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Pastoral Epistles Authorship
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...authorship of Paul. Therefore, this sets forth a debate as to who wrote the Pastoral Epistles. The epistles were addressed to individuals with pastoral authority. These people had the responsibilities of overseeing the churches in Ephesus and the island of Crete. These two ministers were timothy and Titus. Paul wrote to these ministers due the fact that they failed to act as they were ought to. Secondly; Paul was instructing them on how they were to discharge their duties as Christian ministers (Towner, 2009). In the book of ACTS... differences arising from the Christians (Towner, 2009). The literary style used to write the Pastoral Epistles is far much different from the form of writing...
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SHAKESPEARE: A Question of Authorship
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...authorship almost blasphemous for their admirers. If Bach’s Toccata and Fugue in D Minor has come for scholarly debate in recent years, the question marks over Shakespeare’s authorship were raised four centuries earlier and cover a substantial part of his work. The Anti-Stratfordians (as those sceptical of Shakespeare’s authorship are called) prefer to attribute his works to one among the following contenders: Sir Francis Bacon, Christopher Marlowe, Sir Edward Dyer, the earl of Derby... or especially Edward de Vere, the 17th earl of Oxford. In this backdrop, the challenge facing both the faithful and the doubters is the scarce historical record to either support or disprove their claims. If...
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Shakespeare: A Question of Authorship
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...authorship will necessarily find out more than 70 candidates, including William Stanley, Francis Bacon, Edward De Vere, Christopher Marlowe, of the authorship of Shakespearean literary canon. Among these authorship candidates Edward of Oxford appears to be the most powerful. Innumerous books, articles and research papers have been published purporting this stance that “Shakespeare of Stanford-upon-Avon” who... William Shakespeare: A Question hip Many scholars believe that Shakespeare’s plays and poems are not written byShakespeare himself; rather someone else has written and published those unparallel popular literary works in Shakespeare’s name. A careful review of the discourses on Shakespeare’s...
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How can we define authorship in TV
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...authorship or creation of the film (Moran 1999). Moreso, in a Hollywood setting where a multitude of people had to work and collaborate together to create a film. We can cite for example the film The Big Sleep (1946) which was a product of collaboration with different film makers... How can we define hip in TV? How can we define hip in TV? Auteur is a French word for whichis used in cinema parlance to determine the creator of the film. Auteur can be compared to the author of a book or novel or the artist of a painting. One of its key components is the creative control that the filmmaker exercises in the creation of the film (Fast Pass TV 2009). The purpose of Auteurism is to determine the author or...
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Understanding Authorship: Reading Barthes and Foucault
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...authorship in another form? Give precise examples. There is a serious debate about whether authorship is dead now that we are living in an increasingly swift communication technology, where people share information through the Internet and they have access to unlimited sources of knowledge. Does the true authorship exist, or is it a by-product of what we have read and heard other people saying and then alter it through our own perspective and linguistic capabilities. In this paper I will focus on Foucault’s reflections... of authorship and will link his views to 21th century technological development giving example with Creative Commons licenses. “The writing of our day has...
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Warhol - Contemporary Notion of Authenticity and Authorship
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...authorship of the works of the art appears to be under... Warhol Comment and Contemporary Notion on Authenti and hip The comment that Andy Warhol makes seeks to elicit the attention of the masses to use his physical appearance to define him. Andy Warhol depicts that he does not care much about what people say about him but he holds a lot on what he believes about himself. He treasures in his philosophy which implies that looking at finer details of something makes it to appear wrong. This is a provoking comment to the masses that he is still famous despite what people might say about him. Warhol reveals that he is stable despite the new trend emerging in the field of artwork (Wolf & Koestenbaum,...
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Warhol Comment and Contemporary Notion on Authenticity and Authorship
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...authorship of the works of the art appears to be under compromise... Warhol Comment and Contemporary Notion on Authenti and hip The comment that Andy Warhol makes seeks to elicit the attention of the masses to use his physical appearance to define him. Andy Warhol depicts that he does not care much about what people say about him but he holds a lot on what he believes about himself. He treasures in his philosophy which implies that looking at finer details of something makes it to appear wrong. This is a provoking comment to the masses that he is still famous despite what people might say about him. Warhol reveals that he is stable despite the new trend emerging in the field of artwork (Wolf &...
