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Realm of Reality and Mythical Realm

- Two realms are actively experienced throughout a person’s lifetime: the realm of reality, and the mythical realm. Not everyone’s realms are the same; one person’s mythical world could be another person’s real world. People often seek to find a mythical realm, a mythical life, in order to escape from their everyday reality. Sometimes this alters one’s version of reality in the process. One world cannot exist without the other; therefore, in order to cross over, a person has to leave certain aspects of one world behind to take pieces from the other....   [tags: realms, reality, mythical reality]

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The Human Realm

- He glanced at Ross and motioned toward the communal room with the large view screen. “Come minion, we have work to do. Find something to scribe with.” The youngling looked confused. Maliki rephrased the directive, “You will need to take written notes in order to properly execute the tasks I demand of you.” The young man headed to the other room, dug through a black sack with two straps, and brought out a pad of paper and writing implement. Maliki sat in a large armchair that reminded him of his throne back home....   [tags: 2007 singles, Want, WANT, Man]

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Realm of Labor

- Separation can develop from anywhere or anyone over periods of time since people’s needs, desires, and goals are very diverse. The variety of people with dissimilar interest can cause tensions among groups, especially in the modern age. There are three categories that contributed to the physical and abstract separation all within the realm of labor: workers versus machines, skilled versus unskilled labors or workers, and immigrant versus non-immigrant workers. These three all intertwine and connect to one another under the world of labor....   [tags: Labor History, Technological Revolution]

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The Realm Of Pedagogy, By Plato And Aristotle

- In the realm of pedagogy, there has been a “battle for the mind” that has existed among philosophers and educators dating back to the time of Socrates, Plato and Aristotle. The introduction in our textbook Philosophical Documents in Education briefly explores various views that have struggled to definitively define what education is and it should be utilized by society. The qualifications of an educated person(s) have been debated about for generations, and the battle can largely be summed up as a “conflict between those who wish to indoctrinate humankind to do the right thing and those seeking to educate human beings to think for themselves” (18)....   [tags: Philosophy, Plato, Socrates, Scientific method]

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The Ysera Realm of World of Warcraft

- The virtual worlds were good for doing what was impossible to do in the physical world rather than simply produce replicates of physical reality (Yee, 2009). This is why most people including myself, although a constant gamer, enjoy the experiences of the virtual world. The virtual world is an escape route from the actual realities of the world. This paper is going to describe my experience in The Ysera Realm of World of Warcraft MMORPG. Avatars are a key component of the virtual world and we rely on them a means of living digitally while fully inhabiting in the world (Taylor, 2002)....   [tags: Personal Narrative]

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Chapter Five And The Realm Of Consciousness

- Chapter five is an interesting chapter to me because it delves in to the realm of consciousness. I am intrigued by what alters conscious states, and how certain affects and events could even alter consciousness itself. Another reason I am interested is because of how it is continuous and yet still changing, and how it consists of many different levels and attentions. Chapter five also has a fact on dreaming that I think is important and that is using dreams as a means of problem solving. I think that each individual has their own level of consciousness and attention depending on what is currently happening in that individual’s life or what has happened recently....   [tags: Unconscious mind, Mind, Neuroscience, Sleep]

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The Realm Of Revenge By William Shakespeare

- The realm of revenge often warps the mental state of characters, leading them to enact vengeance regardless of the repercussions which may permeate their world. In Shakespeare’s renowned play “Hamlet,” the main character, Prince Hamlet, is conflicted between his quest to adhere to his private passion, in regards to his eagerness to avenge his father’s death, and his need to avoid neglecting his responsibilities towards his loved ones. Further, the effects of vengeance are illustrated by Medea, the main character in Euripides’ play “Medea,” who allowed her passion for revenge to supersede her duties to her children....   [tags: Characters in Hamlet, Hamlet, Gertrude]

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Exploring The Spacious Realm Of The Beautiful

- In Introduction to Aesthetics, G.W.F. Hegel’s opening paragraphs describe the spacious realm of the beautiful, the relationship of beauty in both nature and art, and the limitation and defense of aesthetics. Hegel addresses that the proper way to express the meaning of aesthetics is to refer to it as Philosophy of Fine Art, however, once adopting this expression humans, “exclude the beauty of nature” (Hegel). As humans, it has become a way of life to use our senses to help describe the beauty of nature, animals and other people in our world....   [tags: Aesthetics, Philosophy, Mind, Art]

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Black Bodies : The Realm Of Surveillance

- Introduction In what is to follow I will be exploring the ways in which Black bodies become visibly invisible in the realm of surveillance. To do so, I will consider three main ideas. First, Black bodies that are attempting to travel are read as suspicious and potentially dangerous in the security theater of airports and are thus determined to be more deserving of scrutiny than White bodies. An example of how this is acted out is the process of targeting Black peoples’ hair for searches. Next, Black bodies, more specifically Black female bodies, perform the role of Transportation Security Administration (TSA) agents which is emblematic of state power, but is contradictory to how Black people...   [tags: Black people, White people, Race]

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The Nature Of The Dharma Realm

- If one wishes to fully understand All Buddhas of the past, present, and future, One should contemplate the nature of the Dharma Realm: Everything is only a creation of the mind. “Who and what am I?” “Why do I exist?” Each of us, during some part of our life, wonders about these questions. While we are aware of our own being, we don’t actually know how or why we came to be. Our existence poses a great mystery. Our views of who we are and why we’re here, consciously or unconsciously, affect every moment of our lives....   [tags: Buddhism, Gautama Buddha, Bodhi, Four Noble Truths]

