Thing Essay Topics

The Categories of Aristotle

Aristotle (384-322BC) is one of the most influential philosophers of the western tradition and had many philosophical works credited to him. In his treatise on logic collectively known as “Organon”, Aristotle gave two preliminary treatises; “The Categories and De Interpretatione (on interpretation) dealing with terms and with propositions respectively. This paper is an attempt to… View Article

The Secret of Finding Meaning in Life

Is there such thing as secret of finding meaning in life? That might some what answers me base on certain articles that I just read and as well as the video that amazed me while viewing. This first article defines life and it’s meaning which is “Meaning in Life [live the life that you want]”… View Article

High School vs. College

High school and college are similar in some ways and different in a lot of ways. They are similar in such ways that you still have to go to class, do class work, home work, take test, and study hard. They are different in such ways that we can have cell phones in class, walk… View Article

Most Valuable Thing

In today’s society, people steal, cheat, gamble, kill, and do just about everything for money and material things. We overestimate the power of money, but in the end the things we most value are not store bought. The one thing that I value the most that money can’t buy is my family because they always… View Article

A Closer Look On Being A Fangirl

You’ve probably heard the word ‘fan girl’ before. You’ve probably even dropped it in one of your conversation or even read it when you were surfing the net. But what exactly does the word ‘fan girl’ mean? What does it mean to be a fan girl? A fan girl, according to dictionary.reference.com, is a person… View Article

Chapter 1 analysis of Daisy Buchanan – The Great Gatsby

Daisy Buchanan is Nick’s cousin and Toms wife. She lives with the rich old-money population of New York on East Egg. From Nick’s first visit, Daisy is associated with otherworldliness. For example, the first image we have of Daisy in Chapter One is as one of a pair of women, lying on a couch and… View Article

Consolation by Billy Collins

In his poem “Consolation,” Billy Collins attempts to comfort himself after not being able to visit Italy in the following summer. He creates a “consolation” for himself by listing all of the downsides to travelling to another country so filled with history and culture. However, his tone makes it seem as though he is unsuccessful… View Article

Truth and Bright Water Essay

The Affects of History History is something that molds and shapes a person into who they are today. Thomas King shows this in his novel Truth and Bright Water through many of the characters. He not only lets you see how the aboriginal people’s history has affected their lives today, but also how the personal… View Article

Consolation by Billy Collins

Collins begins his poem by noting how nice it is that he will not be touring Italy this summer. This first line seems to slightly shock the reader. It is surprising that one would actually prefer to stay home rather than to take the chance to travel abroad. It seems as though the author has… View Article

The Fault In Our Stars Summary

The Fault in our Stars by John Green is an outstanding novel and one of Green’s best works. It tells a modern story about a girl named Hazel trying to live like a normal teenager. However this is not the easiest thing in the world for her because wherever she goes, she must carry an… View Article

The World We Live In Today

Today there are about 7 billion people in this world. With that many people it is pretty amazing that each one of us is unique in our own way. Contrast to our individualities, however, we tend to create this “perfect person” that everyone should aim to achieve within our societies. By doing this we almost… View Article