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  • Factions: Harmful or Helpful?

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    give an explanation of the reasoning, unavoidability, and necessity of each article in the Constitution. Federalist Paper number 10 is one of importance because it explores the problem of factions fighting and tearing a country apart. Factions according to James Madison’s Federalist 10 article are, “By factions…a number of citizens, whether amounting to a majority or a minority of the whole, who are united and actuated by some common impulse of passion, or of interest, adverse to the rights of other

  • Red Faction: Guerrilla

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    Red Faction: Guerrilla Video Game Evaluation Instructor: Ismail Alihan Hadimlioglu Prepared by: Steven Bartos Spring 2014 Table of Contents 2 1. Game Summary 3 1.1. Genre 3 1.2. Visual Style 3 1.3. High Concept 3 1.4. Synopsis 4 1.5. Setting 4 2. Gameplay 4 2.1. Features 4 2.2. Artificial Intelligence 5 3. Story, Setting, and Character 5 3.1. Story 5 3.2. Environment 6 3.3. Characters 6 4. Game Related Details (Combat, Items, etc.) 7 4.1. Combat 7 4.2. Weapons & Weapon Balance 8 4.3. Mechanisms

  • Factions and the Constitution

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    Factions and the Constitution The framers designed the Constitution in such a way as to lessen the influence of political parties in American government, however at the same time, the very essence to the formation of political parties, liberty, was left in the Constitution. Both Madison and Schattschneider cite that while the Constitution does not support factions, it cannot abolish them because of the fact that the Constitution was designed to protect the liberties of the citizens. They both

  • Complexity And Conflict In The Divergent Series By Veronica Roth

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    Divergent series by Veronica Roth centralizes on a society with faction, separating every person by their personality. There are 5 factions, Erudite which is based on intelligence, Abnegation which values the need of others above the needs of oneself, Candor which value honesty, Factionless which are the people who don’t fit in anywhere, and there’s Dauntless, who are considered the strongest soldiers of all the factions. These factions represent the city of Chicago, since Chicago is the only state

  • Divergent

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    In a futuristic Chicago, society is divided into 5 factions. Abnegation the selfless, Dauntless the brave, Erudite the intelligent, Candor the honest, and Amity the peaceful. When all teenagers reach the age of 16, they must choose to either stay in their faction of birth, or transfer into another faction. Beatrice Prior must make the decision to stay with her family in a faction she feels she isn't right for, or to transfer into another faction, and leave her family behind. What follows is a highly

  • Analysis Of Being Divergent

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    and are tested so see which faction best suits them. Beatrice learns that she is divergent. Being divergent is dangerous and rewarding. The leaders will kill a divergent if they find out. She must not tell anyone, not even her family about her results. Being divergent also means she cannot be controlled by the government. She is more intelligent and can bend the rules. • The teens arrive at the Choosing Ceremony the following day. Most of the teens stay in the faction they were born into. Being originally

  • Divergent is Cool

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    father, Marcus. Ever since, he has earned the rank has No. 1 and chosen not to be a main leader in the faction. This makes him distinct. It started when he was a young boy, being the son of a government official, it was quite difficult. According to the Erudite faction, the brains of the five factions, his father had beaten him and drove him away from his home, Abnegation. While in his home faction, he learned to be selfless. This makes him an excellent choice for a groundbreaker. He specifically worked

  • The Consequences of Factions

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    describing what a functioning, well-established government should contain. In the 10th of his Federalist papers, Madison discusses the detrimental, yet necessary existence of factions in political life. Madison states that, “the latent causes of faction are sown in the nature of man” (Madison), the effects of these factions has to be effectively controlled by implementing the republican principle. By evaluating four separate policy events it is remarkable to see the relevance of the ideas that James

  • Divergent Theme Essay

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    course of the book that emphasize the book’s main theme of rite of passage. Tris, upon turning sixteen, is forced to choose whether she wants to remain in her faction (Abnegation) with her family, or choose to change to another faction where she will most likely never see her family again. Tris bravely decides to change to the Dauntless faction (which coincidentally, is known for their bravery), where she goes through an initiation process in order to become a full-fledged member of Dauntless. Over

  • Books versus Movies

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    left there factions due to a serious injury, that was not shown in the movie. There is no way for the character to prosper in the movies as it did in the books after Divergent. Throughout the book he plays as a part of the faction less, as implied, do not belong to a faction. This is because that they either as one of the main characters have, been sent out on an injury, or that they do not fit a faction. The character plays a huge part in the second book, as one of the leaders of the faction less, but