Tuesday, January 21, 2020
Hamlet Ã¢â¬â Spiritual or Non-spiritual? Ã Ã Ã Ã The spiritual dimension or side of the Shakespearean drama Hamlet is nearly quite as interesting as the non-spiritual aspect. This essay will explore the spirituality in its various dimensions. Ã R.A. Foakes in Ã¢â¬Å"The PlayÃ¢â¬â¢s Courtly SettingÃ¢â¬ explains the spiritual setback Hamlet experienced following the ghostÃ¢â¬â¢s revelation and request for revenge: Ã Perhaps the most terrible feature of his recognition of corruption everywhere is his recognition of it in himself too; where others deceive he must deceive too, where others act he must put on an antic disposition, where the inmost desires and passions of others must be revealed, so must his own passions be roused. And where there is no legal punishment for his fatherÃ¢â¬â¢s death, he must stoop, driven by the universal wrong, and Ã¢â¬Å"being thus be-netted round with villainiesÃ¢â¬ , to revenge. He must share the corruption of others in spite of his nobility, and recognize in himself the common features, "we are arrant knaves all." (53) Ã In his essay Ã¢â¬Å"Hamlet: His Own Falstaff,Ã¢â¬ Harold Goddard sees that Hamlet was made for Ã¢â¬Å"religionÃ¢â¬ and several other purposes: Ã He [Hamlet] was made, that is, for religion and philosophy, for love and art, for liberty to Ã¢â¬Å"grow unto himselfÃ¢â¬ Ã¢â¬â five forces that are the elemental enemies of Force. And this man is called upon to kill. It is almost as if Jesus had been asked to play the role of Napoleon (as the temptation in the wilderness suggests that in some sense he was). If Jesus had been, ought he to have accepted it? The absurdity of the question prompts the recording of the strangest of all the strange facts in the history of Hamlet: the fact, namely, that nearly all readers, commentators, and critics are agreed in thinking that it was HamletÃ¢â¬â¢s duty to kill, that he ought indeed to have killed much sooner than he did. (12) Ã GoddardÃ¢â¬â¢s highlighting of the main question underlying the narrative of the play Ã¢â¬â a moral question involving justifiable killing Ã¢â¬â indicates the spiritual nature ofÃ Hamlet. Not all critics appreciate the spirituality in Hamlet. A.C. BradleyÃ¢â¬â¢s Shakespearean Tragedy: Lectures on Hamlet, Othello, King Lear and Macbeth presents a different interpretation regarding the presence of spirituality within the play: Ã For although this or that dramatis persona may speak of gods or of God, of evil spirits or of Satan, of heaven and of hell, and although the poet may show us ghosts from another world, these ideas do not materially influence his representation of life, nor are they used to throw light on the mystery of its tragedy.
Monday, January 13, 2020
Problem Definition: The organization, Victoria Chemicals, must determine whether or not to improve engineering efficiency through facility improvements at its production plant Merseyside Works. Relevant Facts: The Merseyside Project was evaluated with respect to the following criteria: (1) Impact on earnings per share (2) Payback (3) Discounted cash flow (Ã¢â¬Å"DCFÃ¢â¬ ) and (4) Internal Rate of Return (Ã¢â¬Å"IRRÃ¢â¬ ). The initial assessment of this project was based on assumptions challenged by the experts at Victoria Chemicals. This analysis reflects a more conservative approach that includes potential risks of cannibalization, loss of sales following reconstruction of Merseyside and the purchase of rolling stock in 2010. Analysis Summary: The Merseyside Project met Victoria ChemicalsÃ¢â¬â¢ internal criteria for consideration of projects despite the introduction of potential risks into the analysis of the projection (Exhibit 1). The NPV was GBP 9.24 million with an IRR of 20.2%. The payback period is 5.5 years and the average annual addition to EPS was minimal but positive. The cannibalization of sales from Rotterdam was included by reducing sales volumes by 5% for the first five years (Exhibit 2). Further, the affect of closing the factory for construction was modeled by reducing sales volumes to 99% for the first five years to reflect the fact that certain purchasers (approximately 1%) may be lost during this time but eventually recovered. Lastly, the purchase of rolling stock in 2010 was included because it reflected the anticipated growth of the firm in other areas that were included in the projection and as such neglecting to include this cost would be false representation of the anticipated growth. Factors that were ignored in the initial projection that increase the attractiveness of the project were added to this analysis including the inflation rate of 3% and the removal of preliminary engineering