This I Believe Case Study Outline

I believe that looking at things from a different perspective can beautify the ordinary. I believe that everyone is on Earth for a reason. Whether it is to change the world or sit on the sidelines, there’s a reason. I have seen this through both my photography and my personal experience. Working with special needs people and noticing my style of photography have led me to thi...
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Night; A Day In The Life of Ivan Denisovich by Elie Wisel; Alexander Solzhenstyn

In the novels, Night by Elie Wiesel and A Day In The Life of Ivan Denisovich by Alexander Solzhenistyn, avoidance and dehumanization are relevant motifs. However, those who choose to avoid the situation at hand most commonly become victims of dehumanization rather than upright rebels. Submission to dehumanization is ignorance in the film “Life Is Beautiful,” this type of avoi...
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A Review of A Good Man is Hard to Find

The short story, “A Good Man is Hard to Find” written by Flannery O’Connor, is about a southern family from going on a road trip to Tennessee to see the grandmother’s old house that she used to visit as a child. On the way there, they stop at a diner called “The Tavern” where the grandmother recieves information about a killer on the loose called “The Misfit”. On the way to t...
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The Value of Life

“What says the law? You will not kill. How does it say it? By killing!” The death penalty has been a controversial topic since it was first installed in the eighteenth century B.C, and is still one of the most prevalent issues in modern America. Victor Hugo, author of Les Miserables, identifies the irony behind the inhumane practice of the government taking their...
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The Original Football

The Origins of Football The most popular sport in the world is football. This sport has been around for nearly 4,500 years. Many people play the game but do not know the origin of the sport which is otherwise known as soccer. Many countries such as: Rome, Egypt, and China claim to have come up with the game. Who do think created this world known sport?(“Who Invented Football...
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Are We Responsible For The Lives Of Others

In his article “The Singer Solution to World Poverty,” Peter Singers view on world poverty is seen simple in his eyes, but through the eyes of the readers his logic seems unrealistic. This is supported by Lichtenberg’s argument against Singer through examples of impossible logical reasoning, whereas Arneson uses philosophical reasoning. Even though his solution to...
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A CRISPR-Cas9 Monograph: the potency of targeted genome modulation in vivo

Preface In recent years, with the rise of numerous genetic disorders and autoimmune diseases, researchers have pioneered the CRISPR-Cas9 system as an economical, convenient, and scalable gene therapy treatment. Originally modeled, or identified, in Haloferax mediterranei by Francisco Mojica PhD., at University of Alicante in 1992, the CRISPR-Cas9 is effectively able to mod...
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Medical Marijuana

Marijuana has become a taboo for many people in the United States; this view of marijuana is common but also very new according to a pro medical marijuana article, (update: marijuana). This “taboo” was once widely used as a medical drug by many civilizations. Marijuana is illegal to use recreationally in the United States, but what needs to be discussed throughout the governm...
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Decoding Autism

When Kenny goes to the grocery store it is daily struggle. His senses are out of order. He hears the carts creak, the soft echo of the music in the background, babies are crying. The teen behind him has not figured out deodorant has been invented. Bleach has been spilled a couple aisles down and is being moped up. By this time Kenny feels like he needs to throw up. Kenny like...
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A Critique of Ralph Waldo Emerson's Self-Reliance

Self-reliance, as put forth by Ralph Waldo Emerson, might seem like an ideal way of forming a utopia. However, Emerson’s advice is not at all practical for a fallen world and is indeed dangerous to fallible man. It is only when man is reliant on something much bigger than himself- namely, God as revealed to man through the Catholic Church – that he can be confide...
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