insatiable curiosity, used the literary form of the 'essay ' in an attempt to capture the world in its entirety and its diversity: every thought, every experience, and every inquiry in their work questions the intrinsic value of humanity. The intelligence and imagination of these two essayists becomes a 'small universe ', in which the individual can articulate the way in which humans think about the world and their relation to it. Montaigne 's essay, "Of Experience" (1580-92), and Bacon 's "Of Studies"
HUMAN BEINGS AND NATURE DURING THE REVOLUTION OF THE MIND "Enlightenment is man's release from his self-incurred tutelage. Tutelage is man's inability to make use of his understanding without direction from another. Self-incurred is this tutelage when its cause lies not in lack of reason but in lack of resolution and courage to use it without direction from another. Dare to Know! Have courage to use your own reason!- that is the motto of enlightenment." -Immanuel Kant, 1784 (1) From the
A Role for Religion in Public Service ABSTRACT: In this paper I discuss recent scholarly work on ideology, mostly by Europeans, that exposes a secularist bias in current political theory, invites a nonderogatory concept of religion, and (I argue) justifies more flexible church/state relations. This work involves (1) redefining ideology as any action-oriented ideas, whether destructive or ameliorative, including both secular theory and religion, then (2) drawing on hermeneutical and critical
The Redress of Poetry by Seamus Heaney Q1. How does Seamus Heaney evoke out the importance of poetry regarding its redressing effect? Elaborate with reference to his special lecture that he delivered at Oxford. OR Seamus Heaney discusses the concept of poetry from a number of angles. Discuss. OR How has Heaney defended poetry in his “The Redress of Poetry?” OR Which arguments does Heaney put forward in defence of poetry and how do those arguments place poetry on a higher place? OR Poetry helps the