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    A Look At Savage Garden

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    Savage Garden is an Australian duo formed in 1994 by Daniel Jones and Darren Hayes. Daniel Jones, born on July 22, 1973 in Essex England moved to Brisbane, Australia as a young child, he plays keyboard, guitar, programming and sings back up. Darren came from a long line of musicians, so his love for music started when he was very young. When he was little, his brother had a drum set and when he went out, Daniel would sneak into his room and play then, he took piano lessons when he was seven

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    Like Atlas

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    It was only a few days before graduation; things could not get any worse. I drudged into my counselor’s office. “You know why you’re here right?” I knew in the back of my head there could only be one reason why I was in the counselor’s office a few days before graduation. The words “kind of” came out of my mouth like a quick breath. “You need half a credit to walk this Saturday” it felt like there was a 50 pound weight in my gut as soon as I heard those words. My eyes drooped to the ground. I shook

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    Characterization of Ralph

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    that innately everyone is savage and civilization is needed to keeps savagery from breaking out. Thus, without civilization, circumstances occur that makes one vulnerable to falling into savagery. After living through these experiences, one will have reached adulthood, and lost this utopian ideal of a perfect humanity without society. As a result, in The Lord of the Flies, Golding exemplifies this loss of innocence through Ralph, who is forced to grow up and act savage, despite being initially civilized

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    Ally McQuillen

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    for the author's beliefs. These authors use several techniques such as plot and dialectical choice to exemplify their distaste for savagery. Both main characters, Ralph and Maria, transition from an individual in a new and isolated environment to a savage who is a part of this place. When looking at Golding and Marquez's techniques of influential plot and dialectal choice, one can determine that these methods of writing are used to advocate civility. Initially, in Lord of the Flies the main character

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    New World, there are three societies: the civilized society of Bernard and Mustapha Mond, the savage society of John and Linda, and the old society, which is not explicitly in the book but is described by the characters. These societies are vastly different. The old society is 20th century Western society; the civilized society creates people and conditions them for happiness and stability; and the savage society is very far behind the civilized society technologically, and is very religious. John

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    Pre-Civilized and Post-Civilized Happiness

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    the misfortune to live after you” (P.79). In Rousseau’s A Discourse on Inequality, he not only argues the inequalities between men, but also the inequality of happiness between the pre-civilized and post-civilized human. Rousseau believes that as savages, humanity lives a simple and oblivious lifestyle, unaware of their own existence with “self preservation being [their] only concern” (P.86). Rousseau defines this monotonous existence as happiness, yet with a constant, unchanging lifestyle, comfort

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    Emergent Properties of Choice

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    Emergent Properties of Choice ABSTRACT: Allais' paradox provides a convenient way to demonstrate that the distribution of alternatives we face in a situation of choice may give rise to new factors. These emergent factors may need to influence a one time choice of rational decision-makers, although they should not be taken into account in long reiterative games. I start from a brief presentation of Allais' paradox; yet, I am not primarily concerned with the question how to solve it. The paradox

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    Savage Contradiction in Heterotopia

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    Savage Contradiction in Heterotopia During the 1930's, the myth of "the people" was born. This myth stressed the importance of unity, and glorified the notion of "average," as evidenced in a prize-winning essay describing "the typical American boy," written by an eighth grader named Alfred Roberts, Jr., for a contest sponsored by the 1939-40 Fair New York World's Fair. This document, which claims that a typical American boy should be courageous, dependable, and loyal to his beliefs, was "clearly

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    same- Piggy.  Ralph was determined to maintain order, and he was very alone because of it.  Jack on the other hand, gave in to the temptation of simply hunting and playing, and lost his humanity in the process.  He became a savage - not a human being, but a savage with a painted body and strange barbaric ways.  In contrast, the cannibals in Heart of Darkness, (who are starving) could have easily had many satisfying meals.  After all, they outnumbered the whites thirty to five, but they

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    and Apocalypse Now Scientists of the nineteenth century speculated that humans were on an evolutionary scale that ran from savage to civilized.  The Europeans were considered to be at the highest point yet achieved by humanity -- the civilized.   Peoples and races not yet encountered by the Europeans were placed  further down the list, and were referred to as savages.  Although the Europeans believed they had reached the height of civilization, remnants remained of their own savagery.  Throughout

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