It cannot get much more honest than that. Narrators often describe people or things in a well rounded sense, they go over details equally to present a neutral point of view but the fact that Nick describes things on first glance and speaks about the things that stick out to him shows much more honesty than someone who is trying to be neutral and shows it. It also goes back to the concept of honesty, Nick describes whatever stands out to him. That, in and of itself is an honest idea, is seems like he does not sensor what he sees, he just spills it out to us. Another example of Nick’s honesty is his attention to detail.
Paul Starita Pol Sci 201 10/26/12 Examining Justice and Education In The Apology, Socrates defends himself in a court of law after being accused of creating new deities and corrupting the youth. In this text, we find subtle opinions and explanations about the nature of justice. The Republic is a text written by Plato, where Socrates and several of his students deeply explore justice and how an ideal society might look. Especially present in The Republic, both texts have undertones of how education ought to be and why it is so important. These two texts define justice as an important virtue that every person should learn to possess through a balanced, self-discovering education.
In spite of being biased for a certain group of manufacturers, the transition from the body of the article to its end is smooth. The way Gladwell ends the article is quite impressive as the article ends with a question mark leaving it to the readers to decide. They can decide the either way, but the details provided by Gladwell would have to be considered. In conclusion, what we can say is that overall Gladwell’s article is informative, well written and well organized. The transition of the paragraphs is acceptable with topic sentences, which are well explained.
In conclusion, both Benjamin Franklin and Malcolm X did not let life get in the way of knowledge. All the struggles that came their way were over turned one page at a time! Their scholarly tales will only enhance the legacy that both men have an incredible sense of self-worth. Malcolm X and Benjamin Franklin were very articulate and wanted to achieve success and gain knowledge through reading. New eyes and ears will read their words and convey their own thoughts, helping a reader digest a new understanding to this ancient resource called a
In this selection from the autobiography of Malcolm X titled “My First Conk”, readers will find out about Malcolm X's first real step towards what he calls “self-degradation”. Although there is no exact thesis stated in the excerpt there are still clear points stated throughout the reading. When Malcolm X wrote this piece the idea was to show the reader how society can make one feel like they must change to be considered better than who and what an individual really is. It is also expressed that one's individuality can be taken away and the negative outcomes one can struggle with after that change. It is described that society can be a truly horrifying thing and the ways men and women try to fit in can be both shameful in the long
His was a more straight-forward view. Although both seem to possess logical arguments, there can be no gainsaying of the fact that they have two fundamentally different concepts about politics. The purpose of this paper is to explore the different perspectives of Socrates and Machiavelli. Socrates and Machiavelli introduce unique theories in the area of justice and politics in an attempt to influence the importance of social relationships in politics. Socrates believed in morality and ethics pertaining to politics and politics pertaining to the maintenance and purity of a person’s soul.
Bonsanti appears to be driven by basic humanity and a belief in general equality. While McDaniel’s response to the question is very specific and personally driven; he makes no reference to the basic counter argument or hardcore fact. After reading some of these authors’ other responses to other extremely controversial topics; I was able to see a pattern in their workings which support my conclusions. These authors have very different perceptions which are why I chose their articles. Bonsanti’s perception is very clear and genuinely supported by those who share a common ground.
The Autobiography is the story of Franklin’s personal transformation from an immature, self-seeking young man to a philosopher and statesman who played a major role in the founding of the United States. For his transformation consider whether Franklin trusts most strongly in the written word or in the Word. Look for uses of figurative language related to the word or Word and evaluate the relationship between the word/Word and the world, and its effect on Franklin’s transformation. Be sure to support your thesis with quotes from the text. Benjamin Franklin’s View of the word, Word, and World What is important today?
John Steinbeck made the plot interesting and the themes behind the work were truly brilliant. The book had its points were they were very descriptive but didn’t keep me interested enough. Reading through those boring parts is completely worth it though. Steinbeck makes the book easy to understand and i like that quality a lot about this book. In my opinion, I got the idea that this book was written more for the workings of the mind but at the same time Steinbeck wanted to make you feel something as you read this.
It is also virtually error-free. A "C" paper fulfills the assignment and is adequately organized. The writer communicates ideas and develops a thesis, although supporting evidence may be minimal and organization rather mechanical. The writing is not marred by habitual or serious grammatical errors. Thought and expression are competent.