppresses by a king so when they wrote the Constitution it was important to limit the power of the government....   [tags: United States Constitution]

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The Influence of Enlightenment Ideas

- The ideas from the Enlightenment and its thinkers greatly influenced the world today, everything from our ideas of modern government to our view of everyday life. Important Enlightenment philosophes such as Locke, Montesquieu, Hobbes and Voltaire established controversial ideas and theories on human nature, natural rights, and how government should be run and which form of it was superior. These ideas were all never even thought of before, and shattered many of the previous notions of ideas, such as ideas of how to run government, that had already been established and taken as a standard for several hundreds of years....   [tags: European history]

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Brave New World: Hitler and the Iron Curtain

- Brave New World: Hitler and the Iron Curtain In his foreword to the novel Brave New World, Aldous Huxley envisioned what the world would be like if we were all "under the iron curtain" when he wrote: "To make them love it is the task assigned, in present- day totalitarian states, to ministries of propaganda…." (Huxley page #) Thus, through hypnopaedic teaching (brainwashing), mandatory attendance to community gatherings, and allusions to prominent political dictators, Huxley bitterly satirized totalitarian propaganda and political technique to point out the problems of a dystopian society....   [tags: Brave New World]

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Why I Am Looking At The Building A Venture Capital Company That Helps People With New Ideas

- Garage is a venture capital company that helps people with new ideas. In order to obtain early stage financing ones has to have a Compelling idea. This is something that will get the investors’ attention; this idea has to stand out. This idea will get the investor interested in your idea and would like to hear you out. If the idea is not compelling then you probably will not get any type of funding. The second thing needed for early funding is a strong management team. The team has to be talented and ready for the job at hand....   [tags: Venture capital, Startup company, Finance]

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Brave New World By Aldous Huxley

- Brave New World is a novel that revolves around a utopian society called the World State. The society is meant to be seen as a perfect world where everyone 's needs can be satisfied and the goal is to maintain an overall happy nation where people are content with their current position in their society However, this can be seen as ironic for various reasons including that this society is far from what many consider to be a perfect one. The World State contrasts to our current society in many ways, yet, it also compares to it in separate aspects....   [tags: Brave New World, The World State, Aldous Huxley]

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Imrpoving the Ideas of Communication

- Humans have been talking and communicating for thousands of years. Verbal communication can draw its roots from the pre-Historic Era. However, communication has evolved over the past 5 eras of History. Some historic innovations of these eras include the inventions of computers, humanist ideas, the printing press, codex, and written language. All of these inventions have improved the spread of ideas and have made future innovations possible. Communication is constantly improving. In the land between the Tigris and Euphrates rivers, many civilizations have developed....   [tags: verbal, inventions, computer, books]

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The Significance of John in Brave New World

- The Significance of John in Brave New World In Brave New World, there are three societies: the civilized society of Bernard and Mustapha Mond, the savage society of John and Linda, and the old society, which is not explicitly in the book but is described by the characters. These societies are vastly different. The old society is 20th century Western society; the civilized society creates people and conditions them for happiness and stability; and the savage society is very far behind the civilized society technologically, and is very religious....   [tags: Brave New World]

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Analysis of John Saliba´s Understanding New Religious Movements

- John Saliba’s approach to new religious movements is secular (despite his position as a Jesuit Priest) and well rounded. He begins by exploring how new religious movements are viewed today, how they have been reacted to in the past and why that may be. He examines the original definition of the word “cult” as well as the modern derivations of it and how it affects these new religious movements. By considering multiple opinions on new religious movements as well as looking at the historical, psychological, sociological, legal and theological context in which these religions came to be and attract new followers, he is able to advocate for a more open approach to these new religions and offer...   [tags: cult, religion, new, movements]

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World War II : A Hurricane Of Action And New Ideas

- World War II drew America into a hurricane of action and new ideas. Workmanship, music, and scholarly ideas changed. Society, governmental issues, economy and even our way of life changed and it was a perpetual change. World War II greatly influenced the U.S. nationals. Ladies turned out to be more confident in the wake of having worked in the production lines, understanding that they could leave the home and be fruitful. In any case, when they came back to their parts as homemakers, some were undersigned....   [tags: Great Depression, World War II]

