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Auguste Comte

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The French philosopher and mathematician, Auguste Comte not only coined the term “Sociology” but also established it on solid philosophical basis of positivism. The way, he orientated and set its position in the genealogy of philosophy and knowledge, is still unchallenged…
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Pierre Auguste Renoir

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The Museum has devoted a separate branch especially for the art and architecture of medieval Europe. It has the collection of both the domestic architectural elements and religious architectural elements that range from a period of 12th century to about 15 centuries back…
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The Thinker by Auguste Rodin

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A man is able to do something out of something that already exists, he fashions it in a manner by which he always consider the kind of material that exist; but everything is possible, and every idea can be freely conceived if you create something out of nothing like what God have done.
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Pierre-Auguste Renoir - Dance at Bougival
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The essay explores the painting "Dance at Bougival" by Pierre-Auguste Renoir. When viewing different art forms at Philadelphia Museum of Art, there were many attractive paintings and sculptures that caught my attention. The most striking art from was Dance at Bougival. …
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Pierre-Auguste Renoir called Dance at Bougival
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This analysis is going to be carried out on an artwork that is a painting by Pierre-Auguste Renoir called "Dance at Bougival" which was painted in the year 1883. The dimensions of the painting are 181.9 centimeters high by 98.1 centimeters wide. Renoir made use of oil paints on a canvas to create this painting…
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Impressionism Art - Pierre-Auguste Renoir
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The paper explores Pierre-Auguste Renoir's art. The Frick Collection illustrates a display of nine iconic Impressionist canvases done by Renoir, offering the original wide-ranging study of Renoir’s commitment that was linked with the authorized Paris Salon…
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A French Chef and a Culinary Writer Georges Auguste Escoffier

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This case study focuses on Georges Auguste Escoffier who was born on 28th October 1846 in Villeneuve-Loubet, France. He was a French chef and a culinary writer who was known as one of the most innovative chefs in history, the one who achieved fame among the chefs by introducing French cuisine…
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Ara Pacis Auguste and Sarcophagus of Junius Bassus

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The essay compares Ara Pacis Auguste and the Sarcophagus of Junius Bassus. The Ara Pacis Auguste is a tribute to the return from Hispania and Gaul during the rule of Augustus in Rome. It is an alter that is thought to symbolize peace and depicts the members…
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The Daughters of Catulle Mendes Pierre Auguste Renoir

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The reason to choose the "Metropolitan Museum of Art" is it is the world's largest museum and it is one of the most important art museum. The Museum is shortly referred to as "The Met". The Met maintains a collection of about 2 millions or more from all around the world…
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Comparison of Eugene Henri Paul Gaugins Brooding Woman (1891) and Gabrielle with Jewel Box by Auguste Renoir (1910)

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This essay will examine both pieces in detail, in the contexts of history, style and technique, with some background regarding the artists. The paintings will first be analyzed separately, with mention of their artistic similarities and differences. Comparisons and contrasts will then be expanded on…
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August Comte
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Auguste Comte  (19 January 1798 – 5 September 1857) was a famous French philosopher who is deservingly considered to be one of the “fathers” of sociology. He is also famous for creation of the doctrine of positivism. Comte is also called “the first philosopher of…
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Theories in Sociology

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According to Auguste Comte, the contemporary society should be fully studied by researchers so that the problems that are present in the society can be solved appropriately and there can be way outs to these problems. Individualism is the origin of societal disarray, says Comte…
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Impressionism painting appearance
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The essay "Impressionism painting appearance" analyzes why the Impressionism painting appeared in 19th century to the 20th century. The founding members of the group included Camille Pissarro, Claude Monet, Pierre-Auguste Renoir's and Edgar Degas among many other individuals…
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Art
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Modernism 1 Modernism In APA Style Name Modernism 2 Thesis The era of modern art begins in the 1860s to the 1970s and denotes the style and philisophy art in that period. The term is noramlly connected to the previous era and throws the traditions aside to experiment on a newer spirit in relation to the customs of the time…
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The Principles of Positivism
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This essay focuses on the version of ‘positive philosophy’ that the only existing knowledge is one of the phenomena. It discusses positivism in terms of methodology, or technical issues of the survey method – is considered nowadays a predominant approach to the construction of social research…
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Legion of Honor
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When one visits the place, a huge foundation will welcome a guest. Its building is also reminiscent of Greco-Roman influences with all its pillars and sculptures. There are also…
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3 works of art
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How does each sculpture convey the idea of love which one do you believe conveys this idea more effectively Why

