When is Art Not Art?

The definition of art is subjective, though famous critics propose that they know what “good” art is. What can we say about art, though, when…

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We Don’t Understand Anything

At the smallest scales of existence, our conceptions of space and time are irrelevant. Say if we went through smaller and smaller scales of our…

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Why Naming is Unimportant

What would the world be like without names, terms, or definitions? Would we, human beings, experience life differently? I believe that we would perceive our…

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The Genius of Stephen Hawking

Astronomy (and astrophysics) has been continually connected directly to the world’s mysteries that have intrigued humanity throughout history. Before the advent of modern physics, people…

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Sexual Topics in Mass Media

If one had to compose a list of the most popular subjects presented in media, sex would be in the top 10 for sure. The…

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The Phenomena of Yellow Journalism

In America, the majority of people start their day with a fresh newspaper or with news on TV to stay aware of the main events…

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Changes in Communication

I often try to comprehend cultural, social, political, moral and other changes that humanity has undergone throughout centuries of its existence and development. To a…

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The Chemistry of Love

Love has been referred to as a sublime feeling as long as written literature has existed. Poets, philosophers, artists, and other representatives of creative professions…

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Office Dangers

The majority of urban populations spend at least eight hours per day in an office. In many of them, working conditions do not assume regular…

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Textbooks and Laptops: Two Aids in Learning

The world has become smaller, figuratively speaking, as telephones, cellular phones, and the internet has invaded most households, thereby also leading to swifter ways of learning, progress,…

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Being Jewish in the USA

Students of American Judaism sometimes become shocked by the statements made by scholar Charles Liebman who pointed out the apparent struggle of Jews to integrate…

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Do Curfews Keep Teens Out of Trouble?

The teenage years of an individual is marked by evaluating one’s values, experiencing a shift in outlooks, and a tendency to act rebellious. It can…

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The Advent of Cloud Computing Technologies

Beginning from the invention of the centralized server and ending up with revolutionary exploitations of multi-nodal online connections for data management and program processing, the future of…

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The Phenomenon of Psychosomatics

Such diseases as anorexia or bulimia are rather well known. Both of them are eating disorders: the first pertains to a person cannot eat and…

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A Boring Essay About Boredom

How many times have you been listening to a completely dull university or college lecture? How often did you have to communicate with people who…

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The Problem of School Bullying

One of the most important periods in an individual’s life is, without doubt, their school years. School is a place were children and teenagers socialize,…

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Teenagers and Stress

Being a teenager is, perhaps, one of the most interesting, intense, and at the same time complicated periods in the life of almost any person.…

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A Person I Admire

According to my observations, when people are being asked about persons they admire, they usually name rather famous figures: politicians, scientists, celebrities, and so on.…

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The Origins of Halloween

Like Christmas, New Year’s Day, Ramadan, or Yom Kippur, Halloween is celebrated almost in every country, even if the celebration implies only external attributes, such…

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