Plato’s Myth of Cave

The Myth of the Cave is an allegory used by Plato to demonstrate the degree to which our natures can be enlightened, being the most convincing and original metaphor of idealism.

Plato imagines a group of people who live in a cave, chained to an underground wall so that they are not capable of seeing the light of the sun. Behind those people, there is a fire that burns and illuminated various statues which are moved by others. Their shadows are visible on the wall of the cave in front of the chained people.

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Let’s Analyse Steve Job’s Personality

Without any doubts, Steve Job was an unconventional leader and probably that represents one of the factors that lead to the enormous success of his company. The way he manages his company can’t be defined by a simple characteristic. Some may consider him an aggressive businessman, but more than that he was a kind of a person who would carefully examine all the details and would get directly involved in everything related to this products.

The way he juggled with the marketing industry shows how methodical and intellectual he was. When releasing a product he would even get involved in the way the ad would look and what message would it send. By this, we can determine that he was the kind of leader who knew what the market wanted.

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Science vs. God: An Ontological Argument for the Existence of God!?

The ontology represents that philosophical study that was considered a major branch of philosophy and which tries to bring answers to questions regarding the existence of an entity.

Because of that, the argument of the existence of God was always fascinating for philosophers. St. Anselm who was the archbishop of Canterbury is one of the first people to discuss this problem. His argument has some very hard to deny statements. The first of them is represented by the fact it is generally accepted that God represents the ultimate greater and that there is nothing over God.

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15% of all the adults around the world identify themselves as active smokers!

Based on the latest statistics, around 15% of all the adults around the world identify themselves as active smokers. Every day, thousands of people start smoking cigarettes.  It is also considered that smoking leads to billions of dollars lost for the United States as a result of medical care and loss of productivity.  The most common substances used are tobacco or cannabis and the method consists of either using industrially manufactured cigarettes or hand rolled ones.

Because of the development of science in the latest years, we are more aware of the negative impact it has on our health and also on the people that surround us. Without any doubts, smoking should be either restricted or banned in all public places because of the arguments we are going to discuss in this paper.

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How to open a franchise business in Malaysia?

Franchising is a business concept that allows a brand to expand its reach through a local affiliate who is allowed to carry the brand name and sell the products. This way of doing business has a significant number of advantages for both parties involved and it is an increasingly popular means of starting a business in Malaysia.

Franchise programs in Malaysia are available to locals and foreign investors interested in becoming affiliates of an already existing business overseas. The choices are varied in terms of business sectors, with opportunities in the food and services sectors, the entertainment, and the retail fields.

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How to Write Research Papers

Research papers, they are the bane of any student or academics life!

They require to keep your head screwed whilst getting knee-deep in a subject that is complex, long-winded and hard! It is no wonder that so many students fall at this hurdle, and struggle to produce research papers that make their tutors really think on the subject they have chosen.

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A Writer’s Idea Well

Build your well. Start with a couple of notebooks – a standard sized one and a small one that you can carry with you. I have a third on my nightstand for the ideas that strike at 2 a.m. Ideas spring forth at all times of the day (and night) and from multiple sources. Be prepared to pull them in.

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