Reality Essay Topics

How I Made My Dream a Reality

The predicament of the auditors regarding ethical dilemma touched the deepest chord of my heart and thus can be counted as the driving engine of this entire learning experience, which encouraged me to take this route of the Doctoral Program, which provides the a wonderful platform to spread the conceptual framework besides supporting the development… View Article

Frontline Truth

Truth is a concept that exists throughout the cross-section of society. Telling the truth is extremely complex as truth is compromised by commercial self-interests. This is represented by the satirical television series Frontline directed by Rob Sitch et al. Frontline humorously mocks a typical current affairs show and its representation of the truth. In the… View Article

Truth Essay

How should truth be defined based on the knowledge one would have? There are endless theories that try to answer this question. Unfortunately, every theory has its contest. Would we even know if a theory was the truth? That is not even possible. We could never prove whether a theory was actually truth. It creates… View Article

The Truth of All Truths

Suppressing is suffering but suffering is better than admitting… Suffering is better than hurting… Suppressing is better…. People are the worst LIARS, not simply because of not telling the truth but liars for being completely ignorant of the real thing or two about what one truly feels, what one truly wants… Liars for putting up… View Article

Causal Realism & Idealism

We next part of the chapter the book discusses is Cogito, “I think, therefor I am” means that the act of thinking presupposes the existence of the subject – the thinker. This is important because it requires no other predicates. The mere act of questioning means that there is a questioner. The reading material then… View Article

In the Lake of the Woods

John Wade left America a human being, yet came back a human killer. His months in Vietnam were filled with bloodshed and human atrocity, and from this, no man could feasibly return the same person. Yet beneath what John endured throughout the war, he suffered many unkindness’ and tragedies that shaped him into adulthood. It… View Article

Causation of Crime- the Two Theories 1

The two theories I chose to compare and contrast are the Trait and Choice theories. These two theories explain why people commit crimes but differ in reasoning. I found that the main difference in between the two is that the choice theory states that if people want to commit a crime they will if the… View Article

Allegory of the Cave Essay 7

Many people question themselves when they think they aren’t right about something because everyone else around them believes the opposite. What you think might be truer than you think because the world tends to believe what they want to, and not the truth. In Plato’s philosophical example of life in the “Allegory of the Cave”… View Article

Philosophy of the movie Big Fish

The philosophical twist of mixing fact with fairy tale in story telling put a great spin on the plot. It gave the director the ability to make the impossible seem probable! The movie is about a very interesting father named Ed whom loves to tell facts with a little bit of flavor, as quoted in… View Article

A Street Car Names Desire

A Street Car Named Desire deals with a culture clash between the Old South’s “plantation” mentality (priding itself on false pretenses) and the New South’s relatively uncivilized, yet real, grip on reality. The two characters who come to represent this tension are Blanche and Stanley Kowalski. Blanche advertises herself as a champion of “Southern Honor…. View Article

The Matrix, or Two Sides of Perversion

When I saw The Matrix at a local theatre in Slovenia, I had the unique opportunity of sitting close to the ideal spectator of the film – namely, to an idiot. A man in the late 20ies at my right was so immersed in the film that he all the time disturbed other spectators with… View Article

Persuasive Essay, the Player, All Realities Are Fictitious

Our world consists of many realties. Two being commercial, and the other, artistic. A commercial reality is one of indulgence, and pleasure, always aiming to suit those who yearn for it. Artistic reality however, is open to interpretation. This means there are many possible outcomes. One could be saddened or depressed by the reality, and… View Article

Illusion of Reality in John Barth’s Lost in the Funhouse

“Lost in the Funhouse” explores the many layers of the theme “illusion of reality.” This concept is first introduced in the second paragraph as the explanation of initials or blanks replacing proper names in fiction-writing. The “attempt” at disguising a place name by shortening it, is really a tool used by authors to make a… View Article

Illusion vs. Reality A Streetcar Named Desire

Tennessee Williams uses the constant battle between illusion and reality as a theme throughout his play A Streetcar Named Desire. Many use illusion to escape the reality they are living in. This theme is present in all of his characters in different ways. Each character is shown to live their life in either the way… View Article

How Benna in Anagrams Creates Her Own Reality

In the novel Anagrams by Lorrie Moore the main character Benna bounces back between reality and the reality she creates. At times is hard to tell what’s what. Benna is a widow that lives alone and has an on and off relation with Gerard. She has also created an imaginary friend Eleanor and a daughter… View Article

