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Grand Inquisitor and Jesus
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...Inquisitor and Jesus The grand inquisitor is a poem by Ivan which he recites after rebellion. It is a story of Jesus returning to earth during the Spanish inquisition. He as referred to him by Ivan performs miracles just like in the gospel and the people recognize him and adore him. He is later arrested by the inquisition leaders and sentenced to be burnt to death the following day. The Grand inquisitor then visits him and tells him that his return will interfere with the mission of the church and that the church no longer needs him (Fyodor 25). The Grand inquisitor rejects Jesus based on the three temptations that Satan used to tempt Christ during the temptation of Christ. The temptations... Grand...
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Response on The Grand Inquisitor
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...Inquisitor The Grand Inquisitor by Fyodor Dostoyevsky explores the philosophical approach of human nature in regard to its freedom exercised in religious perspectives. Dostoyevsky (3) shows the coming back of Jesus Christ on earth where he does miracles of saving the people from their misery, pain and frustrations. However, the story reflects the savior of the people meeting opposition from the religious authorities of the church when the great inquisitor arrests Christ and takes him to prison. He leaves the people he had been attending to hopeless, fearful and worried. This were the same people who really longed for the coming back of the savoir in regard to their torments... and...
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The Grand Inquisitor - The Hidden Meaning
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...Inquisitor- The Hidden Meaning The Grand Inquisitor is a Chapter from Dostoevsky’s famous novel The Brothers Karamazof. The Brothers Karamazof happened to be the last novel that flowed out from the pen of such a greater thinker and story teller. In the extract under consideration, one of the three brothers in the story, Ivan, who happens to be an atheist and a materialist, tries to explain to his younger brother Alyosha, this particular conception which he intends to cast into a poem. The pivotal scene in this extract is set in the 15th century Spain, during the time of infamous and notorious Inquisition. The theme of this extract... of the of the Concerned Religion and Theology 29 November The Grand...
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The Grand Inquisitor by Fyodor Dostoevsky
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...Inquisitor: The Grand Inquisitor is part of the stories found in the book by Fyodor Dostoevsky entitled Brothers Karamozov. Dostoevsky concerns himself in analyzing the psychological consequences of engaging in crime, and the moral consequences of engaging in such kind of vices. In the grand Inquisitor, the characters question the validity of religion, free will and morality. The main dilemma that these characters ask, is it prudent for man, to observe the laws of religion? The other questions that linger on the minds of these people is whether they should take the role of God, and ignore the various religious believes or traditions. The poet identifies the various degrees of freedom... The Grand...
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The Quest for Justice: THe individual v. State Authority
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...Inquisitor to Jesus, “Thou didst desire man’s free love, that he should follow Thee freely…in place of the rigid ancient law, man must hereafter, with free heart, decide for himself what is good and what is evil, having only Thy image before him as guide” [The Grand Inquisitor, p. 28] II... The Quest for Justice: The Individual v ity I. Introduction The quest for justice have been one of humankinds obsession since time immemorial. The Bible which is the oldest historical account of the human and religion their ancient rules and law gives us an account on how rigid the law have been before the coming of Christ. The spring board of our following discussion therefore, will be the statement of the Grand Inq...
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Manifestation of Catholicism in colonial Brazil
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...inquisitor general who was the president of the general council, oversaw the activities of other tribunals ion his jurisdiction. However, in case of matters relating to the policies and procedures, the general and the general council reined supremacy, unless the pope... Manifestation of Catholicism in Colonial Brazil Roman Catholicism, having been the main religion in Brazil since the beginning of 16th century, makes Brazil the country with the highest number of Catholics in the world. Jesuits missionaries, having introduced the religion among the Brazilians, and early Portuguese settlers having observed the religion, contributed to its dominance over time. it was however the lack of freedom of religion ...
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An overview of Western Civilization
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...Inquisitor”, Fyodor Dostoevsky boldly scrutinized it with an aim of “an attack to the Catholic Church”. Apart from a system of education and religion mentioned earlier, Western Civilization promoted values and issues such as rational argument, human rights, equality, democracy and free thought. Regarding the last, the prose gave nothing but a wide array of reflections. One point in the prose states, “…gift of freedom with which the ill-fated creature is born” (Dostoevsky). The gift of freedom stemmed out from Jesus Christ’s choice when he was on earth, at a time when Satan approached him in the mountains to tempt him. The three temptations to Christ, were first, the...
