Storytelling as Artifice
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...artifice From time immemorial art has been used as the most appropriate tool of guiding the society in terms of moral standing and the other co-operating concepts of the community. Art provides the most soft and attractive way of expressing the ideas of an individual or a group to members of the society with an aim of correcting or complementing. Artistic works therefore requires in depth creativity since it focuses on human being who is a social being and need to be given sober approach in the effort to pass a message. It is worth to note that there is a difference between art and artifice in the literary works (Hamilton, Geoff, and Brian Jones, 42-4). Whereas art is an umbrella... ? Story telling as...
Diegesis and the Artifice of Storytelling in Forrest Gump and Hairspray
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...Artifice of Storytelling in Forest Gump and Hairspray To some degree one is alwaysaware that one is watching a constructed story when viewing a film – there are constant reminds from the most subtle (a character who is just a little bit too clever, or dialogue that may not be how people would really talk) to the more obvious (viewing the margin of the screen, characters or objects being larger or smaller on screen than they would really be and so on). In recent years film makers, especially of large-budget, popular movies, have attempted to remove the division between the audience and the screen using a variety of techniques – from the days of changing movies... Prof’s 998 Words Diegesis and the...
Transition from Stage to Screen: Advantages and Disadvantages of Artifice and Realism
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...Artifice and Realism Artifice and realism are two common approaches widely used by film-makers who adapt stories from stage to screen. There are two sides of the coin, so to say, in employing these popular approaches: the advantage and the disadvantage. And these two sides, the good and the not so good, are more pronounced in the movies directed by Stanley Donen and Gene Kelly and Fred Zinnemann: 1955 Oklahoma! and 1949 On the Town. This paper discusses the advantages and the disadvantages of the artifice and realism approaches in the two films mentioned above. In Zinnemann’s Oklahoma!, realism is remarkably apparent. From stage... ?Transition from Stage to Screen: Advantages and Disadvantages of...
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...Artifice and signature. In addition, I would conclude the letter by restating the topic and emphasizing on ethical advantages of joining corporate responsibility officer association. The aforementioned essentials are imperious in maintaining professionalism and avoidance of questions regarding potential mistakes (Anderson 625). I would also ensure that I always restate theme of the proposal letter throughout the essay. Repetition of fundamental points in a proposal letter is essential in reminding readers and audience of its... Assignment 5 Majority of persuasive proposals have intrinsic appealing appearance through proper format and writing language. Therefore, I would format the paper in accordance...
Argument
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...Artifice by Marge Piercy The qualities that make the poem memorable include the use of the bonsai tree as a metaphor for women, the tone of the poem by naming the title of the poem, A Work of Artifice, the use of deception to persuade the tree that its capability for development has been predestined and cannot be surpassed, absence of a specified rhyme scheme to give the poem additional seriousness and meaning, use of phrases, for example, “small and cozy”, to depict women, and use of imagery to convey the message without precisely highlighting the theme of the poem. Introduction Restraint of members of the female population has been evident in almost if not all communities. Harm produced... A Work of...
"Scenes from the life of St. John the Baptist" by Bartolommeo di Giovianni
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...artifice of the theatre painstakingly clear from the transition from an Italian tiled floor to a backdrop painting of grasslands, as well as the depiction of a character on the far left of the painting not standing in front of the backdrop. The illusion of reality is further simultaneously created and broken by the use of perspective in the painting. The perspective used on the floor is inconsistent with the one used in the backdrop, giving the impression that the backdrop is flat and two dimensional while the stage is three dimensional with a great deal of depth, which is what one would experience viewing a stage with a painted backdrop... ? Bartolommeo Giovanni’s Scenes from the Life of St. John the...