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The Technique of Sampling in Music and Notions of Authorship
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...Authorship The technique of sampling music is one that challenges our notions of ownership and authorship. In a world where music was a form of art that was in some cases considered to be as divine and exalted as poetry, painting and sculpture, the process of sampling does not need to be one that causes a descent in its status. Sampling is a technique whereby a part of a certain recording is used as a part of another song that may be the composition of an entirely different person who is then the ‘author’ of that particular song. The credit for having composed... ? The Technique of Sampling in Music and notions hip by ID Module and number of Module The Technique of Sampling in Music and notions of...
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Do you think that theories of authorship are incompatible with the industrial context of film production
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...authorship therefore be compatible within this industrial context, where the very notion that authorship of a film is assignable to one individual is questionable? This essay argues that despite the industrial context, the distinctive stamp of some directors on certain films may well lend credence to such theories. Analysis: The auteur theory is one of the most important theories of authorship... hip theories and industrial production Introduction: Film theories offer the notion of the director as the of the film. But this is a controversial issue because film production itself is a collaborative activity, one that involves the creative input and ideas of many artists and technicians. Can theories of...
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Film studies (Authorship module)
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...Scorsese as an Auteur: through his film Mean Street The auteur theory is was that holds the director's films reflect the particular director's personal creative vision, as though he or she were the sole auteur of the work. The French word for author, many film producers have notably been credited for having auteur like influences on film projects. It has also had a major impact on film criticism, since it was erected by film director and critic Francois Truffaut in 1954. This is partly why Auteurism is most immediately connected with French New Wave. This of course, was a connection made most commonly in the mid 1950's to 60's before American filmmakers embodied the theory. Today... as an Auteur:...
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Discussion AUTHORSHIP & GUIDELINES
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...Publishing in Practicing Nurses al Affiliation Nursing education is focused on among other things the development of the profession. This kind of development is significantly tied to the growth and development of the professional body of knowledge. For this body of knowledge to grow and develop, research has to be done and documented. The implication of nursing research is that it provides the practicing nurses with evidence-based information on major nursing practice issues such as management, nursing care and emerging issues in the profession. However, without proper documentation, these researches get lost and do not benefit the larger profession. Since nursing practice is universal... in Practicing...
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In light of the Schultz' essay, write a reflection on your view of the authorship of Isaiah
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...authorship of the Book of Isaiah, instead of two. The crux of the matter is that the traditional school of thought sees the Book of Isaiah as entirely Isaiah's work... Topic: The hip of Isaiah Number Department Introduction There are two main schools of thoughts on the prophetic Book of Isaiah. There is the traditional school of thought which holds that there is only one author identified as Isaiah, son of Amoz to the entire Book of Isaiah. On the other hand, there is another school of thought which postulates that there are multiple authors to the Book of Isaiah. The latter group is bifurcated, with the latest group differing with the older counterpart, by seeing three individuals as being behind the...
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Authorship/auteurism is a central term in film studies. Would you say that this theory is especially important for European cinema Illustrate your argument through the case study of director Pedro Almodovar
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...authorship, gained roots in cinema, the subject has been met with a lot of controversy and debate. This is because there are some film analysts who see the concept as being a misrepresentation of the holistic practice of filmmaking, whiles others see auteurism as being relevant for the promotion of quality film production.1 From which ever position the term is looked at, one fact that cannot be denied is that auteurism is central in film studies and have largely influenced the approach to filmmaking, as well as the perspective... School: Topic: AUTEURISM AND ITS IMPACT ON EUROPEAN CINEMA Lecturer: Introduction Since the 1950s when the concept of auteurism, which was form from the auteur theory or...
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Redefinition of Authorship and Ownership in Media and Cultural Industries
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...?Topic: Redefinition hip and Ownership in Media and Cultural Industries Introduction The advent of technology has had influence in virtually all industries in society. From the way education services are conducted to the way communication is done; the way wars are fought to the way manufacturing is carried out; the way treatment is done in the field of medicine to virtually how everything else is conducted. There has been no industry which has not had the influence of the advances in technology both positively and negatively. The changes brought about by technology can be said to have been influenced to a great extent by the necessary steps that were required in ensuring the specific... Redefinition hip ...
