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    The Free-Will Determinism Problem in Greek Philosophy: Aristotle Although the tradition of western philosophy was once famously called a series of 'footnotes to Plato' (A.N. Whitehead), there seems to be at least one major philosophical debate that owes it s heritage neither to Plato nor to any of his ancient compatriots. The problem of free will and determinism seems not to have been a major issue directly exercising the minds of philosophers of the ancient world. There are probably two main

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    High school can be a rough time in many people’s lives. It’s the years when people fall in love for the first time. Some people marry their high school sweethearts, but most people do not. Some people don’t really get the hint that they have a long journey to go, so they plan their life together not even two weeks in the relationship. They forget they have friends that will always be by their side unlike their temporary crush. Michelle, a freshman in a high school in Arizona, had the same experience

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    -The whole class proceeded to the gymnasium, as the teacher instructed the students to all sit down in a circle as they played the game “duck duck goose” -She then got an umbrella looking parachute as the kids gathered around in a circle, we all listened to the teacher’s instructions bringing it down low, then high up -She added objects such as balls and bean bags that the children had to work together using team work and cooperation skills to get the balls off of the parachute -By interacting together

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    Heroic Roles in Super Yellow Wallpaper Women A hero is defined as "a mythological or legendary figure often of divine descent endowed with great strength or ability" (MW). Throughout literature a male character is usually blessed with the heroic role. "The Yellow Wallpaper" appears to contradict that statement. The narrator in this story tries to overcome and destroy women's oppression. She appears to be mentally unstable and so it is hard to distinguish her as a heroic figure. Although the

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    Teen Girl- Constant swaying the boat is always swaying it never stops. I miss my family I don’t know where I am and it smells. Men are constantly staring at me watching with their eyes as if they were undressing me. It causes shivers to go down my spine. The other night I woke up in a pool of sweat and started gagging uncontrollably. It’s because the food here is disgusting. I feel that Hope is the worse thing anyone could give to you. I heard whispering in other languages and then my own about how

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    Urban Legend of Cry Baby Bridge

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    Cry Baby Bridge In April I sat down with a friend at my house and asked about any urban legends or ghost stories he had encountered. After a couple legends he had seen in movies, he mentioned a haunted bridge about ten minutes away from downtown. He is a twenty-one year-old White male; his father owns an appliance store and his mother helps out with the books. He first heard this story in the ninth grade from a couple of friends. Supposedly, they had heard from kids who had actually been to

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    The book I chose to read was “Smile for the Camera” by Kelle James, Copyrighted in 2010. It starts off with chapter one. Kelle, the main character, is lying in bed when her dad walks in. he has a gun in his hand and hes crying, not a good combination according to her. Kelle pretends to be asleep. She decides she needs to leave home. That’s where chapter two begins. She climbs onto the enormous Greyhound bus with her suitcase in hand. She waves goodbye to her father but he only nods. Kelle’s father

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