Cultural Phenomenon: Music
Introduction Music is a cultural phenomenon that is present in any culture and progresses with time. However, there is an issue that historically connects the music almost of all genres mainly because of the deep roots of certain melodic variations.
David’s Permanent Suffering: An analysis of Disgrace
A novel Disgrace (1999) by J. M. Coetzee is an example of how actions of one person can influence the fate of others. In this novel, the author creates an ethical test for different characters. Professor David Lurie is the object of the scandal, which is associated with his sexual harassment of student Melanie.
Article I (Huijts et al., 2013) Title The title of the research article by Huijts et al. (2013) is very professional, as it clearly indicates to the readers that the main focus of the paper will be placed on the elderly populations with the state of congestive heart failure (Huijts et al.
Slaves in Ancient Roman Comedy of Plautus and Terence
Titus Maccius Plautus and Publius Terentius Afer are the renowned Roman playwrights and representatives of ancient Roman comedy. The dramatic genre, used by Plautus, Terence and more than a dozen of other authors was called the comediae palliatae from the Latinized Greek word “paillon” meaning “cape.
The Argument From Moral Expertise In Plato’s Crito
Plato's Crito provides an account of Socrates' last dialogue with his disciple Crito who tries to make his teacher flee from the Athenian prison where Socrates, sentenced to death, has to die after two days.