5. Ancient Greece5. Ancient Greece
Thanks to existing Greek sculptures and texts, we know how people dressed in ancient Greece. Thepeplos, worn by the woman in the statue above, was the universal garment for Greek women until the 6th century B. C. E
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Biography and the Sociological Imagination: Contexts and ContingenciesBiography and the Sociological Imagination: Contexts and Contingencies
Let’s start with the sociological imagination – what does C. Wright Mills mean by the sociological imagination? What is its significance for studying the life course?
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Political Science 160: Political Philosophy A. Course DescriptionPolitical Science 160: Political Philosophy A. Course Description
What is the best way of life? What is a just society? Do people need politics to become good human beings, or is politics a corrupting force? Why does our government in the United States look and act like it does?
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Art of the Story-Teller by Marie L. ShedlockArt of the Story-Teller by Marie L. Shedlock
She was equally at home in interpreting the subtle blending of wit and wisdom in Daudet, the folk lore philosophy of Grimm, or the deeper world philosophy and poignant human appeal of Hans Christian Andersen
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How Metaphor Structures Dreams: The Theory of Conceptual Metaphor Applied to Dream AnalysisHow Metaphor Structures Dreams: The Theory of Conceptual Metaphor Applied to Dream Analysis
Much of our everyday language and thought makes use of such conceptual metaphors. This paper claims, first, that the system of conceptual metaphor that functions in ordinary thought and language is also used, first
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