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This 6 page paper considers the way in which Alexis de Tocqueville's Democracy in America fits into the history of ideas. This paper assesses the elements of de Tocqueville's arguments as they relate to the condition of equlity, aristocracy and democracy, tyranny of the majority, individualism and the idea of mediocrity. Bibliography lists 9 sources.
This 5 page report discusses the ideas of “empiricism” as compared to what is thought to be “common sense.” The report examines the ideas of David Hume and George Berekley as related to the concepts. “Common sense” should be thought of as the reality which allows any individual to make the best possible deicisons in light of his or her personal circumstances. Empiricism serves to illustrate the reasons and life lessons upon which those decisions may be determined. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
(5 pp) Historically the Renaissance connects the middle ages and the modern times; it is that time period from about 1350 to 1650. The ideas and accomplishments of that period were amazing, and still remain astounding when we stop to consider them, for they provided the building blocks of some of the ideas that we hold today. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
This 5 page paper looks to the ideas of these men and compares and contrasts aspects of these ideas such as faith and despair, selfhood and personal development. The paper cites 2 sources.
This 5 page paper looks at the idea of democracy and the problems that may be seen for the individual from the perspectives of namely Alexis de Tocqueville and Ayn Rand. The ideas of democratic tyranny and the right to life are considered and discussed. The bibliography cites 3 sources.
This 6 page paper uses a 1998 X-Files episode as an example for exploring the idea that a disembodied mind could experience personhood. The paper argues against that notion, explaining that the physical body is most important in the definition of personhood. Descartes and Locke's ideas are noted. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
This 12 page report discusses Karl Marx's theory of historical materialism and compares and contrasts it with the ideas of Emile Durkheim on the sociology of religion and Claude Levi-Strauss's perspective on the universality of the human mind. To a great degree, the idea of historical materialism encapsulates much of what Marx believed to be the fundamental determinants of modern humanity. It is compared with the equally important aspects of religion and structuralism. Bibliography lists 9 sources.
A 4 page essay on the Ralph Waldo Emerson quote: 'One must be an inventor to read well.' The paper discusses Emerson's philosophies around this quote, a call to read beyond words to find their intellectual, spiritual, emotional and physical meaning. The writer argues that the purpose of all words to an inventor is that they foment in the mind until an idea is created, and once created, the idea is put into action.
A 3 page paper examining this seminal document in American history in terms of its historical ties to some of the predominant political ideas of the Enlightenment, particularly those of Locke. The paper shows how the Declaration of Independence took ideas that had been current in theory only and put them into practice. Bibliography lists two sources.
This 20 page research paper compares and contrasts the theories of these two great thinkers. The main points of each theory is provided with a discussion to compare and contrast their ideas. The writer suggests that their ideas may have been more in synch than disparate, after one considers the theories carefully and also after reviewing specific statements made by each man. The points on which they definitely did not agree are cited. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
A 3 page essay discussing John Locke's perceptions and philosophy regarding human ideas as the primary and the difference to ideas of the secondary qualities. No additional sources cited.
A 5 page essay closely looking at variances in imagery created by Blake in the two poems for the purpose of representing the overall theme of a choice between salvation and damnation. In “The Lamb,” the writer posits, William Blake plants the ideas of warmth and acceptance vs. the idea of frightful isolation in “The Tyger.” The writer also shows how Blake uses word imagery to create this same difference in tone. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
A 5 page analysis of a short passage in the second act of William Shakespeare’s “The Tempest”, in which Gonzalo outlines his ideas for the ideal kingdom. The paper argues that Gonzalo’s ideas are completely unworkable, not only because they go against the laws of physical nature, but because they violate human nature as well. No additional sources.
This 4 page paper reports the major ideas in Freire's book and some of his more essential comments about education, including his description of banking education and what he proposes in its place. The writer also provides examples of how the major ideas can be translated into the classroom. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
A 5 page paper which examines how ADD/ADHD children were, or were not, covered with IDEA ’97 and if and how IDEA ’97 affected speech language pathologists. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
A 3 page research paper that discusses the teacher's role in assessment for special education services, what assessment entails and what is accomplished by assessment. The writer discusses the requirements of federal legislation (IDEA) and what is entailed in creating an Individual Education Program (IEP) under IDEA. Bibliography lists 1 source.
This 3 page paper entertains a variety of ideas and sociological principles to explain the reason why poorer neighborhoods are generally black. The conclusion is that the problem is complex and cannot reasonably be explained by one specific sociological idea. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
A 5 page research paper that examines mythology as interpreted by historian Joseph Campbell. According to Campbell, mythology represents ancient intuitive understanding of certain archetypal or "elementary ideas" that still speak to the human condition even in modern times. The writer demonstrates how this fits in with the ideas of Carl Jung and Adolf Bastian. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
This 3 page paper examines the ideas of Marx, Weber and others to discuss social class in contemporary society. Various ideas are explored. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
This 8 page paper argues that education and democracy are inextricable. Three areas are explored which are the ideas that democracy should be promoted through public education, that education must be equitable and that there should be separation of church and state. The ideas of Jefferson, Dewey and Plato are discussed. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
This 4 page paper takes a look at the idea that private property is really a motivator. Ideas of profit, free trade and capitalism are discussed. Theorists mentioned are Marx, Weber and Smith. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
A 4 page paper which connects ideas from David Courtwright’s “Violent Land” with Peter Berger (“Invitation to Sociology”), Thomas Sowell (“Race and Culture”), Robert Wright (“The Moral Animal”), and Sanderson Beck’s idea of materialism. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
This 4 page paper explores the idea of there being no such thing as an accident, and how this idea relates to Charles Dickens' "Bleak House". This paper examines issues such as how the Chancery court perpetuates evil instead of being a tool for justice, among other issues. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
A 5 page paper which discusses the idea that culture and technology are incredibly linked together in light of the fact that technology has become such a part of our daily lives. In examining this idea we look at several books which discuss various aspects of technology and society. The books which are discussses are “Where Wizards Stay Up Late,” by Hafner and Lyon, “Living at Light Speed” by Goodman, and “The Highwaymen” by Auletta. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
A 6 page paper which discusses the existentialist philosopher, Martin Heidegger as he is portrayed in the book, “'Existentialist philosophy, an introduction,” by Nathan Oaklander. Oaklander does an excellent job at illustrating the many theories of Heidegger, who was a existentialist philosopher who was largely ignored due to his unique ideas and his affiliation with the Nazi’s. Issues discussed include the idea of Being, Dasein, the components of Dasein, ways in which Dasein is involved, and the “Being and Time,” which is one of Heidegger’s works. No additional sources cited.
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