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A Whole New Realm Of Fairytales

- Discover a Whole New Realm of Fairytales Maria Tatar is a folklorist and educates scholars at Harvard University. She is well-known author from a variety of her famous articles and scholarly books. One of her best written works is called, "An Introduction to Fairy Tales". In her article she shares her views on how the fairytale genre plays a crucial role among both minor and adult communities. This genre assists in comforting anxious minds and to evolve and comprehend moralities. In brief, engaging in fairytales leads to a world where struggles do not exist of all ages and to where it creates a connection to in order to relate personal conflicts....   [tags: Fairy tale, Morality, Damsel in distress, Ethics]

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Plato And The Spiritual Realm

- Plato believes in the absolute ideas, of the spiritual realm, and the belief of a higher power. Unlike Plato, Socrates, believes in the ideas on earth rather than the spiritual belief. This forces distance between Plato and the teachings of Socrates. Not only that, but also he believes that the ideal of society is the ideal of perfectionism in the spiritual realm. Plato’s views branch from the teachings he received growing up, and in growing up learning and interpreting on his own became key. Augustine believes in salvation and that is by God’s grace through faith that people are saved....   [tags: Plato, Philosophy, God, Augustine of Hippo]

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The Realm Of Modern Literature

- In the realm of modern literature, a multitude of texts have produced a “thicket of information”(Goldsmith, “Uncreative writing” 1). In this “thicket”, all works seemingly blend together into one jumbled-up, problematic mess. To cut through this jungle of mundaneness, writers aspire to fabricate what they perceive as “creative” literature. There are even guides to doing this; though most are filled with cliché terms and phrases such as: explorer, ground-breaker, and going where no one has gone before(8)....   [tags: Writing, Literature, Creative writing, Writer]

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Hope in the Totalitarian Realm

- ... Unlike the men who engage freely in homosexual behaviors, there is no sexuality or intimacy that forms between women within the camps. The men see them as dirty and vile, and sex as a necessary means to an end. How, therefore, could these women ever know what love and companionship feels like. Patricia Hill Collins in her work on Black Sexual Politics notes, “Oppression functions not simply by forcing people to submit…but also works by rendering its victims unlovable. Once objectified in their own eyes and in those of their supporters, people police one another and all become more easily exploited and controlled” (Collins 250)....   [tags: religion, manipulation of history]

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The Industry Realm Of Technology

- Business Opportunity The industry realm of technology has proven sustainability in all its facets from business to science. Technology has not only proven it sustainability in the business environment but in society’s main stream individual’s life. Sigel (2010) stated, the estimated global market for smart appliances will increase from $3.06 billion to $15.12 billion (refrigerators $2.69 billion and washers $3.54 billion). The aggregate supply and demand is continuously evolving at a rapid pace....   [tags: Marketing, Supply and demand, Energy conservation]

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The Realm Of Online Marketing

- How Case Studies Acquires the Harnessing Power of Social Media to Grow your Presence. The realm of online marketing has perilously transformed. Now you have the actual control what will be said to your customer about your company. Now you can prepare and push out your marketing material and make it conspicuous so the world listen what you want them to. There might be chances, customer may have grumbled, but their friends from the community could hear. Now social media marketing conversations are in the plates of the customer and in each and every span waiting for their feeds....   [tags: Social media, Social network service, Facebook]

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Social Medi Realm Of Racism

- Social Media the Realm of Racism Social media is becoming an outlet for people all around the world to come together and talk on one big surface. Many people use social media to advertise for things or use it as blog to broadcast views. Twitter sparks conversations that appeals to a wide population, this could be because the subject is funny or it could be because the conversation is serious and people want to voice their opinion. Conversations on twitter that have controversy tend to blow up no matter who or what is involved....   [tags: Race, Racism, Race, Twitter]

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Finding a Balance Between Reality and Myth

- Two realms are actively experienced throughout a person’s lifetime: the realm of reality, and the mythical realm. Not everyone’s realms are the same; one person’s mythical world could be another person’s real world. People often seek to find a mythical realm, a mythical life, in order to escape from their everyday reality. Sometimes this alters one’s version of reality in the process. One world cannot exist without the other; therefore, in order to cross over, a person has to leave certain aspects of one world behind to take pieces from the other....   [tags: mythical realm, realm of reality]

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The International System As A Realm Of Constant Conflict

- The international system is a realm of constant conflict. It such a core factor that the entire theory of realism bases itself off of the concept. However, conflict is different than war. While conflict can come in many forms of disagreement, war involves the express use of force. Although an act of war can be done for any purpose that a state feels is necessary, there are certain criteria that must be met if they desire to go through the process of fighting Just War. This kind of war is morally justifiable and dictates the reason and method of the fighting that takes place....   [tags: World War II, United States, Laws of war]

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Analysis Of Thor And Loki : The Tenth Realm

- Thor and Loki: The Tenth Realm tells the story of two siblings Thor and Loki, who go on a quest for their recently divulged sister and the tenth realm, also known as Heaven. The author deploys elaborate, illustrative graphics combined with a broad range of stylistic features to gradually unfold the makings of this narrative. Ordinarily, men are projected as the physically superior gender with their monstrous muscles and prodigious size; women are no compeer with their dainty proportions and paucity muscle mass....   [tags: Gender, Masculinity, Gender role, Gender studies]