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With reference to the technique of sampling, discuss the effects of recording technology and the music industry on our notions of the authorship and the ownership of music. Use, as an example of the phenomenon of sampling, the origins and cultural life of
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...Authorship The technique of sampling music is one that challenges our notions of ownership and authorship. In a world where music was a form of art that was in some cases considered to be as divine and exalted as poetry, painting and sculpture, the process of sampling does not need to be one that causes a descent in its status. Sampling is a technique whereby a part of a certain recording is used as a part of another song that may be the composition of an entirely different person who is then the ‘author’ of that particular song. The credit for having composed... The Technique of Sampling in Music and notions hip by ID Module and number of Module The Technique of Sampling in Music and notions of...
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Discuss the importance of the manuscript in Medieval art. Explain and explore issues of authorship, production, patronage, style, and technique
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... Manuscript in Medieval art Medieval manuscripts were not coffee-table books. Embedded in the Neoplatonic tradition, aesthetic responses were intimately associated with metaphysics in the Middle Ages, and the pulchritudo οf the created world was conceived as a reflection οf divine beauty in living matter. If the lay elite adopted and adapted this metaphysical discourse, it was because such idealism minimized the mercantile value οf art objects while promoting their uniqueness, their aura, that sacred radiance that, Walter Benjamin has argued, disappeared only with the rise οf mechanical means οf reproduction.[23] Consistent with a long medieval tradition, contemporary sources praised... Manuscript in...
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Surf the Web
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...authorship varies... Surf the Web Websites are designed and developed to meet different goals and objectives depending on the intentions of both the developer and the client. Websites are used for the purposes of business, education, socialization, communication, and politics among others. The reviewed websites include: university websites, American Cancer Association website, company websites (Apple), and State Education Boards (U.S) websites. Content divisions are structured according to the information that should reach the intended audience. Links to related content are also provided, but the general content structure is primarily meant to address specific user needs (Sklar 372). Description of auth...
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HP5C: Ethical Issues in Research Publication
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...authorship is evident. The overruling rationale of counsels... ? Ethical Issues in Research Publications Ethical principles are the basis for ethical analysis. They provide a viewpoint from which direction and counsel can be obtained. Ethical principles are goals that ethical theories try to attain. Public health ethical principles assure healthy conditions of people. Health can be affirmed as a physical, mental and social state of well-being. These codes of conduct guide the effects of work on the health of the community. Progressively the society demands denotative attending to health care ethics (Public Health Leadership Society, 2002). From Alyssa’s and Ben’s story, violation of principle of...
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Shakespeare Research Paper
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...authorship question have been deciphered by scholars so as to resolve the matter and reject the conjecture of theorists on the subject, a prominent speculation on the subject titled the ‘Baconian theory... of Shakespeare authorship’ refuses to fade. This paper examines and explores the foundations of this theory which in fact grants Francis Bacon the authorship of William Shakespeare’s works. The analysis of the said theory primarily focuses on providing a rationale and arguments which support this supposition. The approach which has been adopted in the paper is based on assessing the theory from an evaluative perspective which is based on identifying the...
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707 week 12
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...authorship would be a breach of honesty and integrity (Macfarlane, 2010). Conducting an independent research and submitting its report would however be moral, because no other party’s intellectual property rights would be infringed. Such an independent study would also be necessary to validate deviation from expected results from the initial EBP project that could have resulted from changes in the healthcare environment. Findings of the EBP project should be disseminated despite realization of contrary results to the hypothesis. This is because a hypothesis is an indicator of expectations but not a criterion... 707 Week 12 March 30, 707 Week 12 Data analysis results from an evidence-based practice...
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Cultural Studies abstract
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...authorship during its transition to Manga. The consciousness and analysis of Manga readers are centered primarily on words or text. The recipients of Manga and animation tend to be categorized as fanatics and this makes the issue of popular culture use and ownership even more complex. This paper also tackles the authorship and ownership of popular culture in the age of technological media. The relationship between cultural likeness and transformation of media technology is discussed while the arguments of studies on “transmission” [densho] in Japanese folklore studies, anthropological resemblance, power in cultural studies, and creative similarities are...
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Was William Shakespeare the author of his plays and sonnets
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...authorship of these works and the role of Shakespeare is their creation. Today, there are a lot of scientific facts showing that Shakespeare was not the true author of his works. There is no evidence or historical facts that Shakespeare wrote his sonnets. It is known fact that a collection of 154 of them was published in 1609 without an author's permission. The majority were written long before that, probably in the 1590s while Shakespeare was establishing his reputation as poet and playwright in London... part he may have played, and only two posthumous traditions to bit parts" (A Beginner's Guide, n.d.). The main fact against Shakespeare's authorship is that no manuscripts...
