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Roman Empire

European culture of the late fourteenth century experienced a kind of rebirth after having lain dormant since the fall of the Roman Empire. Such a rebirth or renaissance, as it is more commonly called, signaled a new emphasis on individuality and social reform, and changed the culture focus onto the humanistic interests rather than devotion …

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A Liberal Humanist Approach

In a Doll’s House, Ibsen creates and develops one of the most controversial female protagonists in the bulk of modern literature. Within Nora there exists two vastly different personalities. She is, at times, the loving and happy mother, and doting wife dedicating herself to life of domestic bliss and naivety. Then, in a blink of …

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Human Relation

The famous golfing Tiger was born Eldrick Woods to African American father Earl and Thai mother Kutilda. The first letter in Eldrick is also the first letter of Earl, which is “E. ” The last letter in Eldrick is the first letter of Kutilda, which is “K. ” This was intentional and Kutilda’s idea. She …

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Human Nature

The focal point of this paper is to evaluate and analyze Human nature, its physical aspect, its mental aspect and the mind/body combination in views of philosophers and thinkers of various religion and sects. It can stated that fundamental subsistence and nature of a human in the context of physical, mental and from the perspective …

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The Demographic Transition

A report on the consequences of human population growth demands thorough research. Primary and secondary data will be essential for a report on this topic, although there will be more of the secondary sources which more accessible if collection of primary information will not be very feasible. One has to delve into the causes and …

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Human Nature by Montaigne

Michel de Montaigne or simply Montaigne was an influential writer and essayist of the Renaissance in France. His works “Les Essais” are famous because he was the first one to invent the genre of “essay. ” Montaigne’s major subject in his writings was the characterization of human nature. Montaigne said: “The most beautiful lives, to …

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Schleiden and Schwann

To know whether the cell theory espoused by Schleiden and Schwann was a product of deductive or inductive reasoning, we must first know what it is and how they came up with the doctrine. According to Schleiden and Schwann, all organisms are composed of similar units of organization, called cells (Aleph). The cell theory was …

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