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Voltaire
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...inquisitor who also has a mistress. Additionally, there is a Jesuit colonel who also has homosexual personality characteristics. All of these characters are introduced in the novel in subtle ways, but by not overly highlighting their hypocrisy the viewed is allowed to experience it more thoroughly References Bottiglia, William F. "Candides Garden". PMLA 66 (5): 718–733. 1951. Voltaire. Candide. New York: Penguin Classics. 1992.... One of Voltaire’s most prominent considerations is the use of satire to expose s, individuals, ideas, and anything else valued by society. Perhaps the most notable such examples occur in Voltaire’s text Candide. In these regards, Voltaire implements hyperbole in his...
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Both Dostoevsky and Kierkegaard are considered existential theists, yet their form of theism is a radical departure and critique of traditional religious beliefs and institutions. Explain how this radical theism develops into an expression of exi
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...inquisitor by Dostoevsky, the Inquisitor poses the question- who is right; “Thou who didst reject, or he who offered?” He further elaborates that, by the he who offered turning stones to bread, the individual is deprived off their free choice since they are bribed and in case they rebel and reject the offer they will die of hunger. Similarly, in criticizing traditional theism mainly the Roman Catholics and the Jesuits- which the observed... of learning: Philosophy Theism is founded on the belief in the existence of at least on god. Therefore, it does not matter how many gods an individual believes in neither does it depend upon how one defines or understands the term ‘god’ or on how one arrives at...
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Film The Name of the Rose
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...Inquisitor, to an Italian Benedictine Abby 2. What is the significance of the murdered monks that were translators, copyists and illustrators What is the message behind these murders Why are people who work with the transmission of culture and knowledge being murdered 3. The girl and Salvatore are accused of witchcraft by Bernardo Gui [the Inquisitor], what does that say about the role of truth in this movie Is she a sorcerer Why does William of Baskerville allow her to be burned when she was poor and innocent 4... because it usually leads to false confessions (Eco, 1983). His belief was confirmed by Remigio's confession. After Bernard Gui threatened to torture him, he broke down and...
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Witchcraft Trials
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...inquisitors appointed by the church for putting to trial and punishing persons accused as witches, had complete power to punish “the aforesaid persons for their said offences and crimes” (1484). It is clear from the above statement itself that no proof is demanded by the church in order to prove such people guilty. It is based on the “said offences” that the inquisitor could punish any... When one goes through the ideas presented by Innocent VIII (1484), Johannes Nider (1476) and in the excerpt from the Malleus Maleficarum (1486), it cannot be believed that anyone accused of being a witch would have ever received a fair trial. First of all, the Papal Bull issued by Innocent VIII had declared that the...
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Read Voltaire's epic satire Candide and write a short paper on the following topic. Essays should be TYPED and DOUBLE-SPACED,
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...inquisitor saw Cunegonde at mass, he admired her so much that he instructed the court banker to take Cunegonde in, and the two men would be sharing... no. Voltaire’s Candide- satirical analysis of hypocrisy In Voltaire’s Candide, the explores the life in Europe during the enlightenment period, while at the same time addressing issues that needed to be reformed. One of the pertinent issues that needed revolutionizing had to do with the hypocritical nature of the European population. Ranging from hypocritical religious leaders, and political leaders, to hypocritical men, the whole of Europe was utterly hypocritical. This hypocrisy, in Voltaire’s view, needed to be stumped out so as to transform life in...
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Film Forbidden Games
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...Inquisitor in Dostoevsky's The Brothers Karamazov: "Without a stable conception of the object of life, man would not consent to go on living . . ."2 Paulette's need to make sense of her parents' death, as well as her... Existentialism in Forbidden Games Ah, love, let us be true To one another! for the world . . . Hath neither joy, nor love nor light, Nor certitude, nor peace, nor help for pain; And we are here as on a darkling plain Swept with confused alarms of struggle and flight, Where ignorant armies clash by night.1 When Victory in Europe was declared in 1945, most of the world was still unaware of what Germany had perpetrated in the European countryside; V.E. Day jubilation di...
