September 11th and the Bush Administration: Compelling Evidence for Complicity by Walter E. Davis, PhD, Kent State University October 29th 2003September 11th and the Bush Administration: Compelling Evidence for Complicity by Walter E. Davis, PhD, Kent State University October 29th 2003
Acknowledgements: I would like to thank Bernd Hamm, Ed Rippy, Paul Wolf, Karen Capel, J. Walter Plinge, and Timothy Chandler for their helpful comments
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Introduction to Existing, edited by Steven LuperIntroduction to Existing, edited by Steven Luper
Greek polis that was shaped by ancient forces. One does this by not acting, by not choosing to cultivate individuality. But how does one go about creating unity within a nation such as the United States
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Nietzsche and Suffering—a Choice of Attitudes and Ideals I introductionNietzsche and Suffering—a Choice of Attitudes and Ideals I introduction
I will argue that he is mistaken. But even if he is right, I still maintain that from Nietzsche’s texts we can find reason to think that suffering can be given a meaning without the ascetic ideal
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The Scarlet LetterThe Scarlet Letter
Prynne’s acceptance of her penance, and eventual adoption of it as a point of pride, sends her into isolation where she becomes mentally and spiritually stronger, while Dimmesdale and Chillingworth both hide their sin behind facades of
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Fate or Freewill? (A theme in both Antigone and Romeo and Juliet)Fate or Freewill? (A theme in both Antigone and Romeo and Juliet)
This passive view of fate led people to look for omens in life, believe in the power of curses and to take prophesies very seriously
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On the dual quest for a better life: how buddhism and socratic-platonic philosophy aspire to individual excellenceOn the dual quest for a better life: how buddhism and socratic-platonic philosophy aspire to individual excellence
Assignment Presented for the Course Liberal Arts Integrated Activity 360-126-ab sec. 01 Taught by Peter Solonysznyj May 11, 2015
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\"Free to Love\" Luke 13: 10-21"Free to Love" Luke 13: 10-21
No, she decidedly did not! And in my embarrassment and haste, I removed a chunk of the dry wall along with ruining the uneven fixtures. Sam told me I was doing a good job
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Opting for Ontological Terrorism: Freedom and Control in Grant Morrison’sOpting for Ontological Terrorism: Freedom and Control in Grant Morrison’s
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Ur-210S \"Full Metal Jacket\": The favorite childUr-210S "Full Metal Jacket": The favorite child
I really don't think that I can do better," emotionally explains Martin Frei, artistic director and co-founder of urwerk, as he presents the latest addition to the urwerk collection. "In my eyes the ur-210S is our most accomplished creation
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