What does Transcendentalism have to do with reincarnation?

# What does Transcendentalism have to do with reincarnation?

• MATH

What is smaller: log^2 11 or log 12?

Here we have to compare (log 11) ^2 and log 12. We assume the logarithms have the base 10. Now (log 11) ^2 can be written as (log 10*1.1) ^2 => (log 10 + log 1.1) ^2 => (1+ log 1.1) ^2 Now…

• TRANSCENDENTALISM

What does Transcendentalism have to do with reincarnation?

I don’t think that Transcendentalism expressly states a belief in reincarnation. I don’t think that reincarnation is an intrinsic part of the Transcendental movement. Part of the reason why I am…

• HARRY POTTER AND THE SORCERER’S STONE

What are the main themes in Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone?

The main theme throughout the Harry Potter books is the triumph of good over evil. This is true in Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone as well. However, applying this general theme of good vs….

• THE GLASS CASTLE

How would I break down The Glass Castle, for a short summary of a page?

Any time you need to write a summary, you must understand the main ideas of the work you are summarizing. This is why it is necessary to read it more than once. After the first reading, you need to…

• THE MERCHANT OF VENICE

Why is Portia uninterested in marrying the Neapolitan prince in The Merchant of Venice?

In Act 1, Scene 2 of Merchant, Portia–who is conflicted about the casket test that her deceased father designed for her suitors–tells Nerissa to name her potential husbands so that she can…

• PHYSICS

If a motor has a speed of 1500 rpm, how could we reduce its speed to 300 rpm?

Here, you have not specified whether it is an AC motor or a DC motor you are talking about. For a DC motor the speed of the motor can be controlled by changing the input voltage. If the motor is…

• THE MERCHANT OF VENICE

What method does Shylock use to increase his interest in Act 1, Scene 3 in The Merchant of Venice?

Shylock loans money for interest (usance or usury). He obviously bases his interest rate upon the rates of the time because he mentions checking the rates when discussing a three-month long loan…

• THE MERCHANT OF VENICE

Why is Shylock very doubtful about Antonio regarding bond surety in Act 1, Scene 3 of The…

Shylock tells Bassanio that he is concerned about lending the 3,000 ducats to Antonio because he knows that Antonio has his investments tied up in all the ships that he has sent abroad. While…

• THE MERCHANT OF VENICE

What does Portia say about the men who are interested in marrying her in Act 1, Scene 2 of The…

In Act 1, Scene 2, as Portia’s maid Nerissa lists each of Portia’s suitors, Portia critiques the man and explains why she does not want to marry him. The scene as a whole provides the audience with…

• MATH

What is the angle of rotation?The earth has a radius of approximately 6400 km. If a point on the…

Your question is a little difficult to understand. I assume by origin you mean the center about which it is rotating. Now you want to know how many kilometers it has rotated at the origin. Rotation…

• FRANKENSTEIN

In Frankenstein, Victor attributes his tragic fate to his relentless search for knowledge. Do you…

In part, Victor’s relentless quest for knowledge is the cause of his tragic fate. He stops at nothing to find out whether or not he can be successful in creating the monster. Although his…

• TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD

How is atmosphere portrayed through the character of Boo Radley in To Kill a Mockingbird?

At the beginning of the novel, Boo’s character provides an atmosphere of mystery and fear, especially for the children. Boo has not left his home since he was a teenager, and gossip is consistently…

• REFERENCE

Could you please give me an idea about how to write an essay on a civil engineering project? Thanks

Here a couple of suggestions: First, decide which civil engineering project you are going to write about. Do some research on when and how the project was accomplished. Research why the project…

• REFERENCE

Could you please give me an idea for this? Thanks.Write about 1000 words describing the Civil…

There are three canal projects that immediately come to my mind, each for their own distinct reasons. 1. The Erie Canal in the United States because it was the first in the new nation, linking what…

• MEDEA

How does feminism play an important role in the main character of Medea?

I can’t think of a woman in literature who takes more control of her situation than Medea. She does what she thinks she needs to do no matter how horrrific the consequences. Before the play…

• MATH

Find the roots of the equation x^6 – 9x^3 + 8 = 0

We have to find the roots of x^6 – 9x^3 + 8 = 0. x^6 – 9x^3 + 8 = 0 => x^6 – 8x^3 – x^3 + 8 =0 => x^3(x^3 – 8) – 1*(x^3 – 8) =0 => (x^3 – 1) (x^3 – 8) =0 Now use the difference of cubes…

• A THOUSAND SPLENDID SUNS

What are some examples of love triumphing over adveristy in A Thousand Splendid Suns by Khaled…

In A Thousand Splendid Suns, love always triumphs over adversity. For example, when Laila moves into the home of Rasheed and Mariam, the two women are at odds. However, they eventually form an…

• MATH

Find the roots of x^4 – 13x^2 + 36 = 0

We have to find the roots of x^4 – 13x^2 + 36 = 0. As we have x raised to the power 4, we are going to have 4 roots. Now let us see the given equation : x^4 – 13x^2 + 36 = 0 we see that -13 can…

• MATH

Factorize x^6 – 64.