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The Origin of Ideas

- The Origin of Ideas Webster's dictionary defines the word idea as 1) something, such as a thought or conception, that potentially or actually exists in the mind as a product of mental activity, 2) an opinion, a conviction, or a principle, 3) a plan, scheme, or method 4) the gist of a specific situation, and 5) a notion. We have a better understanding of these definitions today because of the thoughts and writings of Descartes and John Locke. These two have very different views on the origin of ideas....   [tags: Papers]

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The Ideas Of Archimedes Of Syracuse

- Explanation is basic human nature. It began as a way to pass blame onto another person, then onto God or gods. This changed with the ideas of Archimedes of Syracuse. Archimedes was a mathematician, physicist, and inventor who was responsible for the discovery of buoyancy and the invention of both the siege engine and screw pump. After his discoveries, the popular view on explanation was modified. Instead of divine powers intervening in the world, people realized that natural objects and forces were the cause of certain occurrences....   [tags: Causality, Aristotle, Philosophical concepts]

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West Orange, New Jersey, United States

- West Orange is a suburban township that’s located in central Essex County, New Jersey, United States. The district of West Orange is highly involved with the community, the safety of the citizens involved and try to interact with them as in activities too. Many residents/citizens move from different townships into West Orange because it’s considered as a safe environment especially, for good school standards for children. As in, when someone asks, “In what city do you live in?” and your response would be West Orange....   [tags: Crime, Police, Criminology, New Jersey]

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Housewarming Gift Ideas

- Housewarming is a tradition that is followed in many cultures to welcome a new beginning in life. People buy new houses and celebrate the occasion as they step in the house for the first time. The guests and the relatives try to warm up their happiness with gifts specially meant for this auspicious occasion. Housewarming is a very popular tradition and people buy gifts in bulk. As such the gift stores are replete with unique housewarming gift ideas. This article highlights some of the best housewarming gift ideas....   [tags: Home Decor]

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The Old And New Testament

-     Justice a commonly used term throughout history dividing the world into what 's wrong and right.justice is based on honesty, and equality for all. Justice is the fundamental system that keeps control over within our society. Human justice is based solely on god 's laws who categorize the “just” from “unjust”.The bible is used as a set of guidelines given to the world by god for his children to reach their full potential and achieve righteousness. Within the bible the old and new testament are compared and contrasted to show the ideal image of justice and what it takes to achieve while also showing how each testament handles it differently....   [tags: Bible, Old Testament, Jesus, New Testament]

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Should The Constitution Be Constructed? Revolutionary Ideas That Will Forever Change?

- Fellow delegates and other members of the convention, the ideas that have been shared about how the constitution should be constructed are revolutionary ideas that will forever change the way people perceive the responsibility of their government. Nevertheless, this magnificent document is not perfect and could be greatly improved by a significant change. I come before you to recommend a revision to the constitution that will assist in reinforcing popular sovereignty among the people and ensure that polices truly reflect the people’s desires for hundreds of years to come....   [tags: United States Congress]

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The Greco Roman World Of The New Testament Era

- James S. Jeffers wrote The Greco-Roman World of the New Testament Era. Jeffers intent in writing this book was to give the readers in insight into what early Christianity looked like. The book aligns what readers may have learned in their high school history class with what was written in the Bible. In summary, this book gave information about Greek and Roman life and history into early Christianity. The book starts off by giving a good description of how it looked to live in early Greek and Roman times....   [tags: Christianity, New Testament, Early Christianity]

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A New Deal A New America

- Throughout history, America has had a plethora of leaders. A handful of these leaders have found a place in the heart of many Americans. Franklin D. Roosevelt, commonly referred to as FDR, is without a doubt one of these leaders. FDR made new laws, put forth many ideas, and raised the public’s morale before, during, and after WWII. He affected America in such a way that he brought us out of the slum of Great Depression. Even though Franklin D. Roosevelt put America in debt, his new deal policy gave millions of Americans jobs, stimulated the economy, raised public moral, and introduced new big government tactics....   [tags: American History]

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Creative Ideas : Creative Thinking

- Rarely do people search high and low for others that have creative minds. As sorrowful as it is, few consider creativity relevant and even fewer understand why we need more innovate thinking. In a world where people teach in specific ways and where there aren’t many opportunities that allow growth for creative thought, we fail to fully explore one’s true potential. A minority interested in discovering that potential continue to investigate a more appropriate method to teaching old ideas that hopefully lead to new ideas....   [tags: Creativity, Idea, Innovation, Thought]

