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  • Love In Spirit And Truth
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    What does St. Augustine have to say to post-modern culture I think that the most vital aspect in Augustine's Confessions, more specifically his books "Student at Carthage" and "The birth-pangs of Conversion", is the concept of True Love. Augustine tells us that love is paradoxically balanced between reason and passion, as both reason and passion can be both good and evil at some time or another. So it is not necessarily an equilibrium. The whole idea that love has to be right or wrong, hot or co...
  • Role Of Truth In Satyagraha Gandhi
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    The Role of Truth in Satyagraha Gandhi developed a method of direct social action based upon principles of courage, nonviolence, and truth. This policy of nonviolent resistance and the search for this truth, is called satyagraha. Truth is soul or spirit; it is a major component in satyagraha. Without truth the entire method of satyagraha will fall apart and therefore, become ineffective. Where there is no truth, there can be no true knowledge, and where there is true knowledge, there is always h...
  • Beginning Of Bone's Confusion About Love
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    The Crying of Lot 49 In a story as confusing and ambiguous as Thomas Pynchon's The Crying of Lot 49, it is difficult to connect any aspect of the book to a piece of modern culture. However, Oedipa's quest, her search for the truth, and the paranoia therein, are inherent in the plots of today's most-watched television and movies. Though many themes from the story can be tied to modern culture, perhaps the most prominent is the theme of a quest for truth. Oedipa's quest is best represented via a p...
  • Cyrano Feigns The Love Letters For Christian
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    Cyrano's Inevitable Destiny Who should take the blame for this tragedy? In Edmond Rostand's Cyrano de Bergerac, Cyrano is portrayed as a valiant hero who exhibits humorous intelligence as well as great generosity. However, if we examine the play more carefully, we would find that Cyrano is personally responsible for his downfall; his constant aspiration for perfection and excessive deception eventually leads to his death. Such ornery behavior is exhibited when he adamantly insists on being himse...
  • Love And Truth
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    Loving in Truth: Creating a Society of Living in Harmony in the 21st Century In the course of one's existence, one is constantly striving to achieve the pinnacle of their abilities, a certain excellence within themselves, and a balance between themselves and their society. Unfortunately, as we near the end of the millennium, society is failing to provide us with the appropriate means in order to realize that goal. So as we prepare for the next century, we must recognize that there are many probl...
  • Love And Peace From Our Religions
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    Name: Prav in Prathapan Student Id: 31361 Assignment-Essay 3- Religion-Why do we Believe Job Due: 3rd March 1999 God sees without eyes, feels without a skin, tastes without a tongue, grasps without hands, walks without feet, flies without wings, smells without a nose and thinks without a mind. He has no beginning and no end. He is everywhere. He is the support of everything in all the worlds. He is wisdom, power, beauty, bliss, mercy, fame and renunciation and every other good quality imaginable...

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