• Difference Of Modernism And Post Modernism
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    Modernism and Post Modernism Have you ever wondered what the differences are between the modernism and post modernism? It seems like it would be easy to describe what they are by the words and what they are usually associated with. Yet, it's actually a lot different then your thinking. Modernism is the movement in visual arts, music, literature, and drama, which rejected the old Victorian standards of how art should be made, consumed, and what it should mean. Modernists want the absolute truth i...
  • Human Body Water Food Cell
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    The human body consists of massive amounts of different tissues and oranges, all doing different things. It's inevitable that these tissues need a large amount of energy to maintain health and to stay productive. When the body encounters a famine, it reacts to the lack of food by many different starvation endorse tactics. When the body enters into a lack of water, there is very little it can do but stop the production of urine and sweat. The human body consists a mass of eighty percent water plu...
  • Bug Report Leptospirosis Interrogans Human Bacteria
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    Bug Report My bug was the Leptospira interrogans which causes Leptospirosis. Some of the common names of this bug are Weil's Disease, Mud Fever, Fort Bragg fever, and Swamp Fever. This particular bug will manifest in the kidney and in the liver. It can in its most severe form cause kidney failure, heart failure, and shock. This bacteria, L. interrogans, multiplies inside of the organs, generally it is in the kidney, liver, CNS. L. interrogans is normally a zoonosis, and is found commonly in dog...
  • Walking And Driving Pace Person Body
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    Walking and Driving Walking is the motion of exerting energy. Driving is the usage of the foot to accelerate from the gas to the break or vice versa. How does walking compare to driving Which one of the two gives a good feeling afterwards Is there even a difference between walking and driving Walking is using the human body to move from one place to another in a certain pace. Walking takes energy. To get energy, food and water is needed in the human body system. To reach a certain destination, w...
  • Plato Human Beings
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    The great philosopher, Plato, wrote two specific dialogues; the book Timaeus and the book Critics. Plato was a professional teacher who valued intelligence immensely. Plato founded the first Philosophical Academy in Athens in the early fourth century BC. He devoted his life to philosophy and the teachings of his friend Socrates. Plato learned from Socrates and passed on his knowledge to his students. After his friend's sudden death, Plato became dissatisfied with the government in Athens. He fi...
  • Views Of The Human Art Body Man
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    Before the portrayal of the human body can be critiqued, you must understand the artist's culture. As man evolved over centuries, his views of the body also transformed. Our tour definitely showed the drastic changes in different cultures' art. Each culture and era presents very distinct characteristics. Through time and experimentation, we have expressed our views of the human body clearly with our art. Egyptians were the first people to make a large impact on the world of art. Egyptians neede...
  • Humanism And The Renaissance
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    The concept of humanism developed during the Renaissance, or "rebirth" period. Humanism and the Renaissance are an era of transition between the Middle Ages and the modern age. During the Renaissance, people became less "God Centered" and more "Human-Centered." In previous history, art was used by the church to educate the illiterate. Even if the church did not commission the artists, they often choose to depict biblical scenes in their work. During the Renaissance, however, humanism changed the...
  • The Renaissance Anf Its Impact On Society
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    The Renaissance and its Impact on Modern Society Scholarly Paper 000000 Western Civilization I Professor Dr. Katherine Nelson-Born April 1, 2003 The Renaissance 1 Abstract The Renaissance is a term that means rebirth. The renaissance marked a renewed interest in many things such as the arts but also brought about change in the areas of class structure; trade; invention and science. These changes have influenced nearly every social class and industrialized society in the modern world. This paper ...
  • Potassium Human Body
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    Potassium Potassium is a vital element in the human body. Potassium had never been distinguished between sodium until the eighteenth century. Before potassium was recognized as an element, potassium carbonate was mixed with animal fat to make soap. It was discovered by Sir Humphrey Davy in England, in 1807. Sir Davy was able to isolate potassium using electrolysis. Potassium was the first metal isolated by this procedure. Today, it is still not found free in nature. It is obtained by electrolys...
  • Humanism Artists Became More Interested With The Human
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    Humanism was a new way of thinking that came about in fourteenth century, the time of the Renaissance. Many scholars refer to it as the Spirit of the Renaissance. Humanism was a lay phenomenon that emphasized human beings as opposed to deities as well as their interests, achievements and capabilities. Humanism is derived from the Latin word humanitas, which Cicero, the noted orator of the Roman Empire, referred to as the literary culture needed by anyone who would be considered educated and civi...
