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In our contemporary modern and global context, theology more concretely understood, is critical reflection on historical praxis. This definition emphasizes human action (praxis) as the point of departure for all reflection and as the determining factor in our encounter with the Lord and with other humans. Our actions in history (past, present, and future) shape has to shape our theological reflection and understanding.
Today’s society has many problems such as poverty that causes numinous members of the society to look for solutions to these issues. A common way that the people of today’s society use as a solution to solve the problem of poverty is to give money to those individuals who
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these two have different purpose and goal in each way of writing.
Writing “a critical theological essay” is giving a critique to “nontheological material” (e.g. Film or current global ethical issues) in the light of theological perspectives. Yaghjian helps to identify the “rhetorics of the critical theological essay” in which she emphasizes on explaining the elements of this essay: “a problematic, an exposition, a criticism, and an interpretation” (64) which all are essential in writing a critical theological essay paper. However, careful reading and understanding take a vital role in writing a critical paper or a critique. The two sample outlines of theological summary help to see vividly
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DS9010 Research Methods and Design Aung, James Hatun
Summary (Yaghjian, Chapter 1) January 24, 2013
Lucretia B. Yaghjian’s book, “Writing Theology Well: A Rhetoric for Theological and Biblical Writers” consists of three parts. The first part contains four chapters, the second part has two chapters and the third part has four chapters. I will summarize in this paper the first part of the first chapter, entitled as “Writing Theology Well in Its Own Context.” Yaghjian begins every chapter with “a starting point” and concludes the chapter with “a concluding reflection” which helps the readers to understand where is the chapter heading to. This chapter focuses on “the
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of which identifies methodologies of which call for an established active workplace where the practice of reflection is executed. In conducting this tasked objective the content of this paper sets its written focus upon providing a description of the potential benefits of conducting reflective practice within the developed process of teaching, providing some advantages of reflective practice within the developed process of teaching, identifying a comprehensible plan of action of which identifies the implementation/integration of reflective practice methodologies within the writer’s place of employment, and assess strategies of which can be utilized for the purposes of engaging those in
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Tutorial Paper 2:Theological Reflection on Pastoral Care
Certain incidences such as burn-out in the Ministry and Hospital illnesses led to Karan getting Anorexia Nervosa due to many stresses. Karen was very unwell she was so unwell that she ended up in a Psychiatric Hospital in Intensive Care. She was suffering both physically and mentally – a person with Anorexia has not made a lifestyle choice they are actually very unwell and need help. Karen ended up in Intensive Care because she self harmed. She was separated from her family not that this caused her any emotional distress as she preferred to be away from them because of the anxiety she caused. The anxiety
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, while Knitter chose a normative path, but the motivation underlying both of their quests is closely interrelated. The focus of this paper is to analyze how Knitter and Makransky transitioned and engaged to, and from Buddhism and Christianity to better understand the teachings within their respective religion. Christian reflection on interfaith dialogue in recent decades has opened new venues, allowing the rediscovery and reinterpretation of certain theological approaches of the existing Christian thought. This reflection is closely linked to the growing awareness of the religious and cultural diversity.
The coexistence of religions is not a custom of certain regions of the world
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What makes life so invigorating is not solely coming to the finale of one’s journey, but rather, it is the journey itself. It is the experiences of the extreme highs and lows, mountains and valleys, and rivers of live that must be championed in order to achieve one’s personal goals that make all of the difference.
This degree program is indeed a journey; however it is one in which promises a great return of which serves as a tremendous benefit towards both this writers’ professional and personal development. Therefore, although this degree is a challenge, it is one in which is taken with great excitement understanding that its completion leads towards more opportunities
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Several topics in this class have reminded me of what it means to be a Christian and how to be a Christian. The two topics I will discuss in the Reflection paper are Temptation and Sins of Commission. Temptation often leads to sin which can include sins of commission.