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Reflection on Othello
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...authorship is relevant for the essay. References Bisti, A. (2015). Moravian College English Department. Home.moravian.edu. Retrieved from http://home.moravian.edu/public/eng/prizes/2004/bisti.htm Ribner, I. (2013). Patterns in Shakespearian Tragedy. Hoboken: Taylor and Francis.... Source Summaries Source Summaries Anthony Bisti. . Shakespeare’s Othello: Sinned Against or Sinning? Bisti (2015) addresses Shakespeare’s concerns about the conflict of Othello. He questions the morality of Othello as a leader in Venice and who undergoes tragic moments orchestrated by a close friend. The author’s reflection on the Shakespearean tragedy revolves around the virtue and morality of Othello and uses to determine if ...
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Did Moses Write the Pentateuch or the Book of Moses in the Bible
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...authorship... of the Pentateuch There are several passages in the Pentateuch and the Bible that led to the initial conclusion that indeed Moses wrote the entire body of the Pentateuch. Among these passages were; Passages in the Pentateuch that suggests Moses’ authorship; Exodus 17:14 "Then the Lord instructed Moses, 'Write this down as a permanent record...'" Exodus 24:4 "Then Moses carefully wrote down all the Lord's instructions." Exodus 34:27 "And the Lord said to Moses, 'Write down all these instructions, for they represents the terms of my covenant with you and with Israel.'" Leviticus 1:1 "The Lord called to Moses from the Tabernacle and said to him, 'Give the following...
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Ownership of Intellectual Property
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...authorship that has been developed in to a physical and tangible form (Ward, 2007, 1). A copyright is initially owned by a creative author or authors from his... ? OWNERSHIP OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY …………………. College/ ………….. …………. Introduction   Most high-tech industries are distinguished by their intellectual properties and these are highly important for them in relation to their brand, research, innovation and discovery of new processes and products. But, a major challenge they face is to protect intellectual property as it has become a growing trend that small-baby fake companies in other countries more often counterfeit world-class brands, copyrights, patents and they market their creations under...
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Pentateuch
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...authorship was considered pretty much settled matter. Most people accepted the view that the Pentateuch was composed by Moses, the great law giver and deliverer of Israel from Egyptian bondage.”(King, 2001)Later intellectuals intervened and did the obvious. Outside the faith based conservative seminaries and churches, the scholars held the view that Moses was not the author of the books and they are compilations of works of many writers over an extended period of time. Jean Astruc (1684-1766) was a renowned Professor of medicine at Montpellier and Paris. Apart from his treatise on medicine, he wrote a book that was published anonymously... Order 330094 Topic: Pentateuch Introduction: The ess...
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Practitioner article lit review to include strengths and weaknesses
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...authorship of the article portrays the educational background of the writer assisting the reader to unveil and realize the knowledge used. The authorship is well detailed with Fitzgerald’s academic background. The authorship focuses... Strengths and weaknesses of a practitioner article al affiliation Strengths and weaknesses of a practitioner article Introduction Certain articles seek to inform its readers of information that is educational, while others seek to provide others of practical information. Brian Fitzgerald is a researcher who chooses to apply a relevant field in IS assumptions to differentiate the practical terms, routines and approaches used by researchers working in the field. This...
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Strengths and Weaknesses of a Practitioner Article
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...authorship of the article portrays the educational background of the writer assisting the reader to unveil and realize the knowledge used. The authorship is well detailed with Fitzgerald’s academic background. The authorship focuses... ? Strengths and weaknesses of a practitioner article al affiliation Strengths and weaknesses of a practitioner article Introduction Certain articles seek to inform its readers of information that is educational, while others seek to provide others of practical information. Brian Fitzgerald is a researcher who chooses to apply a relevant field in IS assumptions to differentiate the practical terms, routines and approaches used by researchers working in the field. This...
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Please complete BOTH sections. Complete all questions in Section 1 and write an essay to answer one of the questions in Section
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...authorship or creation of the film (Moran 1999). Moreso, in a Hollywood setting where a multitude of people had to work and collaborate together to create a film. We can... ?Section Short answers What is the difference between a metteurs-en-scene and an auteur? A metteurs-en-scene and an auteur comprise literary orcinema works that originate from various sources. The work of an auteur portrays a semantic dimension since it is not purely formal, whereas the work of a metteurs-en-scene does not extend past the realm of performance, transposing a pre-existing text or scenario, book or play into special complex cinematic codes. The meaning of films from the auteur perspective is constructed a posteriori,...
