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121: Why Should Students Study Shakespeare In School?
... use his or her imagination. Discussing characters, impressions and the issues that a play raise challenge the student, and is often one of the most "rewarding and pleasurable aspects of the study of Shakespeare." Clearly, studying Shakespeare's works is a valuable and rewarding experience. School programs recognize the extraordinary literary genius of his writing and realize the educational potential it offers. Studying Shakespeare in school exposes students to powerful themes, concepts and effective literary devices, an opportunity of which they may have not otherwise taken advantage. Schools, I believe, must provide students with the opportunity to experience ...
122: Is Human Nature Simply The Enjoyment Of Sin?
... comfort, food, and attention, regardless of who has to suffer for this to happen. He furthers his account by explaining the sins he did in his boyhood years, including playing games instead of writing and studying. "But we sinned by reading and writing and studying less than was expected of us" (30). It was the self-fulfillment of the games that drew him away from schoolwork, therefore committing a sin of dishonor. However, though he was punished thoroughly, he continued ...
123: Aristotle- Thoughts And Philosophies
... when we understand why the rose is purple or, in another words, why the experience occurred. (Aristotle Barnes Pg 58 - 60). Aristotle spent a lot of his time on biology and psychology. He believed that studying one meant studying the other. He was skilled in the art of dissection, which he probable learned from his father. He dissected over 50 different types of animals. Although he never dissected a human body, he did dissect ...
124: Allen Ginsberg : Howl
... his job, though, he found himself plagued with financial difficulties. Living with his lover led to emotional problems; and to top it off he was suffering writer's block. These problems led Ginsberg to begin studying Buddhism under his friend and fellow Beat writer Jack Kerouac. With the practice of Dhyana meditation, he hoped to attain a level of heightened consciousness similar to that he experienced during his visions of William ... classical Buddhist texts such as the "Surangama Sutra." What seems to have had the strongest influence on Ginsberg's new writings of this period, however, was not literature but rather the painting of Paul Cezanne. Studying biographies of the painter and color reproductions of his work, Ginsberg sought to understand how Cezanne "juxtaposed planes and made use of what he called 'petite sensation' in such a way as to induce quick ...
125: Theory of Religion
... be to come. Finally, Emile Durkheim theorized religion as a whole. Why do we do it and for what? He thought that every man has beliefs according his environment and surroundings. He believed in not studying a very archaic religion simply for the pleasure of telling its singularities, but studying what you want and what you can use. Why choose a certain in preference to all others merely to study. Spencer's understanding was that why study what you don't need and won't ...
126: Sufism
... people what is lawful and unlawful. It contains certain mysteries which can boggle the human mind. It has the answer to all question of life, and that's why a Sufi goes in depth when studying the Qur'an. Dreams are very important to. The reason being is that they contain important messages. There are two types of dreams, which are: the truthful dream and the bolic dream. The truthful dream ... mystical powers and mysteries (some of which are not meant to be understood, that is only for God to know). To understand these powers and mysteries are very difficult and take a great deal of studying and self searching. But when one taps into these mystical powers, that person opens a door of unlimited knowledge.
127: A Brief Overview Of Psychedelics
... they are the lower or initial levels, there are considerably more recorded accounts of experiences in them. The following are accounts from subjects of varying researchers. A subject of Constance Newland (1962) became interested in studying famous paintings after ingesting thirty milligrams of psilocybin, he assertedly lost his reading ability completely while under the influence of the drug, while his capacity to view the pictures grew pleasurable. I glanced at my ... quickly grasped the intent of the author and felt that I knew exactly what meaning he was trying to convey. In the former instance, motivation for reading was low because the subject was interested in studying art prints. In the latter episode, the pleasure of eating an orange permeated the act of reading a magazine, which then became a delightful experience. The following report is another, perhaps simpler account of an ...
128: Discuss Some Of The Main Ideas
... its beginnings as a theory of neurosis, Freud founded and developed psychoanalysis into a general psychology, which became widely accepted as the predominant mode of discussing personality, behaviour and interpersonal relationships. Freud, who had been studying neuropathology, left Vienna in 1885 to continue his studies in Paris under the guidance of Jean Martin Charcot. This proved to be the turning point in his career, for Charcot’s work with patients classified ... of dream did not fit his theory. Freud also later rejected his seduction theory but still believed that neurosis was connected with disturbances of the sexual function and originated during early childhood. So Freud began studying the sexual and emotional development of children. Freud based his stages of infantile sexual development in terms of parts of the body. During the first year of life, the child’s capacity for physical gratification ...
129: Buddhism
... us is flowing and changing. This is the idea I have the most trouble understanding. B.) I believe that true intelligence is Wisdom providing a synthesis between the mind and heart. The knowledge gained from studying the Eightfold Path is worthless without the compassion for others. Under wisdom, I would learn as much as possible about Magga by studying different texts and possibly going to a Buddhist retreat. This would help me get to Right Understanding. Understanding and believing in Magga would change my attitude and eventually change my behavior. Realizing how important my ...
130: Nothing Is Certain
... the vast unending universe all the way down to the tinniest subatomic particle. Everything is moving; nothing can be studied to so exactly that there is no question about the object, because the act of studying an object changes the object. I am not saying that Newton s and other theories like it are wrong, I am saying that we put too much faith in something that is not absolute, unfortunately ... exact location of an atom for more than a fraction of a second; the same is true for knowledge. One cannot prove something true without five others proving the same thing false. To reiterate, by studying we change what we study, if we change what we study each time we study it, it will be different so nothing can be know or studied with certainty There is one thing that is ...

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