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Expository essays can compare, explore and discuss problems, or tell a story. An exposition essay gives information…
Example: The pretender tried to usurp the throne.
Definition: Seize and take control without authority and possibly with force; take as one’s right of possession.
Example: Many First Nations peoples find themselves grouped within different moieties.
Definition: One of two basic subdivisions of a tribe.
Example: The letter contained portentous news.
Definition: Of momentous or ominous significance.
Definition: indicating the nature of a future event, for good or evil; having the significance
of an omen; being a portent
Sentence from book: “'There is something ominous behind the silence.'” Chapter 15
Original sentence: The dark storm clouds created a rather ominous environment for Katie.
Definition: of or pertaining to pacifism or pacifists
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Original sentence: Interestingly, the author does not…
Euthyphro, is a quest for wisdom and the definition of holiness/piety. The dialogue Euthyphro was written by Socrates' protege Plato during the weeks leading up Socrates' trial in which he was accused of corrupting the youth in Athens. It features Socrates and religious expert Euthyphro engaged in a discussion attempting to define holiness. Euthyphro displays the methods Socrates used to try to gain wisdom and his and Plato's views on holiness.
The concept of holiness emerges…
There is no exact definition of piety in Euthyphro. Socrates begins a conversation with Euthyphro, an “expert” in religion, in hope of seeking a definition of piety before an indictment. Euthyphro gives Socrates four definitions of piety, but none seem to satisfy Socrates, leaving the question unanswered and without a good definition.
As the dialogue begins, Euthyphro is about to prosecute his father for murdering a murderer. On the other hand Socrates is also about to be prosecuted…
Euthyphro and why he is bringing his father to court to prosecute him for murder. They were talking about if the murder was just or unjust. Euthyphro is prosecuting his father, because he feels like it is pious to do so; however Socrates challenges us both the reader and Euthyphro to examine how piety is defined. Socrates question, what piety and impiety means. This then sparks a conversation about each of their concepts of holiness.
As Euthyphro first definition of what is pious, he uses the…
of an Academic Source
This paper is a summary of critical evaluation of the suitability of an article as an academic source. The title of the article is Critical Thinking: An Extended Definition. The author, Professor Ken Petress, analyzes various definitions of critical thinking and provides his definition of the concept as well. It is vitally important when performing research on a topic that we completely understand the topic and that we can apply certain tests or questions to the topic in…
during that time; explaining how definition can be confusing and especially in other countries. After discussing what exactly ethno-musicology is to its readers Merriam starts to explain the different definitions of the word ethno-musicology itself and explains how people have dedicated their careers and lives to finding and defining ethnomusicology. Merriam ends the article giving his perspective of ethno-musicology and definitions starting that “The definitions of comparative musicology and ethnomusicology…
The 11th quote offers a definition of religion written by Karl Max. The passage is well written but as a definition it is too ambiguous and figurative. Moreover, Max, being one of the most famous atheists in history, in these words, expressed his yearning for religion to be abolished. With that being said, the definition is overly negative. Although he did not express explicitly that religion is “not good”, Max stressed that religion should be destroyed in order for human to achieve true happiness…
Socrates was put to death in Athens for subverting the youth of the city. He was indicted by Meletus and awaiting his trail on the porch of the King of Archon when he met Euthyphro. It was at this point he engaged in a debate about piety. In this paper, I will examine that debate and present my own conclusion about its purpose as well as my own definition of piety.
Holiness, or piousness, is the center of the conversation between Socrates and Euthyphro. Both of the men met on…
It were done quickly: (1,7,1-2)
Alliteration: The noticeable or effective use in a phrase or sentence of words beginning with or containing the same letter or sound. E.g. After life’s fitful fever; In a summer season when soft was the sun.
The above quote is an example of alliteration because it presents a sentence with a predominant “t” sound.
With his surcease, success; that but this blow (1,7,4)
Alliteration: The noticeable or effective…