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Random First Lines:ORIGINAL STORY: THE LOST JEWELS
(AUTHOR: RABINDRANATH TAGORE)
â€˜â€˜A COMPLETE SELF-ANALYSIS,
EDITED AND WRITTEN ON BASIS OF THE... » Read
Grappling with the aesthetic ,
The sweating striving of integrity and the charlatan-poseur
And what is it anyway .. this thing we call '' Beauty ''
Is the flower beautiful before you set your gaze on it ,or does is become beautiful because you looked and found it...
A dissertation on the forces which guide human races and civilizations.
Darwin evolution race genetics eugenics economics history politics Adam_Smith Malthus Machiavelli Plato Aristotle Socrates Austrian_School republic democracy war freedom liberty Orwell revolution totalitarianism...
By Nikolai Winter
An essay I wrote defining (and defending) the art of role-playing.
By Century Society
This is an essay I've been giving myself a hard time over. I wrote over 5000 words and got it down to 1300. There are no references, because it'sall out of my own head.
Update - cleaned up the rambling parts a bit
Update - added some more in depth parts
After reading Descartes, Plato, and Aristotle, comes a small note on the soul...
Essay | Updated Jun 9, 2013 | Reads: 8 | Comments: 2 | Likes: 5
An essay I wrote for a competition at the university. I won, and with that I got a free trip to Turkey, which will commence March 8th. The essay had to be specifically about how a certain book (The Prisoner of Tehran by Marina Nemat) enhanced my understanding of other cultures. You might be a...
By Diana Christina
The perceived took pleasure in the embrace of the conceived, but saw not its face.
By Ray Mishpat
Do not maiam: de sea, de mountains and de land.
By Clyde Donard
Final part of my memoir on reading stuff.