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A Legal And Ethical Issue Of The Digital Realm

- A Legal and Ethical Issue in the Digital Realm Virtual Property Protection Virtual world activities and transactions have become indispensable to our lives. People create their avatars to represent themselves and ‘live’ in virtual worlds, such as virtual communities or video games. They spend countless hours in these worlds to improve their virtual social status and reputation, and use real money to buy virtual property in these worlds. These bring people a sense of achievement and great happiness, but most of them have no idea about the risks that they are taking when they are ‘investing’ in these virtual worlds....   [tags: Law, Property, Property law, Personal property]

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Political Realm: A Comparsion of Aristotle and Pluto

- Aristotle and Plato are known as the great political philosopher of their respective time.. The two illustrate some difference in thinking, but also share some similarity in their political ideas such as: supreme rules, political order, and virtue. Plato illustrating an idealist view while Aristotle brings more of a practical view to political philosophy. This paper would focus on the differences these political genius bring to the political realm. In Plato ideal world he looks to build upon a perfect political society....   [tags: supreme rule, political order, virtue]

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Role Conflict in the Realm of Management Theory

- Role Conflict in the Realm of Management Theory As a manager, the task of personnel performance and organizational cohesion is of the upmost importance. In order to more effectively stimulate an environment that is conducive to optimizing personnel performance, theories have been developed to help managers more effectively mitigate any conflicts that have the potential to sideline production and employees. As a manager, one of the most important theories that needs to be considered is role theory, in particular, that of role conflicts....   [tags: performance, relationships, employees]

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Common Practices Within The Religious Realm

- Common Practices in Religion The common practices within the religious realm can be referred to what is called indigenous religion. There are many regions that are geographically separated along with the cultures and languages that determine how practices are managed. Whether there are specific species or the worship of plants and animals depends upon the country in which indigenous people live. It is very important that the word indigenous is known to be similar with most people would understand as being native....   [tags: Religion, Christianity, Culture, Islam]

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Realm Of Robot Themed Slot Games

- Meta: The “Robo” series by 777IGT continues to plod along, with latest entry taking the form of Robo Cyber X. Showing the realm of robot themed slot games a thing or two, it’s clear that this game is ready for mechanical warfare. Robo Cyber X Review 777IGT are hardly a household name in the world of online slots; in fact, they are pretty an unknown brand. This small developer has seemed content with catering to low-key audiences, as the brand has hardly delivered any big budget games to date. That could all be set to change now though, as the “Robo” series of games is really starting to gather pace....   [tags: Robot, Robotics, American films]

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Genetic Engineering Is The Gateway Into An Advanced Realm Of Medicine

- Genetic engineering is the gateway into an advanced realm of medicine. A realm where disease can be eradicated. A realm where parents can decide what attributes they want in their offspring. For genetic engineering to reach this point, it will need to become more of an acceptable practice, especially its use in fetuses and infants. These so called “designer babies” are the key for this progression (Britt). Society must just accept and adapt to these medical developments in order for the next step in human evolution to commence....   [tags: DNA, Genetics, Gene, Cell]

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The Realm Of Technology Is Forever Changing Around Us

- The realm of technology is forever changing around us. In fact, North Americans have a tendency to think of themselves as the most technologically modern individuals on planet Earth (Reid 146). Yet, when it comes to including the latest forms of technology into our daily life, Finland is already ahead of us. This country has 5 million people and 3 million cell phones-this rate is 60 percent, which is more than twice the level of the United States (Reid 146). The use of cell phones has a huge impact on us socially....   [tags: Mobile phone, Text messaging, Rotary dial]

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A Brief Note On The Realm Of Digital Commerce Or A Seasoned Pro

- Ease of Use Whether you are a newcomer to the realm of digital commerce or a seasoned pro, you probably recognize the importance of a clean, clear and user-friendly website. Even if you sell world-class products, your business will suffer if you can 't easily configure your store and clients can 't easily navigate it. Fortunately, all five of these platforms are equipped with easy-to-use dashboards, and most of them have helpful setup wizards to guide you through the process of creating your store....   [tags: Customer service, Electronic commerce]

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The American Dream Holds The Realm Of Individual Preference

- MacLeod holds that aspirations pertain to the realm of individual preference as to what activities they should apply themselves to, based on their strengths and desires; expectations are a product of said individual analyzing the bounds placed on them by environment in which they live and, based on that, building an image of what they can really engage in based on said bounds. Expectations are tamed, quiet and sometimes despondent reflections of aspirations, as the two rarely coincide. The American dream holds the two are one and the same, but as MacLeod points out in this excerpt, this is woefully untrue for at least the lowest part of the social strata; I would add it 's not possible for m...   [tags: Education, High school, Higher education]

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How Technology Has Changed The Realm Of Communication

- Communication skills are essential to operate in this day and age. The mode of communication has vastly changed in my life time. As a child I remember there being a land line (telephone) with a feature titled call waiting (indicated by a beep when you received a call while speaking on the phone with someone else) and an answering machine. Those items are now considered artifacts. The rise of technology gave birth to new ways to communicate. Letter writing and speaking on land lines are truly a thing of the past....   [tags: Health care, Communication, Profanity]

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A comparison of Behar’s The Vulnerable Observer and Tsing’s In the Realm of the Diamond Queen

- When presented with ethnographic works, the first thing one would normally do would be to compare. The Vulnerable Observer by Ruth Behar and In the Realm of the Diamond Queen by Anna Lowenhaupt Tsing, both demonstrate key factors that prove to be prevalent throughout the anthropological world today. Through the examination of each piece, it is clear that they both share similar restrictions, trials and tribulations. As both books begin to unravel, the themes of marginality and borders (in a multitude of contexts) rise to the surface....   [tags: ruth behar, anthropology, ana tsing]

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How Does The Digital Realm Influenced The Boom Of Cosmetic Surgery?

