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The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
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A paper "The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints" claims that through his dedication to it was profound, the Bible was for him temporary, dynamic, practical, subject to modification, written and spoken, diverse in its sources, and inferior to actual interaction with God.  …
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Renaissance Humanism

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It emphasized the dignity and worth of the individual, an emphasis that was central to Renaissance developments in many areas. Humanism…
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Humanism and the Arts
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Humanists put enormous emphasis on the promotion of a new educational curriculum and mindset. The essay "Humanism and the Arts" would be an attempt to investigate the development and history of humanism, nature of humanism and relation of humanism with arts. …
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History
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Name of of Professor Title of The Renaissance to The Enlightenment: A Historical Overview It is easy to dismiss something which one makes no effort to understand. Throughout the middle Ages, understanding was infallibly sought with reference to God, religion, and the natural world…
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How Humanism had Impact on Italian Jews
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Impact of Humanism on Italian Jews Humanism is a philosophical approach that emphasizes on the values and morals of human beings rather than on divine matters. According to Greg Epstein “Humanity today can be categorized as a movement, a philosophy of life or worldview, or….lifestance”1…
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Relationship between the Renaissance and the Greco-Roman world
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In history the Greco-Roman world portrays those countries and people whose cultures are broadly and nearly influenced by the language, customs, government and faiths of the ancient Greeks and Romans. The region geographically is termed as the "Mediterranean world". …
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Concepts of Learning And the Factors That Affect Student Learning
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Learning is the acquisition of new knowledge skills, behaviour, preferences or understanding, it may also involve the synthesis of different information. This ability is present in machines, humans and animals. This paper seeks to examine the learning experience and how it affects students…
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Desiderius Erasmus
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Name Institution Course Date Erasmus and Christian Humanism Humanism is a philosophical belief that the human race can survive without paying attention to existing superstitious or religious beliefs whose approach is based on reason and humanity. Experience and human nature are mainly recognised by humanist as the only founding principles of moral values…
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Influence of Humanism on Shakespeare's Hamlet
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It is among the many played stories in theatre during the period of renaissance humanisms especially after16th century. Looking back in time, Shakespeare birth and writing of his plays occurred towards the end of the…
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Confucianism in Cultural Studies
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These three masters have many similar views as the latter two took from Confucius. Notably, their writings emphasize humanistic values, which were…
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New Ideas of Humanists: Castiglione and Pico Della Mirandola
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The author of the paper titled "New Ideas of Humanists Castiglione and Pico Della Mirandola" explains how the writings  "The Courtier" by Castiglione and "Oration on the Dignity of Man" by Della Mirandola revel the new ideas of the humanist movement…
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Humanism and religion in the Medieval Era
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Each person's life can be viewed as a unique story in a theatrical play.A play which shows how diverse people can be,their roles,cultures,social expectations,course of actions, pains and obstacles as well as the degree of spiritual needs and philosophies in life that can go far beyond to reach one’s fulfillment or humanism…
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Psychology
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The perspectives are characterized by different modes of human behavior description but some aspects are similar. A notable distinction and a number of similarities exist among the three…
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Questions on Western Heritage
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Name of student: Topic: Lecturer: Date of Presentation: Q1: What is Renaissance? Why historians use this term to describe events discussed in this chapter Renaissance is referred to as “Rebirth” and indicates the period between 14th and 16th century in Europe when the classical civilization of the Greeks and Romans was reborn or restored (Spielvogel, 340)…
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Humanities greek/ roman literature
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It is also frequently connected to a system of education with a definitive mode of enquiry that was present in Europe and England through the 13th…
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Crimes against Humanity in Tibet

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Crimes against Humanity in Tibet Name: Institution: Course: Tutor: Date: Crime in the world is the aspect of a person violating the rights of another in the same society as a deliberate action in an individual or a policy of an institution. It characterises a situation in which a person or a group of people experiences an unfair treatment from other people who are superior to them although they ought not to have any privilege above them…
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Effects the Renaissance had on theories and practices of education
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The idea of this research emerged from the author’s interest and fascination in what effects did the Renaissance have on theories and practices of education? The present research has identified that modern education owes a lot to the Renaissance…
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Humanism in Utopia
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(Name) (Professor) (Subject) (Date) Humanism in Utopia Utopia has been a famous word for centuries that pertain to a perfect world. It is a society filled with the ideal images of the human mind. It is a perfect society where all people are happy and enjoy all things equally…
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Attitudes of Learning and Place of Women during the Renaissance
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The paper “Attitudes of Learning and Place of Women during the Renaissance” notes the role of the Renaissance in changing the paradigm of human values - from scholastic religious dogmas to enlightenment, science, and art, but unfortunately, the women still remained powerless…
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Tradition and Change in Europe Culture
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The paper 'Tradition and Change in Europe Culture' presents humanism that referred to Classical scholarship which includes the ability to read, understand, and appreciate the writings of the ancient world and it helped the scholars learn both the exact way to conduct their lives…
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Important Perspectives in Learning Theories
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The paper 'Important Perspectives in Learning Theories' presents learning which is an in-detachable phenomenon in the life of human beings. From infant to elderly, human beings continue to learn as Plato said “education and admonition commence in the first years of childhood…
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Renaissance