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Euro Civ paper: Forbidden Games
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...Inquisitor in Dostoevsky’s The Brothers Karamazov: “Without a stable conception of the object of life, man would not consent to go on living . . .”2 Paulette’s need to make sense of her parents’ death, as well as her... Existentialism in Forbidden Games Ah, love, let us be true To one another! for the world . . . Hath neither joy, nor love nor light, Nor certitude, nor peace, nor help for pain; And we are here as on a darkling plain Swept with confused alarms of struggle and flight, Where ignorant armies clash by night.1 When Victory in Europe was declared in 1945, most of the world was still unaware of what Germany had perpetrated in the European countryside; V.E. Day jubilation dimm...
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The Spanish Expulsion in 1942
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...Inquisitor Tomas de Torquemada was appointed. (Thomsett 149) There were still Muslim centres all over the Kingdom. When the Edict of Alhambra was read, the Muslims no longer had the same protection as they did under the Treaty of Grenada. Grenada was the last stronghold of Moorish control of the Iberian Peninsula. The Ottoman Empire had sent soldiers to fight but the Christian soldiers after 700 years of fighting won. At the end of 1491, a Treaty was drawn and Muslims and other refugees were taken to North Africa. The "Reconquista" was declared finished the 2nd of January 1492. (Thormett 127) The Treaty of 1492 was signed. The Muslims and the Jews... ? Thesis: 1492 is known to most as the year...
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Optimism is a Farce in Candide
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...Inquisitor, through “auto-da-fe” forces a Jew to share his house and Cunegonde with him (Voltaire 32). When the Inquisitor and the Jew also die: “…the Inquisitor was interred... 11 September Optimism is a Farce in Candide Optimists have it worse than pessimists because they prepare for the best andso fail in having the best. This is one of Voltaire’s strongest messages in his comedic novel, Candide. Candide is the naive protagonist of the story. The fact that he is an illegitimate son already foreshadows a future of misfortunes. For a long time, he trusts his teacher, Pangloss, whose philosophy emphasizes that people already exist in the “best of all possible worlds” and that this perfect world is only...
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Job Application
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...inquisitor regarding balance billing, letter of credible coverage, or explaining to a provider why a claim is either denied correctly or paid correctly, and to submit an appeal if it’s an appealable denial. Be it a correspondence in STELLENT or PCDUO, I would carefully analyze each requests and cross reference it to the CHAMPVA policy manual and CSC... e) Explain in detail your written communication skills to obtain needed information to respond to inquiries and provide information. My work involves processing requests and inquiries from providers and beneficiaries to CPD thus my written communication skills are used through a “reprocessing worksheet” and in drafting letters to the respondents...
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Optimism Like A Farce In Candide
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...Inquisitor, by virtue of “auto-da-fé” bullies a Jew to share... Optimism Like A Farce In Candide Voltaire satirizes optimism per se and humanity’s perverse nature and their abominable social and political institutions in his novel, “Candide.” Candide is a naïve, illegitimate son, and for some time, he believes in his teacher, Pangloss, who claims that the “best of all possible worlds” already exists and it is only waiting for people to enjoy it (Voltaire 2). Pangloss justifies that the causes of people’s tribulations should be seen as the means of producing the best of all worlds. After Candide’s brief kiss with Cunegonde, however, life goes downhill for him, as well as the other main characters, such as...
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An Analysis of the reasons for the catholic Church's Ban of the Book Candide by Voltaire
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...inquisitor. In anger, Candide killed the Jewish merchant and Cunegund's inquisitor. He escaped to South America with Cunegund and the old woman. This was seen as a clear criticism of inquisition which the some Catholic states like Spain and Portugal was seriously practicing at the time the book was published. The negative comments against the inquisition was seen as blasphemous because in the eyes of the Catholics, the inquisition was just an effort by the 'good' people of the Catholic Church to save the souls of non-believers from eternal damnation. The old woman with them in telling her story stated that she... ?AN ANALYSIS OF THE REASONS FOR THE CATHOLIC CHURCH'S BAN OF THE BOOK CANDIDE BY VOLTAIRE...