- For our project, K-POP, we have decided to compare how the digital realm influenced the boom of cosmetic surgery in Korea compared to American plastic surgery, where digital means are a less common tool utilized to increase, accentuate, and bring publicity to this industry. We want to take a deeper look into how Korean pop culture and its technology may be influencing the process one takes to get plastic surgery, such as the advertising it provides for each individual plastic surgery. This is opposite of America, where plastic surgery is more taboo, therefore absent in these spaces....   [tags: Plastic surgery, Surgery, South Korea]

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Personal Identity Factors Of A 's Sense Of Self Is The Political Realm

- One of the important personal identity factors of a homeschooler’s sense of self is the political realm. A question posed by critics is whether or not home schooling allows for the development of political tolerance (Cheng 50). To understand what is meant by this, first there must be a definition of political tolerance. Albert Cheng, a member of the College of Education and Health Professions at the University of Arkansas, poses this definition: “political tolerance is defined as the willingness to extend civil liberties to groups who hold views with which one disagrees” (51)....   [tags: Homeschooling, Education, Alternative education]

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Women 's Leadership Style And Gender Role Differences Within The Realm Of Leadership

- The increase in women in a leadership positions has created scholarly interest in issues pertaining to sex-based and gender role differences within the realm of leadership, such as leader emergence, leadership style, uses of power and effectiveness (McGraw-Hill, 2016). Research has shown the amount of women in leadership positions, at least at the supervisory and middle management level, have been increasing over the past half-century (Crites, Dickson & Lorenz, 2015). A study showed that women tend to be more democratic in their leadership style, whereas men are more autocratic (McGraw-Hill, 2016)....   [tags: Gender, Gender role, Leadership, Masculinity]

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Graceling Is The First Book Of Gracling Realm Series Of Three Books

- Graceling is the first book in Gracling Realm series of three books, the award winning author Kristin Cashore a graduate of Williams College and got an M.A. at the Center for the Study of Children 's Literature at Simmons College currently resides in Cambridge, Massachusetts. She has currently written three young adult fantasy novels. This book was published in 2008, by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company in Orlando, Florida. This hardcover book has 471 pages, ISBN 978-0-15-206396-2 and costs $17.00....   [tags: Eye color, KILL, Barry O'Callaghan]

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Time Travel: Wormholes and Ideas on Traveling Forwards and Backwards

- ... The law of causality is cause and effect, but it violates reality. The law of causality says that the murder victim dies before being shot, because the effect occurs before the cause. This creates a paradox, which is the exact reason why time travel into the past is just not possible. Things cannot make themselves impossible. When something makes itself impossible, it is called a paradox. If we travelled back in time more years that we are old, the effect would occur before the cause, making the effect and the cause both impossible....   [tags: four dimensional realm]

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The Development of Wages

- One of the fundamental discussions in the realm of Economics since Adam Smith’s Wealth of Nations. Wealth of Nations, printed in 1776 was the first in depth look into the distribution of wealth and the development of wages .After the likes of Smith and other classical economists such as John Ricardo, Robert Malthus, and Karl Marx, neoclassical approaches to wage theory began to develop . In 1932 J.R. Hicks published The Theory of Wages, which introduced the idea that wages were controlled by supply and demand ....   [tags: discussions in the realm of economics]

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The Realm of Sisterhood in Mary Leapor’s Poetry

- The Realm of Sisterhood in Mary Leapor’s Poetry For a woman writer to be read by her peers in eighteenth century England was somewhat unusual. For this woman to procure some kind of living from her writing was even more remarkable. But for such a woman to claim both these accomplishments, with writings attacking the very state of women no less, was extraordinary. Yet Mary Leapor was this woman. Not only did she herself defy society in remaining unmarried for the whole of her short life, but she also took up the call to fight for women everywhere....   [tags: Biography Biographies Essays]

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Analysis Of ' The Son Of Nazareth '

- Escobar Pg 1 Rivers often serve several purposes, may it be physically or metaphorically they enhance life as a whole. The son of Nazareth being baptized in a river signifies it 's importance of enlightenment, becoming overwhelmed with the Holy Spirit. As our protagonist searches for complete Nirvana in the beautifully illustrated Siddartha, he is ultimately instructed by a river. Going far beyond a physical landmark, Herman Hesse exemplifies the significance of the river. The river provided the lighting path for Siddartha and satisfying his thirst for knowledge....   [tags: Gautama Buddha, Buddhism, Realm, Shramana]

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How Judges Should Properly Respond And Treat Criminal Attempts Within The Realm Of Early English Common Law

- The quandary of how judges should properly respond and treat criminal attempts within the realm of early English Common Law can be traced back to two philosophers, known as Plato and Henry of Bracton (Samaha, 2013). While they both had their influence on common law, each man had a dissimilar view of how criminal attempts should be treated. Plato believed that if a person had the intention to commit a crime that he or she should be treated as if the crime was completed regardless if they succeeded or not (Samaha, 2013)....   [tags: Criminal law, Crime, Law, Common law]

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Perspectives in the Realm of Psychology