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The Renaissance is a complicated and multi-faceted period. True, one important characteristic feature of the Renaissance was an interest in the classical cultures of Greece and Rome. The Greeks and Romans provided models or ideals of what could be achieved in art, architecture, politics, mathematics, rhetoric, philosophy and so on…
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Students Role as a Teacher or Educator of Nurses
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From the paper "Student’s Role as a Teacher or Educator of Nurses" it is clear that the humanistic model can be applied as a basis for teachers and educators in all levels and in all courses in order to balance the scientific as well as technical elements of the nursing profession…
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In what ways did humanists have an effect on cultural and religious development

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By critically evaluating the works and treatises produced by the humanists, it becomes evident that the humanist writers, philosophers and intellectuals have rendered worthwhile services in the cultural and religious developments of human societies by infusing spiritual…
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The Prince by Nicollo Machiavelli
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In the paper “The Prince by Nicollo Machiavelli” analyses the book by Niccolo Machiavelli who is directed towards a high born audience, who are used to wielding power and making people do what they want. This makes it a rather one-sided view of society, and it favors the rich at the expense of the poor…
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JURSPRUDENCE:2.Critically discuss postmodernist views of human rights and justice, with particular reference to Costas Douzin
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Human Rights and justice The postmodern notion of the human rights can be said to find its roots within the concept of Westphalia which is an acronym for the system of the equal and sovereign states and followed with the peace treaties of Westphalia made in the year 1648 signaled the termination of thirty years war and igniting the concept of sovereign statehood1…
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Philosophical foundations of education

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Peterson explained that in a school with a positive culture, "There's an informal network of heroes and heroines and an informal grapevine that passes along information about what's going on in the school. [A] set of values that supports professional development of teachers, a sense of responsibility for student learning, and a positive, caring atmosphere" exist (2002)…
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Use Nicholas Mann's article The Origins of Humanism to analyze Book I of Thomas More's Utopia
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The present study aims to examine and analyze the illustrious work Utopia created by renowned sixteenth century philosopher and politician Sir Thomas More in the light of the article produced by the contemporary era British writer Nicholas Mann…
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English Renaissance Poetry
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Renaissance took its time to come to England, and the generally accepted date is in the first decade of 16th century and arguably extended till 1660. There is another claim that it was between 1580 and 1660 which was later accepted as earlier and later renaissance periods…
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Karl Heinrich Marx
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The philosophical work influenced by materials written by Karl Max is known as Marxist theory or Marxist philosophy. This paper seeks to elaborate on how Marxism tackles various fields including politics, economics and society at large…
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History and development of the humanistic school of psychological thought
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Psychology has various schools of thought, each with its’ own unique approach. After the first two dominant schools of Behaviorism and Psychoanalysis, Humanism as a school of psychological thought and ‘Third Force’ emerged in the 1950s…
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Existentialism
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Topic: Existentialism Order: 766383 Name: Professor: Date: Outline Thesis: Where as “essence precedes existence” and existentialists partly believe In the existence of God, (theistic existentialism) and partly not (atheistic existentialism), their ideas that its man to determine his existence is a fallacy…
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Comparison between da vinci and Michelangelo
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Name: Course: Lecturer: 12th June 2013 Comparison between Da Vinci and Michelangelo Introduction The two artists who were, and still are considered the greatest art geniuses during the Renaissance period when there was a resurgence and proliferation in the disciples of the arts, science and the humanities…
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Reading Activity
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The period before the late fourteenth-century women who sought for education encountered a couple of problems because of what the society thought of them. The society saw the position of a woman as only being a daughter, wife and a mother hence not emphasizing women education…
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Secularism in British Society