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Summarize and Critics on Torah (Pentateuch)
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...authorship of the Torah, along with some other perspectives, and allows us to take a step back from blind faith in order... Source Criticism of the Torah Your School The article "Torah (Pentateuch)" by R. E. Friedman provides a scholarly look at the Five Books of Moses. Although the Torah is usually seen as religious in nature, the scholarly article is not at all religious. While this kind of writing is certainly no substitute for a careful reading of the primary material-the Torah itself-modern readers can employ such writing to come to a greater understanding of the ancient document, which continues to influence our world today. Friedman's argument primarily comprises a historical review of the...
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Hedgehog concept
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...authorship. I have more of article writing that have received a lot of acclaims and positive comment. I have not yet fully exploited my inborn ability... My passion lies more in leadership roles. Having an orientation and coming from a family with realms of leadership, my passion of becoming a leader of any organization or company got its conception. It is something that has its impetus of propulsion, and I have found myself stirring forward in leadership. The environment that I came from was made up senior leader of the big organization within the locality. The inspiration that came with the leaders was so immense and close to invoking my passion of becoming of their type. The charisma at which role...
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The use of art to reveal sexual identity
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...authorship. He reveals his sexual identity by supporting the works of well know gay artists. Showing support to gay artists in his authorship is a clear indication that he does not fear to reveal his identity. Works Cited Silver, Kenneth. Modes of Disclosure: The Construction of Gay Identity and the Rise of Pop Art. Online ... The use of art to reveal sexual identity Robert Rauschenberg and Jasper Johns are two artists who have used their artworks to both closet and reveal their relationship and sexual identities. The two artists were lovers who believed in gay relationships. The two artists are Abstract Expressionists who use art to voice their identity. Abstract Expressionism artists appear to...
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A Critical Examination of the Documentary Hypothesis
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...authorship and treats the books as a literary unit. This does not mean that Moses did not use other documents to write the books. Since other Old Testament authors affirm Mosaic authorship, as do numerous New Testament writers and the early church fathers, the veracity of the Bible as a whole begins to crumble if Moses is not the author of the Pentateuch. (Closson) The Documentation Hypothesis began in 1753 when French physician Jean Astruc noted that the first chapter of the Genesis refers to God as Elohim, while the second chapter uses mostly Jehovah or Yahweh... A Critical Examination of the Documentary Hypothesis For almost two thousand years, Christians believe that Moses wrote the first five...
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Summarize and Critics on Torah (Pentateuch)
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...authorship of the Torah, along with some other perspectives, and allows us to take a step back from blind faith in order... Source Criticism of the Torah Your School The article “Torah (Pentateuch)” by R. E. Friedman provides a scholarly look at the Five Books of Moses. Although the Torah is usually seen as religious in nature, the scholarly article is not at all religious. While this kind of writing is certainly no substitute for a careful reading of the primary material—the Torah itself—modern readers can employ such writing to come to a greater understanding of the ancient document, which continues to influence our world today. Friedman’s argument primarily comprises a historical review of the...
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The Art of Islamic Book--Research Paper
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...Authorship in Persianate Painting, Roxburgh addressed the following questions. We quote him in his own words: Where an artist might be understood to subsist in the painting, examining whether or not the concept of authorship established post-Renaissance European painting – derived from Vasari’s concept of mamera (hand), and still very much present in the methods used to study Persianate paintings – does indeed obtain to the Persianate painting tradition. Moreover, by exposing the tensions that exist between modern and pre-modern conceptions... The Art of Islamic Book: Kamal Al-din Bihzad and hip in Persianate Paintings There has been significant interest generated in ancient Persian arts for the best...
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Chinese Literature Final 1
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...authorship of the Shenli ganying ji, a anthology of miracle account associated with the first two relic-distribution campaigns. And, based on a judgment of the regret text used during the campaigns and a work by Tanqian, Chen influentially argues that Tanqian in all likelihood composed the former as well. Han Yu thought that Buddha was repulsive. Buddha did not respect royal and citizen rights. Yu thought that Buddha’s principles that would have had him incarcerated in modern days. Yu having found Buddha dirty and unclean felt that a reputed bone from Buddha was a bad sign. Since the royal courts were in themselves divine to bring an unclean relic in them was sacrilege....