- Psychology explores human behavior and the human mental process figuring ways to improve the thinking and attitude of an individual’s existence. Sometimes, different techniques are used and tried to properly resolve the problem within the multitude of possible behavioral issues. Moreover, Sigmund Freud, an Austrian neurologist, developed many theories, psychodynamic therapy, for clinically treating people with mental health problems through their unconscious mind; Then, Sigmund Freud’s theories or therapy, rather, diverged into other types of therapies such as Biological Psychology or Cognitive Psychology....   [tags: Psychology ]

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Crime in the Cyber Realm

- The following report takes into consideration two recent cybercrimes for the purpose of analyzing what cybercrime is and who is responsible for it. The opinions of Joseph Migga Kizza and Lawrence Lessig will be evaluated as they relate to the two cybercrimes. As part of the analysis, the underlying assumptions and the practical implications of the two authors will be considered. Two Recent Cybercrimes With the popularity of the social media site Twitter, single letter handles are rare. Naoki Hiroshima was the owner of one of those rare handles, @N....   [tags: social media, moral, ethical]

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Realm: A Fictional Narrative

- Alison had sat looking at the fire most of the night, the orange and red flames licking at her thoughts. She felt sorry for the younger Amir. How lost he looked, so innocent and so blameless. She knew that when Amir did speak of his true life, she knew he would be upset, and feel horrified as to how the young boy became an evil beast who destroyed lives without feeling any guilt for his actions. Matthew had passed out for the night. He had taken to the strong cider with delight. The pure alcohol was as good as any that was bought in his local supermarket he exclaimed to Alison, as he began slurring his words and singing loudly every now and then, and making Alison shush him so as not to arou...   [tags: guilt, action]

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Realm: A Fictional Narrative

- Matthew and Alison arrived back at the school. The alarm bells still ringing and still as loud and annoying as when they departed the school. They stayed in the attic, hiding under tables, hoping not to get caught by the police, who were no doubt walking around the building and looking for the suspects’ who had broken in. Alison sat huddled away in a corner hoping that if anyone came in, then no one would see her. She was still thinking about the young Amir. She felt sorry for him, and longed to have been there a while longer....   [tags: suspects, alarm]

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Realm: A Fictional Narrative

- It was getting dark outside. The usual sunshine, which Westwood had glowing around for many weeks, was nowhere in sight. “Looks like we’re in for a right storm,” Simon commented with a bitter look. “It is very dark, but I suppose we need it. Three weeks without rain in this country, is unheard of.” Alison stated, looking at the greyness that was showing in the living room window. The thunder could be heard from a distance to begin with, so faint, but still that deep rumble, like the kettle drum of an orchestra, and it would not let you forget that as you counted how many miles away it may be, it was soon to venture to your own doorstep....   [tags: storm, danger]

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Realm: A Fictional Narrative

- Simon and Alison began to walk back to the house. She could not believe the damage the storm had caused, and the fact that it was the spirit inside her that could have caused it. She knew that she needed help from the union. Simon may have calmed the spirit for the time being, but the strength of it was much fiercer than anticipated. She went inside her house and found the address that her mother had given her, and ran back to Simon, who stood in the street waiting for her. “I have no idea where Summer Hill Crescent is,” Alison sighed when she handed the small piece of paper to Simon....   [tags: spirit, bungalow]

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Realm: A Fictional Narrative

- The group breathed a sigh of relief when they came out of the small room, stretching their bodies and taking deep breaths. The sky of lilac and the bright pink sun was shining down on them and making the place feel eerie and sinister. “Why Frinda?” Alison asked her mum, when she was able to fight her way through the small crowd towards her. “That’s the hometown of the spirit. To get him to the other side, we need to get him to the place of his death. If we had rid the spirit elsewhere, the consequences would be fatal; with this one, at least....   [tags: kill, path, plan]

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Realm: A Fictional Narrative

- Alison was not sure if she was to close her eyes, or stare at the people around her. She felt silly lying there with everyone looking transfixed to what Carla was saying. She could hear her mum speaking, it seemed a strange language; louder and louder she spoke, the others looking at her, each holding hands around the table. No facial expressions showing amongst them. Alison stared up towards the sky, the pale lilac sky looking back down at her. Her mum’s voice was heard in the distance, as Alison began to glide into a world of her own....   [tags: sky, baby]

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Realm: A Fictional Narrative

- “Alison,” Carla whispered as Alison grumbled, and pulled her quilt over her head. “Come on sleepy head. You have much to do this morning.” “Mum I’m tired; let me sleep for another five minutes,” Alison groaned. “Not today, you have to go somewhere,” Carla smiled slyly. Alison groaned even more, before climbing out of bed. “Mum. It’s only 7.30!” Alison protested when she looked at the clock on her bedside table. “Yes, and believe me, you need all the hours you can get. Get dressed and come down for breakfast,” Carla said as she walked out of the room....   [tags: farewell, morning, safe]

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Realm of Wonders Union

- ... The straw that was around the horse was bloodied from the deep wounds on its stomach. Amir stroked its mane, hugging the creature and whispering gently in its ear, then kissed the horse on its temple and watched sadly, as he died, unable to help a creature who had been his only companion in the palace, for as long as Amir could remember. “Sleep tight Harpo, I’ll miss you,” Amir cried as he closed Harpo’s eyes and continued stroking his mane. “Oh dear, who could have killed your horse?” a wicked voice behind him sneered....   [tags: adeventure, palace, horse]

