Simplicitias- comes close to plainness or even bluntness in English.Aside- private words that a character is a play speaks to the audience or to another character, which are not supposed to be overheard by others on stage.Soliloquy- a character who is alone of stage who express their feelings.Apostrophe- addressing somewhat that/someone who is not present; dead as if living, absent as if present, inanimate as if animate.Pathetic Fallacy- attachment of human feelings and traits to nature.
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Apostrophe- addressing somewhat that/someone who is not present; dead as if living, absent as if present, inanimate as if animate.Soliloquy- a character who is alone of stage who express their feelings.Pathetic Fallacy- attachment of human feelings and traits to nature.Example: Mrs. Carter pushes a cart… .There goes the carter.
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Hackett Publishing Company, n.d. 216A.Hackett Publishing Company, n.d. 221E.Within The Symposium, the Socratic Dialectic starts with the claims of Phaedrus that love “is the most ancient of the gods, and the most honored, and the most powerful in helping men gain virtue and blessedness, whether they are alive or have passed away” (Plato, Symposium 180B)(Plat.Whereas sophistry can be described as a deceiving type of confab, this values debates and argumentation that teach virtue.Hackett Publishing Company, n.d. 200A-B.
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Princeton University.Louis B. Wright and Virginia A. LaMar in “The Engaging Qualities of Othello” comment on the virtue within the innocent wife of the Moor, and how pain came into her life: Desdemona is warmhearted, tender, faithful, and much in love with her husband.N. p.: Simon and Schuster, Inc., 1957.Wright, Louis B. and Virginia A. LaMar.“The Engaging Qualities of Othello.” Readings on The Tragedies.
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They had a code of conduct and code of ethics in place detailing the responsibilities of the employees but how realistically this was being followed can be easily criticized based on Edmondson’s case.This also leads to question the monitoring and compliance at RadioShack.Corporate risk can be reduced and even mitigated if the organization can align values for ethical motivation and action.Considering the virtue ethics, did Edmondson and RadioShack’s decision demonstrate expected virtues?I believe that company’s code of ethics should be incorporated in its values and system actions.
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He does not like those politicians who befool people by exploiting their religious emotions and bad economic conditions.But I am proud of his being a man and not an angel.So is mu father.This habit sometimes put others in a very awkward situation.He has some flaws in his character.
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Bibliography: .According to Mr. Charles Derbyshire, it was a continuation of Rizal’s campaign of education in which he sought by blunt truths to awaken his countrymen to their own faults at the same time that he was arousing the Spaniards to the defects in Spain’s colonial system that caused and continued such shortcomings.In order to attain progress in our country, it should start in simple things before focusing on the complex ones.Why can’t we fall in line in buying our favorite food?Indeed, Filipinos has this indolence attitude if we shift the focus to the social context.
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...n for himself, since he says that whoever has the most stuff will have her hand in marriage.William Shakespeare’s The Taming of the Shrew is just one example in literature that contains the theme of marriage as an economic institution.But we must realize that this is false.Money is not always the reason for two people to get married.Her new-built virtue and obedience,” (The Taming of the Shrew, Act V, Scene 2, .
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Elaine Showalter, editor.Schweickart, Patrocinio.With courage and passion, Paulina defends Hermione against chauvinistic paranoia and enshrines female virtue.In 1733, editor Lewis Theobald condemned Paulina as "too gross and blunt" for daring to call the King "downright a Fool" (Dash 135).New York: Routledge & Paul, 1969.
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In any case, it seems likely that in the characterization of, first Perillus, and later Kent, Oxford was setting down a character who walked in company with virtue and thus attempted to do justice to Peregrine Bertie, Lord Willoughby.There is an extraordinary charm in a bluntness, which is that only of a nobleman arising from a contempt of overtrained courtesy, and combined with easy placability where goodness of heart is apparent.His passionate affection for and fidelity to Lear act on our feelings in Lear's own favor: virtue itself, seems to be in company with him.The birthplace of Richard Bertie was "Bertiested (now Bearsted) in Kent."Thus far, Willoughby fulfills Kent in bluntness, loyalty to crown and country, and the soldierly skil...
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She is, in fact, largely a matter of function, helping Lear to see his evil, and keeping him from harm as long as she is able.Her's is a morality for morality's sake.The reward for her sacrifice, had Shakespeare intended one, lies in the viewer's and in Lear's knowledge that good, however rare, does exist.____________________________ .Goneril and Regan are certainly shown little respect, although their actions differ little from the king's, and in her last line (V,iii,7), Cordelia speaks of "these sisters," as though they were of no relation to her.
