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  • Machiavelli Like St Augustine
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    In St. Augustine's book entitled Political Writings, one could see that Christianity plays a very important role in his view of politics. His opinion on the morality or lack of morality in politics, to me makes it more evident that Christianity persuades his views. Although it seems his writings have become quite well known and admired, not everyone fully shared his beliefs. Niccolo Machiavelli, for instance, seemed to believe in a government that was not driven by morality, but more by practica...
  • Christianity Causes People To Mob
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    This paper was written by a junior in the Honors English program. Its the goddamn hardest english class at the whole school. This paper received a borderline B plus, A minus in a 5.0 class, so it counts as a 4.0 on the grading scale. This is a quality bullshit paper, and if you believe its ideas, you must be an atheist like me, do not turn this in to a Christian teacher. Not only will it offend him, he will castrate you. Fortunately, my teacher is a nice guy, but a really tough grader. Enjoy thi...
  • Good Example Of The Slave Morality
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    The Question: State your understanding of the philosophy of F. Nietzsche. What does he mean by saying 'God is Dead'? Nietzsche's philosophy is that of a radical view as it calls for the complete reevaluation of morals and blatantly attacks the Judeo-Christian tradition in modern society. He believed one should dare to become who they are. In order to ascertain one's full potential as a human being, the ethic system of which by society runs, must be changed as it only hampers one's will to power....
  • Of Hamlet's Moral Choices
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    Moral Questions in Hamlet Conscience and Responsibility Hamlet the play and Hamlet the character have always attracted the attention of critics with a strongly moral bent. This is inevitable. The play deals with crime and its punishment, with complex questions of right and wrong, moral decisions, moral responsibility for actions, questions of conscience. Critics and readers must respond accordingly. Most of the moral issues raised in Hamlet arise from the role imposed on its central character: t...
  • Equiano's Freedom
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    The Interesting Narrative of the Life of Olaudah Equiano, or Gustavus Vassa, the African" written by himself, explores the life of a native-born African in pursuit of a life, liberty and freedom in the English world. For the most part the narrative's purpose was to impress a formidable audience: influential British officials. In chapter twelve of the narrative, he put forth two impressive arguments: the first economic rationale and the second moral duty. Equiano's paramount argument petitioned C...

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