We have to factorize x^6 – 64. Now x^6 = (x^3) ^2 and 64 = 8^2 x^6 – 64 => (x^3) ^2 – 8^2 We use x^2 – y^2 = (x – y) (x + y) => (x^3 – 8) (x^3 + 8) => (x^3 – 2^3) (x^2 + 2^3)…

• MATH

Factorize x^6 + 6x^3 + 5.

We have to factorize x^6 + 6x^3 + 5 First, see that x^6 + 6x^3 + 5 is of the form (x^3)^2 + 6x^3 + 5 Now if we take x^3 as y this is equal to y^2 + 6y + 5 Now 6y can be written as 5y + y => y^2…

• JULIUS CAESAR

In the play Julius Caesar, analyze the speech made by Brutus and highlight Mark Antony’s…

In Act III, scene i of Julius Caesar, Antony delivers one of the great monologues in all of literature, using much verbal irony and clever rhetorical devices to undercut Brutus’ empty words:…

• THE GLASS MENAGERIE

How is The Glass Menagerie an example of a memory play?

The Glass Menagerie can be easily explained as an example of a memory play in its basic taxonomy, the manner in which the scenes are coordinated, and the way in which the main character relates the…

• REFERENCE

Are you a 1st, 2nd (etc) generation from another country? Share your experiences!I am the first…

I can’t speak directly to this, but I can say you are at least somewhat lucky because your family *can* get to where you are. My dad is an immigrant from the Philippines (he had a chance to go to…

• STRANGE MEETING

How does the form of “Strange Meeting,” by Wilfred Owen, relate to its content?

The Poem’ Strange Meeting’ is written as an elegy: traditionally a form used to lament or mourn the dead. Owen is mourning the death of the narrator, curiously a poet who we take to be Owen…

• DIGGING

How does Seamus Heaney shows his family tradition in his poem “Digging”?

One aspect of Heaney’s poetry that is notable is the way that he uses his background growing up in Ireland and the life of his parents and his descendants as inspiration for his poetry. To Heaney,…

• MATH

(2/x+1)-(1/x-1)could someone please explain how to simplify this

To simplify (2/x+1) – (1/x-1). There are two terms each term with different denominators. The additio could be done at numerator leve if we ave common denominator. Therefore we convert both terms…

• NARRATIVE OF THE LIFE OF FREDERICK DOUGLASS, AN AMERICAN SLAVE

What was Douglass’s 1835 resolution in Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass?

I think that the answer you are looking for is that Douglass decided that he was going to try (sometime in the year 1835) to run away from his master and become a free man living somewhere in the…

• A PASSAGE TO INDIA

In the novel, A Passage to India, describe the Anglo- Indian relationship with reference of Aziz…

If there is any hope for Anglo- Indian relationships, it is brought out through the relationship between Aziz and Fielding. It is the only association which, for the most part, transcends the…

• HISTORY

How would you explain “A Future Member of Jefferson’s Cabinet, 13 August 1800” (Thomas Jefferson…

I think that you could pull much from this article that is fairly consistent with what Jefferson wanted to do at the outset of his administration. His fear that America will become a “monarchy”…

• SCIENCE

Please explain the answer to the following question in detail.If you have 1. 0 kg of iron, how…

We need to find the number of atoms of iron in 1.0 kilogram of iron. For this we need the atomic mass of iron. As you have given, the atomic weight of iron is 56. So we can use this. The 56…

why do you think that management is science or art?

management is the combination of both art and science.while implementing it in real life it is an art ,but without the background knowledge of management it cannot be effectively implemented.so…

• THE SCARLET LETTER

How can I analyze the love under Aestheticism in The Scarlet Letter and The Thorn Birds?The…

Begun in nineteenth century Europe Aestheticism emphasized sensory values over moral or social. It represents the same tendencies that symbolism did such as darker side of human nature. According…

• TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD

What would Boo and Jem write about?We imagine that Jem Finch and Boo Radley, characters of To…

If Boo were to write a letter to Jem, I imagine Boo would ask about how school was going for him and what sports he liked. He would probably ask politely about the well-being of the household. Once…