Installation art of Olafur Eliasson
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...artifice in Eliasson’s installation art II. Purpose in Eliasson’s installation art 1. The Weather Project in London’s Turbine Hall 2. The purpose of the installation is to create an artifice of the sun, allowing visitors to “engage” closely with nature. III. Scale in Eliasson’s installation art 1. The New York Waterfalls at the New York harbor 2. Created the project to allow people in the city to experience and appreciate their relationship with nature of immense nature. IV. Balance between nature and artifice in Eliasson’s installation art 1. The Infinite Staircase in Munich, Germany. 2... OLAFUR ELIASSON’S INSTALLATION ART I. Introduction Art allows artists the freedom to exercise with just any...
Argument
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...Artifice by Marge Piercy The qualities that make the poem memorable include the use of the bonsai tree as ametaphor for women, the tone of the poem by naming the title of the poem, A Work of Artifice, the use of deception to persuade the tree that its capability for development has been predestined and cannot be surpassed, absence of a specified rhyme scheme to give the poem additional seriousness and meaning, use of phrases, for example, “small and cozy”, to depict women, and use of imagery to convey the message without precisely highlighting the theme of the poem. Introduction Restraint of members of the female population has been evident in almost if not all communities. Harm produced... A Work of...
Love is a theme long explored by poets whether it is love won or lost, unrequited love, erotic love or familial love. Show how poets work within this classic theme in at least two poems.
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...artifice takes time and energy to create, and thus makes its creator seem in control of their faculties and at the peak of their art. This, however, jars somewhat with aspects of the poem that make the pain of death seem immediate to the speaker. Firstly, the speaker uses phrases like “The stars are not wanted now” (emphasis mine) which create immediacy and make... Love poetry is one of the oldest and most used forms of verse, from Homer to Shakespeare, love has always been a central interest to the literarily-inclined. These poems take a wide variety of forms and features, and even subject matter, some focusing on the beauty of youthful love, the epic qualities of heroic love, or the quiet love...
Postmodernism and Symbolism
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...artifice of literature, and the second is symbolic, to represent the delicacy and fragility of life. One of the most important roles of blue and ivory in the text is to draw the work together. Slaughterhouse-Five is, in many important ways, a work of metafiction, and the reader is expected to connect to and recognize the artifice of the literature, starting from the long form of the title, which recognizes the author and the artificial nature of his fiction. In this context, blue and ivory serves as a reminder to the reader... Prof’s Colour as a Connective Motif and Representation of Frailness and Weakness of Life. Color can be one of the most communicative aspects of writing. In our society we...
Assignment: Warhols Race Riot
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...artifice movements in and around America at that time. Warhol’s “Race Riot” is not just a mundane summation of its materials used. It transcends all the barriers of materialistic purview... Warhol’s: Race Riot In the year 1964, Andy Warhol, the famous American artist, made an iconic and land-marking silkscreen painting bearing a “Race Riot”, with an interesting backdrop. In the year 1963, a preparation for an exhibition was taking place where Warhol was actively going to participate, at Sonnabend Gallery in Paris. Moved by the anxiety of mass-consumerism at his first exhibition at limelight, Warhol selected a theme quite morbid in nature. The theme of the exhibition chosen by Warhol was known by the...
CRITIQUE of 1 out of 4 FILMS
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...artifice of gender roles by showing precisely that these roles are performances rather than... Submitted Main Characters • Ned Kynaston – a sexually-confused, effeminate theater actor who excelled at portraying female roles, especially ‘Desdemona’ in Othello. • Maria (Margaret) Hughes – Kynaston’s former dresser who later became the first actress to play female roles on stage. She cared deeply for Kynaston. • George, Duke of Buckingham – Kynaston’s lover at the height of his acting career • King Charles II – allowed women to portray female roles and prohibited men from playing female roles through a proclamation Synopsis of the Plot Kynaston is a theater actor who is adored by women and men alike for his...