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The swiftness with which Florinda accepts their apologies “I heartily forgive you all” provides the males, especially Blunt, with undeserving reprieve.Frederick’s involvement also implicates the cavaliers’ behaviour as he joins Blunt.All four heroines live happily ever after with, assumingly, the man of their choice, but to retain balance and order in society, other women who have languished for these men would have no choice but to bury their feelings amidst all romantic efforts, and Angellica is such one.There is significant change in women’s disposition over the 70 year gap of ‘Much Ado’ and ‘The Rover’‘s productions from the submissive Hero to Helena the Inconstant – however their destiny is much the same; Hellena insisting on marria...
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Through his use of persuasive appeals and the structure of his work, Fulbright has made a very convincing argument.There is not a lot of fluff to read around.He not only puts culpability on everyone else for not taking action sooner, but he also places blame onto himself as well, showing his fairness and objectivity to the matter.In part to great transitions the work has a logical order to it which seems to build everything up and then little by little shows the flaws and eventually tears it down wholly.Fulbright is very blunt and matter-of-fact during this piece which helped make his point.
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The Way of the Universe.Considering the difference between Taoism and western view of the world it is possible to state that these two religions are similar, but people do not understand this similarity due to the difference in vision and perception.People do not stop living after the death, and just unite with the universe and the Tao which is the same.Trying to change the main idea of the world, the universe and searching for other God, they just change the succession, the cover, but the general idea remains the same.People should be free to be ready for this.
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Faced with criticism, Madame de Staël reacted by publishing Some reflections on the moral goal of Delphine where she seeks to justify the goal of her work.Thus, Pierre-Louis Ginguené highlights the positive aspects of Delphine's character in the Philosophical Decade: “This character of Delphine is certainly one of the most beautiful offered by the best modern novels (...) All her feelings are pure , all his affections are noble; all her movements start from an ardent soul for good, which can neither cool nor even reach the slightest suspicion of evil (...) a being who suffers, a misfortune that she can relieve invincibly attracts her, like interest or pleasure attracts vulgar souls.However she refuses to publish this new ending which she...
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Even more so, Duffy hints that in order for a female to find true happiness she must remove the realms that bind her, ‘but what was best, hands-down beat the rest was saying a none-too-fond- farewell to sex’.We as the reader are made to feel the excitement and happiness that Mrs Rip Van Winkle is going through yet as soon as it arrives, her dream comes to a close at the eventual awakening of her husband.Duffy conveys, the position of Mrs Winkle within their relationship, she seems nothing more then object for sex and pleasure for her husband.Thus, a sense of pathos is created and one can only pity the situation she finds herself in.It is this blunt yet explicit statement made by Mrs Sisyphus that sets out the pace for the rest of the poe...
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Duffy highlights, not just in these poems but many others in her collection that in order for a woman, to be truly happy she must step out of the web that she has trapped herself into.For a woman also play a very important part in a society and patriarchal views will only ever begin to deteriorate if females begin to make a stand.‘Load of old bollocks’ therefore, giving an informal tone to the poem yet making it seem that much more real.The purpose of this is to convey how short lived they actually are for Mrs Winkle, as the poem initially starts with three lines and then ends with three also highlights the entrapment of Mrs Winkle, she began and ended with absolutely the same not being able to permanently free herself.In addition the rh...
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Even to the moment of impact, John felt peace and change with himself before he was hanged because he died and honest, upright, and blunt-spoken man.But, John Proctor expressed himself as an upright man.Or that he wasted his breath fighting for his and Elizabeth’s life.Such a thing would not come of any honor but come of disgrace and embarrassment.He chose to die a man of his name with honor and pride because he knew what was right and knew he would not win” I say- I say- God is Dead!” (Page: 198: John Proctor).
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Some of its members (including Alain Badiou, Sylvain Lazarus and Natacha Michel) then militated in the late Political Organization.She replied "with a pretty smile" that it was all far away and that he didn't have to worry.Frightened by the memory of the violence of his interventions, he became a bitter detractor of the political aims of French Maoism, saving from the libertarian experiences of the time only the cathartic virtues of its romantic elitism, what he calls "a spiritual insurrection".Many years later, the philosopher and writer Bernard Sichère, who was one of its members, described UCFml as "a sectarian organization", "often ruthless in its discipline, and all the more so more closed in on itself than its effective relation to...
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Brom van Blunt can be compared to the town drunk in that he was always causing trouble.In this way, Ichabod and van Blunt will remain rivals throughout history.It is said that Brom van Blunt is actually the Headless Horseman and used Crane’s fear of spirits in order to run him out of town.In the end, it is revealed that Katrina really does want to be courted by van Blunt and was only seeing Ichabod Crane in order to make him jealous and want her more.As is also human nature, the two left behind continue to laugh about the events and how they transpired.
