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George Tooker: The Art of Anxiety

Introduction Painting is the art that helps to visualize ideas, values, and images that reflect a viewer’s personal experience and allows him/her to grapple with the implications of what they see in paintings. An American painter George Tooker used his painting to show a wide range of emotions that an individual could experience. He used…

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Nietzsche: Socrates “Arete” Mission Renewed in Modern Europe

Nietzsche is a well-known philosopher, theorist, and critic of the Enlightenment, who adhered to the philosophy of truthful criticism of everything existing. His reformulation of aretes appears to be a blend of Enlightenment-inspired and anti-Enlightenment vitalism aimed to appeal to and address all life-oppressing facets of the modern culture. Therefore, the current paper will demonstrate…

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The Deadly Handkerchief: A Study of Othello by William Shakespeare

For centuries of its long existence, the humanity has always tried to maintain the balance between the material and the ideal. Being juxtaposed, these two essential philosophic categories are still in close connection with each other. We usually try to find a kind of material representation of this or that ideal phenomenon, and, correspondingly, sometimes…

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Jack London

Jack London born on January 12, 1876 in San Francisco and is considered as one of the most prolific novelist and short story writer America has even seen. His work critically portrayed Romanticism in regards to the nature and because of this he is considered as the revolutionary author in the Green Movement (London, 27)….

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The Matchmaker

The story is set in the 1880s, and the first act begins in a clustered living room of Horace. He is depicted as a wealthy widower with lots of provisions. The old man is a practical thinker as he is opposed to the idea of a man without a steady income marrying his niece. This…

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There Is no Escape from Fate

Regarding the pieces of Shakespeare and Sophocles, which were written in different time periods and countries, one can conclude that cultural and religious views as well as attitude towards laws was not the same. However, the depiction of destiny and human’s inability to influence the development of the events unifies people from Antique Greece and…

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