• LITERATURE

what are some distinct differences between Sustained Silent Reading Approach and the Read-Aloud…

I have been teaching for quite some time, so my answer may be considered Old School, so I hope that my response is useful and relevant to you. I have used both methods in teaching English…

• MATH

The bullet from a rifle travels at a speed of 3*10^4 cm/s.Work out the length of time in seconds…

Let’s go back to our basics. The formula for distance is given by: Distance = speed x time Rearranging, we have: Time = Distance/speed Let’s work in cm 1m = 100cm So, 54m = 5400cm Substituting…

• MATH

convert 3.35 hours into hours and minutes

(No offense to Neela, but 0.35 x 60 is not 39 but 21) To convert 3.35 hours into hours and minutes, First, 60 min = 1 hr 0.35 hr = 35/100 x 1 hr = 7/20 hr = 21/60 hr = 21 min So 3.35 hr = 3 hr 21…

• ANIMAL FARM

In Animal Farm, how does the battle over the windmill affect the animals?

The destruction of the windmill that the animals have worked so hard and suffered so much to put up occurs in Chapter 8 of this great novel. The men are successful in blowing up the windmill, but…

• DALLOWAY

What is the significance of the title “Mrs. Dalloway”?

Woolf once wrote that, “All human relations have shifted—those between masters and servants, husbands and wives, parents and children. And when human relations change there is at the same time…

• MATH

If f(x,y)=2y^2x-yx^2+4xy , find the local extrema and saddle points of f .

higher dimention problems are solved analogously with 2-D extrema problems: take derivatives for each direction, and solve. Steps: Find critical points where Fx = Fy = 0; evaluate second derivative…

• SCIENCE

Why is it that a plant species that reproduces only by self pollination can adapt better than a…

The answer to your question is that in asexual reproduction there is no exchange of genetic information to create offspring that are different from the parents. In the case of plants, the new…

• THE GREAT GATSBY

Nick tells Gatsby, “You can’t repeat the past,” Gatsby replies, “Why of course you can.” Why do…

In Chapter One of The Great Gatsby, a dreamy Jay Gatsby stares longingly at the green light at the end of Daisy Buchanan’s pier. He dreams of the girl he met before he went to war, and hopes to…

• A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM

What is the most important dramatic unit of Act I, scene i in Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s…

I did a bit of research on the term “dramatic unit,” and, as far as I can determine, it was first used by John Howard Lawson, a playwright and screenwriter, in his 1960 treatise: Theory and…

• MACBETH

What are some examples of literary devices used in Macbeth by Shakespeare?

A major literary device used in Shakespeare’s Macbeth is paradox. A paradox is a situation that at first appears false but after some thought shows a significant truth. In the first scene of Act…

Briefly explain the concept of Performance Appraisal.In more than 800 words.

Performance appraisal is a method of evaluating the behaviour of employees in the work spot, normally including both the quantitative and qualitative aspects of job performance. It is a systematic…

• THE APPRENTICESHIP OF DUDDY KRAVITZ

In The Apprenticeship of Duddy Kravitz, how is Mr. MacPherson affected by the death of his wife?

Mr. MacPherson is a teacher in Duddy’s high school, and is a victim of pranks by the boys. At one point, he insults Duddy’s father, and Duddy takes the insult very seriously. When a prank phone…

• THE OLD MAN AND THE SEA

What does “sack” mean in “so that he’ll fill the sacks along his backbone with air” in The Old…

The quote is in reference to the swim bladder of a fish. Bony fish contain this important organ. A swim bladder is an organ that is usually a pair of gas-filled sacs, used to maintain buoyancy in a…

• LITERATURE

What books do you recommend about “Satanism” ?If you’re a teacher, student, or a reader : what…

There are two ways to approach this topic: to study Satanism as one aspect of various permutations of the occult (which came to prominence during the occult revival in the 1960s) and to study…

• THE APPRENTICESHIP OF DUDDY KRAVITZ

In The Apprenticeship of Duddy Kravitz, what is the difference between Lennie and Duddy?

Lennie is older than Duddy, and trying to become successful as a medical student. Their father likes Lennie more, giving Duddy more and more reason to try and impress him. When he is first…

• THE APPRENTICESHIP OF DUDDY KRAVITZ

In The Apprenticeship of Duddy Kravitz, how does Max’s job as a pimp affect Duddy’s upbringing?

Duddy Kravitz is the younger son in his family, and so feels the need to prove himself to his family and the world. His mother died when he was young, and his father, Max, is an uneducated man who…