• Can Utopia Be Obtained In A Capitalist Society
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    In a capitalist society can utopia really be obtained? I really don't think so; because if utopia is defined as a place of ideal perfection especially in laws, government, and social conditions, then a place where everything is perfect for everyone is not likely. Perfection, I believe, cannot be obtained in a capitalist society because of competition. Competition can help society in many areas, such as improving technology, forcing individuals to work harder, and making more money for the overal...
  • Regular Verb Verbs Perfect Past
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    A verb is an action or state of being. Verbs are much more complicated than this. Within the verb there is verb agreement, irregularity, and agreement. To be a successful writer a person must master these conceptions. A verb tense is the classification of a verb into multiple different time settings. These different time settings, "tenses" as stated previously, are appropriately named according to their respective times. For example, verbs that refer to action done in the past are past tense. T...
  • Ing Smth Gerund Perfect Indefinite
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    . -01-2... 2004 TOC o "1-2" h z I. II. III. The Infinitive IV. The Gerund. VI. VII. PAGE REF Toc 9125165, , , ( ), ... , , , , . : , , Verbid's, - Verbals, -. , . , , . , : , I. - (), (to run, to read, to speak), , (to love, to know, to see, to be, to belong, to redden)... , , . () Participle Infinitive. : . : , -an Drin can -, be ran - () -e nne. Drincenne, beren ne, , to He com to drincenne -, ... to to To drink, to bear, to speak etc. , , , . -inge (dying e), -inde -inge, , , . -inge, -in...
  • Investing In Perfect Pizza Or Dreaming Donuts
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    The first thing that stands out is that there is limited funds with which to set-up one of these franchises. Although on paper it looks as though there would be enough money to invest in either Perfect Pizza has a very high initial investment cost. The ready cash requirement is 5 times that need in the dreaming donuts estimates. The key word is that these are estimates these figures will not be set in stone. The main reason for new businesses failing in the UK is not because they are not profita...
  • Perfection For An Imperfect World
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    Perfection For an Imperfect World Perfection is an objective that has never and will never be accomplished in this world. God made man with the ability to make his own decisions; unfortunately this also meant man could sin. This factor proves that while man is still on this earth, perfection is a hopeless goal. But despite this cold hard truth, mankind still struggles to find perfection in their life. If one looks in the nature of man, it is easy to see that they try to achieve perfection in the...
  • Perfect Storm Vs The Wreck Of The Hesperus
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    I believe that The Perfect Storm is a better that "The Wreck of the Hesperus", because the action was more intense, the writer explained the characters more, and the story was longer. A strength of "The Wreck of the Hesperus" is that the poem had good form. Another strength is that it was short. A strength of the poem is that is was pretty suspenseful, but not as suspenseful as The Perfect Storm. A weakness of "The Wreck of the Hesperus" was that the poem was a little hard to understand because...
  • Brave New World Perfect Utopia Bernard
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    By: Anonymous Brave New World George Santayana once said, "Ideal society is a drama enacted exclusively in the imagination." In life, there is no such thing as a "complete utopia", although that is what many people try to achieve. Aldous Huxley's Brave New World is an attempt at a utopian society. In this brave new world, mothers and fathers and family are non-existent. Besides being non-existent, when words of that sort are mentioned, ears are covered and faces of disgust are made. In a report...
  • Barbie Doll Title Perfect Woman
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    this is a piece of crap. all i want to do is find a freaking paper on a poem. Barbie Doll " Barbie Doll" is the title that women in today's society try to live up to. It is also the title of Marge Piercy's poem. The title is perfect for the poem because it is about a woman's quest to become perfect like a Barbie doll. Her quest kills her, but ultimately she gets her wish. 1. "Barbie Doll" isn't just the title for Marge Piercy's poem it's also the title for women in society today... 2. The title...
  • Plato And The Forms
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    Plato's notion of the Forms vs. the physical realm is quite and interesting topic. I believe something very similar to what Plato thinks about the Forms and our physical reality. Plato says that there is nothing that is perfect in this reality that we live in. And the Forms are the perfect ideals or thoughts that we are striving to achieve throughout our lives. Plato says it is impossible to reach the Forms in our current reality and that it is only possible to achieve perfect knowledge and trut...
