• What Is Man?
    there are not many certain truths in this world. It is there- fore in the anatomy of the mind as in that of the body; more good will accrue to mankind by attending to the large, open, and perceptible parts, than by studying too much such finer nerves and vessels, the conformations and uses of...
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  • Essay on Man
    there are 3 not many certain truths in this world. It is therefore in the anatomy of the mind as in that of the body; more good will accrue to mankind by attending to the large, open, and perceptible parts, than by studying too much such finer nerves and vessels, the conformations and uses of which...
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  • Senses Make the World Wonderful
    is a wonderful and magical feeling and world would be a better place if each of us had someone or something to love and to appreciate. The sense of humour is the ability to be amused. It appears to be an important part of human survival. The ability to laugh can dispel tension and it helps us to overcome...
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  • An Essay on the History of Civil Society
    animal. Not only the individual advances from infancy to manhood, but the species itself from rudeness to civilization. Hence the supposed departure of mankind from the state of their nature; hence our conjectures and different opinions of what man must have been in the first age of his being. The poet, the...
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  • Notes
    Narayan received many awards and honours. His writings are full of humour. In this essay he explains the advantages of headache. A blessing for Mankind: R.K. Narayan explains how headache conferred on mankind as a blessing by a benign providence and also talks about the usefulness of headache...
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  • Federal Public Service
    Existentialist Literature. vii) Economic Aid and International Development. viii) “If all mankind minus one were of one opinion, and only one person were of the contrary opinion, mankind would be no more justified in silencing mankind”. (J.S.) Mill)Discuss. ix) One today is Worth Two Tomorrows. C SS .C ...
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  • Argument Paper "Plato's Apology"
    2011 WALTER A. JENKINS JR Plato once said, “No one knows whether death, which People fear to be the greatest evil, may not be the greatest good.” Throughout the history of mankind, man has been fascinated with the mystery surrounding death. For many it is a phenomenon which is feared and...
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  • Essay, Exam
    humor. A sense of humor is the ability to understand or enjoy things that are funny or to make people laugh. Mark Twain  said “Humor is mankind's greatest blessing” and ability to laugh distinguishes us from animals. Do you think that? Vy: Well, you have a right to your opinion, but I believe that all human...
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  • Is Scientific Advancement a Boon or Bane
    return to the earth, he or she would not be able to recognize it-so tremendous, complete and fundamental has been the change. Science has benefited mankind in an unprecedented manner by its wonderful progress and development. And still the development, research, inventions and discoveries are going on...
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  • English Literature-Gullivers Travels, Jonathan Swift
    *** The eighteenth century was an age of satire. Dryden and pope immortalized themselves by their verse while Jonathan Swift was undoubtedly the greatest British satirist in prose. The political and religious controversies of the time were conducive to the promotion of satire in an age of urbanity and...
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  • work is workship
     Many are the blessings of work. All that humanity has achieved during the course of generation was a result of hard work over long period of time. Man-to-day boasts that he is the highest of all creatures, that he is the roof and crown of all created beings. He owes all his greatness to hard work,...
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  • science is a boon or bane
    advance in the various spheres of human life provides sufficient ground to be sceptical about the claim that science is an unqualified and unmixed blessing to huma¬nity. They have reason to conclude that all is not well with science and its application. Pure science is a relentless search for truth,...
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  • Work is Workship
    'Work is Worship' said Carlyle, and a greater truth was never uttered. Many are the blessings of work. All that humanity has achieved during the course of generation was a result of hard work over long period of time. Man-to-day boasts that he is the highest of all creatures, that he is the roof and...
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  • Chisti Dargah
    respect and devotion universally and known as a ‘Living Spirit” of Harmony and peace. He considered as a redeemer of human suffering and one of the greatest spirits. He has been a source of moral strength and enlightenment of spirituality. Both Hindu and Muslim are faithful and worshipers of Khwaja Saheb...
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  • Roleofprophetin Humanity
    Prophet Muhammad (peace and blessings of Allah be to him), the last and final Prophet in the chain of Prophets starting from Adam, was sent to the world to complete human character. The Holy Qur'an gives an introduction and outline of the Prophet’s character. It says: “You have been (formed) with tremendous...
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  • satire,humour and irony in the prologue to the canterbury tales
    worked on Chaucer’s use of Humour,Irony and Satire in the Prologue to the Canterbury Tales.Their names are:Jhon Miller,E.Albert,Professor Cazamian,Jhon Gower,W.H.Hudson and many others. The Free Dictionary define Humour as: The quality of being funny. Also called sense of humour the ability to appreciate...
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  • Life Is Beautiful (Film) -Speech
    his feet to turn the hard truth into a mere game. In the camp, my father would hide me from the Nazi guards, sneak me food and would always try to humour me. In an attempt to keep up me spirits, He convinced me that the camp was just a game, in which the first person to get 1,000 points wins a tank....
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  • Christians
    Christ, the Son of God, and the Savior of the world. Christians believe that Jesus was born of the Virgin Mary, died on the cross for the sins of mankind, was resurrected, and returned to Heaven. The Bible is regarded as Holy Scripture, the Word of God. Christianity is not just the aspect of who you...
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  • Faustus Sins
    Faustus and Seven Sins Dr Faustus is a short play written by Christopher Marlowe. The play is a masterful insight into the paradoxical soul of mankind and its ironically self inflicted corruption. The play could be classification as a theological allegory. It can be assumed that the play specifically...
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  • Clive Ponting
    history of mankind, the rise and fall of the great civilization. I am very curious to study the various reasons that led to the fall of these mighty empires that was once considered to be invincible. I would like to relate the past nature played in their fall. A study of the acts of mankind on nature...
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