Part One -Temptation
a. Theological Definition
Temptation is something experienced by a person with thoughts or desires which are contrary to how God desires man to act. When a person acts on these thoughts sin is committed. A person can be tempted by thoughts of money, lust and greed. If a person falls into temptation against God’s word they will be separated from God unless they have accepted Jesus Christ as their personal
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The reflection paper that I will discuss touches on some topics of importance to me that have been outlined in the first four weeks of this Course. I would like to discuss two topics that have proven relevant to me which are Mind, Reason and Logic and most importantly Faith and the Heart. I would like to start off by stressing that I am in a continual daily process of improving my beliefs and striving for my faith to become stronger daily. Fundamentally, the readings would not serve to be prudent if one did not get spiritually aroused in some capacity
a) Theological Definition: The Bible defines reason as the cause, ground, principle or motive
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Reflection Paper Assignment: The Meaning of the Bible.
Levine, Amy –Jill and Douglas Knight. The Meaning of the Bible: What Jewish and Christian Old Testament Can Teach Us. New York: HarperOne, 2011.
The assignment is reflect on my own assumptions about the Bible, and bible interpretation, based on the journey, or “deep dive” I have taken into the Hebrew Bible this semester through various writing and discussions, and the reflections garnered in my sojourn with Levine and Knight. This is, indeed, a foreboding task, given it has to be accomplished in 10 pages or less. Where is God’s justice when you need it?
About the Bible.
In exploring the question, how my views about the Bible have
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a conversion during Martin Luther’s Preface to the Epistles to the Romans. Wesley’s professed object was to promote as far as ‘I am able vital practical religion and by the grace of God to beget, preserve, and increase the life of God in the souls of men’” (Cross 1446). The topic of this paper is theological information about salvation from John Wesley’s point of view. Salvation is one being saved from his or her sin by the act of God’s grace. Salvation is very important to both the church and Christians today because we cannot be a church or a Christian without Salvation it comes when we welcome Jesus Christ into our hearts. Wesley believes in original sin; and “salvation from original sin
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There is an unambiguous divide between Christians and pagans in philosophy. In their efforts to answer the philosophical questions of life, both contrive philosophies running the gamut from Biblical to unbiblical, and their teachings are accordingly more or less compatible with a life fully surrendered to Christ. One of the most foundational questions affecting the issue of spiritual surrender revolves around human nature and autonomy,especially pertaining to the relationship of man and reason. Three philosophers of history presented views on the relationship of man to his own reason: Descartes, Locke, and Kant. This paper will examine each in turn, examining their respective
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The Coagulation of the Paper Cutlets
The formation of a community is based on at least one commonality. Various communities intersect because, as complex individuals, humans have an exponential range of interests. However, the maintenance of the links within and between these communities is also dependent upon these commonalties. Therefore, a few people’s interest in theatre has significant effects upon their wider community. Community Theatre is a convocation and celebration of shared talents. The complexity and vibrancy of the tapestry it produces is also a reflection of the diversity of its creators. This paper explores the evolution of community theatre’s reparative role within its
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William Graham Sumner was, according to some scholars, the most influential social Darwinist in the United States. The problems of this label are mentioned at the beginning of this paper. He brought together three traditions of western capitalist culture: the Protestant ethic, the doctrines of classical economics, and Darwinian natural selection.