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Realm of Wonders Union

- ... Alison did as she was told; she dared not disagree with her. “Well, Alison, what can I say?” Mrs. Foster began. “You have not been with us five and twenty minutes, and already you have stirred up trouble.” Alison looked at the floor; she had no idea what to say. “You are entrusted to fight with us, and already you decide not to. You decide the enemy is in need of your assistance?” Mrs. Foster snapped. “Do you think Amir is in need of you. He is evil and needs eliminating from life.” “HE DOES NOT!” Alison shouted, “I know more about the situation than you think.” “How dare you shout at me, you know nothing, you’re not even trained.” “I don’t need training....   [tags: alram, union, school, kill, queen]

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Realm of Wonders Union

- ... Daunting, with no human life to be seen and the air was as still as death?” Mrs. Foster asked casually. They both bolted up straight. “Yes!” they replied in unison. “Believe it or not, that was to protect you.” “Protect us?” Simon repeated. “Yes, when minors go through portals unsupervised, warning bells go and the portals are sent into overdrive and they create an empty kingdom. We did try to make them a bit brighter and colourful to make you youngie’s feel at ease. However, we decided that if we made them feel evil and spooky, then you may never enter portals on your own again.” “Well, it worked, I’ll never do it again,” Simon said agreeing....   [tags: school, wand, magic, portal]

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The Realm of Desire and Dream: Brazil and its Self-Constructing Middle Class of the 1980s, 1990s and Today

- The Realm of Desire and Dream: Brazil and its Self-Constructing Middle Class of the 1980s, 1990s and Today The discourse of self-definition in Brazil is based on perceptions of economic success, material value and social prestige. Throughout the 1980s and early 1990s, there was a general scramble to reconstruct individual identity in social success and achievement. “Assertions of moral and cultural (class and racial) superiority” make up the discourses of national and regional identity, while simultaneously setting up the social building blocks of discrimination and stratification (25)....   [tags: Essays Papers]

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Realm of the Supernatural in Shakespeare's Macbeth

- Power of Spirits in Macbeth   Supernatural beings are used to create dramatic emphasis in all forms of literature. Shakespeare uses witches, ghosts, and apparitions in his play, Macbeth, to generate this effect. Supernatural beings are effective in provoking a reaction in audiences today, so it is easy to imagine how these specters would have alarmed the people of the Elizabethan era. The population of the Elizabethan era had certain ideas about witches, which the three witches in Macbeth were based upon....   [tags: GCSE Coursework Macbeth Essays]

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New Media Alights the Realm of Art History

- What does the term New Media mean and how has it affected the study of Art History during its growth in the last six years. New Media means many things to many people but simply put, it’s an open to semi-open community for interactive dialog and relationships. “[New] media […] is increasingly more a site of coordination, because groups that see or hear or watch or listen to something [that “something” in particular to this essay, is Art History] can now gather.” (Shirky) The New Media has become a type of social communications tool, used in the ever-evolving world of the Internet....   [tags: Art History]

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A study of Costa Rican Exceptionalism Within the Realm of State Formation

- TOMÁS GUARDIA A DICTATOR FOR THE GREATER GOOD Throughout the initial decades on the process of state formation in Costa Rica there were a number of dictatorships, however none were as influential as that of Tomás Guardia. Coronel Guardia was at the head of a military coup motivated by yet another oligarchy rivalry, however once in power, he severed his ties to the coffee elite (Acuña Ortega et al. 2000). Guardia was able to consolidate a base of support outside of the coffee oligarchy, particularly within the army....   [tags: tomas guardia, military apparatus]

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The Importance Of The Tennis Court Oath And The Storming Of The Bastille

- “A leading cause of social stress in France during the Revolution was its large population… 90 percent of the peasants lived at or below the subsistence level, earning only enough to feed their families… Many impoverished peasants blamed the tensions between the rich and poor on the country’s vast social differences” (Exploring the Revolution, 2001). To understand the difference between the importance of the Tennis Court Oath and the storming of the Bastille for the course of the Revolution, the proceedings beforehand prior to these events must be understood....   [tags: French Revolution, Estates of the realm]

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The French Revolution Was A Period Of Political Upheavals

- The French Revolution was a period of political upheaval that occurred in France during the latter half of the 18th century. This revolution marked an end to the system of feudalism and the monarchy in France and a rise to democracy and new Enlightenment ideas. By 1789, when the revolution began, France was in a deep financial crisis due to the debt they had obtained over many years of reckless spending and France was nearly bankrupt. These financial issues fell almost completely on the bottom social class or the Third Estate which made up a majority of the country....   [tags: Estates of the realm, French Revolution]

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The French Revolution And The English Civil War

- The French Revolution and the English Civil War were arguably two of the biggest events in English and French history. The English Civil War spanned from 1642 to 1651, while the French Revolution occurred from 1789 to 1799. During these times monarchies were running on thin ice as the people began to lose faith in their rulers. The monarchies lack of social reliance was a cause of both of these events to occur. Both of these events occurred due to multiple political and economic problems in each of their time periods....   [tags: Estates of the realm, French Revolution]

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The French Revolution And The Civil Rights Movement

- When a government violates the rights and fails to protect its citizens, it is the people’s right to instigate a revolution to revise the government as they see fit. Revolutions especially in the case of complete and utter corruption when leaders of the government are bought by coin and allow injustice to happen, it is the people who must respond and bring the wrongdoers to justice. When a government overreaches its authority and violates its citizen’s rights, the people must rise against tyranny and injustice around them, in doing this they begin the struggle for change in their world....   [tags: Estates of the realm, French Revolution]