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What is the significance of parthenogenesis in her underground
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...authorship of by Dr. Donna M. Giancola and Undine Caleste Pawlowski. Basically it is a book on philosophy but it also highlights pro-feminine activism. “Parthenogenesis is a fairly common phenomenon in the animal kingdom, forms with parthenogenetic reproduction being found in most animal kingdoms.” (Kessel) It is the type of sex act without male/females actually joining in it. In this book the word “parthenogenesis” has been used in the cultural context relating to an ancient prophecy underneath the city of Boston and kindled the curiosity... Term Paper, Philosophy Topic: What is the significance of parthenogenesis in “Her Underground?” “Her Underground” is a book which is the product of joint...
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Discussion Question
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...authorship of the strategy and the authorship of the really... Discussion Question Discussion Question The company that will be discussed in this essay is Rubbermaid, specifically during the time when it was under the helm of CEO, Wolfgang Schmitt. The downfall of the company was attributed to several wrong decisions made by its top management. Foremost among the factors mentioned about Rubbermaid’s failure is the decision-making style of Schmitt. According to Eric Jackson, Schmitt “was fond of demonstrating his ability to sort out difficult issues in a flash” (Jackson, 2012). Schmitt is an example of a leader who thinks that he has all the answers; thus, will not listen to other people’s point of...
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Copyright and Intellectual Property in Architecture
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...authorship, the right to attribution of authorship and the right against false attribution of authorship. Moral rights... Copyright and Intellectual Property in Architecture. Copyright falls under an area of law known as intellectual property which is the general name given to the laws covering patents, designs, circuit layouts, trade marks, plant breeder's rights and copyright. This legal protection is designed as a reward to creators to encourage further intellectual creativity and innovation, as well as enabling access by the community to the products of intellectual property. In a certain case an architect brings a copyright breach suit against a customer who was a project owner who had resulted to...
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Elements of Literature
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...authorship. It is only fitting that Fitzgerald’s personal life during that period paralleled the travails of Blaine. This is best captured in the first section of the book entitled Romantic Egoist. Finally, Fitzgerald adopts the social-realist method for exposing his art. The 1920s were an uncertain period in American history, as the nation looked for new directions in the aftermath of the war. This Side of Paradise reflects this element of confusion. At the same time, the novel, by embracing and celebrating romantic love, is an optimistic statement on the prospects for the nation. So, the work is quite rich in its social comment.... This Side of Paradise: Literary Elements F. Scott Fitzgerald’s early...
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Orality and Technology: Rap Music and Afro-American Cultural Resistance
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...Authorship of lyrics is fused with orally based creation of expressions and thoughts (Rose 39). Sampling involves re-conceptualization and not repetition (Rose 40). According to Rose, this is a way in which rappers can oppose the manipulative efforts of the recording industry. The music industry has not placed any policies against the use... Orality and Technology According to Rose, rap displays an intricate combination of post-modern technology and “orality” innot only the beat boxes in Afro-American traditions added on to European electronics, but also in the representation of the human voice that is reconstructed among sequences, samplers and drum machines. In order to come up with its right texture, ...
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Websites Evaluation Exercise
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...authorship, contact details, credentials and support organizations under authority; organization and focus, appropriate links to outside sites, and relevant contents under purpose; both selective and comprehensive navigation options, comprehensive illustrations, and satisfying details of the items under coverage; currency in terms of items’ updates i.e. latest arrivals in the market; clear, precise and complete pieces of information for the purpose of the site’s objectivity; and finally it provides reliable, accurate, correct and satisfying content on each and every item. In support of the key characteristics that facilitate Adidas portal’s effectiveness in its roles in business... Website Evaluation...
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Shakespeare's Mystery Identity
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...authorship and the reality of the individual “William Shakespeare” (Zhang 84). The first and most common point of interest that those who do not believe William Shakespeare was an individual capable of such works of poetic symbolism and colorful language point to is the fact that the William Shakespeare that exists in recorded history did not possess a formal education. As such, individuals who approach the issue from this particular standpoint Harold the fact that even though William Shakespeare could have been self educated, his... ?Regardless of their nature, conspiracy theories are, by their very nature, engaging. If it were not for the fact that conspiracy theories and alternate views of history...
