RonPaulCurriculum Western Civilization Essay The two religions, in my opinion, are not similar at all, they both might have similar rituals like sacrifice and praying to the God or gods. In Christianity, there is only one and all-powerful God, who can do anything, compared to the multiple gods that the Greeks have. Also, the way … Continue reading Christianity VS Greek Gods
RonPaulCurriculum Western Literature Essay The "What was Aeschylus's view of the Trojan war?", well many people know about the Trojan war in Homer’s Iliad and Odyssey. Well someone called Aeschylus who was a Greek tragedian, and he wrote many plays. One play called the Oresteia was a story on the Trojan war but unlike other … Continue reading Aeschylus and Orestes
RonPaulCurriculum Western Literature Essay "What would have been Orestes' proper course of action, had he been living today? Why? Before I begin, I suggest you read the past essay “Aeschylus and Oresteia” , since this essay will be much easier to understand if you did. But just for a quick reminder, Oresteia is a three-part … Continue reading Orestes
RonPaulCurriculum Western Civilization Essay “What was the Augustan Settlement? How did Augustus balance his perceived need for absolute power with his concern to lend the impression that the republic had been restored and the old ways were being observed?” Well to answer the first question you first need to know Octavian (who later on will … Continue reading Augustan settlement/julius caesar
RonPaulCurriculum Western Civilization Essay So the first question is “what is the meaning of the word liberty used in Greece compared to the use today in America?” Well, liberty it Greece meant being able to be proud to serve your city-state. And the only reason why there were city-states was that Greece wasn't one country, it … Continue reading Liberty/epicureanism
RonPaulCurriculum Western Literature Essay “What was Hesiod's view of the mankind's past and future?" Hesiod was a Greek poet, and he was alive the same time as Homer, another famous poet during that time. When Hesiod was alive, he came up with the idea that God's created 5 different types of humans, there is Gold, … Continue reading Hesiod
RonPaulCurriculum Business I Essay “What would I have to give up in order to save 10% of my income" So the question for today is what I would give up for 10% of my income, there are a few things that I would give up just to save 10% of my income. First off I … Continue reading “What would I have to give up in order to save 10% of my income”
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