One of the most important factor is that harmony and security of our country must always be guaranteed and not influenced by other negative factors. We must always remember that harmony within diversity can only be achieved when all the races unite, tolerate and respect each other. In conclusion, I hope that all the citizens will always value and appreciate the opportunity of having different races to live together in harmony within diversity. With every love that we have given, I believe that a better future would happen at every corner of this world at
Therefore, education plays a big role in making developing countries to be more developed. By being more globalized, developing countries could gain better education access than before. Export and import activity could also transfer education from a country to another. So, learning education thought by others that are more professional or better from developed countries could help a lot on improving developing countries that might still be struggling to be a better country or to compete with other countries, especially in the global market. By doing an international trading, knowledge could be transferred from country to country.
The dangerous and heinous acts committed with no doubt cause extreme aggression. However, Ingsoc has prepared for the anger by directing the violence towards other targets. The targets of Ingsoc include entities such as Eurasia, Eastasia, and people against the government under the ideals of Goldstein. During the Two Minutes of Hate, Winston stated, “As usual, the face of Emmanuel Goldstein, the Enemy of the People, had flashed onto the screen.” (p. 13) While much of the hate goes to the country Oceania is at war with, a large majority of the anger goes toward Goldstein. Goldstein is said to have been a principal member of Oceania right next to the level of Big Brother.
I have come to tell you that we all possess gifts that are unique to each of us. We have the capability to make a difference in the world through these talents that we are blessed with. In the words of Rotarian President Ravi Ravindran, "Every one of us has something to give — whoever we are, whatever our place in life. We can give our talent, our knowledge, our abilities, and our effort; we can give our dedication and our devotion." Each of us has a duty to fulfill by uncovering these traits and using them to make this world a more suitable place to live.
In this age where technology is at its highest point in human history, the world has never been so connected yet separated before. As the result of the segregation of cultures and people, the world as of now stands divided. Countless wars have been waged over the clash of ideas and methodologies, and all of this stems from the inability of humanity to accept that we are all, simply put, just humans in flesh and blood. The effects of cultural diversity have long been observed and recorded, given that they are very beneficial. Firstly and most importantly, diversity enriches a nation with a melting pot of multiple cultures, which give the country its own identity.
Humanism is going to transform the modern world. The term Neo-Humanism is introduced to present a new approach for dealing with common human problems. It expresses the ideas and values with renewed confidence in the ability of human beings to solve their problems as they encounter and to conquer uncharted frontiers. In our planetary community, the global village, we have the opportunity to peacefully and cooperatively resolve any differences we have. The use of the term community is important because of the emergence of global consciousness and the widespread recognition of our interdependence among communities of nations.
Lord of the Flies has many parallels with our real world both historically and currently in 2018 with leaders such as Adolf Hitler and Kim Jon Un, who have proven that mankind itself is the principal threat to our civilisation because of man’s inner evil and greed for power. I will today convince you how the main threats to civilisation and social order both in the play and our real world is definitely humanity itself. “Which is better - law and rescue or hunting and breaking things up? To have rules and agree or to hunt and kill like a pack of savages?” These powerful questions are asked by Piggy in Act 3 of the play to the group of boys on top of the mountain just before he is murdered by Roger. These questions go to the core of the main theme in the play – the conflict between civilisation and savagery.
He set up the Scriblerus Club with the help of Alexander Pope and other authors. He used irony and satire in an attempt to change his society from within. He was attacking all sides of society that seemed flawed to him. He, for instance, “was attacking the ‘abuses’ in religion and learning”. For instance, in Gulliver’s Travels, which is divided into four parts or books, Swift attacks the government, its organisation, structure and the falseness of its party system.
His coverage of humanism in Renaissance Europe is thorough and expresses the development and significance of humanism in Renaissance in Europe. The concepts of Nauert’s textbook demonstrate that expansion of humanism while also highlighting how textual criticism, the Reformation, educational reform, and popular culture were all influenced by humanism. Nauert’s sometimes makes allusions to debates concerning humanism, for example, he references Erasmus and Luther’s disagreements, but he does not sufficiently demonstrate the details of their debates through primary or secondary sources. Humanism and the Culture of Renaissance Europe highlights the growth, expansion, and significance of humanism in Renaissance Europe and it is vital to European history as it describes the transformation of humanism and illustrates humanism’s legacy on Western
Unruly and decentralized nobles were all of a sudden bound to a certain set of ideals, and definitions were set to define what national identity for each nation meant. These definitions had a strong basis not only in a cultural and linguistic sense, but they also relied significantly on physical attributes and religious beliefs. This set the stage for intolerance and the fear of what is different, because these nations had set their foundation on “national identities”, or similarities within a population. Such examples of nations span all of history. From the Roman Empire and Ming China to Imperial Japan to Nazi Germany, many nations committed atrocities for the sake of preserving national identity and unity.