1191 words - 5 pagesTheme: Hamlet is one of the most celebrated tragediesfilled with several different themes and isfull of varying imagery.I. IntroductionII. ThemesA. DeceptionB. RevengeC. Appearance vs. realityD. Ambition and powerE. Disease and poisonIII. DeathIV. ImageryA. MetaphorsB. SimilesC. ImagesV. Conclusion."ToBeorNotToBe.'Hamlet is one of Shakespeare's most celebrated tragedies. Written in 1602 during the English civil war, it was first believed a lost tragedy by an unknown English author, found in a collection of stories. It was first written as poetry. The actual CastleVIEW DOCUMENT
853 words - 3 pagesIn perhaps the most quoted line in all of literature, "Tobeornottobe" (3.1, line 64), Hamlet contemplates suicide. Hamlet ponders whether he should simply end the sorrows of his life quickly, i.e. suicide, or continue his life and let fortune either alleviate these struggles or continue to add more sorrows.
When we last saw Hamlet, he cursed himself for his lack of resolve and action. He watched an actor weep and moan across the stage in grief for Hecuba, the fallen queen of Troy, whom the actor had no connection to. In the previous act, Hamlet's father appeared to him in the form of a ghost to tell Hamlet that Hamlet's uncle murdered his father then married Hamlet's mother, takingVIEW DOCUMENT
1530 words - 6 pages in the library and attempts to speak with him. Hamlet must know something is going on, because he talks in circles, leading Polonius to believe that Hamlet is truly nuts. Hamlet’s intends to make everyone think that he is crazy so they won’t suspect that he is really out to avenge his father’s death.
Ophelia waits for Hamlet to walk by and pretends tobe reading a prayer book. Seeing this, Hamlet launches into his most famous soliloquies:
Tobe, ornottobe, that is the question:
Whether ‘tis nobler in the mind to suffer
The Slings and arrows of outrageous fortune,
Orto take arms against a sea of troubles
And by opposing end them. To die, to sleep –
No more – and byVIEW DOCUMENT
703 words - 3 pagesVictor created a creature unknown to man. Everyone, including Victor was petrified of the creature. He was judged by his looks and not by his character. Even though the creature was hideous and horrific looking does not mean that he was an evil being. How can Victor create this creature and be afraid of him? The creature was not evil at all; he was just misunderstood and provoked to anger by his very own creator.
The creature did not kill for evil reasons. As I stated before, the creature was provoked to anger. The creature wanted was a female mate to accompany him so he would notbe lonely anymore. The creature wanted another creature of his kind to complete him and fill in the holes thatVIEW DOCUMENT
740 words - 3 pages performed will make the audience full of tears and “makes mad the guilty and appeal the free.” In other words, the prince is saying how the reenactment of his father’s death in the play will make his uncle squirm in uncomfortableness. That way, Hamlet will have enough proof tobe able to see if his uncle is guilty ornot and therefore, won’t have any regrets or guilt about killing the man. Hamlet mentions how he wants to capture the conscious of the King and end his life.
The third soliloquy from the play Hamlet by William Shakespeare has the theme of life. Hamlet walks in and starts to question his life; whether it is better tobe alive or dead. Hamlet continues to go on with when weVIEW DOCUMENT
698 words - 3 pages “the spirit that [he has] seen / May be the devil” (2.2.50) because he believes the devil may have tricked him by assuming “a pleasing shape” (2.2.50). However, Hamlet’s self-doubt quickly twists itself into stubborn resolution when the specter reminds him that “The serpent that did sting thy father's life / Now wears his crown.”
