Critical Essay

O’Brien’s ‘The Third Policeman’: An Exploration of What it Means to be Human.

2 pages | 470 words

O'Brien's 'The Third Policeman' is a story that uses an intellectual thesis to explore what it means to be human. The thesis is put forward by the character of the Narrator, who argues that human beings are simply determined by their environment and that they have no real control over their actions. This is demonstrated through the characters' actions in the story, which include murder, robbery and escape.

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Alcohol Consumption in America Before and During Prohibition

2 pages | 470 words

This essay looks at the history of alcohol consumption in America, from the early days when it was an integral part of everyday life, to the rise of the temperance movement and the enactment of prohibition. It discusses the challenges faced in enforcing prohibition, and the impact it had on society. Finally, it looks at the legacy of prohibition, and its eventual repeal.

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The Changing Face of Heroism: Understanding the Concept in the 21st Century

2 pages | 470 words

This essay explores the concept of heroism, looking at how it has been defined in the past and how it is understood today. The essay discusses different theoretical approaches to heroism, including the sociological perspective and edgework. Finally, it looks at how the concept of heroism has evolved in the 21st century.

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The Truth About the Bermuda Triangle

2 pages | 470 words

This essay discusses the Bermuda Triangle, a region of the world that is shrouded in mystery. The most popular theory about the Bermuda Triangle is that it is a place where time and space are warped. However, this theory is not based on scientific fact. Most of the disappearances that have occurred in the Bermuda Triangle can be explained by natural causes or human error.

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Research Paper

The Case Against Biodiesel: A Rebuttal

2 pages | 470 words

This essay looks at the case against biodiesel, the fallacy of the numbers that have been used, and what the critics are missing. It offers thoughts on the matter and concludes that biodiesel is a promising alternative fuel source that has been unfairly attacked by some critics.

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The Customs and Rituals of the Igbo Tribe

2 pages | 470 words

This essay discusses the customs and rituals of the Igbo tribe in Nigeria. The author describes how these customs and rituals reflected the values, social structure, and spiritual beliefs of the tribe.

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Looking at Women: How Men See Them and Why It Needs to Change

2 pages | 470 words

In his essay "Looking at Women," Scott Russell Sanders looks at the role of women in society and how men look at them. He points out that women are often seen as objects, and that this is due to both men's perception of them and to genetics. He goes on to say that feminism is the only way to change this perception, and that it is important for men to be more aware of how they look at women.

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Rapid Instructional Design: Advantages and Disadvantages

2 pages | 470 words

Rapid Instructional Design is a methodology that helps in designing the instructional materials within a shorter time frame. This methodology was developed by Dick and Carey in the year 1985 (Mager, 1997). It is also known as Straight Ahead Design or ADDIE (Analysis, Design, Development, Implementation and Evaluation). The steps involved in this methodology are as follows: analysis, design, development, implementation and evaluation.

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A Comparison of Love in Medea and Layla & Majnun

2 pages | 470 words

This essay compares and contrasts the Greek play "Medea" with the Persian poem "Layla & Majnun". Both stories feature women who are subordinated by men and end up killing their loved ones. However, while "Medea" is a story about infatuation gone too far, "Layla & Majnun" is a tale of true and everlasting love.

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Thomas Hobbes’ Contribution to the Establishment of Civil Peace

2 pages | 470 words

In this paper, I will be discussing Hobbes's contribution to the establishment of civil peace. I will firstly give a brief overview of his life and work. I will then go on to discuss his theory of the state of nature and how it leads to a state of war. Finally, I will discuss Hobbes's contractualism and how it can be used to establish civil peace.

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