Argument of Definition “Love” “Those Winter Sundays”, by Robert Hayden captures love as a theme in his poem. Love is an unspoken emotion that cannot be expressed in any language between a father and son. The poem reveals how a father exhibits love when he really does not know how to express it. The Father shows his love by warming up the house and shining shoes for his son. Sometimes love is displayed by a parent who does for a child not even thinking of it as a “job”. We all have taken our parents for granted at least once in our lifetime, and that is the guilt the child feels. Sometimes you don’t realize the love parents have or don’t have until you are older. This demonstrates how love is shown differently in homes and how most people would define “Love”. Love can be verbal or just in actions. The word love can be defined so many different ways. It can be very broad in its definition and meaning. Agape love is doing what is in the best interest of another. Romantic love is emotional love and friendship love is a bond existing between people who have common interest or desires. People can use it very lightly or they can show it as a very deeply. My definition of love is a very deep feeling of caring and admiration for someone. There can be so many different types and levels of love. The highest level of love is unconditional love. Unconditional love is a love you have for someone that you only want the best for him or her and do not need anything in return except their happiness. A very good example of that is a parent’s love for a child. Though this sometimes cannot be the truth for every parent; most parents have such a deep unselfish and unconditional love for their children that can only be felt for your child. Love can be felt and shared with many in a person’s life. Of course, the first example everyone thinks of is a husband and wife, or partner. There is a love for other family members in the family such as a grandparent, cousin, aunt or uncle, even a niece, etc. There is a love you have for friends, caregivers, and even pets. A love should be a special feeling you have for certain people and things in your life, not just everyone that you enjoy being around. It should be a feeling that you need to share your life with that person and care what is happing to them. The Oxford dictionary definition of love is an intense feeling of deep affection. There are so many more ways to define love. Love is one of the hardest words to define because it can mean so many different things and is a word every language uses. Love for a friend is different than a love you have for your lover or your parents. Some use love very liberally and some only share it for that special person. For instance, love can be more than just affection. It can be purely emotion, feeling, thought or willingness to an individual. Love is what you make of it and each person makes the word “love” it’s own. On the other hand, you love for different reasons and each reason will be different than the other. This definition is too narrow to understand love. Another definition of love is, “Love is a variety of different feelings, states, and attitudes that ranges from interpersonal affection, emotion of a strong attraction and personal attachment. It can also be a virtue representing human kindness, compassion, and affection. It may also describe compassionate and affectionate actions towards other humans, one's self or animals” (Wikipedia). This definition of love covers a broader range of the use of the word. Romantic love is very different than a love for a parent or pet. People have the capacity to love in different ways on such different levels. This is a better definition than Oxfords, but still can be a little too broad, and loses the emotion of love in the explanation. Equally important is how psychology plays a big part in how someone gives or receives love. "People who approach their daily lives
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3. Explain in detail why Hoose argues that a mature conscience should not be a heteronomous one (subject to external or outside rules or laws) (p.86-8).
4. Why have some Christian beliefs about God led to the desire to hold on to the superego according to Callaghan (pp. 88ff)?‘Virtue ethics is a good approach to the issues surrounding sex and relationships.’ Discuss. (2008)
1. Give a very brief idea of virtue ethics and what your argument will be in your introduction…
Statement of Essay Preparation
In comparing two sample Essays – The Distinction Essay entitled “Is committing a crime during adolescence a common phase in normal development”, and the ‘Pass’ essay “Is stalking a violent Crime? Discuss”, there are immediately fairly distinct differences between the two submissions, particularly in the Introduction and Conclusion paragraphs of the papers. In this statement I will elaborate on what differentiates these essays, and how I have prepared my essay writing in…
Definition: It is used to tell a story or to narrate an
event or series of events in a logical sequence
Example: “I have been hiding away from the
society for the past ten years, but I could still
remember clearly what happened ten years ago. It
was a nightmare, people started to eat each other
like they’re supposed to, the dead returning to life,
and took away my beloved ones...”
Definition: Using descriptive language to visually…
How to lay out an essay for Health Studies
“Good Students Read Every Chapter”.
Grammar - is your grammar correct and accurate?
Structure - is your essay well organised?
Relevance - have you answered the question asked of you?
Examples - have you included illustrations to reinforce your points?
Cohesion - have you used linking words and phrases (discourse
University of Warwick Linguistics Dept. 2013
How to lay out an essay for Health Studies…
For other uses, see Essay (disambiguation).
Essays of Michel de Montaigne
An essay is generally a short piece of writing written from an author's personal point of view, but the definition is vague, overlapping with those of an article and a short story.
Essays can consist of a number of elements, including: literary criticism, political manifestos, learned arguments, observations of daily life, recollections, and reflections of the author. Almost all modern essays are written in prose…
knowledge of these elements of rhetoric to guide you in further analyzing “Dehumanized,” which will, in turn, help you write a stronger Analysis Essay #1.
This assignment has been separated into two parts to assist you in managing your time and energy.
What is an enthymeme? Define it and indicate what its components are.
Enthymemes are the base of an argument. They include a claim, reason and warrant.
Now, apply what you’ve learned to “Dehumanized.”
Reread “Dehumanized” for the warrants (there…
FINDING EXAMPLES FOR YOUR TOK ESSAY
The search for "real, specific and detailed examples"
To summarise, your examples should be:
real, specific, detailed, individual, accurate, referenced, analysed, relevant
There are also things to avoid. See THINGS TO AVOID. (below) These include:
meaningless statements, generalisations, pseudo-examples, stereotypes, dictionary definitions, cliches, ToK textbooks, extreme statements, relativism
That which can be asserted without evidence…
How to write a Philosophy
Expand (examples can EXAMPLIFY a
• *Maintain an argument
• A PoR essay has a main point or
THESIS (a proposition that you are
seeking to establish as valid).
• A thesis, in one or two sentences,
sets the direction for the essay in the
introduction and sums up what you
are trying to establish as your
“Religious language is meaningless”…
with a lead in or hook statement. Hook statements can be statistics, definitions, questions,
or anything related to your topic that you use to grab your reader’s attention.
An example of a hook for this paper:
One of Dictionary.com’s definitions of identity is “the condition of being oneself or itself, and
not another,” though for some people our identity can be a murky concept or idea because it is
This hook has a definition, and some tension already. As a reader, I want to read on—as a
|links to the part of the question you are answering (use the |
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|3. Evidence/Examples |As you are explaining, every point that you make should be |
| |supported with evidence/examples (where possible) to…