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The Impact of the Enlightenment on Slavery

July 9, 2020

The Enlightenment refers to the age of reason. This was the period of time when people became more curious and aware of the surroundings where they lived, especially in the Western part of the world and Europe (Lecture’s Note One 1). Two main thrusts had led to the Enlightenment period. It was the scientific evolution, […]

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Morality and the View from Here

July 9, 2020

The question before us encourages our minds to think critically about the hypothetical circumstance that allows to shape our moral decisions. While in normal circumstances, a moral decision seems to be the one that derives from taking into consideration the ethics, laws and customs of a particular society. However, the details of ethical considerations differ […]

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Islam – Global Civilization

July 7, 2020

When people talk about the Islamic civilization, they mean the cultural side of the Islamic world including non-Muslims who live in this civilization. Islam is a relatively young religion, which originated in the VII century AD in Arabia. In 610, when the Prophet Muhammad was forty years old, the angel Gabriel appeared to him. He […]

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The Things They Carried (Tim O’Brien)

July 6, 2020

Tim O’Brien’s book The Things They Carried (1990) introduces the story of what the soldiers in the field are doomed to encounter. Depicting the Vietnam War, the narrator shares the experience that soldiers have in the battlefield. The images reveal both intangible details of war life, including emotions, fear, and guilt, and tangible details, such […]

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Introduction to the American Government

July 6, 2020

A huge portion of the democratic theorists supports the notion that the informed electorate is essential for a proper democratic practice (Muller). The American citizens have the right to know and understand whom they choose to lead them. This has led to an urgent call for a broader public-funded education as well as the rights […]

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The Continuity Theory of Aging

June 12, 2020

The continuity theory posits that elderly people always maintain the patterns from the past in order to adapt to a new environment. Reasons for the Choice I chose to interview Mrs. Margaret Ruffin because she is a family friend and would, therefore, eagerly tell me her life story. Moreover, the fact that Mrs. Ruffin is […]

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Capitalist Mode of Production

June 11, 2020

Karl Marx was interested in examining various elements of capitalism. He was particularly concerned about how the ownership of materials of production could influence production activities and how this eventually leads to the struggle of classes in society. Furthermore, Marx envisioned that the urge to make more profit by the capitalists would be the cause […]

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Reynolds v Sims

June 11, 2020

Facts of the Case Alabama legislature’s apportionment scheme resulted in the election of 35 senate members. These members were elected from the districts which have population from 15,417 to 634,864 individuals. Moreover, the House of Representatives elected 106 members who were from the districts with the varying population of 6,731 to 104,767 people. Issue of […]

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CCRPC (USA)

June 5, 2020

Chittenden County Regional Planning Commission is a Metropolitan organization doing most of its activities within Vermont in the USA. The team has become of great assistance for the residents of Vermont, hence making the county densely populated. It was formed in 1966 to help in the bilateral linkages with the various municipalities to promote the […]

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Keeping Tradition Alive in the UAE

June 5, 2020

Preservation of culture remains deeply embedded in many developing nations. A significant number of states are hesitant to give up their indigenous culture and unique ways of artistic expression, in spite of the considerable coercion to abandon them. External forces such as globalization have a significant influence on small-scale societies, which are becoming vulnerable to […]

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