As Hamlet's disbelief morphs into a cold, disturbed reasoning, he develops a plan to feign insanity. He tells his friends that from then on, he will maintain “an antic disposition” (1.5.28) so as tonot seem suspicious in his quest for revenge. The prince is so convincing as a madman that the king requests Rosencrantz and Guildenstern to find the cause of theVIEW DOCUMENT
673 words - 3 pages decision to bring theduel to a halt and suggests banishing the two from Englandinstead. Richard thoroughly contemplated his decision onlyto make himself look more appealing to the people ofEngland. If he halts and condemns the duel, he ispromoting peace, which is supported by all. His sentencefor Mowbray was tobe banished from England forever butBolingbrokes sentence was only banishment for seven years.Richard knows that he must not anger the supporters ofBolingbroke, in fear that Bolingbroke is next in line asKing. Richard flaunts a fake and phony King in thisVIEW DOCUMENT
741 words - 3 pagesShakespeare's "Tobe, ornottobe" speech can be interpreted in many different ways. In the Gibson, Jacobi, and Branagh versions, senses of depression, contemplation, and vengeance were conveyed. All of the emotions represented by the actors were appropriate, given the mental and physical states of Hamlet in the context of the play.In the Mel Gibson version, Hamlet was portrayed as a depressed and suicidal individual. He wore a black, leathery outfit, with a small dagger tied around the waist. The setting began withVIEW DOCUMENT
2043 words - 8 pages dangerous risk. If this is so, why are the inventors of the derivatives not in jail? Financial innovations are not intrinsically flawed or meant to do harm to others. However, they are causing an invisible harm, since they create the illusion of unaccountability towards financial employees, meaning they do not have an obligatory responsibility when they malfunction.9 Hence, it was difficult to pin it on prominent financial figures, when the people do not have any control over the success of an innovation.
Arguably, the classical theory seems tobe a favourable approach how Wall Street has avoided prosecution and punishment for the 2008 US financial crisis. White introduces classical theory as theVIEW DOCUMENT
1775 words - 7 pages in the cell for 40 years. As we can see, the above opinion does not have any sense.The only true fact about the usefulness of a death penalty is the fact that many people feel that killing convicted murderers will satisfy their need for justice and / or vengeance. The only bad thing about it is : executing a criminal does not bring his victim back to life. Even though some people fell relieved when the murderer is executed, there is no way to reverse the crime(s) that he has committed.Even though almost everything and everybody speak against the capital punishment, I think that people who committed violent crimes should be punished to the fullest extend of law, which capital punishment basically is.As well as no human being deserves tobe executed, no human being deserves to have his or her life taken away by the criminal. The laws of living say: ' Sooner or later you will be responsible for everything you do in your life, whether you like it ornot, and whether you regret it ornot '.VIEW DOCUMENT
650 words - 3 pages where small sports cars cannot. They have the ability to maneuver in and out of rough terrain without hesitation. And lastly, they have the ability to assist other vehicles that might be in need of the power that the SUV can provide.In Conclusion, both the pros and the cons of owing these vehicles present valid arguments, but given the strength of the pros when compared to the cons, I definitely side with the author of the article. As stated earlier, in my opinion the advantages of owning or even driving a Sport Utility Vehicle such as the Ford Explorer undoubtedly prevail over owning a sport compact such a Honda Civic.VIEW DOCUMENT
1285 words - 5 pages of treason. Although it would be challenging for one to admit the location of their murdered victim, it would be an extremely noble response. Hamlet’s dishonesty may be relatively justifiable because he is human, however an admired king should be beyond human imperfections and always answer truthfully.
Hamlet’s characteristic of indecisiveness is the most prevalent in his famous “tobeornottobe” (III, i, 67) soliloquy. In his speech, Hamlet struggles with his choices of living or committing suicide. He compares death to sleep when he exclaims, “by a sleep to say we end the heartache, and the thousand natural shocks that flesh is heir to” (III, i, 61-64). At this moment, Hamlet longs toVIEW DOCUMENT
1935 words - 8 pages. Rather than fixing things you are to play princess, along with your easy bake oven. For centuries society has quietly driven a complex into the hearts and minds of young girls, that you have tobe pretty to succeed. In our time today you rarely see unattractive; politicians, movie stars, musicians, officials or entertainers. Anybody who is somebody these days has attractive physical qualities.
