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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.
Ancient peoples of America
Aug 16, 2019
Ancient peoples of America
The Basketmaker II peoples are the population, who lived about 1500 BC. The origin of these people is unknown.
The Subverted Flower Reveals a Secret
Aug 2, 2019
The Subverted Flower Reveals a Secret
Finding moments in our life, often simple and obvious, and beautiful, but unknown, unnoticed before the poet finds it and sing about it in the form of a piece of art. Poems give us insights we have never thought about. And Robert Frost’s poem The Subverted flower isn’t an exception. It reveals a hard secret about the humankind and by that confirms the poet’s “Theory of the Circle of Security”.
The Norfolk Regimen: Facts, Truth, and Mystery
Jul 26, 2019
The Norfolk Regimen: Facts, Truth, and Mystery
War is never a happy thing. It brings tears and fear. It ruins cities and people’s lives. Sometimes it brings even mystery. One of the strangest stories comes from the bloody battles of the First World War when a whole battalion vanished in nowhere.
The Ghost Sonata for the Intimate Theatre
Jul 24, 2019
The Ghost Sonata for the Intimate Theatre
The Ghost Sonata is a play written by August Strindberg in 1907 as a part of five chamber plays cycle for the Intimate Theatre he created.
The Fall of Rome
Jul 22, 2019
The Fall of Rome
The Roman Empire is probably the most significant and influential state formation of the Ancient history, being the largest and the mightiest state in Europe and having made an inestimable contribution to the development of civilization as well as culture and science of Ancient Greece.
Problem of Fathers and Sons
Jul 19, 2019
Problem of Fathers and Sons
As we all know, parents and children are the closest people in the world, but sometimes they behave like complete strangers. The problem between them arises because children are adherent of new attitudes, ideologies, and parents are usually conservative and have completely opposite views.
The Demand for Food on the Go
Jul 17, 2019
The Demand for Food on the Go
The fast food sector is booming all over the world, especially in the USA. The majority of the world’s population finds it difficult to imagine their everyday life without food on the go.