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The French Revolution Was A Single Feeling

- The French Revolution was based a single feeling. This feeling was injustice and the commoners were sick of being persecuted by the higher monarchies. They stood up to the “big guys” and fought for what they believed in and ended up changing History. Throughout all periods of History, there have been many revolutions. According to Merriam-Webster, the definition of a revolution is a sudden, extreme, or complete change in the way people lived or worked. There are many different reasons why a revolution might happen....   [tags: French Revolution, Estates of the realm]

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Social Workers the Warriors of Change

- ... In that time it was those workers who set the stage for what we now know as the field of Social Work. The social worker may have many responsibilities or functions but one that will always stand out as paramount would be that of an enabler. In the enabler role the social worker works with the client to become capable of coping with situations or transitional stress. As a social worker one would convey hope, reduce stress, resistance and ambivalence, recognize manage feelings, identify and support personal strengths and social assets (Height 1)....   [tags: professions in the social realm]

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The French Revolution Made Great Changes

- The French Revolution made great changes, both good and bad in society and the government of France. This lasted from 1789 to 1799. The Estates-General had many “trouble spots” during the French Revolution. After the revolution, the Estates took a turn for the better. These same reforms allowed the Nobles and Clergy to outvote the Third Estate, even though they were the biggest group. The formation of the three Estates had many good and bad reactions from the townspeople. The Estates-General consisted of the nobles, clergy, and Third Estate and played an important role in the French Revolution....   [tags: French Revolution, Estates of the realm]

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The French Revolution By William Doyle

- In his book The French Revolution, William Doyle talks about the king’s power before the The French Revolution. Doyle explains that the king has an absolute monarchy over the citizens in France. An absolute monarchy is when a king or queen has full control over his citizens. The king is the judge, jury, and the executioner for his people. Whatever the king decides goes, no one has a say in what he has decided on. There are several examples that Doyle talks about in his book that shows how King Louis the 16th had an absolute monarchy over his citizens before 1787....   [tags: Estates of the realm, French Revolution]

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The French Revolution And The Revolution

- The French Revolution In 1789, the French people were fraudulently treated revolted to form change in France. This is the typical standard of all the begins of Revolutions around the world, just comparable to the Revolution in early America. The powering government used their supremacy over the American colonies in injustice ways, that is a similar case if what happened in France. But this time there was no other power inflicting against them but their own system that was corrupted. The French people were frustrated against the injustice customs of the government against them and so they demanded and pursued for change, subsequently like how the Americans revolted against Britain....   [tags: French Revolution, Estates of the realm]

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The French Revolution And Napoleon

- French Revolution and Napoleon The French Revolution entered a radical stage in 1972 because of the dissatisfaction of the poor, dissatisfaction of the nobles and the clergy, economic crisis, a crisis in leadership, foreign invasion, international polarization, Jacobins gaining power of the national convention, the grow of a counter revolution and the the september massacres. However, accomplishments like purging france of any old order thinkers, turning france into a republic and allowing Bonaparte to come to power came out of such horrific events that is the radical stage....   [tags: French Revolution, Estates of the realm]

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Reasons For The French Revolution

- The French Revolution started during 1789, it allowed for the people to have a better government that actually protected the natural rights of the people. This toke a nearly a decade of rioting and violence for the Third Estate to have their way and get the rights they deserved. From all the causes like the famine of wheat, long debts because of wars, the heavy taxes, and their rights not being protected, some causes stood out more than the others. It is noted that these reasons had to play a major role in order for the French Revolution to occur....   [tags: French Revolution, Estates of the realm]

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Alice's Adventures in Darwinism and the Realm of Child Versus Adult

- Alice in Wonderland, the most famous work of Charles Lutwidge Dodgson, better known as Lewis Carroll, is the enduring tale of one girl’s journey into a world of whimsy and imagination. The story was written for the enjoyment of all children, as Carroll had a strong love and attachment to them, especially little girls. It was however, written more specifically for a dear, close child-friend of his by the name of Alice Liddell, who was the inspiration for the title character. Alice in Wonderland has been, throughout the years since it’s publication in 1865, endlessly deconstructed, analyzed, and studied for underlying meaning in the text (as in Martin Gardner‘s The Annotated Alice)....   [tags: Alice in Wonderland]

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The French Revolution, Avoidable Or Inevitable?

- Divya Narayanan Ms. Lahey Period 4 19, November 2014 The French Revolution, Avoidable or Inevitable. There are many things in history that could have been avoided under the right circumstances, but was the French Revolution one of them. The French Revolution lasted from 1789 all the way through 1799. It captured the decline of the monarchy and the rise of the republic by the people. It abolished strict class systems and gave the society of France hope. There was a lot of chaos occurring in France during the time of the revolution, yet it could have been avoided if the government spread the taxes equally between all three estates, if the estates generals voted by head rather than order, and...   [tags: Estates of the realm, French Revolution, Democracy]

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The Evolution Of The Imperialism Concept And From A New Form Of Social Organization

- This essay will try to present a basic understanding around the evolution of the imperialism concept and from there how the 3 fold social order emerge as a possible answer to a better way of living for the human being. In the Ancient era, the society was completely dominated by priests (Egypt or China) where they are governed by a divine being (Pharaoh or King), there is no independence or separated political realm as nowadays, and also there is no separation of the economic realm, everything is controlled by the spiritual realm.( priest court)....   [tags: Time, Present, Sociology, Politics]