Architecture and Communication
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...Artifice). II. Style of the Design of the Empire State Building, History The style of the building’s design is characterized as being Art Deco that is muted, or low key in its approach as well as in its execution. That means being more understated and less done with flair, in comparison to the traditional conception of Art... ? Empire Building Table of Contents I. Introduction 3 II. Style of the Design of the Empire Building, History 4 III. Cultural AspirationsEmbedded in the Building’s Design 5 IV. Materials Used in Constructing the Building, Sources 7 V. Natural Environment Replaced by the Empire State Building 7 VI. Politics Surrounding the Development of the Empire State Building 8 VII. Labor...
Media As Ideology, Culture, and colonialism Ch 2
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...artifice to stave off the revolutionary spirit from prevailing among the masses (Wasserman and de Beer, 385). At the same time, the definition and analysis of the media above warrants the rethinking of the true purpose or function of the media. While there are those who point out that the role of the media is to educate, entertain and inform, there are other thinkers in the 21st... Insert Introduction Media as an Ideology, Culture and Colonialism sees and defines the media as channels through which culture and ideology are transmitted in a way that they shape the consciousness specifically, in order to determine the behavior and attitude of the target population. This definition serves as a departure ...
Art and cinema
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...artifice. She laments, “I am terrified that everything I believe about photography, about this work, is over because of the computer and easy manipulation of images it facilitates. This work... Intricate Relationship between Photography and Film Film and photography have always had a convoluted relationship and are continually referencing each other. Image and moving image complex undertone has been both ambiguous and unambiguous since the 1920s. This essay will outline my findings on photography and film by investigating the beauty, intimacy, similarity, and differences between photography and film. The essay will discuss the interest in and the value of photography and film. The paper present...
Sixth Annual Message of George Washington
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...artifice of men whose passions promoted riots and violence (Burns and Dunn). In my opinion, it was not a fair assessment because democracy entails the will of the people. Therefore, he would have engaged the citizens in dialogue and explain to them reasons behind the new taxation measures to curb public debt. Works Cited Burns, James MacGregor, and Susan Dunn. George Washington. New York: Times Books, 2004. Print. Podell, Janet, and Steven Anzovin. Speeches Of The American Presidents. Bronx, NY: H.W. Wilson, 2001. Print.... Sixth Annual Message of George Washington How does Washington defend his actions? What does he cite as the basis of his power to suppress the rebellion? Washington stated that it wa...
Answer 3 questions based on two symbolist books: Against Nature by Joris-Karl Huysmans and The Portrait of Dorian Grey by Oscar Wilde
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...artifice back to naturalism. At the end of the chapter, Des Esseintes decides to go back to his earlier life tamely submitted to the doctor’s diagnosis. Des Esseintes’s living against nature is seen as adhering to realms of artifice, inspite of tremendous odds against the enterprise. Des... 3 questions based on two symbolist books: Against Nature by Joris-Karl Huysmans and The Portrait of Dorian Grey by Oscar Wilde In Against Nature by Joris-Karl Huysmans, Choose 1 symbol (should be something vague and curious) and discuss its meaning. The narration by Huysman mainly concentrates on the protagonist, Jean des Esseintes. The symbol used here is the return of des Esseintes from his life of artifice back to ...
Dante Alighieri's Divine Comedy
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...artifice strengths. Throughout the Inferno he stands out as a figure of humanity. In the initial stages of the poem he had informed Dante that he was in inferno for positive reasons assigned to him from the heaven and could guide him inferno only partially, because he didn't believe... The roles of Virgil and Beatrice in Inferno and Purgatorio The concepts of Inferno and Purgatorio are given in Dante's world renowned poem 'The Divine Comedy'. He segregated it into three phases Inferno means 'Hell', Purgatorio means 'Purgatory' and Paradiso means 'Heaven'. There are three main characters; Dante himself, Virgil and Beatrice. Traditionally, Virgil had been a Roman poet famous for his creation a legendary in...