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Javed (1998) noted in his article "Indispensability of Secularism" that for a society to set off to modernity there is a sense of unfamiliar to the experience that becoming individuals undergo. He stressed out the need or the necessity of secular society. "Modernization - bourgeois property, urban life, capital accumulation, non-sacral education, industry, and so on - however exploitative and uneven under colonialism was what led to economic integration, uniform administrative control, and cultural harmonization through codification and so on, creating a complimentarity, distorted though, with global structural conditions" (Javed 1998)…
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Theology of Redemption and the Christian Liberty
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The research seek to address the following questions acknowledging the significance of understanding Redemption and Christian liberty within the current human condition: What is Redemption? How does Redemption deconstruct liberty? What is Christian liberty in the light of Redemption? …
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INTRODUCTION TO CIVILIZATION-unit 4, question #3
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In every way imaginable, it was a world where survival was the goal, and early death was all but certain. However, these early civilizations managed to survive due, in part, to their ingenuity and…
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Muhammad: Legacy of a Prophet

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There are 1.2 billion Muslims around the globe and estimated 7 million in United States and they all pledge to follow the teachings of a man who transformed the face of this world in just 23 years about 1400 years ago. He was Muhammad, the last prophet of Allah (God). The…
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Sociology Of Education And The Role Of Education In Society
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The paper "Sociology Of Education And The Role Of Education In Society" discusses a survey of various sociological theories of education followed by a comparison and appreciation of these theories. It also discusses the forces and causes behind the theories…
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Torqueville's and Stowe's perception of race-relations furing Pre-civil War Era
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Tocqueville’s and Stowe’s Perception of Race-relations During Pre-civil War Era and The Intermingling between the White Society and the Black Minority Tocqueville’s and Stowe’s Perception of Race-relations During Pre-civil War Era and The Intermingling between the White Society and the Black Minority Whereas Tocqueville’s perception of the race-relations of the American society in the pre-Civil War era has been, to a great extent, influenced by his outsider status, Stowe’s depiction of the racial status has been tainted with her emotional detestation for slavery and also with her fictional prospect of a race-blind society…
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Sustainability and environmental ethics

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Atkisson argues that the difference between ethical and moral is that morality refers to our feelings while ethics pertains to what people generally accept as moral (1-2). Our sense of…
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Nelson Mandelas Long Walk to Freedom
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In the paper “Nelson Mandela’s Long Walk to Freedom” the author critically acclaimed Nelson Mandela’s autobiography. Like many people, Mandela conceptualized his career as a journey – a “long walk”. His journey has clear characteristics. It has a destination: freedom…
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Fundametals of pedagogy assignment
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Fundamentals of Pedagogy Assignment Name: Institution: Fundamentals of Pedagogy Assignment Life is an unending chain of experience, and these experiences are either good or bad, but they help people to become more educated, as well as productive in life. Experience is a vital ingredient to succeed in any place…
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Philosophy Nr.2

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No longer do individuals, accept without question, social obligations. Although, this is a welcome trend, there are several difficulties and dangers associated…
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Can social psychology save humanity Discuss

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But, does this overall betterment in standards and conditions of living made human beings a happier lot? The answer is “no”. Surveys after surveys have pointed that beyond basic…
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Machiavelli's The Prince and Erasmus's The Education of a Christian Prince
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The paper “Machiavelli’s “The Prince” and Erasmus’s “The Education of a Christian Prince” discusses how ideologies, advocated by the thinkers, being antagonistic in nature, affected the development of political thoughts. Erasmus inspired Voltaire and Locke, Machiavelli influenced Otto von Bismarck…
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Animal Rights
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There is always a group of scholars and common people who are dead against the animal test. On the other hand, considerate people opine that animals can…
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Educational Linguistics

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In the historical foundation of Education, there we'll see the educational systems of the ancient civilizations; the Jewish, Chinese, Egyptians, Greeks, Romans and Early Christians are part of it,; also the education during the Medieval Times consisting of the Christians (Education for Humanitarianism), the Monasticism (Spiritual/ Moral Discipline), Scholasticism, Chivalric, Guild System, and the Saracenic System,; also the movements that helped shape Modern Educational thoughts and ideals, such as The Humanistic Conception of Education (Humanities for More Abundant Life), Realistic Conception of Education (Education as a Preparation for Living in the World of Experience), Disciplinary Concep…
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Friere - Banking v. Problem Solving Models of Education

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Does the current educational system based on what Freire calls the banking concept true to the nature of man and to the nature of man as a being capable of far more than what Freire sees as the narrow and confining view of education as it is practiced under the banking concept?…
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Kant says that we should treat humanity.....never simply as ameans but always at the same time as an end in itself. What does this mean Can a Kantian form of

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Globalisation has brought cross culture contact into greater focus and has illustrated the necessity of a universal accord that transcends language and places humanity, and the fair distribution of human rights, as the exclusive goal of mankind. Governments, states,…
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