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Analyse Van De Opdracht

Voorbereiding Je hebt de opdracht gekregen om een presentatie houden. De eerste stap op weg naar succesvolle presentatie is het analyseren van de opdracht. De analyse kan grofweg beginnen met het stellen van de volgende drie vragen: Wat verwacht de opdrachtgever van jou? Wat is het doel /de motivatie? Waarom heeft men jou gevraagd? Maak […]

Pages: 36 Words: 10945 Topics: Attention, Consciousness, Information

Computers Creativity Design

Are computers taking away the creativity in design? Abstract Computers are an integral part of today’s design process. They, computers represent a time and cost saving device that aids designs in rendering shapes and looking at a broader parameter of possibilities than would be possible otherwise. In looking at design, one must be aware that […]

Pages: 22 Words: 6743 Topics: Computer, Concept, Consciousness, Creativity, Design, Problem Solving, Semantics
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Modernist Fiction and the Camera-Eye.

“Style in itself is an absolute manner of seeing”: Modernist Fiction and the Camera-Eye. In 1897, Joseph Conrad began “The Nigger of Narcissus” with the declaration that, “my task which I am trying to achieve is, by the power of the written word to make you hear, to make you feel- it is, before all, […]

Pages: 21 Words: 6449 Topics: Consciousness, Film, Modernism, Narration, Perception, Reality

Nonhuman Animals

Early Modern Perspectives on the Moral Status of Nonhuman Animals: Descartes, Kant, and Bentham The trajectory of our anthropocentric thinking on the moral status of nonhuman animals has its roots in classical antiquity and has been guided along by the relatively unchallenged assumption that cognitive inferiority is a relevant measure of moral inferiority. The ancient […]

Pages: 32 Words: 9627 Topics: Categorical Imperative, Consciousness, Immanuel Kant, Morality, Reasoning, Rene Descartes, Suffering

Contemporary Styles of Preaching

Chapter Five Impact, event, and context in contemporary preaching 5.1 Mapping the commonalities. The diversity of the trends identified in the earlier review (sections 2.4 to 2.8) presents a particular challenge to the analysis of justifiable generalizations about homiletic theory and practice in the last half-century. As Edwards observes, ‘there seem to be more forms […]

Pages: 52 Words: 15563 Topics: Consciousness, Jesus Christ, Phenomenology, Research, Scientific Method, Truth

Cusco, in De Ban Van Gender?

Inleiding Alleenstaand moederschap in Cusco ‘Het leven is hard hier in Cusco, maar voor ons vrouwen is het nog harder.’ Deze woorden of woorden van gelijke strekking kwamen mij vele malen ten gehore tijdens mijn verblijf in Cusco. De stad Cusco is één van de grootste toeristische trekpleisters van Peru en telt ongeveer 300.000 geregistreerde […]

Pages: 84 Words: 25210 Topics: Catholic, Consciousness, Gender, Language, Marriage, Nuclear Family, Sex

Explore the Significance of the ‘Monster’s’ Voice in Mary Shelley’s Novel

From the novel Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein (1818) edition Chris Baldick argues that “the ‘monster’s’ most convincingly human characteristic is of course his power of speech.” Explore the significance of the ‘monster’s’ voice in Mary Shelley’s novel. Few texts have pervaded the cultural consciousness to take on the afterlife of a haunting myth, as with Mary […]

Pages: 7 Words: 2221 Topics: Consciousness, Frankenstein, Language, Mary Shelley, Narration

Perception and Consciousness

Sweats: Perception and Consciousness Barbara Bransfield Grand Canyon University General Psychology: PSY 101 March 25, 2009 Sweats: Perception and Consciousness Helena Blavatsky (1831), founder of modern Theosophy, wrote “everything in the Universe, throughout all its kingdoms, is conscious: i. e. , endowed with a consciousness of its own kind and on its own plane of […]

Pages: 3 Words: 820 Topics: Clinical Psychology, Consciousness, Hypnosis, Mental Health, Relaxation, Sleep, Substance Abuse

Consciousness & Language in George Orwell’s 1984

Newspeak is the official language of Oceania. It is the depletion of words. The Party wanted to make it impossible to commit thoughtcrimes by literally erasing all of the negative words that one would use. Oldspeak is what Winston and the proles spoke in. By 1984, most people had abandoned Oldspeak. The Party did not […]

Pages: 5 Words: 1358 Topics: 1984, Consciousness, Language

The Banking Concept of Education

Paolo Freire, a Brazilian radical educator talks about the oppression students face in the traditional method of learning, The Banking Concept of Education. According to him in this method of teaching “the contents, whether values or empirical dimensions of reality, tend, in the process of being narrated, to become lifeless and petrified. ” He accuses […]

