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Puritanism in John Winthrop "A model of Christian Charity"

nearly together in the Bonds of brotherly affection.”(Winthrop, 1996) Also, this can be looked as the love of the community and the attempt of bringing the society more closer to each other. Individuals are as one part of a body, serving God and having love as following:”his love among Christians is a real thing, not imaginary. Secondly: This love is as absolutely necessary to the being of the body of Christ, as the sinews and other ligaments of a natural body are to the being of that body.” (Winthrop, 1996) This kind of spiritual love needed to result in the great influence on the world in the positive manner where community’s needs are the priority and the individual’s desires are in the background. Thus, Winthrop believed that God would bless a nation that lived in obedience to Him and His covenant, likewise God acted with Israel in the Old Testament

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William Shakespeare - Hamlet

Hamlet Shakespeare, William Published: 1599 Categorie(s): Fiction, Drama Source: Feedbooks 1 About Shakespeare: William Shakespeare (baptised 26 April 1564 – died 23 April 1616) was an English poet and playwright, widely regarded as the greatest writer in the English language and the world's pre-eminent dramatist. He is often called England's national poet and the "Bard of Avon" (or simply "The Bard"). His surviv- ing works consist of 38 plays, 154 sonnets, two long narrative poems, and several other poems. His plays have been trans- lated into every major living language, and are performed more often than those of any other playwright. Shakespeare was born and raised in Stratford-upon-Avon. At the age of 18 he married Anne Hathaway, who bore him three children: Susanna, and twins Hamnet and Judith. Between 1585 and 1592 he began a successful career in London as an actor, writer, and part ow

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Aforismid (inglise keeles)

1. A generalist is ignorant from the point of view of a specialist and a specialist is stupid from the point of view of a generalist. 2. All great stupidity is created by geniuses. 3. All stereotypes are true; the fact that you recognize a slur proves that it isn't. 4. Anything you're afraid is true is true. 5. Before most people get to the point of being able to tell their ass from a hole in the ground they're already assholes and it's too late. 6. Concentrating on something important can make you lose track of your soap opera. 7. Debunking the bunk is everyone's responsibility. 8. Don't ask me to pay for anyone else's mistakes. I make enough of my own. 9. Even those who possess real magic must beware of being misled by "magical thinking." 10. Everyone knows what shit tastes like. 11. Exclusive occupancy of a private room is a basic human right. 12. Fair compensation for genius is wealth. 13. God's not perfect, so it's a pretty good bet that you're not, either. 14. Good instit

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TARTUFFE (inglise keelne)

TARTUFFE A COMEDY CHARACTERS MADAME PERNELLE, mother of Orgon ORGON, husband of Elmire ELMIRE, wife of Orgon DAMIS, son of Orgon MARIANE, daughter of Orgon, in love with Valere CLEANTE, brother-in-law of Orgon TARTUFFE, a hypocrite DORINE, Mariane's maid M. LOYAL, a bailiff A Police Officer FLIPOTTE, Madame Pernelle's servant The Scene is at Paris ACT I SCENE I MADAME PERNELLE and FLIPOTTE, her servant; ELMIRE, MARIANE, CLEANTE, DAMIS, DORINE MADAME PERNELLE Come, come, Flipotte, and let me get away. ELMIRE You hurry so, I hardly can attend you. MADAME PERNELLE Then don't, my daughter-in law. Stay where you are. I can dispense with your polite attentions. ELMIRE We're only paying what is due you, mother. Why must you go away in such a hurry? MADAME PERNELLE Because I can't endure your carryings-on, And no one takes the slightest pains to please me. I leave your house, I tell you, quite disgusted; You do the opposi

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On friendship

On Friendship. Diana Albrant IIK Friendship is above reason, for, though you find virtues in a friend, he was your friend before you found them. It is a gift that we offer because we must; to give it as the reward of virtue would be to set a price upon it, and those who do that have no friendship to give. If you choose your friends on the ground that you are virtuous and want virtuous company, you are no nearer to true friendship than if you choose them for commercial reasons. Besides, who are you that you should be setting a price upon your friendship? It is enough for any man that he has the divine power of making friends, and he must leave it to that power to determine who his friends shall be. For, though you may choose the virtuous to be your friends, they may not choose you; indeed, friendship cannot grow where there is any calcul

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Tao Te Ching (Tim Chiu)

Tim Chiu April 4th , 2009 Topics y Lao Zi ­ The Person y Tao Te Ching ­ The Book and the Name y Ch. 1 & 14 ­ Describing the indescribable Tao y Ch. 2 & 11 ­ On duality and Formlessness y Ch. 8 & 78 ­ The Virtues of Water Lao Zi ­ The Person y Real name was Lee Er, who was a highly regarded philosopher of his time y Keen observer of the virtues of Nature and the relationship between man and his environment y Realized the existence of a formless and indescribable origin: Tao y Can not thoroughly analyzed by our thoughts and logic y Its existence gave rise to everything and pervades all that we know y The manifestation of Tao in humans is called our True Nature y Purity and innocence of a child y Spring and Autumn, Warring States Era of the Chou dynasty (~500BC), during a time of turmoil and spiritual disintegration y Decided to ride on the back of a water bu

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History of philosophy

History of Philosophy James Thurlow, Ph.D. 01.02.2012 Books to read · Plato's Republic · G.W.F. Hegel's Philosophy of History 1. Greek philosophy 2. Republic 3. Philosophy of History Ancient Greece - Ancient Greece vs. Persia (300-Herodotus) Salamis - Ancient Greece vs. Troy (Homer-screen writer)Iliad o Achilles- Hero of the heroes (main hero in Greece)- handsome, strong, brave, fast, anger(tema viga), young, bad temper o Agamemnon- son of King Atreus - Olympics - Sculptures- more lifelike, human figures come out of the stone - Greek liked physical beauty - Development of medicine - Greeks are pirates, they steal- high technology - Bad tempered people Men's progress towards freedom. (Hegel) Persia is under emperor Xerxes- slaves, fighting for Xerxes and their country, but it does not mean any

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What is the best age to be?

What is the best age to be? The question we all may ask ourselves time and time again. What is the best age to be? In my opinion there is not a best age and because of that is a question that will always be left unanswered. The life span approach emphasizes developmental change is throughout adulthood as well as childhood. As a 18 year old female I cannot really choose a specific age group that would be best in the life in every aspect, because I have not yet reached certain age periods of my life span development. All ages have great and bad things. When you are a child your freedom is limited and it mostly depends on your parents´ mood at that time. Some examples like where you have to be home at 9.00pm and no TV until you´ve cleaned your room. Also then you have problems, but only the ones generated at school. Childhood has many responsibilities, some we like, some we have to do and some we despise. Responsibilities some of us enjoy doing is homework. We get a sense of pleasur

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