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Rodin sculpts two lovers who are kissing passionately. The Kiss is a representation of romance in love and thus advocates mainly for sex as opposed to…
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The Differences Between Romanticism and Neoclassicism
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This essay, The Differences Between Romanticism and Neoclassicism?, declares that Romanticism in art was mainly inclined on attaining freedom in expressing personal sentiments and emotions rather than arriving at religious enlightenment or fighting for their political and social principles…
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Alzheimers Disease
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 The essay aims to address a two-fold objective to wit: to study further Alzheimer’s disease; to explain the concept of Alzheimer’s disease. Scientists are also looking for the creation of a vaccine that may prevent an occurrence of Alzheimer’s disease. …
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The Imperfections of Human Life
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The paper 'The Imperfections of Human Life' focuses on philosophers who agree that the goal of philosophy is nothing else but to help people in having a systematic worldview. Moreover, this worldview would come with modifying the imperfections of human life…
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Medieval Paris
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During this period, Paris was the most dominant and important city in France in that it was the center of culture, religion, politics, and economical…
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Positivism
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The Principles of Positivism: Do they still guide the design of social survey research Background Auguste Compte’s treatise ‘The Course in Positive Philosophy’ first introduced the terms ‘positivism’ and ‘positive philosophy’ that are considered symbols of a recognised mode of thought, and which, according to Mill, are better known through the enemies of this mode of thinking, rather than due to its adherents (1882)…
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The Kiss by Constantin Brancusi
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The paper compares two works by Auguste Rodin and by Constantin Brancusi - The Kiss. The Kiss by Constantin Brancusi curved out of limestone is a depiction of two people of opposite gender in a passionate embrace. …
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Culinary Arts Past, Present and Future

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While there have been many individuals have contributed to the evolution of culinary arts over the centuries, there have been a few whose contribution has been more significant than most. Five such individuals who came from differing backgrounds are Caterina de Medici {a Queen},…
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Critic and Target
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Name: Instructor: Course: Date: Critic and Target Introduction Comte attributes the modern day science of philosophy to the existent sciences of the time, which included mathematics, physics, astronomy and biology. He therefore offers his detailed explanation on the positivism of the human nature in relation to the progress in the field of science…
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Development of photography
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His contribution to photography is he studied photographic pictures of Venus and its moons. He gave his heliocentric theory as opposed to the geocentricism as a result of his photographic study of planets.
During the 16th century, J. B…
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Professional Values for the BSN Student

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The nurses willingly sacrifice their time when the patient requires their help. They are highly devoted to the cause of alleviating pain and providing an encouraging…
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Simmel and Mead-What Shapes an Individual
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An author of the essay "Simmel and Mead-What Shapes an Individual" discusses the sociological theories of these two sociologists. It attempts to compare and contrast the sociological methods, perspectives, and theoretical contributions of their theories…
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Art History
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Their works became the classics. Nevertheless, the Impressionists’ way to success was long and challenging. They were not allowed at official exhibitions, widely criticized in the press, contemporaries did not…
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Nineteenth-Century Philosophy: Marx versus Feuerbach
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The paper "Nineteenth-Century Philosophy: Marx versus Feuerbach" aims to compare and contrast theories of the most prominent philosophers of that time: Marx, Feuerbach, Hegel, Fichte and Auguste Comte. Karl Marx’s critique of Ludwig Feuerbach is embodied in the "Theses on Feuerbach.”…
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Impressionism and The Famous Cafes of Paris
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The researcher of this essay aims to explore impressionism movement and cafes in France in the 19th century. The artist's movement called Impressionism began by breaking the conventional rules. It got its name through a derogatory reference made to it by an art critic. …
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Edgar Degas
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Edgar Degas Name Institution Introduction Edgar Degas was born in Paris, France in 1834. Celestine, his mother, was a New Orleans’s American while his father Auguste worked as a banker. The family ranged in the middle class and had nobler pretensions (Edgardegas.net, 2010)…
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Office art memo

