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  • New Perspectives on Paul

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    pertaining to Pauline Research and to provide some possible implications from their outcomes. The new perspectives on Paul can be rather confusing for the general layperson, so it is the goal of this paper to clarify and explain these new positions in contrast to the prevalent and classically held orthodox view that contains many doctrines that the church has stood upon for years. The term, “New Perspective on Paul,” was a coined phrase used in 1982 by James Dunn that named the ongoing Pauline Research

  • New England: A Matter Of Perspective

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    New England: A Matter of Perspective John Smith's A Description of New England and William Bradford's Of Plymouth Plantation both present a picture of the same pre-colonial land of New England. Mr. Smith's writing, out of necessity, painted a rosy picture of the new land, while Bradford's historical account shows early New England was not Heaven on Earth. Mr. Bradford and Mr. Smith are writing about one land, but they present two different accounts of the life in the land. John Smith's writing

  • A New Perspective

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    A New Perspective Poets in American history have struggled over time to create or find a distinct American voice among the many different cultural influences and borrowed styles. Each era of poets contributed to the search in a slightly different way, but it was the modernists that really sought to make poetry new. A group to these modernists, called the expatriates, thought that the only way to obtain a new voice would be to escape any ties with old traditions, and to leave the country that

  • New Perspectives

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    New Perspectives This is the first essay that I wrote for class. I was extremely nervous writing my first "college paper" but I ended up enjoying it very much. Although my writing skills and technique are a little unorganized and choppy, I can honestly say that this paper was the one that I most challenged myself creatively. It was pretty hard putting such awesome experiences into mere words, but I did my best. The paper obviously shows my writing level at the beginning of the class, but has

  • New Perspectives

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    Have you ever seen a black and white movie? Some people prefer the traditional black and white movies from the 1930’s but I live in a world of color. Television is constantly changing and improving to newer and better HD resolutions. What if we could enhance our eye sight and see things with a larger range in the spectrum. Would we be able to see radio waves in the air that send signals to our stereo systems and give us music? Or could be see things in different dimensions besides 3D? We may never

  • A new Perspective

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    conclude that when humans annihilate other species of the ecosystem, the ecosystem will become unbalanced. The ecosystem needs all species and humans alike, working together. I intend on addressing the sense of whether deep ecology should be the new framework for guiding human actions. Currently, deep ecology has been described as a political and philosophical radical branch of environmentalism. It is marked by a hatred or scorn for humankind. Deep ecology portrays humanity as a pathological

  • Use of an Outsider’s Perspective in Brave New World

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    Aldous Huxley uses the viewpoint of an outsider, or Savage, to give the reader different perspectives of his dystopian world in Brave New World. After traveling to the World State from the reservation, John (the savage) disagrees with the lack of intimacy, the lack of morality, and the lack of free will that he witnesses there, which shows the reader a very different side of the World State. These imperfections, along with many other factors, cause John to plunge into insanity and eventually commit

  • A New Perspective

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    People in similar situations may respond differently, resulting in different outcomes and realizations. The story "Cathedral" by Raymond Carver is about a married couples experience with the wife’s friend, a blind man, named Robert. Throughout the visit, the husband is forced to be with Robert and he inevitably learns that they actually have a lot in common. By the end of the story, the husbands’ initial view of Robert, changes when they both draw a Cathedral, together, hand in hand. The story “Cat

  • Analysis Of The Environmental Case

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    When it comes to environmental issues there are many value perspectives and different opinions on how the issues should be resolved. These perspectives that author Judith Lazyer describes her book “The Environmental Case” includes Promethean, conservationist, preservationist, and ecological perspectives. In our class we connected topics we learned in our Environmental Policy class to the books such as “Flight Behavior” and Ecotopia in our English Reality and Utopia class. A connection I found between

  • An Essay On Albrecht Durer

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    became extremely interested in making new art, based upon mathematics, as it would become the backbone of his art and a pillar of his legacy. in 1495 Dürer visited Venice, he would return to Nuremberg with Euclid’s Elements and Vitruvius’ De Architectura as the basis of his studies. This was the beginning of Dürer’s perspective experiments and mathematical human proportion. The Venetian artist Jacob de Barbari came to Nuremberg to assist Dürer with those new studies, as Dürer would create a series