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Adversarial vs Inquisitorial
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...inquisitors into their systems. Other countries in Europe including France apply the inquisitorial system. The system tackles the determination of guilt or innocence in a different manner. Because, other users continue to incorporate inquisitors is reason enough that the system is better if not has essential elements. The British System is a good example where changes in the Criminal Procedures Act 2011 included the use of inquisitors. The law centres... Adversarial vs. Inquisitorial in Canada The two Models Canada, as most British colonies, applies the adversarial legal system adopted from the English framework. The two advances are either inquisitorial or adversarial. Canada should take steps in...
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...Inquisitor who... Candide Paradox Candide Questions Question The novel Candide is arguably contradictory or paradoxical book. The main theme is about education and enlightenment but at the same it is critical of philosophy as reflected in the presentation of Pangloss and his fate. Such satire makes one wonder how the author aims to educate the readers. For instance in chapter four, Candide is roaming and comes across a sick man who happens to be Pangloss. The philosopher is suffering from syphilis and the two shares an emotional reunion. However, in his thoughts Candide begins to question whether this is the best of the worlds. On the hand, Pangloss tries to come up with a philosophical fallacy to...
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There is an early section of the MacPherson Report which sets out how the Inquiry is to proceed, and which emphasises an adversarial approach, and offers limited immunity. Why and how is this section significant in shaping the depth and scope of the Inqui
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...inquisitor approach has many weaknesses that inhibit the diligent process of guaranteeing sustainable evidence in the case determination. On the hand, the adversarial legal process of inquiry... How AdversariaL Approach Affects the Depth and Scope of Inquiry College How AdversariaL Approach Affects the Depth and Scopeof Inquiry The inquiry of Stephen Lawrence’ murder is a process that started way back in the year 1993, but has yet to be decided. Stephen Lawrence, a black American, was murdered by a group of white youths in the company of his friend Duwayne Brooks. Following this murder, the Metropolitan Police Service (MPS) initiated an investigation in the matter with the aim of granting justice to the...
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Satire in Voltaire's Candide vs. Swift's Gulliver's Travel
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...Inquisitor, the Friar, and the Jesuit Priest, in “Candide... and Contrast between the Satires in Voltaire's Candide vs. Swift's Gulliver's Travel In the novels “Candide” and “Gulliver’s Travels” both Voltaire and Jonathan Swift have distorted the reality that the readers’ are very familiar with in a way to make it ridiculous (sometimes disgusting) and simultaneously “funny, comical, something no reasonable person would engage in” (Johnston 3). Obviously in their works the distortion of reality engages their readers to view something different that apparently keeps itself hidden beneath the surface of the familiar one. When this distortion is clearly visible in “Gulliver’s Travels”, it is subtle and inher...
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Spanish Golden Age Painting
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...Inquisitor Don Fernando Nino de Guevara" and Velsquez's famous "Portrait of "Pope Innocent X" and "Las Meninas." In the case of the female Anguissola it will be shown how her class as a noble woman and her piety in a Spain after Isabella, when the Virgin cult was flourishing, helped her to be recognized in court circles at a time when female artists were almost non-existent, and on the other hand, how she was restricted by her gender. In the case of El Greco the fact that he was a foreigner in Toledo at a time when the Counter Reformation was combined... "Portraiture is such a calculating art of (mis)representation that no beholder can be completely innocent." (R.Brilliant)....
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Home work communication
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...inquisitor a lesson showing how noble you were to adopt. Also, it is important not to allow strangers to separate you and your child when questioning you. There are many instances where the question results in an ‘us’ versus ‘them’ type of discussion; where the Caucasian parents are obviously included in the ‘us’ category. This is emotionally damaging for the child. When you perceive that you are about to get a rude question, you can find ways of stopping the conversation from happening. Most adults have a way of inherently knowing when a stranger is looking for a way to start a conversation with them. As a parent, you can stop any conversation from taking place... ? Journalism, Mass Media and...
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Doing History
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...inquisitor with the accused, that is, Coras with Arnaud. In such a situation the “Arrest Memorable” can’t be perceived as the true source any longer. In this respect Davis wonders “Where does reconstruction stop and invention begin?”(Finlay 569). The researcher thinks that the ambivalences are everywhere, and they need thorough consideration. The next point of contrasting views of Finlay and Davis, as for the case of Martin Guerre, is their understanding of the motivations of the French peasants of 16th century. Even if the examples of Bertrande and Arnaud are only ones taken for consideration, there is a key... number 3 March The Different Interpretations of the Understanding of the Story of ...