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Literature, Intertextuality
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...authorship debatable. According to Barthes, the text [is] woven entirely with citations, references, echoes, cultural languages . . . which cut across it through and through in a vast stereophony. . . The citations which go to make up a text are anonymous, untraceable, and yet already read 1(Barthes 194-5) If intertextuality is a problematization of the inside-outside ratio of the text and context game, a classic example would... Running Head: Intertextuality Intertextuality in 'Like the Night' by Alejo Carpentier and 'Dunyazadiad' by John Barth Rajeev Bhattacharjee Academia Research In post modern fiction, a text is seen as a parsimonious plural where numerous voices hold dialogues with each oth...
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How diverse is the pentateuch and what difference does it make
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...authorship of the Pentateuch There are several passages in the Pentateuch and the Bible that led... ?How Diverse is the Pentateuch and What Difference Does it Make? I. Introduction: What is the Pentateuch? Pentateuch, or the first five books of the Bible is also known as the Book of Moses. It has been thought that they contain the laws and instructions of God given to the people of Israel through Moses, hence Pentateuch’s other name “Book of Moses”. In the Pentateuch, the Israelites were appointed as the chosen people of God and the beneficiary of the Ark of Covenant and laid down the foundation of the coming of the Messiah in the presence of Jesus Christ. II. Passages in the Bible that suggests Moses...
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Discuss the value of Homers Iliad for the historian
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...authorship of it. For instance, in book five... lliad by Homer lliad is an epic Homeric poem that reveals the story of the Trojan War and the battle of Troy, an event in Greek mythology when the gods still visited mortals. It tells of Achilles and his immense fury towards King Agamemnon (Bryant, 6). In an attempt to get information to get from the poem, historians experience numerous challenges. First, the poem was written in Fitzgerald language when alphabetic writing was introduced to Greece, it therefore becomes hard to correctly translate the poem using modern alphabets as this leads to lose of originality. Second, in narration of the poem, there exist inconsistencies pertaining to the authorship o...
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David Auburns Proof: A Literary Analysis
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...authorship. The legacy inherited by Catherine coupled... with the question of proof, constitutes the underlying motif of the play and this raises an important question - Did Catherine inherit her father's genius and his madness or merely the latter And the answer to this holds the key to another question - is the question of the proof's authorship fully resolved in Catherine's favor The former question is easy to answer. Throughout the play one sees precious little of her implied genius, whereas from the onset her rather alarming instability is evident. From this it follows that Catherine's claim to the proof rests on shaky ground that will not hold water, when subjected to...
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The Four Gospels and their Traditional Authors
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...authorship of the Gospels, as well as the textual interrelations that undeniably exist between them in terms of their sources, has become an important issue in scholarly discussion of the New Testament. In particular, the close agreement of Matthew and Luke with Mark, and, where they differ with Mark, with each other, establishes some sort of dependency among them, hence they are called the Synoptic Gospels, while John has a far more independent... Peter (5:13). The tradition that associated Mark with the authorship of the Gospel is post Biblical. In the middle of the second century Papias the Bishop of Hierapolis in Asia Minor collected saying of Jesus from his presbyters...
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The Book of Proverbs
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...Authorship of this Book is traditionally attributed to Solomon, the legendary wise king in approximately 900 B.C.,who had led Israel to the forefront... of economics, culture, politics and spirituality, making him uniquely qualified to author over three thousand proverbs (1 King 4:32) that grace this Book. "A Rabbinic teaching asserts that the Israelite king wrote Song of Songs in his youth, Proverbs in middle age, and Ecclesiastes towards the end of his life (MidrashShir ha-Shirim, i. I, 10)" (Cohen, xii) Most of those credited to him are found in the Book of Proverbs, in the following parts: 1:1-9:18,10:1-22:16 , and his authorship is specifically mentioned in the first...
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History of the Gospel of Mark
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...authorship and date of the gospel of Mark comes from the writing of Eusebius of Caesarea. Wettereau (as cited in Wikipedia) proposes that Eusebius of Caesarea was the bishop of Caesarea. Eusebius is often referred to as the father of Church history because of his recording of the history of the early Christian Church. Eusebius used... History of Mark The gospel of Mark is the second book of the New Testament. It is one of the four books of the gospel of Jesus Christ in the Holy Bible. The history of this book is interesting and at times controversial in nature. This essay will attempt to analyze the findings of some major scholars in the field of early Church history. Of the four gospels, Mark is the sh...
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