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  • Drawing The Boundaries Of The Ethical Self

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    biocentric self of deep ecology. The paper then presents an alternative manner of thinking about the ethical self which avoids some of the philosophical difficulties of the foregoing views. This alternative draws on the recent work by Val Plumwood and Donna Haraway. Haraway's cyborg identity is a kind of self-in-relation (Plumwood's term) which allows for ethical deliberations that take relations with others seriously without losing individuality in problematic holism (as deep ecology does). Self-in-relation

  • Watergate: A Study of Political Corruption

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    Like many of the President’s that preceded and followed Richard Nixon, his presidency consisted of many highs and lows. Although Nixon’s first term in office played out against the contentious issue of the Vietnam War, the Civil Rights Movement, and the aftermath of the assassinations of Martin Luther King, Jr. and Robert Kennedy, his presidential legacy consists of the helm of what is widely regarded as the biggest scandal in American politics, Watergate. Despite the volatility of the times, Nixon

  • Digging Deep into The Tempest

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    It makes sense to me to see in this Shakespeare's sense of his own art--both what it can achieve and what it cannot. The theatre--that magical world of poetry, song, illusion, pleasing and threatening apparitions--can, like Prospero's magic, educate us into a better sense of ourselves, into a final acceptance of the world, a state in which we forgive and forget in the interests of the greater human community. The theatre, that is, can reconcile us to the joys of the human community so that

  • Going Deep into Drama

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    Before all electronic devices were invented, people watched plays at theater for entertainment. Plays were the common things back then, and they were where drama came from. According to Merriam-Webster Encyclopedia, the word, “drama”, is from Greek, meaning to do, act. That is why drama is usually conducts on stages and in theaters. According to Meriiam-Webster, drama is defined as a serious story that is expressed as dialogues, and is presented by actors on stages and televisions. Fiction and drama

  • Argumentative Essay On Deep Reading

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    Although deep reading does not, strictly speaking, require a conventional book, the built-in limits of the printed page are uniquely conducive to the deep reading experience. A book’s lack of hyperlinks, for example, frees the reader from making decisions — Should I click on this link or not? — allowing her to remain fully immersed

  • Discussing Critically Religious and Secular Ethical Arguments About Environmental Issues

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    Discussing Critically Religious and Secular Ethical Arguments About Environmental Issues In his book, 'The End Of Nature', Bill McKibben highlights the fact that we are destroying the natural environment at an increasing rate, for our own short-term gain. Since the day that man created agriculture, and industrialisation to follow, the imbalance between man and nature has been growing[1/2]. This has been accompanied by a massive population increase, tripling in the twentieth century alone[3]

  • Deep Practice Makes Perfect

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    Brazilian players have trained in a particular way since 1950s, with a particular tool that improves ball-handling skill faster than anywhere else in the world. Coyle calls that kind of training deep practice, and then he shows that it applies to more than soccer. (p. 14) Another way to show his concept of deep practice is one of his experiment to do it as he says “the best way to understand the concept practice is to do it”. I took that... ... middle of paper ... ...nd our present abilities; to

  • Deep Talks and Magical Sights

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    I set the last fork on the table and stepped back, soaking in the breathtaking sight before me. The golden afternoon light streamed through the windows that lined the left side of the room, bathing the dark oak table in a glow that shone on the silverware and caused the crystal wineglasses to glitter and gleam. A sitting room was opposite the windows, filled with aged leather chairs and a hand-carved table. A broad, stone gray fireplace, containing the last blood-orange embers of a long dead fire

  • Deep Survival by Laurence Gonzales

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    sense of security that is born from the technological developments that science has given to society. While they may feel safe, there are much larger threats of disaster that people are not prepared for. These include natural disaster and human error. Deep Survival by Laurence Gonzales aims to educate the people on how to better protect themselves and prevent death. The novel accomplishes this through sharing personal stories and stories of others who have survived near death experiences. This is an

  • Analysis Of The Deep Practice Cell

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    Chapter 1 The Sweet Spot: Deep Practice involves resiliently setting a standard slightly higher than you can reach. To do this you need intrinsic motivation, because the harder you work at something the more chance you have to enhance your skills and remember it better. When you find the "optimal gap between what you know and what you 're trying to do," is when you are deep practicing says Robert Bjork, psychology professor. Deep practicing involves making plenty of little mistakes and then making