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Papers On More Philosophers & Philosophies
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Kant, Hegel, Nietzche, & Heidegger – How Did Each Of
Them Define Art? :
This 12 page essay reviews the
similarities and differences between four of the great thinkers
of the past 200 years. No bibliography. Artph.wps

John Stuart Mill and Utilitarianism : A 5 page paper that
describes Mill's presentation of the principles of Utilitarianism,
but also demonstrates Mill's particular concern for the essential
nature of man's intellect. This paper recognizes the importance
of Mill's considerations on a societal level as well as
recognizing the personal considerations of each man.
Bibliography includes 1 source. Utalitarianism.wps

Mill, Carlyle & Victorian Society : A 7 page paper showing
how Thomas Carlyle and John Stuart Mill influenced the
Victorian age as much as they were influenced by it. It shows
how their philosophies informed the age they lived in, and how
their influence stretched into the twentieth century as well.
Bibliography contains two sources. Millcar.wps

‘Justice’ As Seen In The Koran, The Old Testament, &
Plato’s “Republic :
A 5 page paper discussing the foundation
of justice as it applies in Islam (“The Koran”), Judaism (“The
Old Testament of the Bible”), and according to Plato (“The
Republic”). A dialog has been imagined between Mohammed,
Moses, and Plato regarding the topic of justice. Bibliography
lists five sources. Justapp.wps

Thomas Aquinas’ Concept of Happiness Analyzed :
This 12 page research paper examines the conception of
happiness in human terms, according to Catholic theologian
and philosopher, Thomas Aquinas. Specifically discussed are
Aquinas’ views on how what constituted happiness and how
man could happily live life. Bibliography lists 5 sources.

Philosophy / Evil As A Necessity : A 17 page piece that
discusses the merits of three philosophical statements: evil
exists but is unnecessary, evil is an illusion and does not exist,
and evil is necessary in order to bring about the best possible
world. The paper raises these philosophies in regards three
issues: terrorism, smoking, and the drug mafia, and postulates
that evil is necessary to bring about the best possible world. No
sources cited. Evilphil.wps

Voltaire's "Candide" : Two 2 page essays on Voltaire's
"Candide." Covered are his various philosophies; the ideas of
God, fate and much more. No Bibliography. Candide.wps

Voltaire's "Candide"/ A Philosophical Examination :
In 10 well-written pages, Voltaire's philosophy is analyzed and
his attempted at depicting a Utopian society in "Candide" is
assessed. The writer is extremely critical and supports all
inquiries with existing research. Bibliography lists 5 sources.

Voltaire's Candide / Rationalism v. Empiricism :
This 7 page research paper explores the representation of
rationalist and empirical philosophy in Voltaire's 1759 novel,
Candide. Specifically, these philosophical theories are
examined as depicted in the text and in the protagonists Dr.
Pangloss and Martin, as well as evidence of Voltaire's personal
preference. Bibliography lists 3 sources. Voltaire.wps

Voltaire’s “Candide” / Underlying Meaning : This 6 page
essay focuses on the meaning behind the words in the allegory
Candide. The writer discusses a the meanings and ultimate
outcomes of the character Candide, his cohorts, and his travels.
No additional sources cited. Candmea.wps

Voltaire’s “Candide” / An Analysis Of Its Strange Ending :
A 5 page essay on Voltaire’s famous novel. The paper argues
that the happy ending, which critics have always found to be at
odds with the social criticism of the novel, is in fact perfectly
consistent, and is itself satirical. Bibliography lists two sources.

Comparing Fanon & Foucault : A 5 page research paper
which examines the similarities between two great French
philosophers: Frantz Fanon and Michel Foucault. The writer
demonstrates, through an examination of Fanon’s “Black Skin,
White Masks,” and Foucault’s Madness in Civilization, that the
two philosophers agreed on quite a few fundamental points
concerning power and the marginalization of minority groups.
Bibliography lists 5 sources. Fanonfoc.wps

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