  • A Perfect God Man Imperfect Created
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    I believe in an all mighty, all knowing creator. It is easiest to comprehend this being as a man or other human like form, but I do not believe this to be the case. God is perfect. God is perfect because he created perfection. This leaves only two options; 1. Everything is perfect because God created it. 2. Every thing is imperfect in comparison to God. Man is far from perfect, and is in fact the most imperfect being in Gods kingdom. Man is the only living creature capable of intentional sin, ...
  • Descartes Third Meditation Existence Of God
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    Meditation III In Descartes Third Meditation, he establishes arguments to prove the existence of God. Descartes believes in "Cogito Ergo Sum" this means I think therefore I am. The "I" in this sentence means the soul. Descartes believes the existence of the mind is better known than the existence of the body. If my soul thinks then I exist. The Cogito proves the existence of self or the mind; this is not the same for the theory of God. Descartes has two arguments in the Third meditation. The ar...
  • The Perfect Gesture North Kmiec Park
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    The Perfect Gesture. The perfect form football tackle, that is the perfect gesture. The person that made this gesture was Gary Kmiec. I witnessed this event for the first time, Labor Day, at the junior varsity football game against North Park College. The day was hot and humid, like a regular Chicago summer. The North Park Viking's field was hardly appealing to the eye. The field was one of those contraptions of a baseball / football field combination. It was the third quarter of a very intense...
  • Perfect Pitch Musicians Brain Ability
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    Perfect Pitch Perfect Pitch is the ability to identify any musical note without comparison to a reference note, and is a talent displayed in a small amount of people. What causes it is a question which has attracted a lot of attention lately. Scientists are asking them selves if it is a learned ability or are we given this unique talent through our genes. MRI scans in test have shown an enlarged portion of the brain present in individuals gifted the ability of perfect pitch. Scientists have been...
  • John Wesley Perfect Christ
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    John Wesley: Christan Perfection Perfection is what some people, and not necessarily just Christian people, strive for all their lives. I believe, along with Wesley, that a Christian can live a perfect life, but it does not happen right at salvation but that it is a continual work. I believe the order of a Christian's walk is salvation, justification (sanctification), the Baptism of the Holy Spirit, and then perfection. I plan to prove that Christians can live a perfect life and that it can be a...
  • Perfect World People War Money
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    Could It Happen Martin Luther King s speech, I Have a Dream, is regarded as on of the most important and influential speeches ever. It caused people to see the injustices of society in the 1960 s. I Have a Dream also caused everyone to think about a better world, where everyone is equal. King s speech brought about an idea of a perfect world to millions of people. In order to have a perfect world, almost everything would have to be changed. Life as it has always been known would cease to exist. ...
  • Present Perfect Habban Past Iii
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  • Perfection Equals Death The Birthmark
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    In Nathaniel Hawthorne's "The Birthmark," with perfections comes death. Imperfection is always a downfall. Everyone tries to be perfect when, in reality, no one can be perfect. Everyone tries to be perfect and usually when we try to be perfect, we end up making things worse. It does not matter if we think we have something perfect it will not last for long because as humans we are not perfect. As in the story Aylmer tries to make Georgiana perfect and once he has made her perfect, in his eyes', ...
  • Time Period Family Perfect Husband
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    In the play, A Doll? s House, by Ibsen, a standard of behavior was not followed. The main character, Nora shocks the readers with her behavior. She does not behave as she is expected to during that time period. Her and her family must face consequences, which effect the overall work. Nora acts badly when she defies her husband by lying to him and sneaking around his back. She puts aside the morals she is expected to follow so she can hide the wrong she has already committed. Nora then realizes ...
  • An Ideal Society Anan
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    An Ideal Society There is no real way to describe an ideal society many authors have tried to write what they believe it might be like, but by the end of every story the perfect society all most always fails. The only real way we could have a perfect society is if the people who made up the society were perfect. Now if everyone was perfect we would eliminate diversity and by eliminating diversity we take away one of the main keys that makes a society work. We would be unable to assign a leader b...
  • Perfect Virtue Happiness Aristotle One
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    Aristotle: Highest End To All Things Is Aristotle: Highest End To All Things Is Happiness Aristotle argues things people do aims at some end or end. The highest end to all of these things is attaining happiness. I maintain that it is impossible for a human being to be happy according to Aristotle's definition due to the fact that he sets strict conditions of perfect virtue thus happiness. Aristotle suggests that happiness is not a state, but rather we count happiness as an activity. He argues t...