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    Naive Macbeth

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    Naive Macbeth Macbeth begins on a bloody note: a battle rages from which Banquo and Macbeth survive bloodied, but heroes.  They are the generals of Scotland; the country’s future is in their hands and in their blades.  However, when one clutches once to such power, it is hard to let go.  Macbeth cannot let go.  Macbeth also ends on a bloody note: Macbeth’s head is cut off and presented to Malcolm, his replacement.  Peace is restored through war; bloody injustice is righted finally with bloody

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    Innocent and Naive Macbeth Innocence is a quality that few people take to their grave, although all are born with it. At some point in one's life, an event or circumstance removes that shield from both moral and legal guilt, whether in one's own eyes or in the eyes of another. In such a case, innocence is cast off, or innocence can be stolen. Both are true of Macbeth in William Shakespeare's tragic work Macbeth. The hero's innocence and naïveté make him vulnerable prey for those who feel completely

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    While folk art is unique to it's individual cultures we can't help but recognize running themes in subject, style, and feel. From these groups comes a remarkably rich and unique collection of music, food, holidays, arts and crafts, and literature. Naïve Art could simply be classified as folk art, but is distinctly the work of untrained, or rather, self taught artists, many of whom are capable of creating the most evocative and relatable scenes with tools as simple as matchsticks and mud. Contributions

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    Methodology In this chapter we are going to provide more insight into the Naïve Bayes algorithm. The aim is to show how the method works. We will also take a look at how our model will be developed, the various data sets that will be used in the process and how they were chosen. Then we are going to look at feature selection and how it will be applied. THE NAÏVE BAYES CLASSIFIER Bayes' rule: P (E | H) x P (H) P (H | E) = _________________ P (E) The fundamental concept of Bayes' rule is that

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    section{Planning and Scheduling} label{sec:planingscheduling} Automated planning is concerned with making a plan for solving a problem. When working with these kind of problems, the difficulty primarily lies in defining the problem in a precise yet relatively simple way. There are different approaches on how to do this, based on what kind of problem needs to be solved. Often their representation will include definitions of states, actions and functions which map states to a new state. The state

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    Naivety in Macbeth

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    Humans are naïve in nature, regardless of race, culture, or environment. Some humans are more naïve than others. Naivety has been the downfall of men throughout history. Taking a glance at history, Czar Nicholas II was naïve and foolish because he followed the words of his advisors. His advisors, including a Holy man named Rasputin, had an uncanny influence over Czar Nicholas II. If he had not listened to their advice to mobilize his army to the Austria borderline, would World War I and his

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    In Shakespeare’s play “Macbeth”, Macbeth was once a loyal knight in his king’s army, but he transforms into a greedy felon. Shakespeare shows that greed can be a person’s demise. Macbeth is true to this statement because he lets the greed to be king engulf him; he blatantly executes malicious deeds to make true his fate foretold by the three witches. Macbeth is gullible/naïve for the witch’s prophecies, ambitious to be king, and is influenced by external forces. Macbeth hears that he is prophesied

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    Macbeth’s Greatest Flaw

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    Tragedy of Macbeth written by William Shakespeare is about a humble Lord named Macbeth, who loses himself throughout his rise to power. In the beginning of Act 1 Macbeth happened across three witches who tricked him into thinking he will become king after the death of King Duncan. Soon after Macbeth hears the witches’ prophecy he learns that Duncan named his son Malcolm to be his successor. This drives Macbeth mad with greed and envy as he tells Lady Macbeth his future of being king. Lady Macbeth convinces

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    haunt them. The reason why anybody fails in this story is because of their “flaw”. Not everyone dies though, that is because their flaw is not fatal. Following will be an explanation of how the major flaws of the characters lead to their downfall. Macbeth will be the first one discussed, since he was the main character. The play’s problems start when he kills Duncan. This is done because he has a flaw; he is too determined. He doesn’t let anything in his way of the goal, to be king, proven here: The

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    believe William Shakespeare makes an argument that Macbeth is a tragic hero. Macbeth characterizes a tragic hero since he is considered nobility, and he falls from grace due to his tragic flaw. At the end of Macbeth, the concept of order is restored since Macbeth receives punishment for his actions. At the beginning of Macbeth, Macbeth is revered by the Scottish people. At the end of the war with Norway, a captain tells King Duncan that “brave Macbeth/…fixed his head upon our battlements” (1.2.16-23)

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