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    health care. The debate however cuts across dynamic and complex aspects like ethical, legal, health, human rights, economic, religious, social, spiritual and cultural aspects of the enlightened society (Math & Chaturvedi, p. 889). Here, this intricate issue is argued from both sides of the ongoing debate and also the plight of the caregivers and the victims. Euthanasia has always been defined as easy and gentle death especially in cases of painful and incurable illness. It has also been referred to

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    The Assault by Harry Mulisch

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    In Harry Mulisch’s novel The Assault, the author not only informs society of the variance in perception of good and evil, but also provides evidence on how important it is for an innocent person experiencing guilt to come to terms with their personal past. First, Mulisch uses the characters Takes, Coster, and Ploeg to express the differences in perspective on the night of the assault. Then he uses Anton to express how one cannot hide from the past because of their guilt. Both of these lessons are

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    Social Responsibilities of Management The expression social obligations are regularly spoken to on the grounds that the impulse of administration nears the development et al. bothered. Exchange come to live things of human advancement and may respond to need of progress. In the event that the administration doesn't act according to modifies in group needs, the progress will quality them to act in this way all around principles or won't sanction the venture to remain alive. Subsequently the amplified

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    In the book “Lord of the Flies” written by William Golding, Golding has a certain type of philosophy that he applies throughout the book. The main idea of Golding’s philosophy is that people were naturally cruel and that if there were no rules people would fight, rob, and kill. A little later on there was another philosopher named Jean Jacques Rousseau. Rousseau’s philosophy opposed Golding’s philosophy by believing that humans in their normal state are at the most part good. I believe that some

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    Hatred Hell into Lovely Heaven

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    Starts from “Why do they hate me?”, and then grows into “Why can’t they give me another chance?” and ends up with “I will take revenge!” that is how humans’ hatred toward other person caused him/her to do evils. When humans start to think about taking revenge, they will think of the worst thing they can do to those who they want to take revenge to, and there is a possibility that they want to kill them too. Imagine how if everyone in this world has that kind of feeling, the world will be in chaos

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    persepolis

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    In the graphic novel, Persepolis, the main character, Marjane, faces many coming of age moments. Each one of these change her in a way that impacts her view on the world around her as her and her family strive for a better life amongst a war that hinders their ability to follow their beliefs. Marjane learns to forgive, experiences pain and suffering, and changes her opinions on God and her own views on religion forever. Marjane’s life has been filled with hard times, but also glorious moments as

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    raising children

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    “Everybody knows how to raise children, except the people who have them...” Is this quote true or the complete opposite? While some adults believe, the way they raise and punish their child is their own business, most parents believe that raising and punishing a child should be discussed and well thought out. Parents believe that there is a right and wrong way to raise and punish your children. Also, they believe that the way children are raised and punished, go hand in hand on their behavior around

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    The Things They Carried

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    The Things They Carried The Things They Carried, by Tim O'Brien, is a generalization of his own experiences in Vietnam although the story itself is a work of fiction there is still much to be learned from it. Through the actions of soldiers in The Things They Carried we can begin to explore the effect war has on the human condition and the toll it plays on their minds. Some of the themes in the book, The Things They Carried, are bravery and what true bravery is, truth and how the manipulation

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    Ursula LeGuin's The Ones Who Walk Away From Omelas Utopia is any state, condition, or place of ideal perfection. In Ursula LeGuin's short story "The Ones Who Walk Away From Omelas" the city of Omelas is described as a utopia. "The Ones Who Walk Away From Omelas" presents a challenge of conscience for anyone who chooses to live in Omelas. Omelas is described by the narrator as the story begins. The city appears to be very likable. At times the narrator does not know the truth and therefore

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    Plato Vs Socrates

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    Plato's point of view is different from many other peoples. He says that people do wrong not because they are inherently evil, but because they are unclear about what is best for them. While the good truly is good, the pleasant do not know good and therefore have the incorrect belief of good. He is saying someone who is good knows what good is and those who do not do good do not know good itself. Plato believes that the contemporary society is mistaken about their interpretations of good and

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