costs. Conclusion/Recommendations: It is recommended that Victoria Chemicals go forward with the Merseyside Project. This project meets the specified performance hurdles despite the inclusion of potential threats. One major concern of the project is that the payback period is delayed to over 5 years under this assessment and the average annual addition to EPS is minimal. The declining EPS during the initial stages of the project make the organization more vulnerable to a corporate raid. However, polypropylene is priced as a commodity and as such, the only way to improve financial performance is to improve manufacturing cost efficiency. Further, the educated shareholder will recognize that the declining EPS is due to investment in capital assets and is not necessarily a reason to sell shares. Thus, while the capital investment in this project and shutdown for construction may be damaging in the short-term to EPS, in the long-term it will improve profit margins significantly has potential to earn an NPV of GBP 9.24 mill ion.
Saturday, January 4, 2020
A Light in the Dark Until recently, childrenÃ¢â¬â¢s books often heralded mothers as the domineering force behind child-rearing. Fathers in the meantime are often looked upon less as an equal partner and relegated in a supporting role. In the essay Ã¢â¬Å"Not All Men are Sly FoxesÃ¢â¬ published in 1992 in Newsweek magazine, Armin Brott shares his compelling encounters with childrenÃ¢â¬â¢s books by showing the scorn inherently ascribed to fathers in children s books. In recent years, women have pushed for publishers to portray roles women have Ã¢â¬Å"..in shaping our countryÃ¢â¬â¢s history and culture.Ã¢â¬ (Brott 345) While doing so men have taken a stagnant image thrusted from those progressive efforts. In an attempt to sway a wavering audience indifferent to the status quo the author blends all three rhetorical appeals emotional,ethical, and logical to revitalize the need to evaluate what children read. Ethos is the Greek word for character, it describes how valid and trustworthy an author conveys his message through the ethical appeal. This appeal is a measure tied to an authorÃ¢â¬â¢s credibility and the impression readers formed while evaluating their literary work. First, Brott himself is a renowned author, radio host, blogger, and news columnist having written over eight bestseller books and guides through all the stages of fatherhood. Second, he has also been a guest on dozens of television and radio shows such as CBS Overnight ,Today, and Politically Incorrect. Final and foremost, Brott
Friday, December 27, 2019
What are the future prospects for work in Canada? Name Course Affiliated institution Tutor Date Introduction There are various things which are likely to work in the future Canada. One of the key issues which will be discussed in this paper about the future of work in Canada include globalization. Several models will be discussed in this paper about the sustainability of work in the face of the increasing pressures within the limits of work and also the available resources which are ready to be exploited. In this paper, a discussion about the determinants of future work, fairness and justice in the Canada, the dominance of the capitalistic principles, new economic models emergence, and the technological evolution are some of the factors which will be discussed in this paper in relation to the future prospects of Canadian work. 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Thursday, December 19, 2019
Both the Odyssey and the Aeneid describe the journeys of the two Greek heroes Ã¢â¬âOdysseus and Aeneas, as they struggle towards their goal through the crises and deadly situations caused by the wrath of the gods upon them. In the Odyssey, we see that Poseidon (god of the sea/earth shaker) has a grudge against Odysseus while Athena, god of wisdom, aids him throughout his journey. Similarly in the Aeneid, we see that goddess Juno dislikes Aeneas as he is destined to destroy the city of Carthage loved by Juno during his mission to find a new land- Rome, whereas AeneasÃ¢â¬â¢ mother Venus aids him. In these epics, many points of similarity and differences arise such as the characters of the heroes, how their journeys are delayed by women obsessed withÃ¢â¬ ¦show more contentÃ¢â¬ ¦In some serious and important situations, Odysseus is more cunning and intellect than Aeneas. 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Wednesday, December 11, 2019