Italian Neo Realism and the Movie Rome Open City
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...artifice to give the illusion of transparency generated a creative tension that was crucial to the work of art. He argued that that films can only be understood through an understanding of their styles and therefore the techniques and styles are quite crucial (Bazin, pp. 54-69). Characteristic of Bazin's theory... is the complication of his argument, as he realized realism has different forms. When we come to the crucial question of: Through which artifice can film fulfill its destiny of remaking the real world (As there are different applications to different artifices) We have to consider it in a larger context of different representing form of realism...
2- pages on ways the graphic novel "Underground Welder" by Jeff Lemire could be considered a piece of working class literature rather than "just" comics.
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...Artifice. Online Website. 3 December 2014.... The “Underground Welder” as a Piece of Literature When people read comics, they assume it is for kids. People assume that comics consist of superheroes jumping over buildings and flying around in cities. However, comics are more than just superheroes and aliens. Comics are becoming important literary media that tell more than just fantastic stories, but speak political subjects, personal narratives and are just be good pieces of solid literature. The graphic novel “The underground Welder” is not only a graphic comic novel but also a working class of literature. The comic novel combines both images and narratives in a form that is very accessible and engaging ...
Twelfth night
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...artifice suffice in justifying the statement that most of his works were indeed metatheatrical. In the Twelfth Night, Viola, who is a lady, is disguised as a boy, Cesario. The point of metadrama in the play suffices when Cesario (Viola) is seen saying to Olivia, “I am not that I play” (Shakespeare n.p.). This was after Olivia had prepared the ground for the metatheatrical portrayal when she asks Cesario, “Are you a comedian?” Her utterance has multiple meanings... Metatheatre in Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night Introduction Scholars who study and those who have studied Shakespeare’s pieces agree mostly on the notion that he employed metatheatre in most of them. Metatheatre, in definition, refers to...
Essay on Shakespeare's play Othello the Moor of Venice
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...artifice is challenged by the truth, and when the truth becomes potentially known, Iago takes his first role in the action of his own play. His action is furthered when Emilia reveals the truth to Othello, and this too represents symbolically Iago's attempt at suppressing truth. Thus, it is truth contrasted with the artifice of Iago's actions that cause his downfall – his transformation from stage manager to actor. Works Cited: Wells, S. and Taylor, G.(Ed.)(2005). The Oxford Shakespeare. The Complete Works. Oxford: Oxford University Press. The Truth as Iago's Downfall in William Shakespeare's Othello. .... ? Shakespeare criticism is vast. The nature of interpretation itself entails that no one single...
Comparison of Marge Piercy and Kate Chopin articles on Women's Oppression
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...Artifice” by MargePiercy and The Story of the hour by Kate Chopin relate the same idea of womens oppression but at different levels of literary use. They focus on the role of men in the womens oppression and other gender related issues in society. The poem by Piercy presents the issue in a different perspective by use of metaphor. Womens oppression in the society by the males is by both authors clearly and with elaborate precision. The work by Piercy presents the womens oppression by use of symbolism. The woman in the context is as the Bonsai tree which is and not allowed to grow and attain maximum height... Comparison of Marge Piercy and Kate Chopin articles on womens oppression The poem “A Work of...
Punk Movement
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...artifice It ushered popular music into postmodernism." (Frith and Horne, 124) The short but passionate song... Punk The punk movement of the late 1970s attained immense popularity in the United s, the United Kingdom and Australia, and the punk music vastly influenced the popular music of the time. The punk music belongs to the rock music genre entrenched in proto-punk music such as the garage rock and its characteristics include rapid and case-hardened music, diminutive songs with political and subversive lyrics, and the instrumentation which is trimmed down to the most essential elements. Thus, the punk music differed greatly to the popular music of its time such as the music of the Beatles. The musical ...
Emmanuel Kant
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...artifice of the mind. ("Immanuel Kant", 2006). His argument is that the mind itself contributes substantially to, and even synthesizes... For Emmanuel Kant, knowledge (and thus reality) is constructed by the mind, not passively derived through the senses; in other words, the mind shapesthe world. One of Kant's works, the Critique of Pure Reason, is an attempt to answer the problems of the nature of knowledge-what it is and how it is obtained. Kant looks at the relationship between a priori knowledge, or knowledge based on reason alone, and a posteriori knowledge, or knowledge gained from the world. ("Critique of Pure Reason", 2006) According to Kant, we have a priori intuitions and concepts; that is, ...