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Wrongful Persecution of Philosophers

- In The Republic, Socrates uses several images in his arguments as metaphors to explain a larger, more significant statement. The allegory of the cave is used to demonstrate that philosophers are wrongly persecuted by the unphilisophical, in that they are indispensable because they are the only ones in the city able to view the world through the intelligible realm, and therefore are able to see the truth (Plato 189). The philosophers in the cave are able to see more than what is projected in front of them, unlike the others chained to the wall....   [tags: Greek, Socrates]

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The Human Condition, by Hannah Arendt

- In Hannah Arendt’s work, The Human Condition, Arendt addresses the active life or Vita Activa and how the three major human activities are incorporated into the public and private realms. The private realm, in which finances and basic needs are met, exists within the household. The Public Realm involves politics and interaction between individuals. All interaction within the public realm requires the individual to have attained freedom. As society continues to develop, however, and the Modern Age takes over the rise of the Social Realm disrupts the hierarchy of these three human activities....   [tags: Politics, Society, Education]

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A Geographic Universe Of The World

- In order to begin to understand the three major clusters in the world, it is important that the reader knows how these clusters came to be and why they are located where they are. For starters, geographers began to categorize earth’s countries as geographic realms. A geographic realm is defined as the basic spatial unit in our world regionalization scheme (Wiley GL-5). Each of these geographic realms is separated by environmental, cultural, and organizational properties. A geographic realm has various characteristics but can be identified by three distinct sets of criteria: physical and human, functional, and historical....   [tags: India, Demography, Asia, East Asia]

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The Loss of Freedom in Modern America

- The Loss of Freedom in Modern America Society exists in two realms: public and private. Thousands of years ago, the public realm was clearly defined as the political arena, where men interacted one with another, and the private realm dwelled among the work and labor of man. The progression from ancient Greece to modern day society has blurred the defining line between the two due to the increasing influence of money. In Greek society, the public realm was a place of action: a place to achieve freedom....   [tags: Argumentative Persuasive Essays]

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Analysis Of Plato 's ' The Good ' And The Sun '

- How is one to determine that everything our eyes perceive is the truth. For us to see certain objects, we need the truth and the good to shed light on objects or ideas of objects. Sight is the only sense that relies on something else (light) to make things visible to the naked eye. Plato has organized a map on what is seen and how it is perceived called The Divided Line. The Divided Line recognizes the difference between what is true knowledge and what is just opinion. This is a chart of how reality is organized based on Plato’s thoughts....   [tags: Mind, Perception, Ontology, Cognition]

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Difference in the Philosophy of Plato and Aristotle and Their Influence.

- ... He believed that to understand something completely, one needed to have direct experience with it through observing the natural world: One doesn’t need to venture to another world or realm to gain knowledge. Thus, Aristotle rejected Plato’s Theory of Forms (IEP). For Aristotle, the ‘forms’ Plato referred to existed within the imperfect things themselves, rather than existing in some other world. Aristotle’s Theory of Knowledge was grounded on his firm belief in logic and demanded empirical evidence....   [tags: Wisdom, Human Philosophy]

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An Interpretation And Adaptation : The Yggdrasil And The Nine Worlds

- An Interpretation and Adaptation: The Yggdrasil and the Nine Worlds After extensive research and analyzing numerous photos/illustrations of the Yggdrasil, I and my groupmates, Katrina Duong and Breanna Thomson, created an edible adaptation of what we thought the Yggdrasil and nine Norse realms would not only look like, but also taste like. We attempted to fill the cakes with a flavor that best represented whom the realm was home to while also choosing flavors that symbolized what each realm was all about....   [tags: Norse mythology, Odin, Prose Edda, Æsir]

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Creating a Virtual Reality Game

- Introduction When people think of play, many most likely revert back to their childhood and picture their innocent games of make-believe and pretend. According to Brian Sutton-Smith, author of The Ambiguity of Play, play “glorifies freedom, originality, genius, the arts, and the innocent and uncorrupted character of the childhood vision” (Sutton-Smith, vii). He claims that play is ambiguous, and can deal with many different ideas and characters such as animals, children, adults, fate, power, identity, imagination, phantasmagoria, the self, frivolity, as well as many other outside factors (Sutton-Smith, v)....   [tags: Video Games]

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Bible Study Overview

- God is a word sent forth without the support of God’s will; hence, revealing the individuals position; a place outside of God’s government. This is important to understand because it is by the Word of God being spoken and properly exercised in your life that will prepare you for the great things the Lord has in store for you. Not one ounce, portion, or part of the Word of God can be omitted if the individual is to walk in harmony with the Lord. As you adhere to the rudiments of fundamental Biblical principles, which are God’s Word, the flesh (the carnal nature of man) is then securely placed under subjection to the kingdom governmental order of God’s will....   [tags: Scripture Analysis]

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The Pre-twentieth Century Gorkha State

- The pre-twentieth century Gorkha state can be thought of us segmentary in Aidan Southall’s sense as opposed to a unitary state, which is more common in modern twenty first century western states, as vectors of power and identity, as expressed through political sovereignty and ritual suzerainty, don’t overlap. A core component of segmentary state is the incorporation Karl Marx’s proposed Asiatic mode of production, in which the king maintains a fixed core with peripheral domains in order to enforce the political sovereignty over a wide area....   [tags: politics, marx, production]

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