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New Ideas and Technology with the Rise of Capitalism

- Humans are set apart from animals by their ability to conceptualize the task at hand before execution. Worker’s activities go beyond simple instinctual actions and delve into the deeper process of conception. The growth of industrial capitalism characterized by increases in industrialization and the rise of manufacturing and the industrial revolution took away this connection. Workers under industrial capitalism lose the distinctive quality of conceptualizing a product before executing it. Instead, there is a separation between the idea and the eventual outcome....   [tags: craftsmanship, manager, workers]

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The Ideas For Managers By Charles Handy

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Analysis Of Aldous Huxley 's ' Brave New World '

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The Power of their Ideas by Meier

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Children Should Be Given the Opportunity to Explore and Discover New Ideas for Themselves

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Folk Tales Produce Ideas About Gender

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Change in the Business Environment

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Laguage Brings People Together

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Aldous Huxley 's Brave New World

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Analysis Of Huxley 's Brave New World

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Key Aspects of Totalitarian Society

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Marketplace of Ideas

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An Amalgamation Of The Ideas Of Ecopsychology And Psychotherapy

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Analysis Of Aldous Huxley 's ' Brave New World '

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Brave New World By Aldous Huxley

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Putting the Puzzle Together: Different Roles in a Business Meeting

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Savages? Cannibals? Barbarians? Oh My!: Montaigne and His Ideas about Society

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Aldous Huxley 's Brave New World

- Aldous Huxley’s Brave New World has taken its place as #36 on the list of most banned books between 2000 and 2009. The novel has been banned in Ireland for its distasteful language, anti-domestic and anti-religious values. In Seattle for the racism about Native Americans. Removed from classrooms in Miller, Missouri for its promiscuous influence on teens. And in India for being pornographic. The list of bannings continues. While the reasons for the censoring of Brave New World may have significance, they are not justifiable when compared with the importance of the novel....   [tags: Brave New World, Aldous Huxley, Science fiction]

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Analysis Of Aldous Huxley 's ' Brave New World '

- How are Lenina and Linda alike. Lenina and Linda share insightful commonalities beyond the general surface in Aldous Huxley’s “Brave New World”. Firstly, it is frequent to jumble the two names as they are nearly the same; both start with an “L” and end with similar pronunciations. Furthermore, the two women are not exactly perfect citizens of the “Brave New World” community. Lenina seems to fulfill the perfect roles of a common citizen at a first glance, although there are several gray ideals that she contributes....   [tags: Brave New World, Aldous Huxley, Huxley family]

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How Did All New Ideas And Inventions Spread Throughout The World?

- The Renaissance was a time period that began in the fourteen hundreds up to the seventeen hundreds following the Middle Ages. This new period regenerated interests in the classical past, as well as gave rebirth to a new creative era. A new era that brought forth the ideas of humanism and Neo-Platonism, as well as new techniques in the fields of art and literature. However, the question is, how did all these new ideas and inventions spread throughout the world. First off, unlike the middle Ages, which was the Age of Faith, where the point of human existence was to find salvation, the Renaissance was secular and man-centered ....   [tags: Renaissance, Middle Ages, Europe]

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Ezra Pound developing ideas

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The New Deal

- Leading up to the Great Depression, there were many problems that needed significant attention. The stock market crash was the primary contributor to the long years of national depression of the 1930s, but the events that came along with it were also very trying. Bank failures, mass unemployment, agricultural collapse, and industrial failures were all factors in this era of overwhelming melancholy, but with the election of 1932, a new plan was formed to change everything. President Roosevelt's New Deal was a new and radical approach to resolving the problems of the Great Depression because it was more left-winged than most ideas of that time and it contained innovative notions and concepts....   [tags: American History]

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What New Ideas I Have For Modifying The Curriculum For Disadvantaged Students

- After reading this week’s article, I began to to reflect on past teaching and what new ideas I have for modifying the curriculum for economically disadvantaged students. As an elementary teacher, I have learned that many young children take on the role of parent at home. Research states, “Children in low-SES homes also tend to live in environments that are overcrowded, with many siblings and many overall needs that must be met by their parents” (Milne and Plourde, 2006, p. 186). This means that parents have less time to spend with their children and older siblings are having to help out more at home....   [tags: Education, Learning styles]

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Roman and Greek Medical Ideas

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