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Failed Illusion by Charles Gati
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...inquisitor who tries to finish off his abhorrent adversaries. As a writer having analytical insight, Gati distinguishes the reality of events from the myths and speculations. Consequently, critics recognizes Gati’s endeavor as an important one. As a member of 1956 Institute, Charles Gati describes the major events, lives of revolutionary leaders, policies of Imre Nagy’s government and the role of United States in the 1956 revolt. As a result of this, a reader can find the elements of a memoir in the book all the way through author’s presentation of personal interviews, judicious observation, and illuminating anecdotes. In the same way, Gati draws on a wealth of archival evidence... ?Failed Illusion by...
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Socrates
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...inquisitor begins with a position of not knowing anything but leads the questioning.7 At times, though, he uses ambiguous, but well-chosen examples in his discourses. They may even be counterintuitive or poorly supported claims, but he uses them with discernment... ?The Wisdom of Socrates Introduction Ancient wisdom is often associated with philosophers who ventured out into the world sharing their thoughts and ideas to anyone who would care to listen. One of the most influential philosophers in history is Socrates, who has mentored the likes of Plato. This paper will discuss Socrates’ views and the timeless wisdom he exhibited during his time. Body Socrates is most revered by people although he does not ...
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Candide by Voltare and Utopia by Thomas More
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...Inquisitor who has a mistress and the Franciscan friar... People dream of having a perfect world, an ideal society, different from the present world that we have right now. Because of the many conflicts and issues that the existing world is experiencing, people dream of a perfect society with no sadness, disappointment and evils. And with this thinking, Voltaire and Thomas More presented their own perception of an ideal society through their works, Candide and Utopia, respectively. Through their works, they created an ideal world very much different from their own worlds they were living in at those times. Their worlds were created in the basis of equality, justice and contentment of the people living w...
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Voltaire's Candide
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...Inquisitor, yet she acknowledges the state of affairs, which is ridiculous. The most fascinating mocking comments in Candide refer to non-Christians - most prominently, to Muslims and Jews. In the Dictionary of Philosophy, Voltaire called Jews the most abominable people in the world and Muslims tyrants over women and enemies of the arts. This approach is reproduced in Candide. Don Issachar, Cunegonde's master, is portrayed as a "hot-tempered...Jew...who had a passionate taste for women... ? Voltaire’s Candide: Female Characters Voltaire’s Candide: Female Characters Introduction As far as, themes and characterizations are concerned, Candide is a marvelous piece of writing. It has various levels of its...
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Modern philosphy
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...inquisitor would be making is essentially how the nonphysical mind would be able to control the physical mind? This has frequently been used against the theory of Cartesian dualism but it does not in any way... From antiquity to contemporary times, Rene Descartes has been popularly considered as the father of modern philosophy; among other things, the French philosopher was the pre-eminent figure in the development of rationalism. This school of thought stressed on the use of reason as the true means through which knowledge can be attained, rationalism became one of the dominant knowledge theories along with empiricism and it served as a major pillar for the enlightenment movement in Europe. One of the...
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Humanities
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...Inquisitor. My view of freedom and responsibility as portrayed by Dostoevsky in the Grand Inquisitor is that although it is important for every single individual in a given society be responsible to all other members of the given society. By our being accountable to each other for all things, we will be able... Humanities Discussion Question 4: The importance of challenging existing norms by Dante, Michelangelo, Kierkegaard, Luther and St. Francis, its usefulness to them and how it will help me in considering the meaning of life. By challenging the existing norms of life that had been laid down throughout history, Dante, Michelangelo, Luther, St. Francis and Kierkegaard were able to successfully develop ...
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The Return of Martin Guerre
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...inquisitors to extract a “confession” from the accused. There were other crimes besides heresy, which included sodomy and blasphemy. That would have been the crime Bertrande Guerre was accused of, for blasphemy included sexual morality offenses. It made little difference if one did confess, for the lack of confession was also considered an admission of guilt. Such was the fear of persecution that the citizens lived with constantly. Considering The Return of Martin Guerre there are very slight differences between... ? Religion and Theology John Jones June 6, The Return of Martin Guerre After the French film The Return of Martin Guerre in 1982, Natalie Zemon Davis wrote a novel to accompany it in 1983. An...