William Blake
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...artifice... The Marriage of Heaven and Hell: Analysis William Blake’s The Marriage of Heaven and Hell is one of his most influential works. Many people have written and done many sorts of literature (like Aldous Huxley’s The Doors of Perception and CS Lewis’ The Great Divorce) and music, particularly rock. It is quite fascinating as it talks about the relationship of Heaven and Hell; the dynamics of the relationship of these two places, how one is as important as another. Blake depicts Hell as an energetic place where one can actually express oneself as opposed to Heaven’s repressed and quiet presentation. Blake described Heaven as such to demonstrate the nature of mainstream morality as commanded by...
Modular questions
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...artifice may help the hospital save 300,000 dollars, long-term negative effects will eventually spiral in, as physicians leave for greener pastures. This means that not only will the hospital incur heavier employee turnover, but that the same will also find it difficult to retain physicians. In respect to the foregoing, it remains necessary that the hospital sets rates that are commensurate to the rest of the market when determining physicians’ remunerations and payments for the ED calls; as opposed to the proposal that the two... Law Number: Module 5 DQ 2 Whether Hospitals Which Engage In GPO Engage In a Form of Price-Fixing Group Purchasing Organizations (GPO) are also known as buying groups, being...
Em
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...artifice. This essay seeks to explore this concept of emotional labour... 12 May Emotional labour: Emotional labour focuses on adding the elements of sympathy and care in all employee-consumer interactions which take place. This means that independent of whatever personal problems or mental turbulence an employee is dealing with, he/she is still required to greet customers with a positive energy and friendly attitude. However, critics also argue that rigid compliance with emotional labour can prove to be devastating for many employees because of negative effect exerted on their sense of identity. The importance of their self will be lost and they will feel like automatons forced to maintain artifice....
Introduction to film
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...Artifice. New York McDonagh M. (2008). In Bruges. Retrieved from https://m.yuotube.com/watch?v=XaPzN2gD3PQ... Bruges: Review The Movie, In Bruges, was acted in the 2008 with Martin McDonagh as the main director. This thriller movie whichtook the setting of London had several interesting characters. The main characters in the film are two notorious men by the names Brandon Gleeson and Colin Farrell. Ralph Fiennes is another key character featured in the film. Brandon acts as Ken and Farrell as Ray. Ralph Fiennes is Harry; the boss who employed the two aforementioned men. The movie has several scenes that depict different themes. Following is a brief summary of the plot on which the analysis of themes...
Body and Fahsion Photography
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...artifice, change and imagination coalesce on the body of the model to create a new, previously only imaginable, form. The Image Body Central to my argument is the different relationship that exists between the model's body and fashion photography in the lived world and the body and clothing in fashion representation. In the lived world, this relationship has been characterized as one of co... Body And Fashion Photography Of BODY AND FASHION PHOTOGRAPHY INTRODUCTION "Art itself (and with it sartorial art) is a compromise between imagination and reality; it deals with real media but implies an inability to find complete satisfaction with reality and creates a new world" nearer to the heart's desire." ...
Punk
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...artifice… It ushered popular music into postmodernism.” (Frith and Horne, 124) The short but passionate song... Punk The punk movement of the late 1970s attained immense popularity in the United s, the United Kingdom and Australia, and the punk music vastly influenced the popular music of the time. The punk music belongs to the rock music genre entrenched in proto-punk music such as the garage rock and its characteristics include rapid and case-hardened music, diminutive songs with political and subversive lyrics, and the instrumentation which is trimmed down to the most essential elements. Thus, the punk music differed greatly to the popular music of its time such as the music of the Beatles. The...
