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  • Flood Prone Communities
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    Throughout earth, the life of an average person can change because of one day's events. Communities that had been established over numerous decades, can become a pile of rubble in a matter of hours and even minutes. The effect of a natural disaster can change a community forever. A natural disaster is anything that causes harm or damage from nature. Natural disasters can strike any part of the world, sometimes predicted others not ("FEMA"). The disasters that cause the most damage are: floods, h...
  • Six Types Of Specific Religious Communities
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    Religion In Our Lives Religion seems to find its way into almost every aspect of our lives. In the United States, the political mainstream describes a 'separation of church and state,' in order to separate this profound force of religion from the public lives of its citizens. Thus, the freedom to worship any religion remains a private and personal issue. However, in this imperfect world, it becomes virtually impossible to achieve this kind of separation. Some subtle examples of this can be seen ...
  • Given Legislature's Power
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    Locke on Politics, Religion, and Education- chap. 1 JOHN LOCKE ON THE EXTENT OF THE LEGISLATIVE POWER It is easy to see where the philosophy behind our country's system of government was derived from when you read any of Locke's essays on civil government. In fact if you have read our own Declaration of Independence it is possible to recognize the similarity between it and Lock's writings. In many cases it almost seems as though we took from him word for word the passages written in our nations ...
  • Competitive Nature
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    Can't We All Just Get Along? : Competition In our country, everything is run by competition. From basic family roles, to sporting events, to economic well-being. It is this competitive nature that makes us able to better ourselves, and others. Competition is the driving force that pushes one forward. However, assume our nation were cooperative in nature. What would that be like? Would it be a better place than the competitive world of today? First there must be a clear understanding of just how ...
  • Differences In Communication Styles
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    Tannen's (1990) book, You Just Don t Understand, explains heterogeneous facts about men and women's communication styles. Tannen says once these gender differences are sorted out, men and women can recognize and understand how to confront real conflicts, rather than fighting styles. When men and women learn to accept the opposite sex's conversational styles, they can learn to understand a shared language where there is symmetry and negotiation of conflicts. It is important to recognize that thes...
  • Transcendental Idealistic Community
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    Transcendentalism For the transcendentalist, the "I" transcends the corporeal and yet nature is the embodiment of the transcendence and, or, the means to achieving transcendence, which gives way to a belief that the physical "I" is at the root of all transcendence. In practical terms, the transcendentalist is occupied with the natural over the synthetic (though it is doubtful that either Kant or Emerson would have couched it in those terms) and determines value as it relates to the individual. A...

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