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Category :: Humanities Articles Author :: Lance Winslow 
 
 Article Title :: Stopping Green Peace Once and For All
 
Those little sneaky bastards said a cop in Ireland recently; he was talking about Green Peace and their persnickety prank. Some say that Green Peace lays on the far fringe of the far-left environmental movement.They are right Green Peace is a pain in the ass they must be stopped from their dastardly deeds as they are “Heathens and Scoundrels in the midst” said a farmer who as clearing some trees for some more acreage to farm. Additionally he said that all people who call themselves Environmental Activists must stand together and reprimand the Green Peace Group and the eco-terrorist fringe group, which often intimidates, threatens, slanders and uses extortion techniques to shut   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Humanities Articles Author :: Mary Arnold 
 
 Article Title :: Conflict Between Reason and Custom in Shakespeare's Hamlet, Part One
 
The presence of the ghost in Shakespeare's Hamlet serves as a manifestation of ingrained custom in Denmark. As such, the Ghost, Hamlet's father, is a contrast to Hamlet the son, the man of reason, who is the essence of modernity. The Ghost endeavors to reconnect Hamlet to the social codes of conduct that Hamlet has disregarded in the name of reason. The primary code of conduct that has been neglected is revenge for the Ghost's murder, which it is Hamlet's expected duty to undertake. The conflict between the custom of revenge and the reason of the modern world manifests itself in how Hamlet alternates between sanity (reason) and madness (adherence to custom).The manner of how  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Humanities Articles Author :: Mary Arnold 
 
 Article Title :: Conflict Between Reason and Custom in Shakespeare's Hamlet, Part Two
 
The King's reaction to the play convinces Hamlet of the truth of what the Ghost related to him, "O, good Horatio, I'll take the ghost's word for a thousand pound" (Ham.3.2.280-281). Hamlet is happy and excited to have evidence of the King's guilt, which almost leads him to killing Claudius directly after the play when Hamlet comes across him unexpectedly. But, once again, Hamlet is impeded by his reason. Hamlet determines that killing Claudius while in prayer would be "hire and salary", not "revenge" (Ham.3.3.79). Therefore Hamlet decides to wait until he can catch Claudius in an act which would have "no relish of salvation in't" (Ham.3.3.92).Hamlet gets this chance, or so he belie  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Humanities Articles Author :: Katie Criss 
 
 Article Title :: American Red Cross Measles Initiative
 
In 1862, a book published by Jean Henri Duhant, titled Un Souvenir de Solferino, ended with this plea…“Would it not be possible to found and organize in all civilized countries permanent societies of volunteers who in time of war would give help to the wounded without regard to their nationality?”This idea won favorable response and on October 18, 1863, delegates form sixteen nations and several charitable organizations met in Geneva to discuss Duhant’s idea. This conference laid the groundwork for the Red Cross movement. It took the United States 18 years to recognize this Red Cross movement. Eventually they did though, and since then the Red Cross has grown and exp  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Humanities Articles Author :: Mary Arnold 
 
 Article Title :: Robinson Crusoe and the Middle Station of Life
 
The final state of Crusoe's plantation and the island can be reconciled to what Crusoe has learned about religion and value during his stay on the island. Some of the lessons Crusoe learns are the wisdom of his father in admonishing Crusoe to be content with the "middle State", the importance of trade to the value of a product, the sinfulness of wastefulness, and the acknowledgement of God's providence and design for all things on earth. Crusoe applies these lessons learned on the island after his return to Europe.The first of these lessons Crusoe learns, which his father tried to teach him, is the security and contentment that comes from being in the middle state of life. Crusoe's  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Humanities Articles Author :: Tsahai H. London Sandrock 
 
 Article Title :: NAAPID Then What? Powerful Parent Strategies for Closing the Black/White Student Achievement Gap
 
Most people have never even heard of it, many educators have still to learn of it, yet it is a day that many schools observed this year on February 13, across the nation. An unusual flurry of eager parents took their children to school, visited their classes, enjoyed private or sponsored luncheons with them and listened to special speakers. Organizers encouraged school districts to make concerted efforts to render the day particularly parent friendly. NAAPID (National African American Parent Involvement Day) celebrating its eleventh anniversary this year is the brain child of Joseph Dulin, an insightful Ann Arbor Michigan principal who decided to concretize his Million Man March pledge  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Humanities Articles Author :: Tsahai H. London Sandrock 
 
 Article Title :: Moving African American Students Past Stuck Point
 
What causes disproportionate numbers of minority students to become stuck and refrain from taking a seat at the table of opportunity granted them by schools? Dr.John Ogbu, noted scholar, after an extensive survey-based research, shed some light on the working-class, minority, and female youth resistance to school (Ogbu, 1991,1994). Ogbu observed a notable disparity in the school performance of students belonging to different minority groups. He noted a distinct relationship between the level of student performance and the prevailing ideology relating to achievement, also a definite discontinuity between the students’ home and school cultures. He claimed that African American youths   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Humanities Articles Author :: Richard Pettinger 
 
 Article Title :: Life of Gertrude Bell
 
Short Biography Gertrude Bell (1868- 1926)Original article at: http://www.writespirit.net/authors/gertrude_bellBorn in County Durham on July 14th 1868 to a family of great prosperity, Gertrude Bell was the daughter of the great Industrialist, Isaac Lowthian Bell. This wealth was later used to finance Gertrude’s later travels around the world. At the age of 16 Gertrude went down to Lady Margaret Hall, Oxford where she became the first woman to achieve a first in History, after only 2 years of study. Thereafter she travelled to countries such as Iran, Mesopotamia, Jerusalem and Switzerland. She developed a passion for archaeology and mountaineering in the French Alps, (she b  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Humanities Articles Author :: Mary Arnold 
 
 Article Title :: Individualism and the Divided Soul
 
The concept of individualism has been a major component of modern thought since its inception. Individualism asserts that people are "one and indivisible" (Kundera 21). The problem with individualism arises when one is restrained from doing what one would like to do. This prohibition results in the soul becoming divided against itself. Sigmund Freud in Civilization and Its Discontents and Friedrich Nietzsche in On the Genealogy of Morals both discuss their perspectives on the origins of the divided soul. In his novel, Milan Kundera offers a comment on individualism, using the ideas of Freud and Nietzsche, in his characterization of Ludvik Jahn as a divided soul.Freud   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Humanities Articles Author :: Theodore Sares 
 
 Article Title :: Memories of Reagan
 
Recently a disproportionate number of columns and letters have appeared in this paper bashing Ronald Reagan. His funeral was even the subject of insults on a program aired by Valley Vision. That said, here are my feelings about this man that may provide some rational balance. I am proud to share them.Clearly, a lot of bad things happened under Reagan's administration (he may not even have been aware of some of them at the end of his second term), but at least one very essential thing he did was to give the country badly needed pride. By micro managing and failing to see the big picture, Jimmy Carter (for whom I voted) had left things in a terrible mess, particularly the economy. I   (read full article)
 
 
 
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