How did Hegel’s ideology influence marxism?

How did Hegel’s ideology influence marxism?

  • PHILOSOPHY

How did Hegel’s ideology influence marxism?

It is Hegel’s vision of how history is formed that has a profound impact on his student, Marx. The notion of the dialectic as helping to reveal the essence of historical consciousness is an…

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  • RUDYARD KIPLING

Does Rudyard Kipling belong to Indian writing or British writing?

This is a very interesting question. On one hand, I think that a clear case can be made that Kipling belongs in the category of British writing. It is clear that his primary audience is British….

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  • THE GREAT GATSBY

In The Great Gatsby, how does time and place change in the novel according to the situations?

The setting of The Great Gatsby is New York, primarily East and West Egg. Old money aristocrats live on East Egg while the nouveau riche reside on the West Egg. The two juts of land are…

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  • PHYSICS

Why are dielectric materials used in capacitors?

Capacitors have two sheets of conductors which are oppositely charged. The capacitance of a parallel plate capacitor is given by the expression e0*A/d, where e0 denotes permittivity, A is the area…

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  • ROBERT HERRICK

What is the tone of Robert Herrick’s poem,”To Virgins, to Make Much of Time”?

This poem is a famous example of a type of literature referred to as “carpe diem” literature. This is a Latin phrase meaning “seize the day.” Thus, in this poem, the speaker addresses all “virgins”…

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  • HISTORY

Need help my thesis!!! Cool website. Anyhow, I am stumped with this 7 page research paper. You’d…

I can’t really tell if you’re arguing anything because I can’t see your paper. But if you’re saying that the plague eased overpopulation, you are going to need to be sure to prove that…

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  • TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD

How does Harper Lee relate Scout to readers in To Kill a Mockingbird?Please use evidence such as…

Harper Lee made a wise choice to use Scout as the narrative voice of her novel To Kill a Mockingbird. Although the story is told in retrospect, from the much older, wiser adult Scout, the author…

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  • MACBETH

In Macbeth, what role do Macbeth’s visions and hallucinations play in the develpoment of his…

In Macbeth, Macbeth’s visions and hallucinations serve as symbols of Macbeth’s inner conflict throughout the play. Macbeth has his first hallucination when he envisions the dagger at the beginning…

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  • THE PICTURE OF DORIAN GRAY

How do I write a thesis on The Picture of Dorian Gray about corruption and the influence of Lord…

Your initial idea is great. A key theme of this amazing novel is the power of corruption and Lord Henry is certainly the character that corrupts Dorian, in spite of the best efforts of Basil to…

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  • DUBLINERS

What is the conflict in the short story “An Encounter?”

The conflict in this story is between the boys and society (or you might call it “the way the world works”). The boys want excitement and adventure, but they find that things that seem like they…

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  • TO BUILD A FIRE

Examine “To Build a Fire” in terms of its theme.

To me, one of the central themes of this unforgettable story of man against nature is the way that this story reflects the Naturalism of Jack London. Naturalism is a philosophical idea that…

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  • DON QUIXOTE

Why is Don Quixote (Book 1) viewed as a comedy by some people? Use references, and explain.

I think that Quixote can be seen as a comic figure to a great extent because of how he views himself. In the first part of the book, Quixote really sees himself as worthy of a knight’s pursuit and…

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  • DON QUIXOTE

Why is Don Quixote (First book) viewed as a tragedy by some people? Explain, and use references.

On many levels, Quixote and the book for which he is named can be seen as a tragedy. I think that there are a couple of reasons for this. The first being that Quixote’s quest is unrealized in…

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  • HISTORY

What are your thoughts on The Koran:(The Cow, Women,The Dinner Tble, the thunder, Abraham, The…

I think you’re on the right track, with your last post. Why don’t you write about the similarities and differences between your religion and the specific sections you mention in your original…

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  • THINGS FALL APART

My Question is below.The osu (outcasts) of Mbanta were permitted to do all of the following…

The osu are of course the outcasts of the Igbo society and they are thrown out for a variety of reasons. Some of them were unfortunate enough to bear twins and are then considered unclean along…

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  • TEACHERS

Which form of education do you believe is the better way of teaching?Using technology to appeal…

I think that the fundamental nature of the question might be a bit flawed. I believe that one does not have to choose between ideas such as “traditional” or “technology.” I think that one can use…

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  • SCIENCE

What is the purpose of deer in our ecosystem besides hunting them? How do they help the earth?

Deer are part of food chains and webs in nature. They are herbivores or primary consumers. These ruminants graze on a variety of plants and digest this material in their four chambered stomach….

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  • HAMLET

Examples needed regarding the conflict of man vs. man between Hamlet and Laertes. Thank you!!!