Sumner was inspired by Spencer’s theory of evolutionary sociology. “In the Spencerian intellectual atmosphere of 1870’s and 1880’s it was natural…to see the economic contest in competitive society as a reflection of the struggle in the animal world.” Sumner used the example of dogs chasing the mechanical hare in in races
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around Europe in the High Middle Ages and was considered a time marked by advances made in architecture, science, business, and technology. Water mills use a turning wheel with water catching paddles to generate power. Though they were invented hundreds of years before the Middle Ages, their numbers drastically increased during this time. The technology was refined and used to power tanneries, blast furnaces, forge mills, and paper mills which evolved into the machinery we use in today's factories. Although the exact origins of the hour glass aren't clear, it is generally accepted that it was adopted in Europe by the end of the High Middle Ages. The hour glass was especially popular amongst
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This paper will be reviewing the book “Integrative Approaches to Psychology and Christianity: an introduction to worldview issues, philosophical foundations and models of integration, by David N. Entwistle. As the title states, this book discusses how to integrate psychology and theology. It also dives into to why it is so important to be able to integrate the two. Entwistle explains that just because the two are different does not mean they should be separated and that we have to use both our worldviews. “Weaving together perspectives from psychology and Christian theology can help us understand and appreciate humanity more fully than we could either perspective alone.” (p.3)
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Jordan StaatsComp Stud 2370, Fall 2014Interview Paper (Field Report #1)Puja, Monday at 9:10I first met Ben Rosenberg when I was 14 years old. We joined the same central Ohio travel soccer team, and played together for several years. Ben grew up in Dublin, a generally wealthy Columbus suburb only fifteen minutes from my hometown of Marysville. Though Dublin is fairly diverse, it is not home to a particularly large Jewish community. I did not know Ben was Jewish when I first met him, but after spending plenty of time with him and his parents, I learned much about his religious background and traditions. He was one of the only Jewish kids I knew growing up. Ben is now studying finance at Kent
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life, did so by a manner contradictory to God’s will.
Consequently, the intent of this paper will critique both the theological convictions and practices of the Qumran culture through the observation of five distinct groupings: The Demascus Document, Thanksgiving Hymns, The Community Rule, and the Commentaries.
The Community Rule Documents
Of the documents recovered, the oldest is identified as The Community Rule; with an estimated dating of 100 B.C.E. it seems to contain the most descriptive detailing of the requirements for involvement and participation into the community. It is here that we begin to see the construction of mandates each person within the community
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The following paper is a formal analysis of an Italian panel entitled The Crucifixion, by Lorenzo Monaco. The panel was created near the end of the fourteenth century roughly between, 1392—1395 and is currently on display at the Art Institute of Chicago. According to the label identifying this work, this was a processional cross that was used during religious ceremonies in Florence, Italy. One thing to understand is that religious devotion was shown in many different ways throughout these times and the Christians were among those who practiced extreme devotion through the use of material objects that represented religious figures and other icons. There is a strong sense of symbolism in
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Come and Die: The grace that leads to death
Costly versus cheap grace
The grace that leads to death
Grace that demands a response
Bonhoeffer's theological intersection with Wesleyanism
Grace is a word that can seem dull and lifeless in the church today due to its overuse and familiarity. Dietrich Bonhoeffer sees grace, costly grace, as the summary of the true Gospel. In Bonhoeffer's day, such costly grace had been exchanged for a cheap imitation of grace that was little more than empty religion, demanding little effort and no obedience. Bonhoeffer, who was eventually martyred, knew intimately that , “When Christ calls a man [sic], he bids him come and die.”1 For Bonhoeffer, then
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other work in mother tongue uses categories, examples, and cultural assumptions best understood by addressees to communicate profound truths. Mother tongue biblical interpretation enables indigenes to build their own theology without necessarily having to think and reflect about God; in other words doing theology through other people’s cultural assumptions and language. The book of Hebrew makes a strong case for mother tongue biblical interpretation that which this paper seeks to establishes and makes a case for mother tongue biblical interpretation in Ghana. The arguments will be made considering the literary form,
BACKGROUND TO THE BOOK OF HEBREWS
The document was known and quoted before
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significant because blossoms shrivel up and die. Yeats was encountering the reality that he was a “sixty-year-old smiling public man” (8). The poet’s reflection on Maude Gonne’s gaunt appearance “Hollow of cheek as though it drank the wind” (27) adds to my assertion that Yeats is referring to Gonne as the “chestnut tree.” Much of Yeats’s work includes comments on the poet’s unrequited love; therefore, I think that my assertion carries weight, and it is possible that the personal reflection may have a broad appeal to readers because people are intrigued with the inner life and psychology of others, especially famous people.
