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    The Value of Reputation

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    Reputation is a great part everyone’s life; everyone wants to have a good reputation in order to be respected by society members. William Shakespeare proves the importance of reputation’s role on all of the character’s lives by showing importance of reputation in the play “Othello”. Every member of society lives for the reputation, without it life becomes much more challenging. Reputation is shaped and influenced by one’s character and their past that can be used to one’s benefit. It cannot be

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    The Reputation of Othello

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    The Reputation of Othello Where in the rankings does this Shakespearean tragedy stand? This essay will explore the answer to this question by considering professional literary commentary. Francis Ferguson in “Two Worldviews Echo Each Other” ranks the play Othello quite high among the Bard’s tragedies: Othello, written in 1604, is one of the masterpieces of Shakespeare’s “tragic period.” In splendor of language, and in the sheer power of the story, it belongs with the greatest.

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    In the play Death of a Salesman, author Arthur Miller illustrates the insignificance of a respectable reputation in society and the confining nature of failure through protagonists Willy Loman and Charley. Willy’s self-consciousness and naivety influence him to strive for an excellent image in society to help him succeed. Following this method for success, Willy fails as a salesman because he neglects focusing on the purpose of his job, selling. Furthermore, Willy’s neighbor, Charley, thrives as

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    A Life of Usefulness and Reputation The moral responsibility of training individuals for a life of usefulness and reputation rests within the university. However, it is difficult to define what this type of life entails. College education, therefore, is not about supplying students with specific moral obligations to be completed over the course of their lives; instead, universities teach their students to be proactive, to question everything, and to never be afraid to make mistakes. I am confident

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    The Reputation of Christopher Columbus

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    The Reputation of Christopher Columbus When judging a person's importance in history it becomes hard not to judge that person without characterizing their achievements as either negative or positive. It becomes even harder when all of the facts are not known and when a reputation has already been established. Christopher Columbus is such a person. Through history, from the time he sailed to the present, debate as to whether this man should be deemed a hero or a villain has raged. Facts

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    Machiavelli's Reputation in the Modern World

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    Machiavelli's Reputation in the Modern World Niccolò Machiavelli was known during much his life as a part of the republican government in Florence until 1512. At that time, the Medici family took over the city and ruled under a more monarchical system. From that point until his death in 1527, Machiavelli was always just on the outside of Florentine politics. He would occasionally get work from the Medici but his tasks were never as important as they had been under the republican government

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    The Role of Reputation in Shakespeare's Othello Reputation plays a big role in the play Othello written by Shakespeare. Iago uses his reputation as an honest man to deceive Othello and everyone else. Othello's reputation also plays a big role throughout the play. Cassio's changing reputation has a big part in the outcome of the play as well. Iago's reputation played a key role in the play. Everyone thought of Iago as an honest man. "O, that's an honest fellow", "You advise me well... goodnight

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    The Worldwide Reputation of Morgan Stanley

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    The Worldwide Reputation of Morgan Stanley Morgan Stanley has earned a worldwide reputation for excellence in financial advice and market execution. Today, Morgan Stanley is employing over 51,000 members in about 27 countries connect people, ideas and capital to help their clients reach their financial needs and future goals. (http://www.morganstanley.com). Ever since the year 1997, Morgan Stanley has joined forces with two respected organizations. Morgan Stanley, which was established in New

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    A tarnished reputation can have serious repercussions. There are three majors issues that expose companies to reputational risk. These include: advances in communication channels, more scrutiny from regulators, and lower customer loyalty. An example of this would be the McDonald’s hot coffee case of 1994. A woman spilled coffee on herself and suffered third degree burns. She asked McDonald’s to pay her medical bills, which cost $20,000. When the company refused, she sued and won. If McDonald’s

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    unscrupulous villain, like Don John, to take advantage of peoples reputation and views. In Much Ado About Nothing, the people of Messina find much importance in a person’s reputation. Don John, Claudio, Dogberry, Benedick, Leonato, and Hero are involved in the opinion of others and their own reputations. Reputations in Much Ado About Nothing seem to be easily made and easily lost. Much of the interesting action happens because reputations are in no way guaranteed to be accurate. Someone’s opinion is

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