In Marge Piercy’s poem she states “ She was healthy, tested intelligent, possessed strong arms and back, abundant sexual drive and manual dexterity.”(Piercy 7-9) If a young lady possesses all of these things then why would she not feel that she was up to par? How could intelligence and capabilityVIEW DOCUMENT
1507 words - 6 pages. Not wanting to face a trial, he escaped. The captain and Leggatt form an immediate bond (Conrad 702). Comparing the two, they are both of the same stature, same background. The captain even refers to Leggatt as his "double", "other self", or "secret sharer" almost 40 times (Graver 152). Conrad specifically implies that Leggatt is a doppelgänger, or the captain's double.They do, however, possess striking differences in their personalities. Where the captain is apprehensive and uncertain of himself, Leggatt is full of calmness and self-confidence (Conrad 702). In fact, part of the attractiveness that Leggatt has, is based on his obvious self-possession (Graver 152). Yet, it must beVIEW DOCUMENT
550 words - 2 pagesThe text tobeornottobe by William Shakespeare refers to the paradox of life and death. He starts the poem by questioning himself: is it worth to exist ornot, and by existing he is referring to the human ability of thinking; in the sense of: I exist because I can think. This issue is developed throughout the poem were the action of thinking deals with the decision of; should I live ornot and it certainly becomes an obstacle to make that decision. In that sense the poem transmits that the innate humanVIEW DOCUMENT
1524 words - 6 pagesToBeorNotToBe In The Gang
Tyrone walks into Jefferson High School. To him, the world is out to get him. His folks recently divorced. His dad, the person he absolutely admired and respected, had cheated on his mom. His mom met someone new and she moved herself and the kids in with him. The new boyfriend is ok, but he tries too hard tobe nice, and Tyrone wants his old family back together. To make matters even worse, his girlfriend of two years decided she couldn’t handle the long distance relationship. He feels his life has been very spurious.
During his 2nd period class, Tyrone bumps into Wayne, a very muscular, intimidating jock.
“Watch it,” says Wayne, pushing TyroneVIEW DOCUMENT
700 words - 3 pages exhibit, a parade, a rental canoe, or a cold lemonade.” (kirn). We are milking the expedition so us americans can make a profit out of something that failed for the most part. It is a waste of celebrating and is only making greedy people rich. We should not celebrate them just so we can make a profit we should celebrate them for something that actually matters.
some of you may be saying that Lewis and Clark should be celebrated for those reason i said they should not because it ‘helps the american populous understand what they did and what they had to face’. But that is not true you’ll learn about Lewis and Clark in school more than enough times. Every school teaches what they did. SomeVIEW DOCUMENT
709 words - 3 pages, they also accepted the idea that love is above everything. This was certainly a bad influence on girls because this was not how real society worked. Parents did not realize, the seed of conflict were embedded in their childrens mind just for watching a cartoon.We need to choose more careful than that.Some people say Disney films convey positive messages to young children, too. The sense of family, responsibility, and courage as in The Lion King, Mulan, or The Incredibles was communicated through the films. Indeed, and if there were no positive messages in these films, there would notbe any arguments in the first place. However, by overlooking theVIEW DOCUMENT
1431 words - 6 pages should have all the rights to do so. However, the fact might be that Taiwan shouldn’t be autonomous, and it is more beneficial to maintain the relationship or even develop a better relationship with Mainland China.
Taiwan has been self-governed since 1950, and it has enough experience to elect, run, and manage the country. However, it has never officially being independent before, and lack experience when handling problems without aid from its mother countries. On the world map almost everywhere, Taiwan is marked as an independent country and has its own land. The autonomy of Taiwan is almost default in the world, but the fact is that not all of Taiwanese people want tobe separated from ChinaVIEW DOCUMENT
1658 words - 7 pagesEven though antidepressants serve as a temporary relief for teens with depression, they should notbe considered an effective treatment to cure depression due to the side effects, risk of addiction, and increase thoughts of suicide. “Teen depression is a serious condition that affects emotions, thoughts and behaviors. Issues such as peer pressure, academic expectations, and changing bodies can bring a lot of ups and downs for teens” (Mayo Clinic). Depression does not discriminate; no matter what race, gender, or religion, depression can turn a person’s life upside down if they do not handle it correctly. “Depression usually starts between the ages of fifteen and thirty” (WebMD). TeenVIEW DOCUMENT
1213 words - 5 pagesThis does not mean that China is going to “buy back ” Taiwan with its money powers or military powers . Until 2013, it was estimated that China has invested only less than $800 million, much less than that of US and that of Taiwan to Mainland China, which is US $22.1 billion and US $129 billion respectively . Chinese investors are harshly censored when investing in Taiwan by many different forces, and any politically inclined investment is called to end immediately. Every investment that China has made goes through the inspection of US, and the US government will stop any attempt China has to “buy back” Taiwan. Thus Taiwan is under safe watch of different countries to avoid any illegalVIEW DOCUMENT
539 words - 2 pagesThere have been lots of views and opinions surrounding the arguments whether marijuana should be legalized and if tobacco should be made illegal. The reasons for marijuana not being legalized are similar to the reasons people want tobacco to become illegal. Only the danger that tobacco provides is more intense than the danger of marijuana.Marijuana's short-term effects include temporary problem with memory and problems with learning. It also causes temporary distorted perception (sounds, time, touch etc.), trouble thinking and solving problems. For some people smoking marijuana causes loss of motor coordination. But compare it to the short-term effect that tobacco produces.VIEW DOCUMENT
540 words - 2 pagesThe Moral Question in Hamlet's Soliloquy - Tobeornottobe...