  • Cadmium And Sewage Sludge
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    Cadmium and sewage sludge This essay concentrates on the heavy metal cadmium, and its occurrence in the environment, its pathways into and out of the human body and its movement into and out of Sewage sludge. Firstly, I will provide a clear definition of the Heavy Metal Cadmium. What is Cadmium? Cadmium is a naturally occurring element in the earth's crust. Pure cadmium is a soft silver-white metal, but this form is not common in the environment. Rather, cadmium is most often encountered in comb...
  • Biology The Five Major Compounds
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    Compounds That Compose the Human Body There are five major groups of compounds that compose the human body. They are carbohydrates, lipids, proteins, nucleotides, and water. These are all very important to humans and without them we would not be able to survive. They have many functions that encourage a human cell and a human body to function. Carbohydrates include sugars and starches, contain carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen which appears in a ratio of 1: 2: 1. Carbohydrates are classified accordi...
  • Quick History Of Art
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    Before the portrayal of the human body can be critiqued, you must understand the artist's culture. As man evolved over centuries, his views of the body also transformed. Our tour definitely showed the drastic changes in different cultures' art. Each culture and era presents very distinct characteristics. Through time and experimentation, we have expressed our views of the human body clearly with our art. Egyptians were the first people to make a large impact on the world of art. Egyptians neede...
  • Human Cloning Sheep Body People
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    "Those who made the atomic bomb went ahead in spite of knowing about it's terrible destruction, But this doesn't mean that it was the best choice for humanity." - Bishop Elio Sgreccia (web) The idea that one person could be reproduced to be an exact replica of another, all the way down to the genetic code, is preposterous right? Wrong. Cloning is here, it's been here and it will be here for a long time. Scientists have been trying for years to understand genetics more, and when they cloned the f...
  • Dance Concert Human Body
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    Raul Tru isilo said that the dance maker's medium is the human body. In class we have studied the different planes the human body moves in and the bones and muscles that form the human body. I believe a better knowledge of the human body, and our own bodies in particular, will enable us to move in ways that are new to our body. One of the choreographers said that when he is creating a new dance it isn't always new for the audience, but it is always new for him because his choreography is based o...
  • Nudity In The World Of Art
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    Ever since artists began creating art, they have incorporated sexual themes into their work. Ancient civilizations were replete with sexual or erotic imagery and their relationship to sex and the human body is clear. It could be said that the beginning of all art is the human figure. As children we draw it in stick form. Early Greeks and Romans established the classical standards for sculpting the human figure. When you think of the nude figure, you may think primarily of the female nude, which...
  • Spiritual Love Physical Body Human
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    Fran pez Professor Dutt English 101 October 11, 2003 The Mechanics of Love What defines love, in the traditional sense, between a man and a woman? In Bernard Malamud's short story, "The Magic Barrel," love manifests when a person finds the opposite of himself and shares a common interest with that person. Is love then inspired by self-interest, or does love have a more profound mystical meaning? Most people will agree that there exists two types of love: physical and spiritual. Physical love, wi...
  • Heart To Heart Human Artificial Body
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    With technological advances every day, the human heart and the artificial heart are beginning to bridge the gap between the artificial and the natural. These two objects are becoming very similar, yet the human heart still has many advantages over the artificial heart. The human heart still ranks superior over the artificial heart because of its structure, design, and the fact that it can be medically treated and become stronger. Primary, the human heart differs from the artificial heart because...
  • Human Body Steroids Athletes Muscular
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    Steroids have over-inflated the popular demand for conformity within the male muscle and has enhanced the fashionable yet hazardous method of enhancing one's body to correspond with the muscular and dexterous shape portrayed advocated from the media and the propaganda from extension of time. Testosterone in the male is produced mainly in the testis which a small amount being produced in the adrenal which is synthesized from cholesterol causing the regulation of its production of the stimulating ...
  • Human Body Hiv Virus Fluids
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    Aids is known and feared around the world. Due to the fact that it has no known cure and that its results are deadly, people tend to be extra cautious in protecting themselves against it. Many are ignorant and believe they are susceptible to contracting the virus through casual contact with an infected individual. This is not true however; the transmission of HIV does not exist through casual contact as it does through the transfer of bodily fluids. Located in the envelope surrounding HIV is a ...