• Black Eyed Peas
    Here is the interpretation: "whats wrong with the world mama? people livin' like they aint got no mamas. I think the whole world is addicted to the drama." That means people are living their lives with no meaning, doing a lot of stupid things. And that they're addicted to soap operas and other crap...
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  • War Criminals
    War Criminals are still in this country just because of political unrest and corruption” ‘The flag of independent Bangladesh flies at the front side of the car of war criminals (?) of 1971..'(Manik 2008). It’s the most hatred truth now-a days like story or poetry to the Bangladeshis who got a...
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  • Shepard
    quite sure He signs stuff and he executes people Maybe that's why, he doesn't have any friend s Cocaine and a little drunk driving doesn’t matter, when your commander in chief” An insult to President George W. Bush, on the album “The War On ERRORISM”; that drew controversy, by depicting the president...
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  • Spreading American Values During Cold War Era
     Over the 1940s and 1950s, the U.S. fought both a World War and a subsequent Cold War in the name of defending and even spreading American values to the rest of the world. War (whether hot or cold) is never easy or pleasant, especially for a democracy attempting to win its conflicts without undermining...
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  • Philosophy Paper
    PHIL 341: Contemporary Moral Issues, Spring 2007 Abortion and GE (Partial) Review Questions Below are review questions for the just war theory portion of the course to help you prepare for the final exam. It is advised that you write down notes about the answers to these now, while the material...
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  • Pacifism vs Just War Theory
    Albert Einstein once said, “You cannot simultaneously prevent and prepare for war.” Although Einstein is considered one of the greatest thinkers in history, he was surely not an ethicist. Regardless, his statement of pacifism, should not be taken lightly. In passages such as “Pacifism” by Douglas P Lackey...
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  • Christian Ethics
    experience of the Second World War, the international community vowed never again to allow that to happen. Clearly those atrocities were not the only ones that we should take into consideration. The past as taught us that disregard for human rights has resulted in war, slavery and destruction, thus...
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  • Is Killing Just
    kill, is there also a just reason for war? There are three passages that correspond with this, each having a different view or opinion on whether there is a just reason to kill and two of which have opposite views and opinions on whether there is a just reason for war. “On the Rainy River,” by Tim O’Brien...
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  • Some Moral Minima
    Certain Things Simply Wrong? Aubrie Feimster SOC120 Stacy Hiles August 11, 2011 Are Certain Things Simply Wrong? In the article “Some Moral Minima” author Lenn E. Goodman expresses his views about certain situations that he feels are simply wrong. He explains the wrong in murder, terrorism,...
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  • Torture
    Torturing Prisoners in the War on Terror Is Never Justified "Torturing Prisoners in the War on Terror Is Never Justified."At Issue: How Should the United States Treat Prisoners in the War on Terror?.  Lauri S. Friedman. San Diego: Greenhaven Press, 2005. Opposing Viewpoints Resource Center. Gale...
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  • morality and ethics
    difference between moral status of humans,animals, abortions,and euthanasia? Moral standards of human beings and to know what is right and what is wrong is a topic of many philosophers around the world. What might be right for one may not be right for another. We live in a society where some think...
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  • Relativism and Morality
    Instructor John Meeks August 4, 2013 RELATIVISM AND MORALITY Lenn Goodman makes a good argument about his idea of things that are wrong. Some of the things he discusses are genocide, politically induced famine, and germ warfare; terrorism, hostage taking, and child warriors; slavery...
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  • Is There Really a Difference?
    right and wrong? I've been debating over this question for many years in my life and still haven't come up with a sensible conclusion. It sounds simple but when you actually sit down and think about the fundamentals it becomes a very difficult question to answer. The line between right and wrong starts...
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  • I had seen castles
    unlike Night by Elie Wiesel, which is nonfiction; however, it describes how World War II affected the narrator, his family and his friends. It is written from a first person point of view and the perspective of the war is seen through the eyes of an older gentleman looking back into his youth. As you...
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  • Learning Journal, Sociology
    another. It’s all about how another culture view us, or how we view them. Ethnocentrism makes us believe things people do in other cultures are wrong because we think the way we do things in our culture is correct. Kayan women stretch their necks with rings because having and elongated neck is considered...
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  • Religion Critique
    around humans since we started thinking. The reason why humans and humans only have religions is that we are the only known creature in this world that have good enough imagination to believe that there is something present that we cannot see. Wars, Scientific slowdown, barrier to disease prevention...
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  • The Problem of Evil
    not that powerful, or even that benign? Having run in circles for centuries trying to answer these questions, confused and feared that they might always have misinterpreted the Lord’s intention, the philosophers finally decided to send a representative, from now on referred to as The Philosopher, to...
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  • Pride
    coalition or friendship between two or more party’s or in some case countries. Well in this essay I will be discussing the reason why nationalism contribute to the outbreak of World War 1. But before we jump right in to that we have to understand what nationalism is. Nationalism is a belief system or political...
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  • Hazing
    am in a fraternity, almost always the first question I get asked after “Which one?” is, “Did you get hazed?” Sometime, I get the other side of it from my more dark-minded friends, “What is the worst thing you have made your pledges do?” The answer to both questions is always, “No,” or, “Nothing. We do...
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  • Realism
    Relations”?. This term could be the relations among political communities or states. But, why some of these relations ended in war and conflicts?. There are 2 concepts that try to explain why International Relations are not always as the world want to. These concepts are realism and idealism and each of them has...
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