Society Reception to Pop and Jazz Pop music and Jazz music are two different worlds. They cannot be compared to each other, as it would be like comparing a magazine to a novel. Everywhere, pop music is prevalent. It is heard on the radio, in shops, in parties, and other places. People sing pop songs all the time. We can say that contemporary pop music from artists Like Kathy Perry, Lady Gaga.One Direction, Adele, Chris Brown. And the eke(mainly Top 40 artists), attracts more attention than jazz music in our society today due to pop musics predictability, catchy lyrics, simple song structures and time signature; contrary to a great number of Jazz songs that have complicated time signatures and structures, and the syncopation of rhythms. Pop Is the most accessible musical genre. Almost all of the contemporary pop songs use a 4/4 time signature, which is the most basic time signature In music. The 4/4 time signature Is the time signature than you can easily tap your feet to, and It Is usually a predictable one. The song structure is simple. Theres the intro, verse, refrain, bridge, and more often than not, the tutor. There also is a pop song formula that two Rutgers graduate students, Shawn Ellis and Tom Engendered, have visualized, and this formula has been proven to make a pop song from 1960-2010 a hit. The formula is relatable to the aforementioned structure.According to them, the winning formula for a hit pop song should have the Norse-verse-chorus-verse-chorus-bridge- chorus structure, a 4/4 time signature, a chord progression of I-III-IV (first, third, and Ruth chord in the major scale), a tempo of 135 beats per minute on average, and it is required to be sung in the major scale. Jazz is a complex genre, as opposed to pop. The structures and time signature for jazz music are not what you would consider as basic or simple. The time signature choice Is endless. A Jazz musician can shift from time signature to time signature.As for the structure, most Jazz songs Incorporate different song structures, deviating from the conventional song structure of a pop song. Syncopation also plays a big role in the Jazz genre, along with improvisation. Syncopation is the change of rhythm of a song to a deferent and weaker beat of the song. Improvisation, in the musical sense, is an act of extemporaneous playing of notes according to the songs key and scale. Most of the time in Jazz, though, Improvisation Is not bound to the key and scale, as It may change In the duration of the song.The Intent of each musical genre Is different. In the commentary of Roger Crane called Pop-Deed Commentary: Listening to Jazz vs.. Listening to Pop, he states that the real intent of pop is different from jazz. Jazz music focuses on the musical value of a Eng, and pretty much experiments with a lot of sounds. Pop, on the other hand, focuses on what everyone wants, and what everyone could enjoy easily. Jazz songs take a lot of skill to play, and Jazz artists dont ever try to make their sound appeal to All genres of music change throughout the years.Pop, on the other hand, has lowered its standards in the last 5 years. Repetition and monotony is the key for pop music. Scientists at the Spanish National Research Council conducted a research about how pop musics diversity of note combinations has diminished in the last fifty ears. They concluded that pop music in the present, specifically the sasss, all sound the same, and theyre all Just fighting for whos louder. The musical elements of most pop songs these days are most of the time similar to each other and they do not have the same diversity as it had fifty years ago. Even though this is the case, the masses still choose to listen to pop music, and enjoy it. A survey was conducted by students of Excelsior College in New York, in which they asked a number of different people what genre they favor. (from: http://www. Staunch. Com/5. O/Bridgeport. PH? Reported=27595) It is seen in the chart that the number of people who favor pop music (23) is way more than the number of people who favor Jazz music (4). The people interviewed for this survey is varied as they are from different families, they have different connections, and they have different tastes in music.Though there are other factors that can say why society enjoys pop music, scientific explanations can prove why our people love listening to pop, and why they are hooked to it. An article by Each Lynch talks about a research conducted in 2006 y Dry. Daniel Levities, a neuroscience, and another group of neuroscience along with him. Dry. Levities wanted to answer questions like, Are our brains wired for sound? , Does the brain experience a live performance different from a recorded one? And Why are pop music memories be so sharply encoded (in our brain)? . Dry. Levities observed thirteen subjects who listened to