INTRODUCTION: Even though the studyof Politics can benefit from experimental thinking, there can never be a strictcomparison to elements such as natural sciences, which, have agreed laws andmake objectivity their cornerstone, thus this essay is going to try and provethat the study of Politics cannot be purely scientific. In order to make anddevelop such an argument, …

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JaneAusten was an English novelist knownfor her six major novels among which one of them is Mansfield Park. Accordingto critics, Mansfield Park is the first of Jane Austen’s novel to be conceivedas well as executed and published in maturity. In this book Austen laysemphasis on the freedom of women in the 18th century. Even the titleof …

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Learning is a form of using “new ortransform existing knowledge, skills, or behaviours, which brings in change orcomes from experience or training” (Pereira and Rodrigues, 2013 p.27). Learningoccurs ‘in a conscious or unconscious way’ through various environmentalaspects such school education, self – learning or other forms of training (Princeand Felder 2006, Leahey and Harris 1989 …

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Iflegal legitimacy refers to the law, political legitimacy refers to the exerciseof power. The political power that is perceived as legitimate will be mostlyobeyed, while the one perceived as illegitimate will be disobeyed, unlessobedience is obtained through coercion. That is, political legitimacy is whenthere is a “social recognition” from the citizenship towards their politicalauthorities. Legitimacy …

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Quote: “Art is not a mirror with which to reflect reality but a hammer with which to shape it. “- Bertolt Brecht What is the contextBrecht was born to a middle-class family, in germany In the 1930s, Brecht was a committed communist and started to study Marxism. Nine years later Hitler’s Fascist was becoming more …

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The play ‘Rosencrantz and Guildenstern AreDead’ was written by Tom Stoppard on the 24th of August 1966, the play followsthe two anti-heroes from the play ‘Hamlet’ by Shakespeare, set in theElizabethan era. In the play ‘Hamlet’, Rosencrantz and Guildenstern were twominor characters from non-noble backgrounds, they were commoners. The play is writtenthrough the concepts of …

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Turkey’s Offensive in Syria: US FallsInto Trap of Its Own Making                                     PeterKORZUN    Inthe heat of the battle for Afrin, Turkey warnsit will go farther to establish control over vastswathes of land in northern Syria. The offensive  is supposed to takeTurkish forces as far as the Syria’s border with Iraq. If Ankara accomplishesthe mission, it’ll control …

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