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Work of the Prophets: Isaiah and Jeremiah
Oct 2, 2019
Work of the Prophets: Isaiah and Jeremiah
From the very first sight one reading the Old Testament can find Isaiah and Jeremiah’s books very different from each other. Words God has spoken through Isaiah’s are full of optimism, and Isaiah’s preaching God’s truth in a quite optimistic manner. Meanwhile, Jeremiah’s prophecies are full of sorrow, suffering, and generally, have a pessimistic mood.
Pain Sounds Aesthetically
Oct 2, 2019
Pain Sounds Aesthetically
Pain sounds aesthetically
Experience is always similar when listening to Frederic Chopin’s music: a sound is always gentle and intimate, despite sometimes hysterical too. This Polish compositor communicates with a listener in a specific confidential manner, and therefore one can see Chopin’s individual way of thinking, speaking, and basically, expressing himself very clear.
Therapeutic Landscape
Sep 27, 2019
Therapeutic Landscape
People have relied on the therapeutic abilities of a landscape for a long time. There were gardens near hospitals to treat patients, and there were parks in urban territories for citizens to stay in contact with nature. However, the idea hadn’t been fully developed until the later 20th century
Violence in the Media: A Disputable Harm
Sep 27, 2019
Violence in the Media: A Disputable Harm
Nowadays humankind has become more advanced and informed than ever before. Yet it seems media technologies help poorly in achieving peace and mutual understanding: ongoing cross-national wars and brutal civil conflicts, domestic and school violence remain timely concerns for many modern societies including the U.S.
Genghis Khan – From Cattle Breeder To Universal Ruler
Sep 12, 2019
Genghis Khan – From Cattle Breeder To Universal Ruler
More than seven centuries have passed since the reign of Genghis Khan, but there is still no unified evaluation of his personality in world history. It is very complicated to paint a portrait of this legendary Mongol only in black or white paint.
The life and Achievements of Ramesses II
Sep 11, 2019
The life and Achievements of Ramesses II
By the end of the reign of the eighteenth dynasty, the political situation in ancient Egypt was deteriorating. Due to the poor mismanagement, Amenhotep had never considered the foreign and domestic policy, focusing solely on religious reform.
The Tragedy of Othello by William Shakespeare
Sep 11, 2019
The Tragedy of Othello by William Shakespeare
Othello (The Tragedy of Othello, the Moor of Venice) is a play by William Shakespeare written approximately 1604. The source of it is a work Un Capitano Moro (“A Moorish Captain”) by Cinthio published in 1565.
Social Network Impact on Society Development, People’s Interaction, and Marketing
Sep 11, 2019
Social Network Impact on Society Development, People’s Interaction, and Marketing
Social networks organize online communication and interaction between social actors (users). It is characterized by flexibility, mobility, non-institutional relations, and the absence of a rigid structure. In a traditional society, due to the instability of political and economic relations between social actors, social networks filled the existing vacuum of communication between them.
Psychology of Women
Aug 30, 2019
Psychology of Women
Modern psychology pays much attention to the question of gender differences. It is no wonder, as the psychological peculiarities of the person have a great reflection on all spheres of his life: work, communication, friendship and so forth. This paper aims to analyze the psychology of women on the basis of scholarly articles.
London Riot in 1980
Aug 27, 2019
London Riot in 1980
The anti-apartheid movements of the 1980s were the acceptable vehicle of agitation and campaigning for the restoration of rights of the African-American population.
Women and ADHD
Aug 21, 2019
Women and ADHD
Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) belongs to one of the most controversial issues of modern psychology. It has been widely studied by scientists and undergone various clinic experiments in order to identify the reasons for its emergence.
Freud’s psychoanalysis: a Moral Cure
Aug 20, 2019
Freud’s psychoanalysis: a Moral Cure
It is known that the main regulator of human behavior is his unconsciousness. Sigmund Freud discovered that human consciousness is not the only structure, which is responsible for his actions.
Declarative and Non-Declarative Memory
Aug 20, 2019
Declarative and Non-Declarative Memory
The question of separation of human memory into declarative and non-declarative has undergone various discussions. A lot of scientific researchers were held in order to identify the difference between these two types.
The limits of strength described by Katherine Mansfield in the story “The Fly”
Aug 20, 2019
The limits of strength described by Katherine Mansfield in the story “The Fly”
The stories of Katherine Mansfield have deep philosophical meaning and reveal the ways in which different life events influence human nature. They mostly touch the eternal issues, concerning the purposes for which people sacrifice their lives and analyze the consequences of their decisions.