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  • The Implication Of Technology In The Botany Of Desire By Michael Pollan

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    Technology is an unavoidable aspect of today’s society. From getting up at precisely seven o’clock for that early morning meeting, to falling asleep to the drone of the eleven o’clock news anchor, people do not even think about how much technology impacts their everyday lives as humans. However, there are also more specific applications of advancing technology, such as improving research capabilities for agriculture and medicine, reinventing the way people or groups communicate, especially in terms

  • Nursing Corps Scholarship Program: Why I Want To Become A Nursing Community

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    Nursing Corps scholarship program mission is to provide qualified and dedicated nurses to provide amazing care to patients in underserved communities. It will be an honor for me to serve and provide quality care to patients when I graduate from nursing school and pass the board exam. First of all, My main goal in life is to love and serve people that is the more reason why I choose a career in nursing because I will have the opportunity to serve and provide quality care to patients in underserved

  • Attack on Poland

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    Attack on Poland At daybreak on the first day of September, 1939, the residents of Poland awakened to grave news. A juggernaut force of tanks, guns, and countless grey-clad soldiers from nearby Germany had torn across the countryside and were making a total invasion of the Pole's homelands. Germany's actions on that fateful morning ignited a conflict that would spread like a wildfire, engulfing the entire globe in a great world war. This scenario is many people's conception of how World War

  • Langston Hughes

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    Few poets in the twentieth century, and perhaps even in any century, can be compared to Langston Hughes. Hughes wrote with his heart and soul, creating poems that everyone could understand. He expressed love for all races, colors, and religions and did not judge anybody until he had reason to judge them. He wrote to entertain, to inspire, to teach, and to make a point. His way with words made him the most popular and prolific black writer of the twentieth century (Offinoski, 32). Hughes was born

  • Terrorism, And IRA: The Events Of Terrorism And The IRA

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    Terrorism and the IRA: The events of Bloody Sunday through the eyes of music and terrorism. By Noah McCammon When I say the word terrorism, what do you think of? 9/11? Muslim Extremists? Most kids our age living in the U.S. have had their idea of what terrorism is shaped by events that have happened to our country since we’ve been alive. But terrorism, in many different forms, has been going on for hundreds of years, for hundreds of reasons. But to understand what links acts of violence between

  • Hamlet Character Analysis Ophelia

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    Hamlet, by William Shakespeare, contains many complex characters involved in the royal court of Denmark. After the king’s tragic death, his son, Hamlet begins to lose his mind, leaving behind the girl he once loved. Ophelia, the daughter of the Lord Chamberlain to the royal court, remains a static character; obedient and passive, while still maintaining her innocence. Upon the death of a loved one, however, she goes mad, her own end reflective of her inborn characteristics. Ophelia lived a very sheltered

  • The Enlightenment

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    Encyclopædia Britannica Online: Lawhead, W. F. (2002). The Voyage of Discovery: A Historical Introduction to Philosophy. Belmont, CA: Wadsworth/Thomson Learning. Mills, D., Clauson, M., Chamberlain, T., & Mortensen, J. (2010, January). Class Notes. Making of the Modern Mind . Cedarville, Ohio.

  • Charles Darwin’s Influence on The Nazi Party

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    "Multiply, vary, let the strongest live and the weakest die.” ― Charles Darwin, The Origin of Species Charles Darwin, believe it or not played a huge role in the development of the holocaust. He played a role in the beliefs of the Nazi party. His theories is what they based their laws off of, they gave the Nazi's their thoughts of political beliefs. This leading to the Nazi's replacing the Judeo-christian Doctrine with Darwinism. Darwin's theories had a huge impact on how the jews were treated

  • The Tragedy of Ambition in Shakespeare's Macbeth

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    The Tragedy of Ambition in Macbeth Shakespeare's tragic play, Macbeth, shares common themes with many other stories and actual events. Many scandals, both historic and current, can be linked to greed, ambition, and abuse of power.  Typically, the key figures are motivated by, and are inevitably destroyed by, ambition.  This is also the case in Macbeth, where ambition leads to the downfall of the once great character, Macbeth. William Shakespeare's tragedy, Macbeth, is a play about a man's

  • Frankenstein Birth Myth Essay

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    In 1985, Moer coined the term ‘birth myth’ to describe Frankenstein as a “woman’s book” about post-natal depression (79), and this idea has since been developed upon. However, the tradition of understanding Frankenstein as a ‘birth myth’ has been primarily considered in light of the biographical details of Mary Shelley’s life and their correspondence with her work. Particular attention has been given to the impact of her mother’s death shortly after Shelley’s birth and the subsequent trauma of the