Men continuous search for the avenue of the known and unknown reality

The title itself gives a fascinating debate. The “Known Reality” can be broadly explained because humans already know what it is. It is already known by many people. If we give meaning to the “Unknown Reality” it is something we haven’t seen yet, went yet or even discovered. How will man find the access to… View Article

Truman Show Essay Appearance V Reality

Throughout life we are constantly seeing new perceptions of things and in turn constantly changing our perception of reality. The Key concepts of Appearances and Reality were explored through the use of Paradox, Point of View and Verisimilitude, within the texts The Truman show (Peter Weir) and Relativity (Escher). These concepts were used to effectively… View Article

Perceptions of Reality in the Matrix

The question of ‘reality’ has always intrigued people throughout the world. It has been perceived as tangible and exact but at the same time intensely vulnerable. The frailties of ‘reality’ have been exposed by the many differing ways in which it can be perceived. These differences of perception can be attributed to factors such as… View Article

A Harsh Word, a Harsh Reality

I genuinely haven’t had anything happen to me. I haven’t lost a pet, been caught up in a fight that had nothing to do with me, felt the panic of being peer-pressured into doing anything beyond my will. I am a strong believer in the saying “it only happens to other people,” that you only… View Article

Illusions Realities Ibsen

Introduction In Ibsen’s The Wild Duck, illusions and reality are set into a conflict within the story of a son’s personal desire to confront idealism. Throughout much of the play, the son, Greger, argues the value of truth with the reluctant Dr. Relling. Relling insists on the importance of illusions, but fails to discourage Greger’s… View Article

Streetcar named desire: reality

“Human kind cannot bear much reality” (Eliot 14). Tennessee Williams’ “A Streetcar Named Desire” is an artistic demonstration of T. S. Eliot’s observation. In Streetcar, Blanche, a woman in crisis, visits her sister Stella and brother-in-law Stanley in New Orleans. Blanche is from an upper-class background but has fallen on hard times, both economically and… View Article

The Best Overall Picture of Reality

Questions in life may not have a definite final answer. This is exactly what the study of Philosophy poses. Thinkers have existed since the days of Socrates trying to answer the most difficult questions in life. Some of these questions do not follow a certain criteria for there to be one correct answer. These types… View Article

Wasteful Realities -Wilfred Owen

What is war? is it the heroic act that we have always been told? Or have pretty lies misguided our judgement? I’m going to expose the truths of war to you, through the use of Wilfred Owens poetry. Owens poetry gives insights into the futility, realities and the extent of human suffering within warfare. Shattering… View Article

Negetive Effects of Reality Shows

The popularity of reality TV shows continues to grow with every season since the first episode of “Survivor” aired in 2000. Every evening, millions of people sit in front of their television sets to watch the latest episode of “Big Brother,” “Jersey Shore,” or “Real Housewives. ” Although not a new genre, reality TV shows… View Article

Reflections on Perception of Reality

I have always believed in what I saw, what I heard, and what I experienced. As these elements play a significant role of perceiving the world around me, it is very hard to distrust the reality. However, it was not a long ago that I began to ponder about this issue more profoundly. What do… View Article

Reality and Personality Transcends Technique

I wish to depict conditions as they exist and reflect them in my writings. In fact, “A Child of Sorrow” is a fragmentary page of real life, with a &tinc morale and personality. I believe that personality transcends technique. There is no doubt but that we are all after truth and sincerity, and not dream’… View Article

The Five Features of Reality

There are five characteristics, or features, of reality. These five features are coherence, reflexivity, interaction, fragility, and permeability. This essay will discuss the meanings of these five features of reality. In addition, these features will be applied to the examples of religious beliefs and pygmalion in the classroom, in order to describe how the features… View Article

Pi and Plato

Socrates, in his conviction from the Athenian jury, was both innocent and guilty as charged. In Plato’s Five Dialogues, accounts of events ranging from just prior to Socrates’ entry into the courthouse up until his mouthful of hemlock, both points are represented. Socrates’ in dealing with moral law was not guilty of the crimes he… View Article

Study Guide 7

Metaphysics is the branch of philosophy that deals with questions of reality. Since it deals with literally everything that exists, it is perhaps the broadest branch of philosophy. However, we will briefly spend time in this area. In this lesson, we will introduce some of the questions that we seek to answer in metaphysics as… View Article