20 December 2014

Student Bloopers Fall 2014

Aristotle (born circa 384 B.C. in Stagira) was considered to be an ancient Greek philosopher.

Socrates way of thinking was all about the analysis of such, such as; asking questions and making challenges in which, this gave Plato the path on that way of thinking.

Aristotle teaches with a realization of humans being trapped in a duel dimension: both rational and social animals.

Plato accepted his philosophy and elegance of debate, and focused his studies toward the question of virtue and the formation of a noble character.

His way of thinking was much like one of his teachers, Socrates which included an analysis way to look at things such as; asking questions and making challenges, in which, this gave Plato the path on that way of thinking.

Plato and Aristotle have both left large paths in their theories which leave them open to disapproval.

Aristotle spent more time deigning the different typed of state & which is the perfect were Eurocentric Plato starts from an ideal stand point and an ideal state of mind, he classifies the actual states.

It was believed that he disliked philosophers and that in order to maintain some kind of instruction from the law the people should be punish if broken.

A king’s option may not always be the best sometimes being for the worst. This shows fairness to the citizens so they would have an option for their punishment when breaking the law.

 For America to be ruled in monarchy there would be a huge problem with losing conis and receiving the truth.

The separation thus creates what is known as a secular state. Which means that state is considered neutral and does not support neither religion or irreligion.

Torencle of any religion prevented, the religion of the state from enslaving or forcing conversion on smaller religious groups.

Also wanting equality given to all sexes and being one of the first gender warriors.

Christine de Pizan fought for women’s rights and one of the few women during her time that was taught and able to write during her time period where she specifically began to write about women and their rights giving them a place where they would be okay from the attacks given from men who thought that they were more inferior than women.

She did believer that there where those women in the world giving women a bad name calling them the name “whores” this is where she explained this in some of her books and stories, but yet women still have noble bearing in the world hoping that men actually sculpt the actual illusion of a perfect female by teaching those people who thinks that certain female flaws can’t be erased and she lived wishing to tell her history.

The woman has one use for nature and has a function of having a procreative side.

According to Marsilius, the papal power would object his claims to giving the  people civil power because it would limit their quest for temporal riches, cause confusion of temporal and spiritual things, and their own malicious envy.

He proposed that many officials were little versed in scared Scripture and only obtained their positions through bribery, physical violence, servility, or importunity.

Plato was not perfect on the concept of women, but he showed remorse and reasoning towards the subject.

The Pope believed that as the Supreme Being his authority was necessary before anyone assumed the role of emperor.

According to many texts sourcing back to ancient Greek societal life, women had very little prominence outside of childbirth and sexual intercourse.

The man marries a woman so that she can manage his family, clean his house, has his best interest at heart, bares his children and takes care of their education to preserve his name.

He thought of Hobbes arguments of the state of nature to be observe, and insensible to the way that the human mind works.

He further explains his theory by breaking down the theories of other accepted political thoughts.

The information is informative, up to date, and reliable.

My high school was in an influential neighborhood and many students across the United States aren’t afforded these same opportunities.

Religion may toy with political figures decisions to want to eradicate or initiate legislation.

Tax payers are at ends wit when it comes to the price that capital punishment comes with.

Jones places an emphasis on servitude to the community of the researcher as greater than remaining neutral.

Constituents really control the expectancy term of their official.

Capital punishment has had an innumerous effect on different states throughout the country.

In conclusion, I came up with a solution by fully gravitating what makes a political question.

Mack Jones believes that advocating for the community is more suffice.

I do agree with Jones when he refers to the community as the “organic.”

In research often times it is acceptable to have a bias, and sometimes it is not.

Although it is somewhat contradictory, that what thy id in their time; owned slaves.

While at work one day at X Elementary school I had a discussion with a teacher and she had very should opinions about Bush’s education policy No Child Left Behind.

Scholarly articles are also comprised of abstract.

Good is defined as, being positive or desirable in nature of the free dictionary.

Freedom is founded by our founding fathers of the United States, and what they consider freedom, is not always consensual.

The law grants us freedom, in return a happy life, which would consider us as morally good.

He believed that humans are naturally free and equal amongst each other.

Freedom brings forth greed, which is why bad people will find a way around the laws.

