History of Egyptians

As man evolved over centuries, his views of art also transformed. Each culture and era presents very distinct characteristics of their art. Through time and experimentation, the views of mankind clearly are seen with art. We must understand how art was used in the past, to know why we need it today. Egyptians were the […]

Athens Vs. Sparta

There were two major polises in Ancient Greece. These polises were very different form each other and are thought to be the two most different polises in Greece. Both of these polises had advantages and disadvantages for there citizens. Both polises had different forms of government, Athens was democratic and Sparta was totalitarian. Both of […]

Confucious

Confucius was a large believer that things should be based on virtue, and not on blood. Confucius stated that the ideal person was one of good moral character.The ideal person was also truly reverent in worship and sincerely respected his father and his ruler. He was expected to think for himself, guided by definite rules […]

Confucian

The Confucian tradition, which began during the Han dynasty (202 BCE-220 CE) strongly stressed that all of society, including the government, could be run according to the principles of the family.The family was the moral and political model for all organizations.The commonly used phrase ?§blood is thicker than water? holds true in China.The biological bond […]

Conformity

Conformity is an essential part of every culture. It's basic a likeness and understanding that can draw people together.A culture who has citizens who conform will be stronger. The regularity brings power, and stability. Because if all men are equal,then those who are together will become stronger than those alone. Conformity can be small things […]

ATHENS VS SPARTA

Athens and Sparta were two major civilizations.Each had their own beliefs, morals, traditions, and things that set them apart.They each lived in different areas of the world.Sparta was very isolated, and Athens was a trade capital of the world.They each had their own battles, wars and problems within their respected countries.They both had different government […]

Conflicts with Native Americans

In the 1830s the United States was beginning to expand west of the Mississippi. There was, however, usable land east of the River. It was inhabited by the Native Americans and it was very valuable. In 1830 and act called the "Indian Removal Act" was passed. It allowed the federal government to remove the Native […]

Conflicts in Solon

In this paper, I would like to discuss the conflicts between Athenians in Solon?fs time. In order to do so, I divided the paper into three sections. In thefirst section, I will discuss the conflicts between peasants and aristocrats. After that, I will talk about the conflicts between aristocrats themselves. Finally, I will discuss how […]

Conflicts in Medea

In Medea by Euripides, a desire for revenge and a determination to redress a moral wrong are both used in a way which conflicts with moral duty.It is in this way that Euripides creates a protagonist in which a maniacal, almost evil aura can be seen.The actions of the antagonist, Jason, drive Medea to a […]

Athens Sparta

Greek culture in 400-500 B.C.E. achieved greatness through two city-states, called Sparta and Athens.To better understand the interaction between Sparta and Athens and their desire for Greece to be a strong nation, it is imperative to know the situation of these two city-states in the early 400’s B.C.E.Throughout this essay I will briefly describe Athenian […]