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... back to Florence, which at the time, was the flowering city of the Renaissance. This meant there was a strong influence of humanism in the city, which influenced and captured his thoughts. Although he had no artistic background, decided he wanted to be an artist. At first, this angered his father, who really was just in search of money. Then, after many debates, 's father gave in and allowed him to take an apprenticeship under Domenico Ghirlandaio. His work at the hands of his teacher caught the eye of Lorezno Medici the Magnificent, the power in Florence. Lorenzo invited to sculpt for him. This visit allowed ...

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... and lasting mathematical work was the invention of analytic geometry. It seems that the underlying point of ’s philosophy is to specify exactly what it is that we are sure we know. Understanding ’ philosophy begins with understanding his method of doubt. Think about it like this. Almost everything you believe to be true comes from the senses or through the senses. However, the senses are sometimes deceptive. Since the senses are not completely trustworthy, it is irrational to place complete trust in them. However it is no small leap of faith to presume that everything our senses tells us is fals ...

David Hume's An Inquiry Concerning Human Understanding
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... of Ideas,” and “Matters of Fact.” (240) “Relations of ideas” are either intuitively or demonstratively certain, such as in Mathematics (240). It can be affirmed that 2 + 2 equals 4, according to Hume’s “relations of ideas.” “Matters of fact” on the other hand are not ascertained in the same manner as “Relations of Ideas.” The ideas that are directly caused by impressions are called "matters of fact". With “matters of fact,” there is no certainty in establishing evidence of truth since every contradiction is possible. Hume uses the example of the sun rising in the future to demonst ...

Symbols In Poe's Writing
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... in England Poe was sent to a private school. In the spring of 1826, Poe entered the University of Virginia. At the University he had an excellent scholastic record. Almost at once he ran into difficulties. His foster father did not provide any financial support for school fees and other necessities. Poe became homesick. At school he began to drink. Soon he was in debt for over two thousand dollars. Poe discovered that he could not depend on his foster father for any financial needs. John Allan refused to pay for any of Edgar's debts, therefore he had to withdrawal from the University. In May of 1827, Poe en ...

Abraham Lincoln
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... With his gift for swapping stories and making friends, he became quite popular and was elected to the Illinois legislature in 1834. In his spare time, he taught himself law and became a lawyer. In 1847, he was elected to the U.S. Congress, but returned to his law practice until 1858, when his concern about the spread of slavery prompted him to return to national politics and run for the U.S. Senate. Lincoln rose to greatness from a humble beginning. Born in 1809 in a log cabin in Kentucky, Lincoln spent most of his childhood working on the family farm. He had less than a year of school but managed to educate h ...

Abraham Lincoln And Jefferson Davis
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... of the Confederate States of America, and also a successful planter. He had beliefs for the South to continue in the old ways with slavery and plantations. Both Lincoln and Davis had strong feelings for the protection of their land (Arnold 55-57). Both Abraham and Jefferson Davis shared several differences and similarities. Lincoln was known to have an easy going and joking type attitude. In contrast, Davis had a temper such that when challenged, he simply could not back down (DeGregorio 89). Davis had been a fire-eater before Abraham Lincoln's election, but the prospect of Civil War made him gloomy and dep ...

Anne Tyler
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... settling in Baltimore Tyler was the Russian bibliographer at Duke University and worked in the law library of McGill University. As a writer Tyler made her debut with If Morning Ever Comes in 1964, depicting a young man returning from Columbia to North Carolina and attempting to find his own way under family expectations. It was followed by The Tin Can Tree, and A Slipping-Down Life. From 1967 Tyler worked as a full-time writer. She won in 1977 an award from the American Academy for Earthly Possessions. Her novel Dinner at the Homesick Restaurant (1982) explores tensions inside a family seen from the perspectiv ...

Charlie Chaplin
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... his father had already left home permently. In June of 1896 Charlie, Sydney and their mother were forced to enter the Lambeth Workhouse for the poor. Soon after the two boys were sent to Hanwell School for Orphans and Destitute Children. Two years later after Charlies mother had a breakdown he and Sydney went to live with their father and his mistress. In the same year Charlie joined the dancing troupe, the Eight Lancashire Lads. Which eventually led to his parts in Sherlock Holmes and a few other parts. At the same time his brother Sydney had joined the famous Fred Karno Company and there he quickly became a lea ...

Thomas Jefferson
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... simple ones of a farmer. Surrounded by the pomp and ceremony of Washington and Adams' courts, his dress was homely. He despised titles, and preferred severe plainness of speech and the sober garb of the Quakers. "What is the date of your birth, Mr. President?" asked an admirer. "Of what possible concern is that to you?" queried the President in turn. "We wish to give it fitting celebration." "For that reason, I decline to enlighten you; nothing could be more distasteful to me than what you propose, and, when you address me, I shall be obliged if you will omit the 'Mr.' " If we can imagine Washington doing s ...

John Rocker
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... a December issue of Sports Illustrated. Those powerful lines are what people are chatting over. "Should we forgive him, or should we throw him in jail"? Those are only a couple opinions that are swirling around on what Major League Baseball should do. I, in no way agree with what Mr. Rocker is saying, however he is being treated is fair. In order to fully understand where Mr. Rocker was coming from, we have to go back to the MLB Playoffs. The Cinderella New York Mets take the Braves into extra innings in the 5th game of the National League Playoffs. In comes , bursting with energy to try and shut the Mets dow ...

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