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  • The Role Of Political Correctness In My Writing

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    Aiming to achieve political correctness within my own writing presents challenges, especially in online classrooms without the benefit of relational capital. In other words, writing papers for a faceless audience demands appropriate vocabulary to satisfy the rhetorical context of a written assignment without sacrificing my authentic ideas, expression, and intentions. Considering how a reader may perceive and interact with my content remains as top priority during the all three rounds of editing.

  • Albert Camus' Political Writing and Career

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    Camus’s Political Writing/Career Through his political writing, Camus expresses a variety of philosophical ideologies that are in many ways similar to those expressed in “The Stranger.” In the writing, Camus explores various ideas that are reflective of how society appears to him. * 1943 Joined a French resistance called the “Combat” who opposed the Nazis. Had an underground newspaper; Camus became the editor, under the name “Beauchard,” criticized French collaboration with the Nazis ”Now

  • Hobbes Writings Of Political And Moral Philosophy

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    Hobbes writings of political and moral philosophy remain some of the most influential and important reference points in contemporary affairs. One drive in human nature, fear, is a central theme in his works regarding political thought. His thesis works with ideas that order consists of existing harmoniously through avoidance of both danger and the manipulating fear of civil conflict, which can be achieved through our entire faith in single, unaccountable sovereignty of a person or group. Firstly

  • Hobbes Writings Of Political And Moral Philosophy

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    Hobbes writings of political and moral philosophy remain some of the most influential and important reference points in contemporary affairs. One drive in human nature, fear, is a central theme in his works regarding political thought. His thesis works with ideas that order consists of existing harmoniously through avoidance of both danger and the manipulating fear of civil conflict, which can be achieved through our entire faith in single, unaccountable sovereignty of a person or group. Firstly

  • Comparing Machiavelli And Hobbes ' Political Writings And The Leviathan

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    roots in violent historical times which are seen reflected in their respective theories about the use of violence in politics. The legitimate use of violence is a topic addressed by both theorists in their respective works, as read in Selected Political Writings and The Leviathan. Who has the monopoly over the use of violence, what its terms of use are, and what the consequences of its use are, are distinct from the works of both Machiavelli and Hobbes. Hobbes’ believed that the world, as well as humanity

  • The Influences of Selected Political Writings by Machiavelli and Leviathan by Hobbes

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    in an attempt to gain a political position in the new government that was being established in Italy by the Medici family. Although his book did not get him in to a governmental position like he was hoping for, the book he wrote would become very influential to many others. The One thing that does set his book apart from other philosophers is that he wrote the book not on how things should be, but how things need to be in order for one to keep power and order. The writing of The Prince however, did

  • The Basic Political Writings Written By Jean Jacques Rousseau

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    In the book The Basic Political Writings written by Jean-Jacques Rousseau, Rousseau in the beginning of the book states a very important question that he hopes to answer in parts throughout the book, the question being: What is the origin of inequality among men, and is it authorized by the natural law? Rousseau takes a different approach than all the other philosophers on trying to figure out the origin of man and their so-called inequality. Rousseau’s point of view on the state of nature differs

  • The Political Writings Of Thomas Hobbes, John Locke And Jean Jacques Rousseau

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    The political writings of Thomas Hobbes, John Locke and Jean-Jacques Rousseau focus a great deal of their work discussing various views of the state of nature, and the human nature for the establishment of political authority. These three theorists have many differing opinions of the purpose and reality of the state of nature, the purpose of government and the impact of founders and how men secure their rights. In the Leviathan, Hobbes believes that the state of nature is a constant state of war

  • Social and Political Aspects in Kipling and Dickens' Writing Styles

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    Social and Political Aspects in Kipling and Dickens' Writing Styles The Victorian period started from 1830 to 1901, and it was known for various aspects. These aspects are distributed between authors and writers of this era. The Victorian period is so called due to Queen Victoria who ruled Britain successfully, and the city of London expanded from about two million people to six and a half at the time of her death. Charles Dickens and Rudyard Kipling are representatives of Victorian literature;

  • Writing Style Of George Orwell

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    Eighty-Four (1949). Even though he died shortly after writing Nineteen Eighty-Four, his popularity skyrocketed with his last published book. To this day, both books are still very popular for their political commentaries. According to Brain Pickings editor, Maria Popova, “George Orwell was a man of unflinching idealism who made no apologies for making his convictions clear, be they about the ethics of journalism, the universal motives of writing, or the golden rules for making tea, ...” He influenced

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