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A dissertation on the forces which guide human races and civilizations.
I wrote Vital Symposium in a class I took at UCLA. Writing it was a great experience. Do you know who the stranger is from the story??? Feedback is welcome :)
By Sheakwon Vaughn
Using Platoâ€™s Euthyphro as well as at least two other outside resources, I explain why it is difficult to define the words â€œgoodâ€ and â€œbad.â€
By Ill Buddha
A thousand years after global warming set the earth on a new natural cycle, in the Time of Neptune, a small community on the edge of the world faces the incoming Ice Age.
This is an essay from writing 122. It actually won a writing contest, which I earned a semester of free tuition.
By Russ Hammond
The voice of the prosecution in Plato's Apology.
By Sabrina Bourque
A brief history of Hypatia, an extraordinary woman who contributed much to science and philosophy in the 4th century.
This was written on the eighth of january of 2011 and it was a typical high school essay assignment to write in one of the point of views of the people around Socrates before his death and i chose the one handing him the poison ... hope you guys like it!
By Keith Paz
An unfinished work in progress:
A rumination of philosophical questions and metaphysical...
By Clyde Donard
Final part of my memoir on reading stuff.
A short essay on wisdom, the spirit, and truth.
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