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    Vygotsky And The We-Function

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    Over the past century, the idea of learning theory and society has become a prominent field in neuroscience and education. Neurologically, several theories exist concerning the actual processes of learning on an individual basis. The most significant aspect of these theories, perhaps, is the idea that learning can occur both consciously and unconsciously. In other words, humans are capable of learning without even being aware of the fact that the process is occurring. In the terms of Biology 202

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    English who came to the lower Niger with imperialistic goals of "civilizing" these "primitive" people. The Europeans were more technologically advanced, but in this progression they lost touch with nature and the spiritual connection with this significant aspect of the world. The Ibo on the other hand personified nature and turned to deities as well as ancestral spirits for guidance in their survival against unexplainable and often uncontrollable forces. When hardships arise they attempt to appease

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    their love to one another.  Although in no place in the text does it say if they were in a relationship or even married, you could infer that they were very intimate with each other. The second poem, number seventy-two, discussed some a very significant aspect that exists in today’s society, which is cheating.  Catullus accuses Lesbia of cheating in he couldn’t believe that she is doing this to him.  “ ‘How,’ you may ask, ‘can this be?’ Such actions as yours excite increased violence of love.”  He

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    obsession, moreover, is tinged with a lyric and romantic sensibility ("a splash of jaded lamplight brought out the golden down on her warm brown limbs") that characterizes Humbert's descriptions of Lolita throughout the novel. But the most significant aspect of Humbert's description of Lolita in this passage, the controlling idea guiding it, is Lolita's loss of innocence. There is a ... ... middle of paper ... ...e base lust and lechery of Quilty to become something almost sacred. This, too

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    Mughal Emperor Akbar

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    policies of integration and organization. His reforms included a liberal policy toward the non-Muslims, religious innovations, the land revenue system and the famous Mansabdari system. His policy of religious toleration became the most significant aspect during his reign. Akbar established a new religion, the Din-i-Ilahi. But Akbar’s attempt to create a national identity and a social equilibrium through his religious and political innovations was met with many obstacles and much

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    The Distance Between Morality and Luck

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    that the appropriateness of moral assessment is easily undermined by the discovery that the act or attribute, no matter how good or bad, is not under the person’s control” (Nagel 25). For Nagel, moral luck is defined as an instance in which a significant aspect of what someone does is dependent on factors outside of his control, yet we still treat him as the primary object of moral judgment. Nagel’s theory is that moral judgment erodes as a result of the ordinary idea of moral assessment, and without

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    INTRODUCTION In this research study I am going to look at the topic 'Family.' This is an important issue in sociology because every person has or had a family in society. Family plays a big role in everyone's everyday life. The family is very significant aspect of society as the family is the first form of socialisation, it's the first environment a person is born into through this you learn morals, values and roles as

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    to the nature of the final destination of information." Shannon's ideas were based on the fundamental problem in communication, which he described as the "difficulty of reproducing at one point the message selected at another point." The most significant aspect is that the actual message sent is one "selected from a set" of possible messages. A system had to be formed to work for each possible selection. Shannon also constructed the Linear Model of Communication. It is rare to see a communication text

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    not have any writing on them at all, only basic pictures. Here it is important to recognize that handmaids, and all respectable women, in Gilead are not allowed to read. Gilead has biblical mandate for this rule, without doubt, yet the most significant aspect of the rule is its use as a control mechanism. Women are denied the power of knowledge, and hopefully, from the government's perspective, women will eventually lose all ability to gain any knowledge that is not fed to them. We see this same

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    Threatening Relationships in Carver’s Cathedral Although many critics have written numerous accounts of Richard Carver’s "Cathedral" as being about revelation and overcoming prejudice, they have overlooked a very significant aspect: the unfolding of marital drama. The story tells of how a close outside friendship can threaten marriage by provoking insecurities, creating feelings of invasion of privacy, and aggravating communication barriers. The close outside friendship between the narrator’s

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