The key to this conflict is the fact that Hamlet, in a rash mistake, killed Polonius, thinking that it might have been the King who was hiding behind the arras in his mother’s room. Laertes comes…

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  • PARADISE LOST

Can you please help me out with Objective Questions in Paradise Lost Book I?…Thank You

  1. Which angel does Satan trick by disguising himself as a cherub? Uriel The following forms does Satan take? Angel/ Toad/ Cormorant In what book does the fall take place? Bk 9 Which angel wields…
  • THE CRUCIBLE

Discuss examples of hypocrisy in The Crucible.Identify specific moments of hypocrisy.

Part of what makes Miller’s work so powerful is that it brings out the hypocrisy that is present in the time period of Salem. At the same time, the reader cannot help but to take the hypocrisy…

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  • POETRY

What is a symbolic poem that can be about your grandpa and doesnt rhyme?What is a symbolic poem…

The poem “Death of a Hired Man” by Robert Frost is a wonderful poem for this very purpose. It’s a narrative poem, and it could reference a grandfather through the character of Warren or through the…

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  • POLITICAL SCIENCE

I need help in writing bullet points about an Overview of social security and senior citizens…

Without the specific parameters of your assignment I think this general outline might assist you. Although your assignment is to ‘bullet’ your overview of social security you need to start with a…

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  • POLITICAL SCIENCE

Considering the national debt, is it a good idea for Congress to have the power to both raise and…

While it is certainly true that Congress does not do a good job of “living within its means,” there is no other democratic way to handle the raising and spending of money. Therefore, I think that…

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  • A CONNECTICUT YANKEE IN KING ARTHUR’S COURT

What did you like most about the novel A Connectict Yankee in King Arthur’s Court ?What did you…

While there is certainly an underlying darkness and a deep seriousness to Mark Twain’s novel, A Conneticut Yankee in King Arthur’s Court, Twain’s inimitable satire and humor is absolutely superb….

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  • A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE

What “two worlds” are juxtaposed in the opening of Scene I?Comparing and contrasting the two worlds.

In my mind, the two worlds that are brought out in the first scene are the realities of Blanche and the world. The setting is important in that Stanley and Stella live in a working class or poor…

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  • POLITICAL SCIENCE

Discuss some special interest groups pertaining to Social Security?Discuss some special interest…

The interest group (I think that the term “special interest group” is a pejorative one since it implies that these groups are asking for special and undeserved favors) that is most interested in…

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  • THE KITE RUNNER

In The Kite Runner how has the Taliban changed the society?

We are shown Afghanistan under the Taliban when Amir returns to his home country and we share Amir’s sense of shock at how his country has been transformed. However, to me, one central way the…

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  • MATH

Use the fact that d/dx(x^6 – 2x^2 + x) = 6x^5 – 4x + 1 to show that the equation: 6x^5 – 4x + 1 =…

We have the function f(x) = x^6 – 2x^2 + x. f'(x) = 6x^5 – 4x + 1. Now we see that f(1) = 1^6 – 2*1^2 + 1 = 1 -2 +1 = 0 And f(0) = 0 + 0 +0 = 0. Therefore we can use Rolle’s Theorem which states…

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  • TEACHERS

What are some ways to teach critical thinking skills in science within an online synchronous…

Critical thinking is a difficult skill to teach in a vacuum as a series of principles, whether it be in the classroom or on-line. As someone who has critiqued hundreds of science papers and…

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  • THE OLD MAN AND THE SEA

What are some real world examples of the theme, “A man can be destroyed but not defeated?”I have…

It seems like the basis of your speech should be on the individuals or groups in history that have survived and endured, enabling them to enjoy some level of triumph. In my mind, I would point to…

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  • THINGS FALL APART

How are music and food important in Things Fall Apart?

In Things Fall Apart, two aspects of culture that are often taken for granted by the reader are the ceremonies involving food and music. Together, they stand for the Igbo themselves, their heart…

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  • SOR JUANA

Identify the tone of Sor Juana’s “reply”. Does it remains constant, or does it change during the…

This question has been asked and answered. See the link below, and thank you for using eNotes! http://www.enotes.com/sor-juana/q-and-a/does-sor-juanas-reply-tone-remain-constant-does-270146

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  • HEART OF DARKNESS

Please describe the differences in setting between the movie Apocalypse Now by F. Coppola and the…

I think the key focus you should take is the differences between the context of colonial Africa and then Vietnam during the Vietnam war. What is fascinating about the film is how relevant the…

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  • THE HOBBIT

In The Hobbit, after the attack of the spiders, how do the dwarves’ attitude toward Bilbo change?

The Chapter you want to look at is Chapter 8 for the answer to this question. Let us remember that before the battle with the spiders Bilbo Baggins hadn’t really done that much to help the group -…

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  • THE HOBBIT

In The Hobbit, why is it necessary for Gandalf to leave the expedition?

