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The Truth of Machiavelli's The Prince
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Machiavelli's representation of truth in The Prince is rooted in a cynical view of political and personal power. He uses the tactics of confusion and misrepresentation to advance his concept of the ideal state. Machiavelli combined the traditional, or classical, and Christian thought that was prevalent in philosophical circles of his day for the purposes of presenting his concept of power. This 5 page paper examines the concept of power, truth and imagination from Machiavelli's viewpoint in The Prince. No additional sources are cited.
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Theories of History/Marx and Comte
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A 5 page research paper that contrasts and compares the theories that Marx and Comte developed regarding history. The writer argues that these theories were radically different because each looked at a different aspect of human development across history. Marx's theories concerning history dealt with the economic connection between society and the means of production. Comte's theories, on the other hand, dealt more with the way in which a society perceives reality. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
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War is Inevitable
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A 14 page paper which addresses the inevitability of war. The first portion of the paper is examined using Thomas Hobbes' work 'Of the First and Second Natural Laws, and of Contracts.' The inherent nature of man is to protect himself at all costs. This is our way of surviving. We have not gotten this far in the evolutionary chain by giving in to the controls of others. Even those of us who do not wish to fight, will do so when directly threatened, or when our families are directly threatened. While we might like to imagine a world where there is no such thing as war, the realities of our species and of life itself, prove otherwise. The second portion of the paper discusses the inevitability of war based on Hobbes' theory of government, which is essentially just a larger group of people with the same need to protect. This section details portions of the works titled 'Of the Natural Condition of Mankind As Concerning their Felicity and Misery' and 'The Elements of Law Natural and Political.' In the third section all of the theories are essentially summed up in relationship to Hobbes' theories involving teh inevitablity of war. No additional sources cited.
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The Human Condition by Arendt
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16 pages in length. Considers the views of Locke, Smith and Marx and looks at liberalism, capitalism as well as fascism. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
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Historical Materialism and the Hegelian Dialect
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This 5 page paper compares and contrasts Marx and Hegel's theories. The primary focus is on Marx's historical materialism and Hegel's dialect on absolute idealism. Their views on Christianity are also noted. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
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Karl Marx / The Man and His Theories
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This 4 page paper explores the life of Karl Marx and discusses his theories critically. Concepts included are alienation, class struggle and historical materialism. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
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Karl Marx: Freedom, Science And Class Struggle
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A 6 page research paper on selected theories of the philosopher Karl Marx. Marx's theories on the freedom within society, the role of science in philosophy and the classic struggle of the working class are presented. The paper concludes with an overview of Marxist philosophy. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
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Marx, Darwin And Change
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A 5 page paper discussing the opinions of Marx and Darwin in regards to change. They each offer different perspectives of the elements of change in relationship to history, why things change, and the necessity of progress. The works used in discussing these issues are 'The Poverty of Philosophy,' by Karl Marx and 'Descent of Man,' by Charles Darwin. No additional sources cited.
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Marx, Habermas, & Smith/A Discussion
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A 10 page research paper that takes the rather unique perspective of dramatizing a discussion between Karl Marx, Dorothy Smith and Jurgen Habermas. The topic for discussion at this imaginary roundtable is issue of sexual harassment in the armed forces. The writer speculates on how such a discussion might progress. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
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Marxism and Communist Russia
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This 7 page paper compares Marxism with ideology that built communist Russia. The paper highlights differences between the two. Bibliography 4 lists sources.
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Hegel's Sense Certainty
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5 pages in length. True knowledge – or the Absolute – is what Hegel aspired to grasp through consciousness. His desire to achieve such an all-encompassing objective was meant to start at the beginning with the very basic of all knowledge – sense knowledge – and escalate directly to the top to absolute knowledge. Step one in his groundbreaking compilation of scientific thought was that of sense certainty, a concept that was thoroughly developed in 'Phenomenology of Spirit.' The writer discusses how Hegel's attempt to define the notion of absolute knowledge led him down a path of discovery that postulated the very essence of being, inasmuch as the philosopher carefully contemplated the various avenues one must travel as a means by which to reach the state of absolute knowledge. No additional sources cited.
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Should The State Be Neutral Between Competing Conceptions Of The Good?
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This 5 page paper considers this question looking at the different concepts of good and how these may be interpreted by the states as well as the advantages that a neutral perspective may bring. The bibliography cites 9 sources.
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The Nature Of Self-Awareness / Achieving Wholeness
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15 pages in length. Historical literature encompasses a great number of existential elements that directly relate to existence; indeed, it is not merely a compilation of dates and events, but rather it is also an exploration of humanity's spiritual side. Such is the case with Hermann Hesse's 'Demian,' Franz Kafka's 'The Trial' and Thomas Mann's 'Death In Venice,' inasmuch as all three literary masterpieces share the common denominator of self-awareness and achieving wholeness. No additional sources cited.
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Franz Kafka's Metamorphosis: A Philosophical View
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This 7 page paper considers the era in which Kafka's novel was written and how the work reflects this period in time. This paper also considers why Kafka chose the particular structure and language of the work relative to the progression of existential thinking. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
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Rousseau and Burke on Property
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Edmund Burke and Jean Jacques Rousseau were contemporaries during the period of the French revolution who were on opposite sides of the philosophical battleground concerning the system of titled property that had been at the foundation of the revolt. Burke favored monarchy and defended established religion. His belief in property was based on the assumption that perpetuating property through the aristocratic families was the best way to perpetuate society. Rousseau was not a much an advocate of the Revolution as a believer that the individual had inalienable rights that entitled him to acquire property through personal endeavor, and that the inherent compassion of human nature would serve to regulate the evils thought, by Burke, to gain ascendancy if the current system should fall. This 7 page paper examines the positions each man took on the issue of property. Rousseau's position can be found within his Discourse On The Origins Of Inequality, while Burke presents his argument in his Reflections On The Revolution In France. No additional sources are listed.
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