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Why the Rainforests Destruction Should Be Prohibited?

Posted on Thursday, June 30, 2016

The most important thing we can do – is to care. We have to care about the world we live in, the beauty we are surrounded by, the life that flourishes around. Forests Are the Lungs of the Earth Earth is beautiful. The 30% of

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Are Abortions Legal?

Posted on Tuesday, June 28, 2016

Are Abortions Legal? At some point in time or another, almost everyone has heard about the case of Roe v. Wade. This high-profile case was one of the main subjects in the media for quite some time. In fact, it is still widely talked about

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Dokdo Islands are Korean Property

Posted on Thursday, June 16, 2016

The Dokdo Islands have been administered by South Korea since 1954, and yet Japan still claims that the Dokdo Islands are theirs. What Is an Expository Essay? An expository essay is a type of written discourse that serves the purpose of explaining, describing and providing information to

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Ghost Hunting is Pure Fiction

It is interesting that in a time of increasing secularism and a renewed interest in rationality and skepticism, many people still believe in ghosts. Even many of the same people who don’t believe in other supernatural entities maintain a belief in ghosts. Ghost hunting is

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Correspondence Theory of Truth

Posted on Wednesday, June 15, 2016

There have been many different propositions related to the nature of truth and reality throughout the history of philosophy. The Correspondence Theory of Truth states that propositions can only be true if the facts and ideas that they are stating correspond to reality. People can

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Lifelong Learning Is no Longer Required for Career Success

Posted on Tuesday, June 14, 2016

Read why lifelong learning is not considered to be important in career development like before. People associate learning with formal education. People are taught the essence of a getting the highest form of education. Formal education is considered an important factor in determining how successful

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Violent Video Games and School Violence

Posted on Monday, June 13, 2016

Violent Video Games and School Violence. Is There a Correlation? A large amount of research has been done to create or understand a potential correlation between the playing of violent video games and the action of violence perpetrated by youth, especially within the school environment.

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Cross-cultural Marriages Contribute to Racial Tolerance

Posted on Thursday, June 9, 2016

CROSS-CULTURAL MARRIAGES CONTRIBUTE TO RACIAL TOLERANCE According to the Pew Research Center, 15 percent of U.S. newlyweds in 2010 were in marriages to people of another race or ethnic group and eight percent of all married people were in these cross-cultural marriages. This is up

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