"The major question in 'Tobeornottobe' cannot be suicide. If it were, as many have noted, it would be dramatically irrelevant. Hamlet is no longer sunk in the depths of melancholy, as he was in his first soliloquy. He has been roused to action and has just discovered how to test the Ghost's words. When we last saw him, only five minutes before, he was anticipating the night's performance, and in only a few moments we shall see him eagerly instructing the players and excitedly telling Horatio of his plan. To have him enter at this point debating whether ornotto kill himself would be completely inconsistent withVIEW DOCUMENT
2362 words - 9 pagesThe “Tobeornottobe” Soliloquy of Hamlet
Does the hero in Shakespeare’s Hamlet deliver a soliloquy that does not fit the dramatic context? Does the soliloquy suggest that suicide is imminent? This essay proposes to answer these and other questions relevant to the “Tobeornottobe” soliloquy.
Lawrence Danson in the essay “Tragic Alphabet” discusses the most famous of soliloquies as involving an “eternal dilemma”:
The problem of time’s discrediting effects upon human actions and intentions is what makes Hamlet’s “Tobe, ornottobe” soliloquy eternal dilemma rather than fulfilled dialectic. Faced with the uncertainty of any action, an uncertainty thatVIEW DOCUMENT
1194 words - 5 pages deterring Ophelia’s devoted love for him. The challenge of actually being with Hamlet is hard enough on the young woman, but added are the combination of forbidden and unrequited love and these have a devastating effect on Ophelia’s mental state. After being told that her social class is too low tobe romantically involved with a prince, Polonius takes advantage of his daughter and uses her as a pawn to bring into question Hamlet’s sanity. Being emotionally weak, Ophelia begins to crack when Hamlet openly denies her love and claims to have never written any love letters to her. Hamlet truly breaks Ophelia’s heart when he says, “I loved you not,” (Shakespeare, p.69) and soon after “IfVIEW DOCUMENT
2362 words - 9 pagesThe “Tobeornottobe” Soliloquy in Hamlet
One soliloquy stands out above the others in William Shakespeare’s Hamlet. Of the seven soliloquies by the protagonist, the “Tobeornottobe” soliloquy is universally recognized as superior to the others. This essay considers this most famous soliloquy.
Marchette Chute in “The Story Told in Hamlet” describes just how close the hero is to suicide while reciting his most famous soliloquy:
Hamlet enters, desperate enough by this time tobe thinking of suicide. It seems to him that it would be such a sure way of escape from torment, just to cease existing, and he gives the famous speech on suicide that has neverVIEW DOCUMENT
2085 words - 8 pagesHamlet -- the “Tobeornottobe” Soliloquy
In William Shakespeare’s dramatic tragedy Hamlet the fourth of the seven soliloquies by the hero is generally considered exceptional and more famous than the others. This essay will examine and analyze this soliloquy, and explore the reasons for its fame.
This famous soliloquy manifests the expression of very deep and conflicting emotions. Ruth Nevo in “Acts III and IV: Problems of Text and Staging” explains the basic conflict within the hero’s most famous “Tobeornottobe” soliloquy:
Since we know what Hamlet’s obligatory task is, we cannot but register the possibility that the taking of arms and theVIEW DOCUMENT
686 words - 3 pages So it is time tobe honest, eating meat is an objectively bad idea. It’s more expensive than vegetable, it is linked to cancer and causes devastating crises in the modern world. But as a matter of the fact that for all the rational arguments against it, some of us just can’t give up our habits. Please just imagine the picture of a juicy steak just begging tobe eaten. Here I will provide you some reasons notbe a vegetarian.