Pages: 7 Words: 2123 Topics: Concept, Consciousness, Knowledge, Learning, Pedagogy, Question, Reality, Study, Teacher

American Romantic Psychology

Introduction During the course of our studies in college, we have to learn and use many materials in the psychology class. These materials provide us with knowledge and psychology skills that greatly help us to build our future foundations in the course. As an example of materials we use in the psychology class, this paper […]

Pages: 1 Words: 386 Topics: Consciousness, Epistemology, Metaphysics, Neuroscience, Phenomenology

Bullying and School Shootings

Bullying is Detrimental to the mind of the individual being bullied it creates that fear in the minds which paralyzes us. Fear is the most settled and destructive of all human diseases. Fear kills dreams, fear kills hope, fear put people in the hospital. Fear can hold you back from doing something that you know […]

Pages: 1 Words: 437 Topics: Bullying, Consciousness, Metaphysics, Neuroscience, Phenomenology, School Bullying, School Shooting, Self

Paulo Freire’s Social Justice Idea

Introduction Paulo Freire’s idea of learning for social justice has influenced many academic disciplines and has remained an inspiration to many across the world. This Brazilian educator has been revolutionary in his ideas of education for justice and he has left a significant mark on thinking progressive practices in education. Paulo Freire’s Pedagogy of the […]

Pages: 3 Words: 1023 Topics: Behavior Modification, Communication, Consciousness, Learning, Pedagogy, Social Justice, Teacher

Conscious Cocoon: a Social Metamorphosis

Our ancestors have inhabited this planet through times of evolutionary adaptations for the past six million years yet throughout vast changes in civilization, one harmonic factor has been deeply neglected over time- the need for coexistence and interdependence between the individual, the collective, and the environment they inhabit. The persisting and preexisting disregard for other […]

Pages: 5 Words: 1631 Topics: Consciousness, Evolution, Leadership, Metamorphosis, Natural Resources, Nature, Self, Spirituality

The Pitfalls of Propaganda

The Pitfalls of Propaganda         The human brain is usually well protected from tricks and outside influences. Over time, it has grown adept at spotting and removing outside manipulations that silently creep in. Of course, that does not apply to one of the most frightening, effective, and malignant tools of our time. Slowly slithering itself […]

Pages: 5 Words: 1522 Topics: Consciousness, Immigration, Persuasion, Propaganda, Smoking

Identity Crisis in a Racist World

Identity Crisis in a Racist World as reflected by Toni Morrison in The Bluest Eye Abstract The present paper is an attempt to study the thematic concerns of the novel The Bluest Eye by Toni Morrison. In her first novel The Bluest Eye (1970), Toni Morrison has shown thrown light on the black consciousness of […]

Pages: 4 Words: 1151 Topics: Consciousness, Double Consciousness, Racism, Self, The Bluest Eye

As i Lay Dying: how does Time Affect how Human Experience is Portrayed?

Change from past to present: “”His mind is set on taking her to Jefferson,”” Quick said. “”Then he better get at it soon as he can,”” Armstid said. Anse meets us at the door. He has shaved, but not good. There is a long cut on his jaw, and he is wearing his Sunday pants […]

Pages: 8 Words: 2458 Topics: As I Lay Dying, Consciousness, Existence, Metaphysics, Self, Time

Cognitive Psychology

Article Analysis In order to undertake the study on the role of consciousness in cognition appropriate sample size was necessary. The number of units needed for analysis in the study should have been determined by the research problem under investigation. For this study, there is no clear analysis of the sample used. It is mentioned […]

Pages: 3 Words: 806 Topics: Attention, Consciousness, Epistemology, Learning, Neuroscience, Phenomenology, Research

About Identity and Diversity

In John Locke’s “Of Identity and Diversity,” Locke makes the following claim: person X at time t2 is identical to person Y at time t1 if and only if person X at time t2 remembers what person Y at time t1 saw and did. In this paper, I will explain this claim and show how […]

Pages: 4 Words: 1190 Topics: Consciousness, Epistemology, John Locke, Memory, Metaphysics, Neuroscience, Phenomenology, Time

John Locke’s Theory of Personal Identity

He believed that you are the same person for whatever time span your memories could go back. Without analyzation the theory may appear to seem plausible, but I will dismiss this by exploiting his lacking thoughts by using Thomas Reid’s … to support my claim. Before determining what criteria would be used to answer if […]

Pages: 3 Words: 941 Topics: Consciousness, Epistemology, John Locke, Justification, Logic, Memory, Metaphysics, Neuroscience, Phenomenology, Reasoning, Truth
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