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Sorceress and The Holy Greyhound: Saint Veneration in Twentieth Century Film
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...Inquisitor Steven of Bourbon who not only destroyed the bones and shrine of the holy dog but also punished all of its followers. However the portrayals of the saints of the medieval period are in quite contrast. They are supposed to be bound by religion and not humanity. They are more worried about existing... ?Sorceress (1987) and The Holy Greyhound: Saint Veneration in Twentieth century films. Modern day cinema has shown increased affinity towards a plotline undermined by saint veneration. A movie such as Sorceress (1987) is an example that has drawn inspiration from the idea of saint veneration to make the script. The idea of portraying the reasons for which someone is venerated as a saint under the...
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Aestheticism and Modernism
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...Inquisitor objects to Galileo's work, it is not on the basis of its validity, it is on the basis that Galileo's work challenges the moral order established by the church. The result, as feared by the Inquisitor, is that "It is an alarming... Running Head: AESTHETICISM AND MODERNISM Aestheticism and Modernism [The [The of the Aestheticism and Modernism Introduction The modernist period lies from 1900-1950; a time of great progress in art, architecture, music and literature. Modernism, the genre that was associated with this period, featured radical aesthetics, technical experimentation, self-conscious reflexiveness and scepticism of the real world. (Bertolt, 1964, 139) Modernism was a direct response...
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The role of religion in Tartuffe and Candide
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...Inquisitor, Protestant minister, and the Jesuit Baron are occasionally self-righteous and less tending to charity than their secular colleagues. Looking at this era of strong doctrinal believes, this was the unaccepted .The one concession to Voltaire’s sarcasm is James the Anabaptist (Voltaire and Roger, 114). This occurs, and it stems from the datum that the Anabaptists were highly ostracized and persecuted at the era of Voltaire’s writing. On the other hand on his part portrayed the role of religion in his work slightly different as Tartuffe tried as much not to make much fun of role of religion in that era: His work in a way...  Did religion play a superstitious role in “Tartuffe” and “Candide”? ...
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Criminal Justice System of America and Britain
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...inquisitor and his peers. Therefore, it is possible to suppose that a gradual shift to the inquisitional system of justice would result in challenging chain... ?Criminal Justice System of America and Britain Introduction The topic for discussion of this research paper is rather interesting: to compare and contrast criminal justice system of America and England. The citizens of these countries have many opportunities to follow the judicial processes on TV or read in the magazines about them. Still, there are many differences and similarities between the judicial systems in these countries. The first difference occurs, when American lawyers are defense attorneys, notwithstanding that they prefer to call...
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New venture development with the guidance of a mentor
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...inquisitor who has the patience to listen to assimilate valuable knowledge of a mentor. Thinking of the mentee becomes more mature and attitude of the mentee becomes more positive regarding calculated risk taking. During mentoring, the person shares the learning experience blended with personal experience during the stint of entrepreneur with novice entrepreneurs. The individuals can easily develop personal bonding with mentees though responsive behavior... ? New Venture Development of the Question Individuals must possess prior knowledge and the cognitive properties necessary to value such knowledge in order to identify new opportunities - Corbett (473) The above statement is reflecting nature of this...
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Can choose topic, first topic is to compare Pro and Contra and The Russian Monk in Russian Literature class
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...Inquisitor’, he accuses Christ and His granting of freedom for humans to choose on their free-will. He mentions that this has set a high standard for humans, probably conflicting with their ability... s the assignment was due Theodicy There are so many questions regarding God and the existence of evil: Is God willing to prevent evil? Is he able to do so? Then whence is evil? The so-called problem of evil remains the focus for many theological philosophies, which argues against the existence of ‘evil’ and ‘goodness of God’ at relative positions. However, there are little ethical and philosophical assumptions on the stance of ‘God is good’ and ‘existence of evil’ because studying God’s omniscience in this ...