I would assert the idea that people honor trees and think they are
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", Christ as the "middle manager" and the Spirit as the "restless mover" that causes change from within. As theological understanding of the Trinity deepened, this "ecclesiological reflection" became more obviously incomplete. As early as the late 1930s, the Reformed church's understanding of the Trinity had begun to change, picking up speed through the turbulent '60s and '70s and exploding into the churches through the unification pains of the 1980s. By the 1990s, the Trinity was described in terms of a Perichoresis understanding by theologian Shirley Guthrie, drawing on the work of Karl Barth and traditional Orthodox theology. In Perichoresis, the Trinity is understood to be in constant
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This seminar paper seeks to convey the developments I have experienced whilst creating my special study; detailing the mechanics of the procedure and all the theoretical components that contributed to the construction of the play. The task I set myself at the beginning of this process was to create a play informed by ‘real life events’. Initially, I intended to focus on a controversial issue in the media as a means of accessing genuine source material. However, after compiling these secondary resources, I soon came to realize the miscalculation of my advances. Although newspaper articles are competent in their deliverance of current news; I feel that obtaining interviews provides a play
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Abstract: As Roland Barthes declares "the death of the author", the conventional author-centered theory is overthrown; the whole literary pattern goes through an unprecedented revolution as well. Thus this paper will devote to explore its influence towards three main constituents of the pattern: writer, reader and text from a post-structural perspective to see their new roles in producing meaning from literary works and the relationship among themselves.Key words: "the death of the author"; reader; text; post-structuralismIntroductionIn 1968 the French literary theorist Roland Barthes, while illustrating the significant relationship between the reader and text in producing meaning from
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usually consists in attempts to prove that some particular religion is true. In my paper I will discuss some problems arising when the notion of truth is applied to religion. I first focus on analyzing complexity and conditions of the question about truth of religion in order to determine various meanings which could be ascribed to the expression "truth of religion". I am especially interested in possibilities and limitations which various kinds of studies of religion (science of religion, M. Müller) such as social sciences, philosophy of religion and theology of religion, have in determining the truth of religion.
In the past the study of religion was used both to criticize and to defend a
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again. God has presented this final act that is both creative and redemptive to the people and nations. God’s prophecy is for John to push forward in the final destruction of evil and lead His people to forgiveness and grace (Mounce, 211).
As a theological reflection of my paper, I believe this passage relates to the “bigger” picture regarding the bible for a few reasons. First, God reveals himself in many ways through sin, as a state of our nature. He does so by associating punishment with sinful actions. As a result, we will always fail, thus, helping us realize the only hope is to turn to God with eternal love, grace, and mercy. Romans 6:23 bottom-lines it, “For the wages of sin is death
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dealings, work, justice, speech, and other relevant areas of life are taught in order that man may exhibit godly wisdom in every aspect of life (Prov. 29:8, 29:11, 1:19, 15:27, 11:1, 16:11, 14:23, 16:26, 19:28-29, 21:15, 16:27-28, 17:20). Mere knowledge of these precepts without application is foolishness, not wisdom. This paper will focus on the application of wisdom in regards to wealth and women.
