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The Ethical Issues Surrounding Jordan’s Garment Industry

4 pages | 1030 words

This essay explores the ethical issues surrounding Jordan's garment industry from different perspectives. It looks at the Kantian Ethics theory, the Divine Command Theory and Utilitarianism, and how they can be applied to the different problems within the industry. Finally, it concludes with a discussion of how these different theories can be used to improve the situation for workers, the environment and children.

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The Oregon Trail: A Journey of Hardship and Hope

2 pages | 390 words

This essay discusses the journey of a family along the Oregon Trail in the mid-1840s. The journey was difficult, with many challenges, but also had good moments. In the end, the family settled in Oregon and started a new life.

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Being and Becoming: A Brief Overview

3 pages | 770 words

In this essay, the author will overview the philosophical theories on being and becoming, before discussing how these two concepts can help us understand scientific change and mathematical understanding. The author will also argue that, contrary to popular belief, becoming is actually more important than being in unlocking the mystery of life.

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The Origin and Source of Wrongdoing: Augustine’s and Kant’s Views

3 pages | 580 words

This essay looks at the views of Augustine and Kant on the origin and source of wrongdoing. Augustine argues that sin is a natural part of human nature, while Kant believes that all wrongdoing originates from our own individual choices.

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Mapleton High School: A Good Enough School

3 pages | 770 words

Mapleton High School is a good enough school. The evidence for this appears, not only in its beautiful and visually appealing environment but also through its performance. In this paper, the physical environment of Mapleton High School and how it looks to students, teachers, and parents will be discussed. Additionally, the performance of the school in regards to academics and extracurriculars will be examined.

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The impact of geography and resources on early civilizations

3 pages | 700 words

This essay discusses the impact of geography and resources on early civilizations. It explains how the first civilizations developed in river valleys because of the fertile land and abundance of resources. It also discusses how transportation and trade routes played a role in the development of early civilizations.

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The Benefits of Exercise: How Physical Activity Improves Health

4 pages | 980 words

Exercise is good for you, both mentally and physically. It can help to boost mood, keep you physically active, release chemicals that are beneficial for the brain, and improve health in a number of ways. So, if you're looking for a way to improve your overall health and well-being, make sure to include some physical activity in your daily routine!

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Dante Alighieri: A Good Student

2 pages | 500 words

This essay discusses the three qualities that made Dante Alighieri a good student: asking questions, being keen, and respecting the character of the teacher. These qualities are demonstrated through examples from Dante's Inferno.

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The Multiple Dimensions of Frankenstein: A Psychological Interpretation

3 pages | 730 words

Frankenstein is a novel that has been interpreted in many ways since its publication in 1818. In this essay, I will argue that Frankenstein is a multidimensional representation of the human psyche where the author reveals all the vices created by the social unconscious mind.

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The Consequences of Making Bad Choices: A Clockwork Orange

3 pages | 740 words

A Clockwork Orange is a novel written by Anthony Burgess. The book was first published in 1962 and has been adapted into a film by Stanley Kubrick in 1971. The story is set in the near future where crime is rampant and the government has introduced a new method of rehabilitation, which is to brainwash offenders so that they will no longer be able to commit crimes. The character of young Alex as the narrator as well as the criminal protagonist aims to show the importance of allowing people to make their personal decisions regardless of the results. Alex goes through the process of rehabilitation and is released back into society. However, he soon realizes that he has lost the ability to make his own choices and that he is now a slave to the government.

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