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    Myths and Realities

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    Myths and Realities At least since the 1990 publication of Senge's The Fifth Discipline, the concept of the learning organization (LO) has been promoted as a way to restructure organizations to meet the challenges of the coming century. What are learning organizations-in theory and in practice? Are they a real solution or the latest in a series of reform fads? The myths and realities are explored in this publication. Getting a Grip on the Learning Organization Of course, there is not

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    The Realities of War

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    The Realities of War In our everyday existence, we are faced with the challenges of the realities of life. Often times we hide our true character in order for those to believe that all is fine in our world. There are no exceptions; all people cover up their actual feelings for different reasons. One reason may be to shelter others from the cruel certainty, or another to portray a perfect life, but in reality, it is non-existence. One author who demonstrates this common behavior is Ron Kovic

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    The Shadows of Reality

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    The Shadows of Reality We are like the people in Plato’s “Allegory of the Cave.” The people chained to the cave were forced to look at projections and shadows that were cast upon the wall. Because the shadows were the only thing they had seen, they perceived them to be the “truth”. Today our “shadows” have become the media, death, and pain which influence what we believe to be “truth.” The media, death, and pain are fairly common in today’s world and we encounter them often enough. Very few have

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    Writing and Reality

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    theatre, radio, or television, is considered to be an age old aspect of human culture as well as one of the defining characteristics of humanity."(Fiction) Fact, or non-fiction, is the opposite of fiction and hence is a narrative that is based on reality and is not the product of the writer’s imagination. "Non-fiction writing is the one that is seen in newspaper stories, personal accounts, autobiographies, biographies, editorials, journal articles, legal documents, and textbooks. Writings in recent

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    The Reality of Reality TV

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    Although reality TV has the word “real” in the title, most reality television shows are few and far between when it comes to the truth of what actually happened. In a survey taken, people were asked about their age, gender, favorite reality TV show, and if they were religious or not. Through the survey much was revealed about the demographics about male and females between the age of 18 and 28 who mostly attend NJC. Most of the people surveyed attend Northeastern Junior College, a school with a conservative

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    In the long story of glasses, from the first regular eye glass in 13th century to the first bifocals in 18th century, we have access to the google glass in the 21th century to experience magnificent images of the world where we surrounded by, but what consequences does this new technology have for our future? Most of the people use glasses for different reason such as seeing the world better or preventing their eyes from rays of sunlight and most of people use camera to record the specific time in

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    Five Features of Reality

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    Five Features of Reality "Forms of life resemble what I call, 'realities'. Forms of life are always form of life forming. Realities are always realities becoming" (Mehan & Wood, Five Features of Reality, 65). What is Reality? Is reality what everyone believes in or does everyone have his or her own reality? Can your reality change what you believe in? Is reality a belief, or is it what you believe in your reality? Can your reality be right or wrong? Reality is an actual situation or event

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    The paradox of reality is constantly being altered by the minds of the public. Reality as a definition is "the world or the state of things as they actually exist, as opposed to an idealistic or notional idea of them." However, what is reality? Everyone has his or her own opinion and view of what is in front of them. The stories reviewed in this section are prime examples on how ones view can dramatically change the conditions they are surrounded with. Whether it is being trapped in their own state

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    Plato's Ultimate Reality

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    Ultimate reality has no direct definition as each person has a different perspective of what they believe is real. The Bhagavad-Gita shows ultimate reality in the form of Brahman. Brahman is the final cause to all that exists and has two sides, the objective and subjective. Similarly, The Republic of Plato uses the forms as a way to explain reality. The forms and Brahman are unchanging and the form of the good is the most important as it is the utmost object of knowledge. The form of the good is

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    The Simulated Reality Hypothesis The simulated reality hypothesis is a simple idea that says that we, and everything in the known universe, is currently living inside a computer simulation. This idea has been talked about by philosophers for centuries and even has some ties to religion. Sci-fi writers have been writing about simulated reality for years and we have seen it visualised on tv shows yet the idea that we may be living inside of a computer simulation is almost unknown to most people.

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