God’s gift of riches to Solomon is unsurpassed by any king, providing Solomon a unique perspective to provide counsel on wealth (II Chron. 1:12). Solomon teaches that the wealthy face challenges protecting their abundance since others seek to consume it (Eccles. 5:11). Riches can be like a high wall
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tenth year. He gave great feedback on the format and reflected on the process of how he does coaching and consulting. Previously, I got feedback from my professor which was very valuable when I wrote the paper, but it was equally valuable to seek Randy’s input. Randy talked me through a couple of churches that he was consulting with currently and how he gathered information, makes a diagnosis, and then makes recommendations for improvement. His talents have been honed through years of experience as a denominational leader and private business experience. This reflection proved priceless coaching for my own desire to help coach others. The second opportunity was getting to know Keith Wilkinson
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disappointment for practicing health workers. However, if one can simply inspect closely the teachings of God and scripture, there are theological devices that allow for theory and practice that is biblically obedient, exclusively for the correction of human behavioral disorders and maladjustment. It is also essential for Christian counselors to remain in touch with their religious community so that there is a sense of accountability and the distinctive approach that they take towards their patients may be thoroughly blessed and in accordance with Biblical teachings. In this paper, I attempt to create a counseling theory that may be compatible with the Christian Worldview, so that I may be able to have
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vengeance?With the statements of the head of the Church on the theological aspect and Sayers and the author of this paper on the historical or biographical aspect, cruelty (which is a result of revenge) to the shades is perhaps the way of despising the sins corresponding to the various circles and sub-circles. On the other hand, taking into consideration the principle "the end does not justify the means", it seems that the end which is despising sin does not justify the means which is cruelty. However, if we consider the principle of greater good or double effect, we can conclude that the cruelty results to the pilgrim Dante's first step to conversion and the reader's understanding that sin
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any interpretation of faith is measured.
While we acknowledge the primacy of Scripture in theological reflection, our attempts to grasp its meaning always involve tradition, experience, and reason. Like Scripture, these may become creative vehicles of the Holy Spirit as they function with the Church. They quicken our faith, open our eyes to the wonder of God’s love, and clarify our understanding (pp. 75-76). (http://gbgm-umc.org/umw/bible/authority.html, n.d.)
I believe that scripture is God’s Holy word. When I study the scriptures I relate them to my own faith journey and seek comfort and meaning through them. When we put ourselves into the scriptures we can better relate to them
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to answer these tough questions proposed on the first page, come to some more conclusions through personal interviews and then end on a more personal note, using the help of my life experience as a Christian. This topic hits me hard at times. I often find myself in reflection, trying to formulate an answer to the evil that I see, and yes, the evil that I do. This evil will sometimes leave me feeling totally powerless and at its mercy. Yet I never give up hope for I know that just through the process of writing this paper, some new insights will be reached and I will come to some new levels of awareness. And isn't that what it is all about anyway? For I don't know what the final answer
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these stories are in the Bible and what was meant to be learned from them. In this paper I give brief, yet significant, explanations of the Old Testament from the death of King David to the Maccabean revolt.
To begin our study and understanding of old testament it makes sense to start from the earliest time. King David is responsible for bringing together Israel into one nation. The idea that David is a prophet is debated among scholars and is something worth looking into, since these are decisions we must make regarding the Old Testament. Some believe that Psalms 22 is an accurate account of the crucifixion of Jesus; others find that there are large discrepancies within the passage
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regarded as history. This paper examines into details the concept of American Exceptionalism and how it has influenced the thinking of the people of United States. The paper also highlights the negative perception of towards the concept of American Exceptionalism.Key Words: concept, constitution, liberalismAmerican ExceptionalismIntroductionThe belief that America is an exceptional country that in several ways does not conform to the norm has been referred to as American exceptionalism. It is our country's uniqueness that rates it high and special among others. It can be argued out that America is one of the freest nations across the world at both personal and political levels. This is enabled
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arguments that in terms of and the economic stability of Canada, employment of birth control was necessary. The Lambeth Conference of 1930 gave guarded approval of the use of contraceptives for birth control under extreme circumstances, while still clearly conveying a message that abstinence was the ideal. The Protestant church started to appreciate the birth control issue around 1931 when they hesitantly supported family planning. The view of the Protestant church was always based more on social, economic, or eugenic reasons than theological considerations. The United Church began to approve a guarded system of voluntary motherhood. The Roman Catholic Church however remained opposed to birth
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], I held no thesis or doctrine, although I was dimly aware of the fact that it went counter to our tradition of thought — literary, theological, or philosophic — about the phenomenon of Evil." (16) Evil as a demoniac portion like Lucifer, the falling angel, mentioned by the religious tradition; the evil mobilized by weakness, envy, or even the hate that evil feels by Good, exemplifyed in the literary tradition in Shakespeare; for Arendt all of them cannot explain what had happened in Nazi Germany, brought into light by Eichmann. Arendt says: "... I felt was shocking because it contradicts our theories about evil,..." (17) The perplexity before a phenomenon that contradicted the known
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, the savagely magnificent consort of the underworld, and in his porcelain -skinned Persephone, innocent intended of the upperworld. Though “Dr. Jung’s discoveries were not known to Conrad, “ (Hayes, 43) who wrote this master work between 1898 and 1899, Heart of Darkness presents a literary metaphor of Jungian psychology.
