Category: Emotions

MEDEA a didactic threat but as an alarm

 MEDEAArthurMiller wrote in his 1949 article Tragedy and the Common Man: the tragic feelingis evoked in us when we are in the presence of a character who is ready to laydown his life to secure his sense of personal dignity. From Orestes to Hamlet,Medea to Macbeth, the underlying struggle is that of the individual attemptingto […]

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According low level of resilience. And those with

According to Armstrong, Galligan, and Critchley (2011), Emotionalintelligence is directly related to resilience. Salovey, Bedell, Detweiler andMayer (1999) theorized that who have higher emotional intelligence they aremore able to cope up with stressful situation. “Accurately perceive andappraise their emotions, know how and when to express their feelings, and caneffectively regulate their mood states” (p. 161).            […]

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Another fairy tale is not that evil characters

Another message is thatmaking rash promises can have adverse consequences.  There are more fairy tales from Grimm’scollection that deal with making rash promises in exchange for favors.  In “Rumpelstiltskin,” the queen promised togive her first child to Rumpelstiltskin if he could change the queens’ strawinto gold.  In “Rapunzel,” in exchange forfood growing in the witch’s […]

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PLS circumstances of D, might have reacted in

                                   PLS ASSIGNMENT                                                                                                                                                               PROFESSIONAL                 LEGAL SKILLS SUBJECT                                                          The Effectiveness                                                                                                        of  research                                                                                                          and discuss topic                                                                         Student id: 17450271    Table of Contents –      Topic assignment –      Introduction-      Overview of s.54 of the Coroners an Justice Act 2009+ S.54 of the Coroners an Justice Act 2009+ i/ Definition of  loss of self-control+ […]

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Do bitter beverages elicit physical disgust which influencing

Do bitter beverages elicit physical disgust which influencing our moral processingAbstractCan moral processing be influenced by gustatory disgust or pleasure? We studied if taste perception had an effect on moral judgement. A bitter tasting beverage was hypothesised to produce more physical disgust hence, harsher moral condemnation compared to the control and sweet tasting beverage condition. […]

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There a positive way. Therapist might provide them

There are three solutions to prevent adult depression, which includes recognizing the signs and symptoms of depression and seek therapies for depression, getting and providing support and reduce stress. First, recognizing the signs and symptoms of depression could help patients seek medical treatment earlier in order to prevent the worsening of the situation and to […]

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1. to nirvana (or what’s behind the stereotype

1.  Go throughYou have certainly heard about the benefits of walking: it stimulates blood circulation no worse than running, reduces the risk of stroke and heart attack and, ultimately, helps to keep muscles in tone. And not only: “Walking is capable of breaking your patterns of thinking,” says Professor of Psychiatry at the Duke Institute in […]

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All men, and ladies, were making endeavors to

All through the cancelationdevelopment, slaves, the two men, and ladies, were making endeavors to escapefrom the shackles of servitude. On the off chance that slaves were sufficientlyblessed to make it toward the North and acquire their flexibility, many wouldthen put their stories down into composed shape with the expectation that itwould help in the liberation […]

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The can use as evidence to show the

The definition of Rule of law by T. R.S Allan is: “theterm the rule of law seems to be primarily a corpus of basic principle andvalues, which together lend some stability and coherence to the legal order”1.The rule of law breaks down into two theories; the formal and thesubstantive.  The formal theory of law is […]

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John many examples himself of how fluent he

John Keats wrote a poem known as ‘On First looking into Chapman’s Homer’. He was an English romanticpoet of the early 19th century known mostly for the use of sensualimagery within his popular series of odes. Though initially unpopular his poemsare now some of the most critically analysed of the romantic period. ‘Keats daringand bold […]

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