“Words can inspire, and words can destroy. Choose yours well.” - Robin Sharma. In 1787, a convention was held to determine the efficiency of a debatable Constitution discussed by the delegates. Benjamin Franklin, having represented Pennsylvania, then presented a speech regarding his position on the topic, declaring his agreement to it in spite of his uncertainty on whether or not it will result in negative consequences in the future. His diplomatic skills were enhanced with great effort that implies his ambitions to leave a positive impact on the listeners and win their approval.
His whole purpose for writing the Federalist Papers was to get the people of New York to vote for the Constitution, so including the people in the new government was incredibly important to him and the citizens of the new country. He also explains “[the Constitution’s] analogy to [the people’s] own state constitution” and how it compares and benefits each state’s population (Hamilton 1). Hamilton makes the argument that the Constitution will benefit the people of New York because he wanted the people to vote for the Constitution to pass. Throughout the paper, the evidence is very clear, through his explanations of the Constitution to help the people better understand it and his personal reason for writing the papers. As a result of his opinions, the argument is very convincing because he explains in depth how the Constitution will benefit the people in many ways.
Benjamin Franklin was also famously called the “First Citizen of the 18th Century”. He was a man of many trades, and he was also famous for the “Poor Richard’s Almanac,” and for his work in electrical theory as well. Benjamin Franklin organized the United States the first lending library and volunteer fire department. Benjamin scientific pursuits were to investigate into the electricity and mathematics on map-making too. He helped with the draft of the Declaration of Independence and the U.S. Constitution, and he also negotiated the 1783 Treaty of Paris, that was marked as the end of the Revolutionary War.
Furthermore, it can be claimed that these beliefs may actually have guided his writing in an attempt to convince future readers that the founders were God’s chosen people predicted in the Old Testament, as evidenced hereafter. In his writing, Bradford wanted to emphasize the adversities the founding fathers had undergone during the trip aboard the Mayflower ship and upon arrival and establishment in Plymouth. The author describes how – by God’s providence – only the elected arrived safely and overcame other obstacles afterwards, in a way to influence future generations to remember the founders and keep following the Puritan ideals. Therefore, we may say that the author interpreted providence in a way to confirm that the Puritan pilgrims were the fulfilment of the promise about the chosen people predicted in
Goodman is the best representative of people who have lost their beliefs in the true, the good and the beautiful things on earth; they would rather submit themselves to the evil sides. Many of us are simply a copy of Goodman Brown, swaying back and forth between truth and wrong. Sometimes we can make a righteous decision but other times we are like Goodman Brown destroyed by our own human nature. At the assembly, Devil, who disguised as an old man, says to Goodman Brown, “Evil is the nature of mankind. Evil must be your only happiness.” That is to say evil dwells in everyone’s mind.
Faith Volpi Mrs. McLellan English III The American Dream is to succeed in making everyone feel equal and supported. People 's view about the American Dream are different everywhere one goes. The American Dream does indeed still exist in todays society, and it is one 's job to try their hardest to succeed the values of their own American Dream. Because with everyone united one can succeed at achieving one’s own idea of the American Dream. In the Declaration of Independence, Thomas Jefferson talks about quote, “The American Dream, and how life should be different”.
“iad” of the title came from the work’s association with the great epic, Iliad. Barlow tried to proclaim the preeminence of New World republicanism while he imitated the poetic conventions belonging to aristocratic Old World (Murphy 39). Before he “was expelled from England for subversive activity in 1792, he found time to pay a visit to Pope’s grotto at Twickenham in order to pay tribute to the poet who had inspired all his own verse” (Packer 12). It “clearly poses the problem of how to write a democratic epic, a heroic poem of the common man or woman, but it comes nowhere near solving it. That would have to wait for Walt Whitman and Leaves of Grass (Gray 39).
With that being said, John did as he was told because he did not have self-reliance. A commentator stated “Holmes was certainly not difficult…”(Morley), when it came to expressing his believes or logical reasonings. A few days later after John did as he was directed by Holmes. He mysterious met his after-life with no logical explanation of who murdered him. John relied on Sherlock Holmes to brighten his future and end this senseless trend of deaths among the Openshaw’s.
Early Enlightenment thinker John Locke presented to the society documents which championed inalienable rights including life, liberty, and property. Liberty in specific becomes a most crucial topic in the debate deciding what conditions the state should prohibit speech offensive to some groups. Much later, John Stuart Mill built upon and constructed reformed ideas that contrasted the early enlightenment and would then be known as the Mature Enlightenment. In his works now classified as neoclassical utilitarianism- he was an avid follower of Jeremy Bentham, the father of Classical Utilitarianism- Mill also presents invaluable perspectives which can be used to discuss the debate While Locke’s philosophy would justify that speech can be banned
Jefferson uses rhetorical devices like parallelism and repetition to explain the reasonings of the Colonists decision to break their bonds with the King and Britain. Jefferson's use of parallelism helped clarify his message to the King. His strategy to use phrases in a similar structure