This paper explores the dark territory of Conrad’s Heart of Darkness as metaphor for the Jungian concepts of the personal and the collective unconscious, as a journey of individuation, a meeting with the anima, an encounter with the shadow, and a descent into the mythic underworld. Like Conrad’s Marlow, who is propelled toward his African destiny despite ample warning and
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paving the way for future studies of all processes of spatiotemporal social or individual change. Various researchers have studied the study focus of this paper, the pilgrimage, yet Van Gennep led us to recognizing the significance in such cultural, religious behavior. The two religious pilgrimages to be discussed in this paper are both the Christian pilgrimage to the Holy Land and the Muslim pilgrimage to Mecca. Although these religions differ, they are none the less the two largest religions in the world and both take part in pilgrimages which demonstrate how close the two religions may be in their general beliefs and actions. Moreover, the pilgrimage ultimately serves as a channel for
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continent, I were about to set off for the center of the earth" (Conrad, 10).Jung and Marlow also paint very similar pictures of a frenzied, primitive wildness in the interior. Writes Jung, "The people ran around in a great state of excitement, shouting and gesticulating. They looked savage and rather alarming" (241). Similarly, Conrad, through Marlow, records "a burst of yells, a whirl of black limbs, a mass of hands clapping, of feet stamping, of bodies swaying, of eyes rolling..." (32). And then Conrad takes us the next step, as he allows Marlow to witness his own reflection in the wilderness and foreshadows the Jungian concept of shadow:They howled and leaped and spun, and made horrible
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organised in more complicated ways than in paper documents, and in one sense
a precursor of the enormously successful World Wide Web: see Campbell-Kelly
and Aspray, 1996).
This kind of countercultural impulse interacted with a largely male
hobbyist culture, members of which simply wanted to have computers of their
own to play with (part of the development of personal computing was starting to
treat computers less seriously). The interaction was, for instance, at the heart of
the Californian Homebrew Computer Club, which played an important role in
the emergence of personal computing. Steve Wozniak and Steve Jobs, founders
of Apple Computer, famously started out making 'blue
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By the time I arrived state side from my second tour in the Middle East the housing bubble had already burst. I noticed a drastic change in the way that many of my friends and family were living. Several of my friends that worked in real estate had sold their boats and seconds houses. My own stock portfolio had lost a third of its value. My sister and her husband had defaulted on their home mortgage leaving them scrambling for a place to live. I saw that greed a huge factor feeding the housing crisis, yet I didn’t know which side was to blame. My sister and brother in-law wanted more house than they could afford, and the bank was willing to lend them more than they should. This crisis sent
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Chemical equilibrium is a crucial topic in Chemistry. To represent and model equilibrium, the thermodynamic concept of Free energy is usually used. For a multi-component system the Gibbs free energy is a function of Pressure, Temperature and quantity (mass, moles) of each component. If one of these parameters is changed, a state change to a more energetically favorable state will occur. This state has the lowest free energy. When the free energy of all states are equal to each other, the system is at equilibrium. The Heat that is relased or absorbed during a state change absorbed is known as latent heat. For a binary mixture such as durene and naphthalene, the Clausius
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Walter Benjamin emphasizes in his essay, “The Work of Art in the Age of its Technological Reproducibility” that technology used to make an artwork has changed the way it was received, and its “aura”. Aura represents the originality and authenticity of a work of art that has not been reproduced. The Sistine Chapel in the Vatican is an example of a work that has been and truly a beacon of art. It has brought a benefit and enlightenment to the art of painting, and it has an exemplary aura that cannot be replaced. A picture taken of the Sistine Chapel is just an imaged “captured”, while the painting is still original, because it is not movable, and its cult value is still intact. He asserts that
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In this essay I will be looking at how the political and intellectual ideas of the enlightenment have shaped New Zealand Education. I will also be discussing the perennial tension of local control versus central control of education, and how this has been affected by the political and intellectual ideas of the enlightenment.