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Impressionist artists painted the life issues of the period taking departure from the traditional art based on mythology and history. That is why it is also known as realism. Moreover, there is no denying to the fact that all…
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History of Modern Art 1870 - 1970
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The essay aims to analyze the modern art. Modern art refers to the work that was produced between 1870 and 1970. Modern artists disregarded any traditions associated with Renaissance so as to experiment new forms of artistic. Modern art involved use of new techniques of painting…
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Grand Odalisque
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There are many amazing art works in this week’s reading, but the painting, “Grande Odalisque”, created by Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres impressed me greatly. In this painting, there is a naked woman lying down in a sofa with her face towards and is looking us. She only…
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History of a Winery

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Wine is normally used globally and it is important to have appellation regulations that pass laws concerning wine and other alcoholic products that are consumed by individuals. Time and place for the consumption of wine must be stated to ensure underage do not have access to the…
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Romantic and Neoclassic artwork
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While neoclassic artwork aimed at portraying the absolute truth about life through reflection of the rational way of thinking with the intellectual…
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Theories of Comte and Durkheim Concern with Social Order
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As the paper outlines, Comte was a great philosopher and founder of positivism and the branch of sociology. The concept of positive philosophy was developed by this great thinker, the purpose of which was to provide relief to masses who were disturbed by the French revolution…
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Rodin and Mueck: Is There Anything in Common
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The author compares Rodin and Mueck and states that they demonstrate an obsession with representing as much of the real as they can while still utilizing the properties of art in its attempts to represent a lived experience. Both artists remain faithful to the imperfect forms of the human figure.   …
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Positivism and Sociology: Theory and Reality
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“By the beginning of the nineteenth century, the social world was increasingly viewed by Enlightenment thinkers as part of the natural universe; and indeed, many were coming to the conclusion that the natural and social sciences could be used to promote human progress”…
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Compare and contrast Grand Odalisque and Velazquez's Princess
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Author Tutor Course Date Introduction Grande Odalisque is oil on canvas painting of 1814 by Jean Auguste Dominique Ingres portraying an odalisque, or concubine (fantasy). The painting can be considered to highlight Ingres’ break from neoclassicism, signifying a shift toward exotic romanticism…
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Detective methods

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The manner in which Edgar Allan Poe articulates the traits of C. Austin Dupin clearly represents his views of societal interaction versus the end result societal reality that he would have ushered in using C. Austin Dupin as a catalyst. Dupin is represented as a societal recluse who through isolation and constant action, analysis and reconcilement, comes to conclusions that significantly affect the way crime is assessed and solved…
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5 paragraphy report on Neoclassic & Romantic Periods

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Laurie Schneider Adams, in the fourth edition of her book ‘A History of Western Art’ (2004), studies the growth and spread of two opposite strains of artistic development in the Western world: Neoclassicism and Romanticism. While Neoclassical art forms looked to revive an…
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Analysis of The Kiss by Gustav, Konstatin and Auguste

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The author of the paper titled "Analysis of The Kiss by Gustav Klimt, Konstatin Rodin, and Auguste Brancusi" looks into each work of art on how the artist brought his idea into reality, the medium used and the feelings or thoughts these artists portray…
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Humanities

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Art is defined as the skill of doing anything as a result of knowledge and practice. Human species are generally accepted to be the inventors of art during the upper Paleolithic over two million years ago. The history…
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Modern Art History Assignments
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This paper aims to analyze modern art history. The favorite artist in this context is Courbet. He attempts to bring realism by creating a painting showing two contrasting ways of paying respect to the death. At the background is a crucifix showing a person crucified…
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Office Art Memo
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This paper explores six pieces of art, three from the 19th century Impressionist Era and three from the Post Impressionist Era. The Impressionist Art Movement of the 19th century was an attempt by a group of artists to rebel against what they regarded as boring art forms. …
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A Dossier on Jean Renoir: His Art and Aesthetics
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A paper "A Dossier on Jean Renoir: His Art and Aesthetics" claims that he evolved and adapted the impressionism that Pierre-Auguste Renoir had explored in his painting to the silver screen. Jean’s father, was an acclaimed impressionist painter, a leader of the said form of painting…
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Love Using specific artistic examples define Neoclassicism
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Neoclassicism was a prevalent and a powerful movement in painting and other visual arts that set its base in the 1760s, got to its peak between 1780s and 1790s, and remained in existence until the late 1840s and early 1850s. In efforts to depict classical themes and subjects…
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