On logical grounds, there is no compelling reason to argue that our bodies are designed for meat. Thanks to the miracles of evolution, we as humans would survive with a meat-free diet. But that doesn’t mean we’re natural vegetarians. According to some scientificVIEW DOCUMENT
872 words - 3 pages American literature comes from one book by Mark Twain called Huckleberry Finn". This book , more than any other, describes the culture of America and the values it had, and still has today. Even though the book was written in the nineteenth century, it can be implied to the American culture of today. The Duke and the King are good symbols of greed , which is present today more than ever. Slavery has been abolished, but there is still racism and that is why the connection between Jim and Huck is essential. It shows that all people , no matter what race or ethnic origin, can get along. WhenVIEW DOCUMENT
1128 words - 5 pages In the past, the mention to have to write a paper for an assignment caused me to break out in a sweat or my mouth instantly dries, well it does not have that kind of effect on me anymore. The key to successfully completing the essay on time is getting to research the topic at hand as soon as possible or before the process of writing begins. The next step for me would beto find the argument and take a side. Moreover, picking a thesis statement through brainstorming the information I gathered for original ideas, so I can start my outline. This outline must consist of three basic parts to support the thesis. These parts are the introduction, body, and conclusion. Something that is oftenVIEW DOCUMENT
920 words - 4 pages scrapes and bruises. I know that is either of them was not wearing their seat belt, I would notbe able to enjoy their presence today.As far as changes we need to make to the law, I think all we need to do is make it more strict. We should included all vehicles and have harsher penalties than just a $25 ticket. It is the government?s job to protect people from themselves. We do with so many other laws people accept without rebuttal, but because putting on your seat belt takes a few extra seconds and might be uncomfortable for a while people think they should be able to choose if they want to save their own life ornot. Suicide is against theVIEW DOCUMENT
797 words - 3 pagesThe soliloquy that appears in Act 3 Scene 1 of Shakespeare’s Hamlet is easily one of the most popular speeches in English literature. It has been referenced to in Star Trek, Calvin and Hobbes and A Nightmare on Elm Street. However, this speech was not intended tobe a lighthearted reference as indicated by Hamlet’s contemplative, philosophical, and bitter tones he uses while questioning the nature of life and death in this soliloquy.
To begin with, Hamlet starts off his speech asking, “Whether ‘tis nobler in the mind to suffer/ The slings and arrows of outrageous fortune/ Orto take arms against a sea of troubles/ And by opposing end them” (Shakespeare 3.1.57-60). He wonders if heVIEW DOCUMENT
1771 words - 7 pagesbe effective ornot. Opinions from both Max Soliven and Marichu Villanueva, both from the Philippines Star have its differences, and yet both look forward to the approval of the said bill.
Soliven's column strongly favors the anti-terrorism bill as is expresses by the line "This is why I say: we must have an anti-terrorism law. And the more teeth we put into it, the better." However, though he supports it, he sees the initial flaws of the plan, and concludes that due to more politics the bill will end up useless even if it is passed. He is really skeptic when it comes to the ability of our law makers to create a law that is both efficient and effective. Because of the issue of "humanVIEW DOCUMENT
1444 words - 6 pages, they ask whether such acts result in negative consequences that might notbe seen immediately. Finally, there is an issue as to whether attempts to control victimless crimes are, as a whole, more helpful or detrimental to the criminal justice system and society in terms of cost effectiveness.
In terms of my viewpoint, I stand with the people who believe that victimless crimes should notbe decriminalized as I constantly question whether these crimes are truly victimless. As much as I believe that legalizing offenses like illicit drug use, euthanasia, prostitution, and gambling would help society in terms of cost effectiveness, I still believe such acts can cause more harm than what peopleVIEW DOCUMENT
2282 words - 9 pagesAlthough not immediately seen as a likely success (Shippey), J.R.R. Tolkein’s original epic fantasy The Lord of the Rings flourished, and has had numerous adaptations for different mediums in the years following its publication. Not surprisingly, each one has had its criticism. In particular, deviations from canon – a term used to mean original story-line and accepted character history supported by the author’s writings – are among the worst “offenses” that can be made when pursuing an adaptation, according to those who refer to themselves as Tolkein “purists.” Such changes, they argue, substantially change the narrative and spirit of the original tale (Ruzin). But in each case, theVIEW DOCUMENT
1295 words - 5 pagesShould an athlete's gender determine whether ornot they will be allowed to participate in any sport they choose?Whenever the topic of letting women play sports with men comes up, there are always people who have their own distinct opinions of what should happen. It is almost like bringing up the topics of religion or politics within a large group. People's ideas on the subject might agree with a main view, but each person sees minor respects of that topic from a little different perspective. So, what are some of the ideas for or against letting women play in men's sports leagues and vice versa?VIEW DOCUMENT
3539 words - 14 pagesDUniversity of PhoenixMGT/350August 31, 2009Decisions in Paradise: How ToBe, orNotToBe - Part 1An upscale retirement property management group, Senior Resources Group (SRG), has agreed to establish a community in Kava. In this paper, I will discuss the difficulties foreseen, evaluate, analyze, and recommend new solutions. According to the Business Scenario, the success of establishing a resort style, assisted living community for seniors will be challenging. SRG has several properties which cater to seniors; providing a luxurious atmosphere and lifestyle, allowing seniors to remain active and still keep "the importance of personal respect and dignity." (SRG/HAWTHORN 2008) SRG remainsVIEW DOCUMENT
1045 words - 4 pages messaging me.