Good is defined as, being positive or desirable in nature of the free dictionary.

Adam Smith toke an economist approach to establishing government.

Although this is one of the American values we are instilled with during adolescents, many have debated for years that religious groups have too much influence in politics and this especially pertains to Georgia because the size of faith communities in Georgia have been known be large in quantity and influence.

Social questions focus more in issues that does not identify a cause and an effect.

Constituents really control the expectancy term of their official.

In conclusion, I came up with a solution by fully gravitating what makes a political question.

Mack Jones believes that advocating for the community is more suffice. He secluded the community to the black community in his excerpt, “Responsibility of Black Political Scientists to the Black Community.”

Although there are black people who take heed to their academics it should not infer that they are the oppressors.












09 December 2014

the turning of the wheel

no matter what we say we do not feel
the pain of others right inside each heart
instead we wait the turning of the wheel

for one more challenge for the last appeal
which was presaged right at the very start
no matter what we say we do not feel

our hopes and urges have been brought to heel
and the last hero laid upon a cart
instead we wait the turning of the wheel

to see the message and to take our meal
in comfort all who come here will depart
no matter what we say we do not feel

we will start forward and then we will reel
back down in sign that we have lacked the art
instead we wait the turning of the wheel

for what is good the last hard spring of steel
yet still the while some fool will strain to fart
no matter what we say we do not feel

instead we wait the turning of the wheel

17 November 2014

no astrology

where no man argues and no woman fights
for good or evil we have reached an end
of human battles and the stars portend
no better indications as the nights
close in we note their distant blinking lights
as symbols we might faintly comprehend
when we are whole but what the worlds intend
is not a matter that we have to rights
the argument of workers in the day
or farmers when the wind upsets the trees
is much the same as when we all were young
to bring about the work without delay
ignore the rain and not yield to the breeze

since a strong back outdoes a silver tongue

31 October 2014

human wit

where in the sunlight all the dirt's dispelled
we take our leave then some will go to sleep
their blankets piled upon them in a heap
while in the forest all the spirits gelled
anticipating that when we excelled
at sport and art the answer would be deep
but nothing holds there's no place here to keep
our kindnesses the earth itself rebelled
none can permit the law to be denied
 by those who are so bound to a far higher
that their hard hands are in the moment lit
by the illuminations of their pride
the incandescence of a greater fire
than can be understood by human wit

12 October 2014

the world goes down

we hit the wall and then the world goes down
into the dark and nothing good returns
for all we’ve done what once was gold is brown

as winter comes like satan into town
all minds are numb just as the river churns
we hit the wall and then the world goes down

a sad destruction but no one will frown
believing that we get what the thief earns
for all we’ve done what once was gold is brown

now skies are darker than a priestly gown
for what one makes the other overturns
we hit the wall and then the world goes down

so no one stands for hope or for renown
but gets instead just what the jackass earns
for all we’ve done what once was gold is brown

this is the truth where hero becomes clown
you have to flee before the city burns
we hit the wall and then the world goes down

for all we’ve done what once was gold is brown

10 October 2014

the final mark

here on the boundary of truth and lie
where ordinary magics have their rule
underneath heaven permanently cool
no one escapes nor is allowed to cry
against the judgment of the steely sky
since every human is at last a fool
while failure is the final mark at school
the arrow that will find each weeping eye
all that we know amounts to waste of air
on these strange days when we desire to feel
the urgent courage of our better days
but what we get is new return of care
another revolution of the wheel

and nothing better coming through the haze

22 September 2014

the last republic

our hearts with humour and with pain are crammed
the world defies our choices and our rage
in the republic of the wholly damned

we spoke and then our thoughts were truly slammed
by those who said that with keen words on page
our hearts with humour and with pain are crammed

the metre's right and the line's not enjambed
yet all we get is a poor poet's wage
in the republic of the wholly damned

since for the moment the signal's not jammed
so that the the enemy cannot engage
our hearts with humour and with pain are crammed

until they burst and our dead corpses rammed
into the the dullest moments of the age
in the republic of the wholly dammed

by those who thought that the most decent shammed
their honest words and strutted on a stage
our hearts with humour and with pain are crammed

in the republic of the wholly dammed