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  • Halucenigenic Plants - 1,588 words
    Halucenigenic Plants Man has used hallucinogenic plants for thousands of years, probably since he began gathering plants for food. The hallucinogens have continued to receive the attention of civilized man through the ages. Recently, we have gone through a period during which sophisticated Western society has "discovered" hallucinogens, and some sectors of the society have taken up, for some reason or another, the use of such plants. This trend may be destined to continue. It is important for us to learn a much as we can about hallucinogenic plants. A great amount of scientific literature has been published about their uses and effects, but the information is locked away in technical journal ...
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  • Metamorphic Insight Into Dreams - 1,506 words
    ... in his journey back to wholeness. The dream is as follows: Mario Andretti sees John driving and declares that John is Benito Andretti. John knows without a doubt that this is true. The following list of questions given by Dr. Gucciardi will show how recalling John's dream is used as a form of therapy to help him uncover his frustrations and problems concerning the lack of concentration and difficult focusing on tasks. Q- Who is Mario Andretti? A- He is the greatest racing car driver in the world. Q- Who is Benito Andretti? A- He was Mario's little brother who disappeared under mysterious circumstances at the age of 2 or maybe even younger. Q- What would it mean if you were Benito, Mario' ...
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  • Pitfalls Of Relativism - 1,131 words
    ... belligerent culture to speak out against their inhumane actions. This is because, as previously mentioned, the relativist states that one culture's actions cannot be judged as to their morality. A third consequence of practicing relativism is that there cannot be any moral progress in a culture. Since the relativist does not allow for any action of a given culture to be objectively right or wrong, he cannot give the name of progress to any change in a given society. At best, the cultural relativist can only admit to change in that culture. Let the reader consider this example of women's rights. "Throughout most of Western history the place of women in society was very narrowly circumscr ...
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  • Pitfalls Of Relativism - 1,131 words
    ... belligerent culture to speak out against their inhumane actions. This is because, as previously mentioned, the relativist states that one culture's actions cannot be judged as to their morality. A third consequence of practicing relativism is that there cannot be any moral progress in a culture. Since the relativist does not allow for any action of a given culture to be objectively right or wrong, he cannot give the name of progress to any change in a given society. At best, the cultural relativist can only admit to change in that culture. Let the reader consider this example of women's rights. "Throughout most of Western history the place of women in society was very narrowly circumscr ...
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  • The Words Of Jim Morrison - 1,266 words
    ... aos, especially activity that seems to have no meaning. It seems to me to be the road towards freedom - external freedom is a way to bring about internal freedom. ~I like people who shake other people up and make them feel uncomfortable. ~I'd hate to think I'd stop having anything to do with music, but I think that in the future, I'll tend towards an exclusive film involvement. ~I get an instinctive feeling for the film media. I think I'll do pretty well at it. ~I think I was just fed up with the image that had been created around me, which I sometimes consciously, most of the time unconsciously cooperated with. It just got too much for me to really stomach and so I put an end to it in o ...
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  • World Civilizations 1500 - 1,376 words
    World civilizations 1500 March 17, 1999 1. Essay form (7%) 2. Tenochtitlan case study (10%) 3. Mozambique case study (13%) 4. Comparison of Tenochtitlan and Mozambique cases (15%) 5. Summary of the gun powder arguments in Stearns (35%) 6. Discussion and critique of gun powder arguments in the light of the Tenochtitlan and Mozambique case studies (20%) In the past wars were fought to gain land, wealth, and fame. Two such examples of this are the battle of Tenochtitlan and Mozambique. These are two battles that disprove the gun powder superiority theory. Certain countries look to get an advantage, by incorporating such things as guns, canons, and steel armor. Some countries look to gain an adv ...
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