While, I’m not at all surprised by his behavior given his classroom antics, it did get me thinking about how good ol’ Ike is representative of a larger issue. Being an anti-racist ally or paying lip service to one’s privilege in one’s work has become all the rage for Good White People™ who want to show off their social justice credentials without actually putting in the work (or, alternatively, without taking real accountability). It’s become super easy to exploit and benefit from the struggles of people of color while simultaneously expressing concern about it, the very epitome of the old saying, “to have your cake and eat it too.”
And, frankly, I’m goddamn tired of itVIEW DOCUMENT
1026 words - 4 pagesKava is an island country in the South Pacific. This island country Kava should be a paradise, but it is not. This country has been devastated by natural disasters such as Tidal waves, Tornadoes, Floods, Fires, Volcanic eruptions, Earthquakes, and HIV/Aids, Petroleum spills and it's a high risk for avian flu. The population is over 50% under the age of 15, and there are many different ethnic groups and religions that are currently in Kava. Since the adolescents are the majority of the population they need a safe place to escape to during hard times and a place that will build theirVIEW DOCUMENT
1111 words - 4 pagesEvery year thousands of young adults attend college with the hope of expanding their career opportunities, but are these young adults doing more than studying and homework? A new study suggests that binge drinking is on the rise among college students (Eisenberg n.p.). With an increase of alcohol consumption by underage drinkers, it only seems logical to lower the drinking age to prevent binge drinking, however there are far more consequences tobe seen. Lowering the drinking age to 18 will not solve the binge drinking problem among college students but will cause more problems. In this paper I will explain the reason why lowering the drinking age will not stop binge drinking and theVIEW DOCUMENT
1749 words - 7 pages"Culture jamming tobeornottobe"Based onA Review of Kalle Lasn's Culture JamByOdiley Festus 065335ForRTVF 51123rd NovemberThis paper is written as an attempt by myself to outline my understanding and views on the new ideology of 'Culture Jamming' with major reference to Kalle Lasn book.It is also important to highlight the importance of Debord's 'Society of the spectacle' as the blue print for the uprising of concept of culture jamming. Both books are quite very informative on the deceptive constructs of popular culture in the era we presently live in. I must also stress that both books areVIEW DOCUMENT
500 words - 2 pagesRecently A rabbit was cloned and made to glow using genes from a jelly fish. Consider the case of Frankenstein and write an essay analyzing why or why not things not meant tobe should or should notbe.A glowing rabbit hops about its cage. Wait a second. Glowing? Why? These are the questions that come to mind after seeing the rabbit. The rabbit is glowing for only one reason, to show off and prove mans dominance over nature. Even people who dont believe in god agree that some things are better left to Mother Nature herself.Man has always done things for the sole purpose of being theVIEW DOCUMENT
848 words - 3 pages hear perfectly.Recently, developments in genetics have centred on the creation of a perfect person. We could actually make ourselves a modern day Renaissance Man like the ones from - well, from the Renaissance. Piece by piece we could put together a well-rounded, possibly intelligent, human being that would match Da Vinci's anatomical drawings to a 'T', or more precisely, to an 'eye'. Humanity, of course, would be astounded by the outcome. We would create a Martin Luther; a Galileo; hell, why not a Jesus? And we would be awed by our own creation. It would be great, just think about it: we build him, we are awed by him, he leads us, and then we - wait, what do we do then? Certainly weVIEW DOCUMENT
1588 words - 6 pagesSurrogate Mothers Must Notbe Allowed to Profit
Infertility affects an estimated 6.1 million people in the United States, or 10% of the reproductive age population (1). For many couples, infertility carries a stigma with serious personal and social ramifications. Infertile couples face social rejection by friends and family with children and must also come to terms with the loss of lifelong dreams of rearing children. The psychological trauma associated with infertility has created a great demand for a solution, and the medical industry has responded with eagerness. Infertile couples spend millions of dollars on medical treatments, including in vitro fertilizationVIEW DOCUMENT
5599 words - 22 pages, however, the rustle of a skirt
hushes when they wake, and the knuckles brushing a cheek in sleep seem to belong to the sleeper. Sometimes the
photograph of a close friend or relative- looked at too long- shifts, and something more familiar than the dear face itself
moves there. They can touch it if they like, but don't, because they know all things will never be the same if they do.