classical music while they were in an MR. machine. They found that the music gives them a brain-chemical activity. The music, according to them, triggers the brains happy chemicals, namely dopamine, which offers a rewarding feeling. According to Dry. Levities, the reason why pop music is well-received by most people is because of the constant timbre, or the peculiar blend of tones in sound.The constant timbre does not give the brain too much work to do when listening to pop. As Levities said, the virtuosity of a pop performer is not what attracts the listener, but the constant timbre throughout the song. Pop music has changed in the last fifty years. The pop music we hear these days are not what you would hear in the sasss. In society nowadays, people dont really listen to artists hat are the most skilful, the best sounding, or the legendary ones. They focus more on whats catchy, whats simple, and whats consistent.Pop music has degraded, while Jazz is the one evolving, yet society still listens to pop more often. Of course, it is truly the choice of the people if they want to listen to pop or not. Neuroscience proves, though, that that it is what the human brain enjoys. The constant timbre and the simplicity of the pop songs is what appeals to most, if not all. Almost all pop songs today have this element of being loud and trying to be monotonous, and thats hat people love these days, because its Just everywhere, and they get used to it.
Tuesday, December 3, 2019
What are some of your professional short- and long-term goals that fulfill that sense of purpose? Having a sense of purpose to me means being able to do something you feel to be important. It means having goals and knowing what you want to do in life. It also means having a personal vision of where you want to be in a few year time. Also, it means knowing our role in an organization. A sense of purpose is having direction to progress towards your long-term and short-term goals. Its finding and fulfilling your desires. A professional long-term goal that fulfills a sense of purpose for me is starting a new career as a network administrator and eventually becoming the senior network administrator. A short-term professional goal for me is obtaining my degree in network administration. DQ2 Review the tutorial, Reasonable (SMART) Goal Setting ( Week Two Activity One), and answer the following questions: How do you prioritize equally important goals? How do you maintain flexibility and focus in reaching all these goals? I prioritize equally important goals by which one will be more beneficial towards my future. We will write a custom essay sample on What does sense of purpose mean to you? or any similar topic specifically for you Do Not WasteYour Time HIRE WRITER Only 13.90 / page For example, I might want to plan a trip to go back-packing through Europe for a summer. However, that goal conflicts with my long-term goal to go to college and earn my degree to further my career. The best method to use for conflict management is to use maturity and wise decision making. I would need to think about the benefits of both goals and determine which goal benefits you the most. Earning a degree is the more logical choice at this point in my life because it would help me to provide for my future. I maintain flexibility and focus in reaching my goals by staying aware of the tasks at hand. If we do not stay aware of our lifes progression at the highest level, it is easy to lose either focus or flexibility. Also, I make sure my goals are written down somewhere were I can see them often. Lastly, I prioritize each of my goals. DQ 5 What barriers must you overcome in order to achieve your college goals? Describe at least three strategies you have created to overcome these barriers. There are a few barriers I must overcome in order to achieve my college goals. My first barrier is procrastination. A lot of the time I am big on waiting until the last minute to get things done. My second barrier is my scheduling. Since I have so many things going on in my life, I have to find time to add in time for studying and doing my school work. Lastly, I must overcome health barriers. Currently, I have to deal with a condition called schizoaffective disorder, which contributes to a lack of focus, lack of concentration, and not being able to sit still among things. Three strategies I use to overcome and cope with these barriers are: 1. I start doing my school work in the morning, instead of at night when I am in bed. 2. I have passed work tasks off to others and some home tasks off to my fiance. 3. I make sure I see my doctors regularly and take my medications when Im suppose to.