Individualism Essay Topics

Totalitarian Individualism

Thesis:             Through the analysis of Hannah Arendt`s The Origins of Totalitarianism,  Frederick Nietzche`s Morality as Anti-Nature, and contemporary philosopher Scott Adam’s God’s Debris, this author will shed light on the human desire to follow trend, and validate Nietzche’s argument that devout faith in cause is the product of anxiety about the unknown.  This anxiety… View Article

One Flew over the Cuckoo’s Nest Response to Literature

Society is a judgmental and rejecting place. It only allows uniform individuals to be in this society which discards anyone’s individuality and pride. In the novel, One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest, by Ken Kesey, Nurse Ratched alienates the patients’ individualities which only allows them to never progress in their mental health. The society rejects… View Article

Belonging Creates Dilemma’s

Belonging is a social construct that is complex and dynamic. It is paradoxical by nature which brings about dilemmas in the lives of individuals. In order to meet the fundamental need to belong, one must abide by the tacit codes and conventions of a particular group whilst complying with their values, attitudes, and beliefs. However,… View Article

Collectivism vs. Individualism

Collectivism and Individualism are what all political parties, tags, and ideals boil down to: those who want someone or some idea to follow and desire a set of rules so as to maintain order, and those who feel oppressed with too much control from the government, society, etc. and place freedom at highest regards. In… View Article

Group Experience

What is a group? Adams and Galanes describe a group as three or more individuals, who have a common purpose, interact with each other, influence each other, and are interdependent (P. 11). I think their definition assembles the unwritten requirements of what groups’ ambitions and attitude should replicate. Unfortunately, I firmly believe our group lacks… View Article

Self Assessment

What did this exercise reveal about you to yourself? The description of the four types of personal orientation to others, named as competitors, individualists, cooperators, and equalizers is another way to understand our unique preferences and how we respond to others (Greenberg, 2013). This exercise indicated an individualist disposition with cooperators coming in second. Since… View Article

Paternalism and individualism

Paternalism is a Latin word, which is emanates from the Latin word “pater” meaning father. Therefore it refers to the patriarchy arrangement pattern that a is depicted in a family where there is figurehead who most times is the father who takes the sole responsibility of making decisions on behalf of others who includes the… View Article

Should the State Try to Make You a Better Person

The importance of becoming a better individual relies on a personal desire of satisfying the necessity of being accepted in a society. Most individuals want to be better people in order to be happier and be able to enjoy life, but is it government responsible to make better people? The answer to this question is… View Article

Political Philosophy and Individualism

Individualism is the moral stance, political philosophy, ideology, or social outlook that emphasizes “the moral worth of the individual”. Individualists promote the exercise of one’s goals and desires and so value independence and self-reliance and advocate that interests of the individual should achieve precedence over the state or a social group, while opposing external interference… View Article

A Cultural Comparison – Romanian vs. Canada

Authored by Cristina Huré 2 November, 2012 International Communication Supervised by Professor Jeanine Deen Word Count: 2440 Abstract The paper discusses the comparison between the Canadian national values displayed by Rogers Communications and Romanian national values displayed by COSMOTE Romania through their commercial advertising and how they do so. The research findings use Hofstede’s cultural… View Article

Anthem by Ayn Rand

The book Anthem by Ayn Rand expresses the true meaning of the word “ego.” The definition says its meaning but the story itself shows it with actions. Ego means the self aspect of an individual that thinks, forms values, and makes judgments. In Anthem it refers to the need individuals have to be liberated from… View Article

Egoistic Hedonism – Essay

Is it unreasonable to ask people to sacrifice their own pleasures for those in poverty in other areas of the world? “The achievement of his own happiness is man’s highest moral purpose” – Ayn Rand Ayn Rand once quoted that “The achievement of his own happiness is man’s highest moral purpose” as an egoistic hedonist… View Article

Individualism-Collectivism

Collectivism is the subjugation of the individual in favor of the group- whether such group pertains to a certain race, class or state. It subscribes to the idea that man is chained to collective action as well as collective thought for the sake of what is known as ‘the common good’ (Rand, 1988). A collectivist… View Article

Individualism in Literature

Individualism is one of the most wondrous themes of literature because of its contribution to the pursuit of human dignity. Individualism is a moral stance and a philosophical concept which puts emphasis on the moral worth and the supreme and intrinsic value of human beings (Lukes 51). Literature has proved to be an outlet for… View Article

Implement person centred approaches in health

1. Explain what is meant by ‘Person Centred Values’ It is to ensure that an individual is at the centre of their care and in control of the planning and support, upholding and promoting dignity, choice, individuality, respect, rights and privacy, independence and partnership. 2. Explain why it is important to work in a way… View Article