This is not a story to pass on. (Morrison 275).
Morrison reiterates the fact that this narrative of slavery and disturbance should notbe passed on from generation to generation admitting that the characters still haunt her. "Now I have to callVIEW DOCUMENT
1187 words - 5 pagesShould Liberal Democracies use Torture?The use of torture has been around for generations, used as a means to punish criminals, or get useful information, or confessions from criminals. Although in ancient times the methods of torture were never questioned, today the topic of using torture in a liberal democracy is a highly debated topic amongst government and military officials. Since the tragedy of 9-11, the question of whether ornot torture should be used to gain useful and vital information from terrorists has become a popular one, and one debated everywhere. Although the use of tortureVIEW DOCUMENT
1413 words - 6 pages together. Abortions between 1 to 18 weeks of pregnancy should notbe banned because it is only a fetus. (Marlena Sobel "Abortion Myths") Abortion could only be considered murder if one considers a fetus tobe a person. A fertilized ovum, or zygote, is a cluster of cells; each of those cells is encoded with a specific DNA. If each of these cells is then tobe considered a possible human being, then any time any cell is removed through surgery for instance, a potential life is destroyed. Aside from what some believe that the fetus can feel pain through the procedure, doctors have stated that it is impossible. Brain neurons do not start to develop until 2 to 5 months in the womb. Between theVIEW DOCUMENT
1746 words - 7 pages alcohol advertisements, the less teenagers will think to try smoking or drinking as their first
time. As there will be fewer chances for kids to try improper products like cigarette for the first
time, there will be fewer kids who become addicted to these products.
Many kids will probably say that there is nothing wrong with commercials. They may
usually think that advertisements cannot do anything about them. That is not totally true. In
fact, kids even don’t know that they are being influenced by advertisements. Kids always see
advertisements almost everywhere, and they think these commercials are just usual things
around them. According to Eric Schlosser, kids cannotVIEW DOCUMENT
1635 words - 7 pages greater focus on a task or assignment, while "stoned" or "high".Marijuana affects everyone differently. Just because marijuana has some beneficial effects on some people, that does not mean it will do the same for you. Drugs affect different people in different ways. Some people experience fear, paranoia, and/or headaches while smoking it. Obviously, if you have tried marijuana and it had a bad effect on you, then marijuana is not for you. Don't smoke it.Marijuana is the only known plant that can be grown from the equator to the Arctic Circle and to the Antarctic. From 6,000 years ago until about 125 years ago, marijuana was the number one annually renewable natural resource for 80VIEW DOCUMENT
1411 words - 6 pages and 30 by hiring lovely, lively, young student models to market their products, and increased their public relations in the form of major contributions towards education and waste reduction.Overall there are many aspects to take into consideration when determining whether ornot it was a wise investment for Procter and Gamble to enter into the Asian market. But for the most part, through diligent efforts at establishing a huge market distribution network, earning the trust of the people and the government through their focus on the country's beliefs, traditions, and welfare, as well as implementing their knowledge of Chinese customs into their advertising has turned this venture into a profitable one for Procter and Gamble. The company has great expectations for the Chinese market and hopes that it will, in the very near future, be a close second if not surpass their U.S. market. At the rate that they are going, I believe it will be even sooner than the company anticipates.VIEW DOCUMENT