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  • Death Euphemism Analysis

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    terms to avoid cultural sensitivity. This paper attempts to make a contrastive analysis of Chinese and English death euphemism and expound the causes of their similarities and differences from various aspects. To begin with, regardless of nations, religions or customs, individuals hold similar or, to some extent, same attitudes towards death, which is a law of nature that

  • My Reflection On People's Criminal In History

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    hurt my precious thing: my family, without the protection of the law and moral rules. Therefore, I consider that why human beings insist on killing each other, most of the reasons are the profits get affected by human differences: nationality, race, religion, and individual deep-rooted

  • The Importance Of Secularization

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    will not function and cannot maintain a moral order. But, if religion plays a key role to maintain a society, why is world turning to secularity? Secularization has become a trend among Third World Countries to achieve modernization. A legal wall between state and religion impedes enables development of a state. At some point in history religion has limited the state’s authority; hence religion does not contribute to development. Religion has become an obstacle success, so an essential step to build

  • Violence In India

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    tormenting a large number of people and regions in the country in recent years. In modern times, the local acts of violence have also been commonly placed in political contexts depending on the identities of the people involved in them. Inter-caste, inter-religion and inter-ethnic relations have become such a widespread concern that any act of violence among two individuals belonging to two different ethnic/cast/ religious groups is seen through political lens and the strife between two individuals becomes

  • Khushwant Singh Analysis

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    “Mortality is a matter of money. Poor people cannot afford to have money, so they have religion.” This quote by Khushwant Singh gives one an idea of Khushwant Singh’s condescending view of religion. Khushwant Singh, the insightful writer that he is, has a deep understanding of the social problems faced by Indians. His forceful, brilliant and passionate writings torment the Indian spirit in contemporary times, constantly prodding the society towards positive introspection and betterment. A deep analysis

  • Nationalism And Nationalism

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    Europe, the United States and India the need for a study of religion and identity becomes increasingly pertinent. To understand this confluence of religious and national extremism this paper tries to trace the roots of nationalism and explores its links to religion in Europe. This paper will try to argue that not only that nationalism has replaced religion but also that nationalism is a form of religious expression in and of itself. ‘Religion’ and ‘nationalism’ have long been contested terms. Given

  • The Argument Against Evil: The Problem Of Evil

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    people to do evil deeds and causing harm to others. The Religious Point of view on Evil and Suffering According to the religious perspective on suffering, the most concerned with understanding of suffering from different religions how it can be resolved. Different religions have different perspectives some says that there is god and some says that there is no god, humans have right to choose between good or bad path. The Christian response to evil and suffering The main response to evil and suffering

  • Friedrich Nietzsche's 'The Genealogy Of Morals'

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    death. Surprisingly they go hand in hand. Choice makes us human. In “The Genealogy of Morals” Friedrich Nietzsche makes an interesting point when he attempts to explain why we use God as a coping mechanism. “Then this guilt-ridden man seized upon religion in order to exacerbate his self-torment to the utmost.” We, humans, stand below God, but above animals that way we can blame our animal-like instincts for our mistakes instead of ourselves. However, at some point

  • Friedrich Nietzsche's Philosophy Of Life

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    Friedrich Nietzsche His philosophy is a philosophy of life, the creation of which has pushed Darwin's theory of the evolution of animals and plants. Acute and original drama and controversy reflected the era of transition from classical philosophy to modern philosophy. We distinguish three phases of his work: The first phase took place in the framework of thinking ideas of antiquity, creativity of Schopenhauer. During this period, written by "The Birth of Tragedy," "Philosophy in the Tragic Age

  • Emil Fackenheim's Theory Of Evil

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    writers. Every religion has intended to make sense out of the purpose for evil to exist in this world. Throughout many historical eras, many responses to this problem have emerged. The concept of evil has played an important role in the three Abrahamic religions, Islam, Judaism and, Christianity. Evil has been described as a product of either Human nature (Christianity, Julian of Norwich), privation (Islam, Mohammad Saeedimehr) or uncertainty (Judaism, Emil Fackenheim). Each religion has a different