• April 16, 2018 - mh9868a

    Sartre’s Existentialism

    Jean-Paul Sartre was a twentieth century French philosopher who introduced the idea of Existentialism. In his book, Existentialism is a Humanism, Sartre explains that Existentialism is the theory that “makes human life possible and also affirms that every truth and every action imply an environment and a human subjectivity.” Basically, Sartre is saying that Existentialism […]

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  • Epicurus was an ancient Greek philosopher who wrote moral and philosophical ethics. In his essays, Letter to Menoeceus and Principal Doctrines, Epicurus writes that happiness and pleasure are key to living a good life. In Principal Doctrines, he writes that if you live with happiness and pleasure, then you will have a healthy soul. In […]

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  • March 25, 2018 - mh9868a

    Research Design

    Research Puzzle Today, big cities like New York and Los Angeles are on the forefront of Americans’ minds. They love fantasizing about moving to big cities and getting swept up in the exciting, fast-paced lifestyles. Also, many politicians tend to focus on big cities in order to improve the lives of the millions of people […]

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  • March 6, 2018 - mh9868a

    Theories of War and Ethnic Conflict

    Many scholars disagree on the catalyst that provokes war. War is such a complex issue that is it often hard to pinpoint a specific cause for its outbreak. Some scholars believe that rebellion needs an opportunity for action to arise, while others think it can stem from other factors like the environment, lack of a […]

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  • February 23, 2018 - mh9868a

    Research Problem Statement

    Today, big cities like New York and Los Angeles are on the forefront of Americans’ minds. They love fantasizing about moving to big cities and getting swept up in the exciting, fast-paced lifestyles. Also, many politicians tend to focus on big cities in order to improve the lives of the millions of people who live […]

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  • November 29, 2017 - mh9868a

    Losing His Chains

    The Second City’s Nothing to Lose but Our Chains show written by Felonious “Dennis” Munk comedically documents the life of the playwright. That is, the autobiographical show episodically moves through Munk’s life from birth to marriage. Among topics discussed are his relationship with his mother, drug dealing experiences, and a six-year prison sentence. Munk outlined […]

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  • A League of Their Own is the 1992 film by director Penny Marshall about the United States’ first women’s baseball league established during World War II (Marshall). The film is based on a true story about the history of the All-American Girls Professional Baseball League in 1943. Jeneane Lesko of the All-American Girls Professional Baseball […]

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  • With the rising power of China and the threat of ISIS, President Donald Trump has created a plan to increase the United States’ defense spending to about $700 billion in 2018. When explaining President Trump’s reasoning for this significant increase in defense spending, in his Fortune Magazine article called, “Trump’s Defense Spending Increase Could Actually […]

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  • Typically, American theatre has portrayed women in a traditional way. Usually, the female character is shown as an innocent woman who wants to find a husband and start a family. As Helen Chinoy describes in her book “Women in American Theatre” she describes female characters as living dependently with her family until she meets a […]

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  • Introduction For my essay, I am interested in exploring the socio-economic effects a shopping complex has on the community in which it is built. Understanding the complex relationship between shopping centers and their towns can help developers and local politicians decide if building a mall is truly right for their community. Therefore, in my literature […]

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