Trouble in Paradise
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...artifice that a man is forced to portray in order to accomplish his nefarious... Review of ‘Trouble in Paradise’ ‘Trouble in Paradise’ was the first non musical comedy film, by German born director, Ernest Lubitsch in 1932. Though, Lubitsch started his career as an actor, he went on to become acclaimed director of comedy films, specializing in silent, musical and non musical comedy cinema that were full of satirical punch at the social hypocrisy. ‘Trouble in Paradise’ is a romantic comedy, set against the backdrop of lover’s paradise, Venice and Paris. The film is a fast paced dramatic escapades of the two con artists, Gaston, the protagonist and his accomplice, Lily, who make their living through...
Impressionism and Naturalism by Robert Herbert
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...artifice and caricature. Flaneurs were keen in capturing the moment of life in its pure form which was why later works offered glimpses of contemporary urban life not through detailed oil paints but caricatures speedily drawn and executed as in Manets Rue Mosnier Decorated with Flags and Degass Martelli. Flaneurs therefore were inventors and responsible for innovation in art during the 19th century. Flaneurs were also investigators of history for they were keen observers of urban life, noting spectators, daily occupations, behaviors, professions, and intimate and domestic life of that time. Degass Women on a Cafe Terrace, Evening and Manets Railroad which the artists... Impressionism and Naturalism"...
The Proposition & Gomorrah
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...artifice of film is a principle object of a director’s creative vision. In some films, directors want the audience to feel like they are actually experiencing the event – or at very least, that the camera person was recording a real event. In others, the director wants to create a sense of distance, of watching a piece of art. “Gomorrah” chooses the first method, using bouncy camera movements and a realistic color palette, while “The Proposition” chooses the second, with long slow camera movements and an artificial color palette.... Prof’s Creating a Tableau or an in Depth Sense of Immersion: Varying Visual Styles of “The Proposition” and “Gomorrah” Defining a visual style can be one of the most chal...
Assignment 15(675)
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...artifice found in the ‘news’. The false statements must be edited out and the draft be sent to a senior authority in the school faculty. After their approval, a final check must... New Directions for Supervision – Case Studies New Directions for Supervision – Case Studies Case Study 1. By what criteria should this private corporation be allowed, or not allowed, to broadcast into public school classrooms? Write a policy statement defining this issue. The purpose of this school policy is to clarify the grounds upon which an external party may or may not be allowed to broadcast their material in public schools as ours. They shall undergo formal procedures prior to planning any material for the school. It sha...
Religion article analysis
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...artifice, subject to change as any other, and secondly as a dangerous new form of anti-cosmopolitanism. In the first form, religion plays the role of a cultural artifact... Religion in “Contamination” To understand this article The Case for Contamination, it helps to know that Kwame Anthony Appiah is an advocate of Cosmopolitanism, a global ethics which aims ‘to establish universality and shared values as a determinant or common denominator.”(Appiah book, 2006). Cosmopolitanism is still a brewing concept, although the idea has been traced to the cynic Diogenes of Ancient Greece (410 B.C.) who claimed world citizenship and to the 2nd century stoic Hierocles who drew the Concentric Circle Model of the...
Religion in Contamination
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...artifice, subject to change as any other, and secondly as a dangerous new form of anti-cosmopolitanism. In the first form, religion plays the role of a cultural artifact, which undergoes change, and evokes different responses, good... ?Religion in “Contamination” To understand this article The Case for Contamination, it helps to know that Kwame Anthony Appiah is an advocate of Cosmopolitanism, a global ethics which aims ‘to establish universality and shared values as a determinant or common denominator.”(Appiah book, 2006). Cosmopolitanism is still a brewing concept, although the idea has been traced to the cynic Diogenes of Ancient Greece (410 B.C.) who claimed world citizenship and to the 2nd century...
