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The Separation Of Spheres And Their Aspirations

- Reading Response – Part One Separation of spheres refers to an ideology that developed during the late 1800s (the industrialization period in Canada), in which men and women were prescribed public and private ‘spheres,’ respectively. The conceptual creation of spheres expresses the set of responsibilities associated with the presumed nature of men and women. In other words, men took care of all public, external matters; their duties were limited to paid labour or working at industrial establishments and offices....   [tags: Woman, Gender role, Gender, Masculinity]

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Pythagoras's Theory of Harmony of the Spheres

- Pythagoras is considered, not only as one of the greatest mathematicians in history, but also for his works concerning music, philosophy, astrology, and many others for all the discoveries made by him. One of the greatest discoveries attributed to Pythagoras is the discovery of the musical scale used nowadays. This scale was based on the principle in which all Pythagoreans base their thought: the existence of numbers in every single aspect in existence. A philosophical belief of universal creation based upon the perfect harmony between numbers and nature....   [tags: Pythagoras, philosphy, the republic]

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The Existence Of Female And Female Spheres

- We are all clay pots composed of clay (the infinite) declares a Sruti text defining the overall principle of Atma. “In the image of God He created him; male and female, He created them” Genesis [1:27]. Whether in Hinduism or Christianity, these scriptures clearly imply that males and females are composed of identical matter, created as equals. Furthermore, Hindus believe in the spiritual equality of males and females on an existential level as a representation of enlightenment. The Stetassvata Upanisad states “knowledge and deliverance do not differ between sexes.” These doctrinal premises allowed gurus to advocate for spiritual equality, yet gender inequality embodied as prescribed gender r...   [tags: Gender, Gender role, Female, Woman]

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Minimalism and Its Spheres of Influence

- Art and Minimalism and all that is related: Art is like the mirror of a society, in many ways. It has always been relatable to and representational of the aspirations of a particular era. That society influences art goes without saying. That art seeks to influence social and cultural phenomenon speaks of its affective power. Minimalism was a logical development of trends that started at the beginning of the 20th century - more notably, in architecture with the Bauhaus and Mies Van Der Rohe’s philosophy of “Less is More”....   [tags: Key Aspects, Art]

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The Revolutions Of Heavenly Spheres

- The scientific revolution, transformed our understanding of science through the scientific lens, after Copernicus published his works in the year of 1543. After Copernicus published “The Revolutions of Heavenly Spheres” in 1543, the Counter Reformation begins about two years later. A large part of the story of our universe involves nature writers, which developed their ideas through experimentation with technology. Through their writing and works of literature, they were able to challenge the way individuals felt about the world around them....   [tags: Universe, Nature, Nicolaus Copernicus, Earth]

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The Public And Private Spheres

- The division of spaces – both public and private – has often been taken for granted to the extent that the reproduction of patriarchy has influenced and misconstrued the representation of women in space. The establishment of this ideology behind the dichotomy between subject and object, men and women, public and private, Self and Other, has its roots deep in patriarchy and its variants (i.e. capitalism) that have constantly been reinventing themselves and the issues surrounding them. My research will address current issues inflicting women today with respect to their contextual history in order to provide a complete picture of the problem....   [tags: Sociology, Feminism, Public library, Society]

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The Separation Of Spheres During The 19th Century

- The separation of spheres was an ideology embedded into the urbanizing society in the 1900s when the industrial revolution had taken off in Canada, producing high productivity, long hours, and most importantly, workplaces separated from home. These changes following industrialization created a new dynamic between families, workplaces, and relationships in society. The structure of the family had been reinvented as work and home became segregated, which is an idea known as the separation of spheres....   [tags: Family, Mother, Father, Sociology]

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Resistance as the Byproduct of Separate Spheres

- Resistance as the Byproduct of Separate Spheres The history of women in the United States is primarily a study of gender, the social construction of sexual difference, through time. The nineteenth century stands out as the period when the code of separate gender spheres emerged and yet, already, began to come into question. Social forces of economic and religious change sculpted gender into a dichotomy differentiated along roughly the same lines as (what we can now consider problematic) divisions between the private/public, emotional/rational, and consuming/producing....   [tags: Essays Papers]

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Factors Influencing the Size of Spheres

- Factors Influencing the Size of Spheres Aim In class and through my own research I have found out that there are several things that control the sphere of influence of a settlement. In my project I intend to see if these theories can been seen to affect sphere of influence of real settlements in Essex and the Lake District. The theories I am going to test are on range, accessibility, size of settlement, and tourism function. Background information Sphere of influence David Waugh text book tells us that sphere of influence is “the area around each settlement which comes under its economic, social and political influence.” This is also known as urban field or...   [tags: Papers]

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Liberal Feminism : Social And Political Spheres Of Social Life

- Liberal Feminism Classical liberal feminism attributes the inequalities women experience to their lack of access to the economic and political spheres of social life, which in turn is caused by the legal and social restrictions that are placed upon them. With the liberal principle of universal human rights as their basis (which dictates that all humans are equal in worth), liberal feminists argue that men and women must be treated equally, which can be accomplished by eradicating any limitations (whether legal or social) that prevent women from participating in the same spheres as men....   [tags: Feminism, Gender, Gender role, Radical feminism]

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