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  • President George W. Bush's Use of Pathos, Logos, and Ethos Essay

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    Throughout George W. Bush's political career he has implored the use of Aristotle's tripod, which we like to call it. This tripod is a rhetoric which implies that persuasion relies on three things, which are ethos, pathos, and logos. Logos is devoted solely to logic and reason. While on the other hand, pathos deals with attitudes and beliefs. Perhaps the most important one which pertains to George W. Bush is something called ethos, that is to say the branch of the tripod which deals with the personal

  • Reflections At Keppel Bay Analysis

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    In the lecture ‘The language of Architecture’ by Daniel Libeskind, he talks about communicating through light, proportion and material and shares with us his insights and projects that he has worked on or his work in progress. ‘Reflections at Keppel bay’ presents a radical project with the idea of creating a home that is unique, different from the sense of conformity and overpopulation that is observed in residential developments. The double curvature of the structure is a functional idea which

  • The World Trade Towers On 9 / 11 Memorial And Museum

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    Memorial and Museum The New York Times, interviewed Barbara Pickell, a sales representative who was the employed at Blue Cross Company at the World Trade Towers on 9/11, recalled that “Everybody started screaming because they could see people jumping out of the building” (“Witness to Apocalypse”). Approximately 3000 people lost their lives in the World Trade Center attacks (Templeton and Lumley). Many vanished in the debris, leaving families and friends no time to say goodbye. The 9/11 Memorial and Museum

  • Architecture of the New Capitalist Society

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    Architecture of the New Capitalist Society INTRODUCTORY THEME Daniel Libeskind 's winning design for the new World Trade Center takes a sentimental and metaphorical approach. He claims that the completed WTC would become the representation of America 's belief in humanity, its need for individual dignity, and its beliefs in the cooperation of human. Libeskind 's original design focused on restoring the spiritual peak to the New York City and creating an icon that speaks of America 's vitality

  • I Attended The 9 / 11 Memorial Museum

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    was also expected that this 9/11 Memorial Museum would have a lot more emotion in it than others, being the tragedy was as recent as 15 years and 1 month ago to the T. That expectation was definitely confirmed from the second I reached the World Trade Center site. After arriving and going through the security screenings, I proceeded to go down the stairs, entering the exhibit itself. Before even observing anything specific, it was immediately realized that this was no typical museum. Most people know

  • Construction Of An Islamic Community Center At 51 Park Street

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    community center at 51 Park Street. This community center would be in close proximity of the site of the terrorist attack on the World Trade Center during 9/11. Many people argued that the community center should not be built in such close proximity to the site of the attack. These people believed that the construction of the community center would be insensitive to the those who mourned over the deaths of loved ones. The land surrounding the attack is sacred to Americans. It is a site where people

  • The World Trade Center 's South Tower

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    Manhattan. Fifteen minutes later flight 175 departs and is also taken over by five terrorists and rerouted to Manhattan. At precisely 8:46 A.M. the hijackers crashed flight 11 into floor 93 of the World Trade Center’s north tower and just seventeen minutes later at 9:03 A.M. Flight 175 crashes into the World Trade Center’s south tower. Within a twenty-minute span thousands of people were dead and the number grew as safety personnel continued to help evacuate people from not only the building but the city

  • The Twin Towers

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    and now they know they will not get them back again. This is a day that no-one and the world will never forget because what happened there was terrible and horrific. On that day there were a lot of heroes that some people did not know that helped them. Tis attack shocked a lot of people because they didn’t know that terrorist were capable of doing this. This troubled America but most important it disturb the world because they what they saw on their was so horrific that they wished it didn 't happened

  • The Ground Zero Mosque: An Insult to America Essay

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    September 11, 2001, one of the most infamous and controversial dates in the history of the United States will be engraved in the minds of millions forever and is once more a resurfacing issue. On this horrendous date in time, Islamic terrorists hijacked a pair of commercial airplanes and flew them into the Twin Towers, murdering thousands and causing millions in damage. Nearly a decade later, an Islamic religious group named the Cordoba Initiative is stirring up more trouble and is planning to construct

  • 9/11 Informational Essay

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    World Trade Center Attack September 11, 2001 was not just any ordinary day for the citizens of the United States and the city of New York, but a devastating attack that has put us all in shock and fear. As all of you know, the Tuesday that this country was ambushed and attacked destructively by terrorists, was one of the saddest days America has ever seen. Not only did it affect the people that were in the World Trade Center Towers and the loved ones who unfortunately passed away, but it affected