Art History: the Arnolfini Portrait
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...artifice of his own illusionism. His grandiose notarial signature, may not have been intended to start debates among artists but just an acknowledgment of subjectivity that ultimately corroborates the authenticity of his representation (Carrol 118) The provenance of the painting When Jan van Eyck’s Arnolfini Portrait was done in 1434, it did not go directly to the National Gallery in London. It was presumably owned by the sitters after the rendition of the portrait. Before 1516, the painting may have been transferred to the possession of Don Diego de Guevara, a Spanish career courier who had... ?The Arnofini Portrait The Arnolfini Portrait is an oil painting masterpiece of Jan van Eyck d 1434. This...
Botnet Paper
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...artifice the TCP... Full Paper BOTNETS Robot network or BOT NET is also known as a ‘Zombie army’ and is considered as a group of computers that arecompromised and controlled by the hacker to attack a specific target (Botnet.2011). Likewise, these group of compromised computers will broadcast spam, relay unwanted emails, viruses or excessive request against any service associated with a specific network or server. The compromised zombie army is invaded by a Trojan, which is known as a remote application that installs itself within the system memory or kernel and provides data or connectivity to the hacker. Moreover, Trojan is operational by initiating an Internet Relay Chat (IRC) that waits for any action ...
Folklore
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...artifice (Ben-Amos, 2013). Despite being brittle and intangible, traditional heritage is an essential factor in safeguarding cultural or traditional diversity, in light of growing globalization. Intercultural dialogue and mutual respect for other ways of life is encouraged by an understanding of the intangible cultural heritage of various communities. The great wealth of information... method of categorization in order to include artistic products as well as information and artifice, a process that gave rise to their production. It was innovative and resulted to the existence of the products and the means of interaction, which society required for the suitable reception,...
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...artifice the TCP... ? Full Paper BOTNETS Robot network or BOT NET is also known as a ‘Zombie army’ and is considered as a group of computers that are compromised and controlled by the hacker to attack a specific target (Botnet.2011). Likewise, these group of compromised computers will broadcast spam, relay unwanted emails, viruses or excessive request against any service associated with a specific network or server. The compromised zombie army is invaded by a Trojan, which is known as a remote application that installs itself within the system memory or kernel and provides data or connectivity to the hacker. Moreover, Trojan is operational by initiating an Internet Relay Chat (IRC) that waits for any...
Review of 'State Crime'
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...artifice to the realisation of state goals. The authors contend that dealing with state crime is inevitable, since there is no state that enjoys immunity from the breaching of human rights and liberties as a way of attaining its goals. Authors’ Key Theoretical Argument Green and Ward (2005, 161) contend that state crime is instrumentally propounded by prevailing structural conditions. To this effect, corruption is factored into this debate as being furthered by two explanatory concepts of patrimonialism and clientelism. Clientelism is seen as referring to an exchange system whereby public officials and patrons accord political favours to their constituents or clients... Review of Crime History and...
Franchises and The Laws that Govern Them
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...artifice defraud engagement act practice course business operate fraud deceit Stuller Therefore, Count III states a claim for relief under the IFDA. IT IS THEREFORE ORDERED that the Report, and Recommendation (d/e 33) are IN PART and ADOPTED IN PART and Stuller’s objections to the Report and Recommendation (d/e 35) are ALLOWED. Defendant Steak N Shake Enterprises, Inc.’s Motion to Dismiss Counts II and III of the First Amended Complaint (d/e 21) are, and Defendant Steak N Shake Operations, Inc.’s Motion to Dismiss (d/e 23) is. Defendants shall file Answers to the First Amended Complaint on or before June 14, 2011. IT IS THEREFORE SO ORDERED. Effect case business world and society generally... Topic:...
Assignment 2: Mergers and Acquisitions
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...artifice to weathering... Mergers and Acquisitions Number Businesses definitely undergo changes because both global and local market and the global and immediate business environment are always fluid. While some of these changes may be superficial, there are some that may seriously affect the nature and organization of the business, as is evident in the case of mergers and acquisitions. A merger is an organization or a business or firm which is a combination of two or more organizations or companies by offering stockholders of one company, in the company doing the acquisition, for the stockholders’ surrender of the stock. One of the memorable mergers involved two publicly traded companies, the Omnicom...