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Comparative essay between a fictional presentation of history in film with a film that purpots to be nonfiction such as a documentary
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...inquisitor of the Spanish Inquisition. The action is presented as a continuous life-story... Film Comparison – Christopher Columbus The modern world has become one that depends to a great extent upon the moving pictures of the television and movie screen for much of its education regarding both the present and the past. In an attempt to reach younger generations with historical knowledge, several media companies have long been producing informative programming with a specific aim toward instruction. However, many of these types of programs remained very dry and factual, based exclusively upon the limited information available and resisting urges to fill gaps with fiction. This restraint is not felt...
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Adversarial System vs Inquisitorial System
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...inquisitor or the adversarial... Adversarial System vs Inquisitorial System There is an ongoing debate concerning which judicial system is better, whether it is adversarial or inquisitorial. Those who support adversarial trials state that it creates an atmosphere that is motivated by the accurate finding of facts as well as providing an advanced quality of legal proceedings. They state that after one side of the proceedings wins the case, there is always a sense of closure for those who have been involved in the case. Moreover, it is always rare to find anyone who has any grievance concerning how the proceedings took place, because they believe that justice has been done. On the other hand, the...
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What personal responsibility do Ferdinand and Isabella bear for the expulsion of the Jews from Spain in 1942
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...Inquisitors only confirmed their fears that converts to Christianity could not be considered secure in the faith until they could be prevented from having any contact with Jews. Shortly after the fall of Granada, with the Muslim threat quashed, and Christian emotion running high, they decided to move for expulsion. Therefore, they bear great personal responsibility, but it should be noted that they were heavily influenced by the Inquisition, and by political developments. It has often been suggested that in the period leading up to the expulsion edict, greater intolerance and anti-Semitism had... What personal responsibility do Ferdinand and Isabella bear for the expulsion of the Jews from Spain in...
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Leadership
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...inquisitor approach in leadership practice generally includes a process of obtaining continuous learning. This implies learning of aspects underpinning courage, strength as well as compassion of each individual. According to Hahn, the philosophical perception of the author significantly believes that each individual has substantial level of strengths, courage and compassion than can be realised (Hahn, 1965). Moreover, he also realises that a continuous process of learning of an individual or environment through natural consequences is a pervasive process for a leader to make effective decisions about various strategic measures (Hahn, 1965). With due regard... Experiential Leadership Table of Contents...
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The Biographical Outlines of Hernando De Valencia, Damiana De Cunha, Enrico Martinez, Micaela Angela Carrillo, Diego Vasicuio and Antonio De Gouveia. Portuguese and Spanish America
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...inquisitors did not approve of a priest who wore ‘clothing plaited with gold under the habit of a heretical Beguin’. They also found the book he used to refer to for his medical practices and many other objects associated with magic. However, the inquisitors may have decided that the case against him was not strong enough and hence released him on bail. He returned to Portugal shortly afterwards, where he applied for membership in the new Society of Jesus. In December 1555, he was received into the order and took the first three vows in the course of a year. He left a year later for inexplicable reasons. He later found residence in the noble household of Dona Isabel de Albuquerque, a sister... ?Aaron...
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Gabriel Garcia Marquez
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...inquisitor, first enters her cell, it “exhalo un vaho de... Gabriel Garcia Marquez maintains that he writes history, not fiction, that his novels are about the unwritten history of his people and land. Needless to say, the fantastical context in which his stories unfold, and which constantly defy readers’ credulity, make the Columbian novelist’s contention quite hard to accept. How is it possible to read One Hundred Years of Solitude as the history of the Columbian banana massacres of 1928, or Del Amor y Otros Demonios, as the history of colonialism and the true story of Saint Cajetan of Thiene and his well-recorded relation with the Augustinian nun, Laura Mignani? Yet, Marquez has repeatedly affirmed ...
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...inquisitor, first enters her cell, it "exhalo un vaho de podredumbre" as Sierva Mara was "generaba su propio muladar."32 However, she... Garcia Marquez maintains that he writes history, not fiction, that his novels are about the unwritten history of his people and land. Needless to say, the fantastical context in which his stories unfold, and which constantly defy readers' credulity, make the Columbian novelist's contention quite hard to accept. How is it possible to read One Hundred Years of Solitude as the history of the Columbian banana massacres of 1928, or Del Amor y Otros Demonios, as the history of colonialism and the true story of Saint Cajetan of Thiene and his well-recorded relation with...
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