I assume you are referring to Chapter 2 when the dwarves suddenly notice that Gandalf is no longer with them before they get captured by the trolls. Although at first we are told they are most put…

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  • MATH

f(x) = 2x^3 and g(x) = x + logx. Find f(g(10).

Given the function f(x) = 2x^3 and the function g(x) = x+log x. We need to find f(g(10)). First we will determine f(g(x)). f(g(x) = f ( x+ log x). Substitute with x= ( x+ log x ) into f(x)….

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  • CONFEDERATES IN THE ATTIC

What conclusions does Horwitz reach as a result of his travels in Confederates in the Attic?Do…

There’s no way to completely summarize what Horowirtz concluded in this short space, but let me highlight some of the standout points I found when I read it. 1) Southern identity is sometimes tied…

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  • MATH

If 3 and 5 are roots of the quadratic function f(x) , find f(2)

If 3 and 5 are roots of the quadratic function f(x) , find f(2) First we need to determine the function f(x): We know that: if x1 and x2 are roots for the function, then ( x-x1) and ( x-x2) are…

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  • MATH

Find the value of x if ln e^x + ln e^3 = ln e^5

ln e^x + ln e^3 = ln e^5 To find x values, we will use the natural logarithm properties: We know that: ln a^b = b*ln a ==> x*lne + 3*ln e = 5*ln e Also from the logarithm properties we know that…

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  • OF MICE AND MEN

In Of Mice and Men Crooks is lonely. What supports that statement?I need some descriptions about…

In the 4th section, or chapter 4, Crooks character is clearly defined. The fact that Crooks has accumulated lots of books shows that he is used to being alone because no one wants to be with him….

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  • MATH

Find f(x) if f'(x) = 2x^2 – 5x + 7 and f(0) = -3

Find f(x) if f'(x) = 2x^2 – 5x + 7 and f(0) = -3 We know that: f(x) = integral f'(x) ==> f(x) = intg ( 2x^2 – 5x + 7) dx = intg (2x^2) dx – intg (5x) dx + intg 7 dx…

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  • MATH

Find the perimeter of the triangle whose vetices A(2,3) B(-1, 4) and C (-4,-6)

Given the triangle ABC such that: A(2,3) B(-1,4) c(-4,-6) are the vertices’s. To find the perimeter, we need to calculate the length of all 3 sides: We will use the following distance formula: D =…

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  • MATH

What are two convex functions, f and g, such that the composition f(g(x)) is not convex?

A function f(x) is convex if f”(x) >= 0 for all x. Now we have to find two functions f(x) and g(x) such that they are convex but f(g(x)) is not convex. If we take f(x) = -x f'(x) = -1 f”(x) =…

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  • MATH

Find the circumferece of the base of a cylinder whose volume is 36 and height 4

The cylinder has volume of 36 and height 4. Then we know that the formula for the cylinder volume is: V = r^2 *pi * h Where : v = volume h= height r= radius of the base Given V = 36 and h = 4…

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  • TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD

In To Kill a Mockingbird, what is a indirect quote that represents who Atticus is as a person?

Atticus Finch is an example of a truly good man, who seems to always do his best to see the good in the world and to refrain from juding others harshly. While Atticus does not condone…

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  • TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD

In To Kill a Mockingbird what is an indirect quote that shows who Atticus is at the core…

Who Atticus is at the core is often best stated by Miss Maudie, a neighbor who I am sure saw him deal with the struggle of his wife’s death and who has heard the trouble the town has given him on…

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  • MATH

What are the values of x if -4 < 2x-4 < 8

We need to find x values for the following inequality” -4 < 2x-4 < 8 We will solve the same way we solve the equality: We need to isolate x by itself. First we will add 4 to both sides:…

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  • MATH

Simplify the complex number z = ( 2-4i)/ (1-i) + (3+i)/2

Given the complex number z = ( 2-4i) / (1-i) + (3+i)/2 We need to simplify the number by writing the number into the complex number form “z = a+ bi”. First we will simplify the first part. ==>…

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  • THE SCARLET LETTER

identity crisis.Discuss the relationship between the scarlet letter and hester’s identity. Why…

Hester says more than once that if she were worthy of no longer wearing the letter it would come off of its own accord. One of those times is when Roger tells her the town leaders have considered…

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  • MATH

Find the distance between A(2,5) and B(a,b) . The point m(-1,3) is the midpoint of AB.

Given the points: A(2,5) B(a,b) and m(-1,3) is midpoint of AB We need to determine the point B(a,b) Then we will use the midpoint formula to solve for B: We know that: mx = ( Ax+Bx)/2 ==> -1 =…

 


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