Assignment 5.3
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...artifice to make up for the absence of discussions, consultations and debates. What are the statistics between graduates of online degrees vs. in-school degrees? As already stated, according to research results that the SRI International for Department of Education tabled, between 1996 and 2008, students who have done online courses accounted for 59% (Lohr, 1). This means that traditional classroom could be ceding ground to virtual education, since learners who have strictly used it account for 41%. These findings applied to learners from K-12 grade to postgraduate... Insert Introduction As the world keeps getting intensely globalised and advanced in information technology (IT) sector, all spheres of...
Transvestism In Modern World
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...artifice to achieve the appearance of naturalness…travestis remain insecure about their appearance” (Kulick 202). Concerning people who engage in sexual activities that do not reconcile with their gender identities, travestis may point out that this is understandable. “American literary theorist Marjorie Garber, who in her book Vested Interests lavishly argues that the very essence of trasvestism is its refusal... Travestis are biological males who act and fashion themselves as highly feminine. This paper suggests a dis on how travestis think. Particularly, the following paragraphs delve on what they may cogitate regarding charity girls, yellow cabs, U.S. teenagers, lesbians who have sex with men, and...
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...artifice of an agreement between the parties4. In Partridge v Crittenden, the court held that an advertisement was equivalent to an invitation to treat5. Nevertheless, this is not sacrosanct and there are exceptions, wherein an advertisement was deemed to be an offer. An instance of this is available in Carbolic Smoke Ball. In this specific case the defendant had argued that the advertisement placed by it in the newspaper was not to be deemed an offer. This was not accepted by the court; on account of the fact that the plaintiff had complied with the stipulations of the defendant’s... of the of the of the Problem Question In order to advice Deirdre, regarding her rights against More Movies Ltd, the...
Lavin on Caravaggio, Alpers on Velazquez, Hyde on Boucher
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...Artifice Apparently, some critics of visual art subscribe to the common notion that painting is an artificial discipline; hence paintings are highly constructed artifices. Throughout their articles on contextually different paintings, Irvin Lavin, Alpers Svetlana, and Hyde Melissa separately reiterate that the art of visual representation through painting is a highly artificial practice riddled with contextual ingenuity, inventiveness and conspicuous contrivance. Abstractly, the three critics believe that painters skillfully invent the contents of their artworks to serve specific purposes. Below are summary and analysis of articles by Lavin, Alpers and Hyde. Lavin on Caravaggio... Painting as...
Analysis of filmmaking of French critic Andr Bazin
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...artifice in some of the film’s more artificial techniques to avoid the unusual camera angels who revels the ceiling of sets and etc but in Citizen Kane you overcome this problem by extending fabric over sets, creating “ceiling” that were translucent and sound permeable. In my view Camera is different from a pen or brush, all representative art reflects a basic human need bewitch and preserve reality. I would prefer these techniques to be limited and subtle. I believe that cinema should express and communicate “Faith in the World... ? Teacher Visual Arts & Film Studies 4th Feb Dear Mr. Welles, My is Andre Bazin I may be not your number one fan (there are a lot of competitors for that), I emphatically...
Napoleon and Romanticism
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...artifice. In the hands of the great master, the balance between the two had been judiciously maintained, but the lesser lights dealt in stock phrases and allusion and lapsed into an arid formalism. It became clear that the classic mode had its day and needed to be replaced. The signs of revolt became clear when James Thomason published the first part the second seasons elegy written in the country churchyard. If classicism had kept too closely to the beaten track, romanticism struck out in a bewildering number of direction... INDEX Is napoleon the creature of French revolution or its nemesis Romanticism Characteristics Why "The Beggar woman of Locarno" is considered a Romantic...
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