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Your eyes are recessed within the bony sockets of your skull, which provide protection from many types of blunt and sharp object impacts....the eye ball, a blunt object strikes the eye ball, or the eye ball is moved excessively within its socket.There are 3 common types of eye injury: a corneal laceration (a cut or puncture wound), a globe rupture (bursting of the eye ball, and an optic nerve avulsion (complete tearing of the optic nerve), ea... .When a sharp object is pushed against the eye, it deforms the eye ball inward and creates stresses within the tissue.When these stresses are high enough, the tissue begins tearing at the weakest point in the wall of the eye, and continues until the tear goes completely through the wall.
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The Language of Literature.Arthur N. Applebee, Andrea B. Bermudez, Sheridan Blau, Rebekah Caplan, Peter Elbow, Susan Hynds, Judith A, Langer, James Marshall.The song “Tears and Rain: by James Blunt, is transcendentalist because it describes the ideas of embracing the positive and the negative experiences, transcending the ordinary and the worldly, and choosing between good and evil.Evanston: McDougal Littell, 2006.Evanston: McDougal Littell, 2006 382-91. .
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Pennsylvania: University of Pennsylvania.Life of Boethius.We all go through trials no matter what time or age we may be.It is just a matter of perspective.In general, the teachings of Philosophy can definitely still be applied to modern times.
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Her naivety is gradually stripped away as Angelo easily overcomes her threat to expose him, and she sees that virtue does not necessarily triumph over iniquity.This is perhaps emphasised by the use of horse imagery, ‘race the rein’, as well as the use of plosives and dentals ‘fit they consent to my sharp appetite’, drawing attention to his teeth and lips, reinforcing his sexual lust and passion for Isabella.Though the sentiment is spiritual, the language and images are highly physical, suggesting that her character would resist the carnal sexuality by yielding herself to more gruesome lovers: torture and death.‘Th’ impression of keen whips I’d wear as rubies, and strip myself to death’ – Shakespeare uses images of love, death and falgell...
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Caring, creativeness, hardworking, childish, nerdy, being blunt and a leader are the most important concepts that form my identity.Ever since I was taught what being blunt is I learned to control it.I think of myself as a blunt person, however, I did not learn I was such a blunt person until I started high school.I am willing to stay up late at night with a person I just met just to hear there problems and be there for them.It isn’t always a negative trait , being blunt lets you get straight to the point which has helped me save time that I could use for many other things in my life.
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Samuel Scheffler ed., New York: Oxford University Press, 1988, p.52 [Back] 25 Ibid., at 55 [Back] 26 Ibid., at 51 [Back] 27 Supra, note 22, at 156 [Back] 28 Supra, note 24, at 54 [Back] 29 Ibid., at 54 [Back] 30 Supra, note 1, at 74 [Back] 31 Hursthouse, Rosalind, "Virtue Theory and Abortion," in Virtue Ethics, R. Crisp, and M. Slote, eds., New York: Oxford University Press, 1997, p.218 [Back] 32 Baier, Kurt, "Radical Virtue Ethics," in Ethical Theory: Character and virtue (Midwest Studies in Philosophy XIII).In her article "Virtue Theory and Abortion," Rosalind Hursthouse states that people should both perform those actions that a virtuous person would do, i.e.It is also possible to argue that Stocker’s challenge applies to some version...
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I think Austen intends us to believe Lizzy is what Darcy needed to check his pride and overcome his shyness.Which makes the coupling all the more perfect.He is warm and compassionate, acknowledging his beastly behaviour, explaining it and apologising for it.What is so good about Jane Austen’s portrayal of Darcy is that he is exactly what Lizzy needed in a husband.Beautifully done.
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There is a large variety of methods to measure impact energy of polymers and the most common used test is the Charpy test.When there is a sudden load to the sample, fracture crazes will be developed.The whitening of polymers is easier to be observed in the unnotched samples than that in sharp-notched and blunt-notched.ISO .. A number of different rectangular-section standard polypropylene (PP) Charpy test samples including sharp notched, blunt notched and unnotched ones were tested at different temperature conditions. .. After the experiment completed, many benefits of toughness and impact test have been listed below.
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Blunt  suggests that Primaticcio’s style, as it can be seen from his drawings for the and from the mantelpiece from the was influenced by his time spent in Mantua,  where he executed classical friezes in the in the : .Hereafter cited as ‘Blunt’.‘Bosquet’, p.72.The walls were decorated with a series of paintings illustrating the story of Ulysses which, as Blunt suggests, show Primaticcio as a master of academic design ‘in a style more affected than previously by Michelangelesque influence, particularly in the scenes of violent action.’  .London: Yale University Press, p.199.
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Eventually she realises that she must choose between her sheep or her pride and sends a messenger saying that he “must” come.However, when her sheep eat too much clover, it is recognised throughout the neighbourhood that he is the only man who can sort out this problem.It suggests that her father was a womaniser, and because of this, I believe that she created an image on what a man should be.Oak replies in a blunt, straightforward manner.Oak and Bath’s relationship is quite unsettled.
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