In recording all his findings, Maury wrote several books, all which are still widely used today. Matthew Maury is still respected in the twenty-first century because in his works, he referenced the Scriptures and never failed to exhibit God’s brilliance in creation. Finally, Matthew Maury is revered for his tremendous accomplishments in the field of oceanography. He was considered “…the most internationally recognized scientist of his time, rivaling Ben Franklin in his own time” (Sells). Maury had realized that there were currents in the oceans, but not until later, did he set out to find them and map them in a simple chart.
Fukuzawa states, “The national structure of a nation is not something immutable. It is subject to considerable change.” Fukuzawa believes that advancing civilization takes time. As he continues, western civilization seems to just be a goal of Japan and not of Asia, even though the title of chapter two is “Western Civilization as our Goal.” It is selfish of Fukuzawa to group Asia together as one identity. “Besides, civilization is not a dead thing it is something vital and advancing.” This is a huge contrast from the idea he has in “Goodbye Asia” where he emphasizes that China and Korea should already be as advanced as Japan. Fukuzawa explains his idea of civilization through different processes and does not hint at any imperialism and only using the west as an example.
The sacred scripture Bhagavad Geetha that appeared in India more than 5000 years ago, has remained one of the most popular, and acclaimed scriptures of the world ever since sage Vyasa presented it to the world. This scripture is translated in many languages all over the world. Many scholars, religious leaders, Philosophers and spiritual masters, writers and public figures have given their commentaries on this scripture starting from Adi Shankara onwards. This is also interpreted in different ways by the followers of different ancient philosophies of India. It is continuing to attract more and more readers, writers, commentators, translators from all across the world irrespective of their religion, nationality, profession and so on.
While they were in their golden ages, the western region was in their dark ages. Abbasids’ huge impact on the western culture shows that connections were highly made between civilizations, and that was the reason of their development and entering the history as a great dynasty, and their greatness is still proven up it this moment because of their crucial contributions in different
People are continuously improving by learning from their past experiences. Such, that many of the laws across the world and articles in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights are either inspired or completely based on previous laws and rights. Hammurabi’s Code is no exception. Although the basis and theme of the code was based on the idea of “An eye for and eye, and a tooth for a tooth.”, these pre-Biblical laws helped shape Babylonian life and still have a large influence on modern rights and laws. Hammurabi’s Code was written back in ancient Mesopotamia, long before the Greek or Romans civilizations existed and is one of the earliest and most complete ancient legal codes, beaten only by the Code of Ur-Nammu, which originated with either
It is important to know more about this relationship, because a growing body of research indicates that the ancient epic has a veritable treasure trove of lessons to teach modern managers. This research paper develops the relationship framework of these styles after an intensive literature search of Valmiki Ramayana. SERVANT LEADERSHIP: The concept of leadership has fascinated the world of management for ages. The seemingly simple question of what makes a person a leader, has been found proverbially difficult to answer. An oft repeated definition is leadership is the art of influencing, motivating, inspiring, and transforming people to achieve organizational objectives.
SIA has done well in investing heavily and placing trust and autonomy in its people. SIA understands the intricacies of the service triangle and works within and around it, always placing the customer at its core and forefront. Knowing and working with the knowledge that this in turn leads to the service-profit chain has worked very well for SIA to post profits year-on-year for decades. Incorporating the policy of always wanting to be the best by making also investing in research and development has brought it to the forefront of rivals. When a new innovation is revealed and offered, by the time the competition implements the same, SIA is already on its next move.
LEADERSHIP EVALUATION PAPER ON MAHATMA GANDHI AND JAWAHARLAL NEHRU By Kranthi Dayyala CALIFORNIA UNIVERSITY OF MANAGEMENT AND SCIENCE Ba 521-Leadership and Organizational Behavior Instructor-Dr. Gaylon R. Crawford, Ph.D. DATE: 02/06/2018 This Paper just focuses on majority rule initiative in such developments in India and considers Mahatma Gandhi and Jawaharlal Nehru of India as perfect model of law based authority in just developments. Synopsis Mahatma Gandhi and Jawaharlal Nehru were both great Indian leaders. They were driven by an arrangement of high good esteems and set of accepted rules which they took after for the duration of their lives. They had an interior locus of control, they inspired others with their perspectives and persuaded them by thinking, they experienced numerous barricades on the way to independence for India however that did not stop them in battling for flexibility and regardless of having a place of colossal power, their state of mind towards life and good standards stayed unaltered.
introduction The purpose of this work is to accomplish the activity task that has been provided in the class. It has been seen that every religion has its own pious and spiritual people who possessed the traits of virtue and spirituality. This work would be presented in the form of the story about the Sanskrit epic Ramayan that is related to Hinduism. Ramayana is about the Rama’s journey and is considered as one of the most ancient stories of India. It is a very popular story and has been told into many languages.
A country’s Literature is one of its greatest assets as it enables to relive the past, reflect the present and foretell the future. Tamil Literature is a granary of history, culture and society especially of the past dating even back to Pre-Christian era. Various nuances of culture, the people’s emotions and experiences are captured in time by its Literature. Tolkāppiyam is one such antique work that has dictated terms for the Literature of its time. Though ancient, its powerful presence is still felt in many works of Tamil Literature.