Samples "Philosophy"


Locke Essay

Introduction Locke was a great and vastly influential philosopher in history (1632-1704). According to Locke, every child that is born has the right to freedom, justice and equality; but how come they are placed under their parents’ jurisdiction? This is because the children lack the capacity to consciously, and also...

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571 words | 3 page(s)
The Deception of Power in Plato’s Allegory of the Cave and Shusterman’s Unwind

In Shusterman’s novel Unwind, as well as in Plato’s famous Allegory of the Cave, readers are confronted with the presence of power structures, and, more particularly, the deceptive effects of these power structures. Namely, institutions of power, in both of these stories, can be said to exist and furthermore retain...

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603 words | 3 page(s)
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Exploring Cultural Values

Introduction If, as many believe, Florence was the birthplace of the Renaissance, it follows that a number of the city's cultural values were in play in the era. The nature of the Renaissance itself is so expansive, the art and learning must have relied on the greatest commitment of the...

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1065 words | 4 page(s)
The Enlightenment Essay

The Enlightenment is one of the most influential periods of time across disciplines to this very day. In 18th century Europe, the culture exploded during this time and almost every major area of science, government and philosophy were irrevocably changed. Although this is by no means an exhaustive listing of...

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927 words | 4 page(s)
Dissoi loggoi and Academic Application: Rhetorical Analysis

Dissoi loggoi is an ancient term that is derived from a text written by Sextus, towards the end of fifth century, BC, (Tylor and Lee). The historical placement of Dissoi loggoi is with Protagoras and the Sophists, (Taylor and Lee). Sophists were known for their ability to twist the meanings...

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1242 words | 5 page(s)