The enlightenment was an intellectual movement, which beginnings of were marked by the Glorious Revolution in Britain. (Kramnick, 1995). The enlightenment movement continued evolving over the following centuries. The main aim of the enlightenment was to make the world more focused on the individual rather than the authority of one person. The individual was not longer
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The theory of psychological egoism is indeed plausible. The meaning of plausible in the context of this paper refers to the validity or the conceivability of the theory in question, to explain the nature and motivation of human behavior (Hinman, 2007). Human actions are motivated by the satisfaction obtained after completing a task that they are involved in. For example, Mother Teresa was satisfied by her benevolent actions and activities that she spent her life doing. As Hinman (2007) points out, she was likely to reduce in activity if she experienced any dissatisfaction in her endeavors.
Therefore, no matter how much altruism theorists try to argue about the degree of
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Every family has a unique background that influences the way they live and interact with other people. My parents, who emigrated from Ireland to the States with my three brothers in 1989, brought over their own Celtic folklore and traditions that have helped shaped the way our family operates and lives. One aspect of folklore that has helped shape my family dynamic is the Celtic cross—both its background and what role it has played in our lives. The Celtic cross has an extensive history in relation to Ireland, but it has a simplistic meaning in my family. The Legend of Finn MacCoul is another piece of folklore that has a different- but no less important- meaning in my family than its origins
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flexible and narrow stream of light. She used only a narrow stream of top and side illumination and diffused the remainder with white roller blinds (Cox 68). Cameron typically used black cloth to drape around her sitter to help give her composition an artistic flair and as to not receive reflection on the face from the light being projected on the model.
Although Julia Margaret Cameron's career only spanned approximately ten years the impact she had in the photography world was great. During a time when women weren't in the forefront of community she was able to explore and succeed and find passion that drove her to grasp on to and almost immediately anchor her name in the history books
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, resources, support, and relationships in this diverse society.
Recommendation for leaders includes having regular meetings to address concerns, engage everyone in order to value their experiences, and encourage self-reflection. The arena of teaching and learning is stressful; staff should explore their feelings, doubts, and concerns to problem-solve. In addition, open communication, promote respect, and value the ideas of teachers and staff regardless of title in the organization for professional growth (Nolan, 2008). Each organization should have a mentoring program for first year teachers and create a support group for staff to be effective on retaining good teachers.
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Nine year old Amy has already had a rough start in life. She was born with an abnormal heart that hinders her everyday activities. Amy is unable to keep up with kids her own age because she often tires out easily. As a consequence, she has very little friends and is often alone. Amy is forced to take different medications everyday just to survive. Amy’s life consists of medicine, doctors, and constant hospital visits. However, Amy is due for a heart transplant that will save her life. The transplant goes extremely well and now Amy has the opportunity to go to high school and live a normal teenage life. Like Amy, many lives are positively transformed due to the amazing surgery of organ