Psychology and philosophy have been intertwined since the dawn of each’s true emergence, dating back to Aristotle.
The question remains whether it is inherent, genetic factors that form a serial killer or whether it is the environment in which that individual has been reared.
With so many facets of the science fiction literary experience, a reader will begin to ask himself, “What would have to happen for our reality to become like this?"
The essence of a legend such as Sir Gawain is the quests and tests of character he undergoes that can only be found in literary form.
Many ancient Greek comedians, and even some poets and tragedians, injected a sardonic, satirical attitude that the modern era sees in its own work.
The saying goes, “less is more.” Many times an individual can make his point with the furrow of the brow and a mere handful of words as opposed to an encyclopedic dissertation.
It’s all relative. Or in the case of a really good author, relatable.
In the world of literature, there is has been deemed an influential genre of science fiction called cyberpunk.
It is evident to students at a very young age that history is written by the winners. Most history presents itself in such a manner that students can discern what is intended to be right or wrong.
Change is inevitable, whether an the world is ready for it or not. Call it progress or evolution or the circle of life but regardless, nothing in the world remains unchanged.
Multi-tasking is an essential element to accomplishing just about anything. Just as a living creature will multi-task, the formless idea of time does also.
Here’s a riddle: Everyone has me, whether they admit to it or not. I can be frightening and I can be drug induced. I can be a glimpse of ecstasy and I can recur on a regular basis. What am I?
Once upon a time, in a land far, far away, there was a lucrative activity that only the boldest and most ambitious of people subjected themselves...the endeavor of reading.
What is it about medieval literature that presents itself to allow readers to know it is medieval in nature? It is more than just the date in which these works were written.
The greatest story ever told in biblical theology has survived ages of interpretation, character analysis and suspenseful re-telling, one example being John Milton’s Paradise Lost.
An author is merely limited by his imagination which really can be quite boundless. However, he will always be most comfortable in the world he knows.