Sydney: iconic landmarks, beaches, museums, and natural beauty. Explore the best of Australian culture and history, from Opera House to Bondi Beach.
The ramification of the widening gulf between man and nature is an issue that has plagued composers throughout the 20th century. Both Brave New World and Blade Runner extrapolate the notion of scientific “progress” penetrating the natural realm and creating a new world.
Alain De Botton represents himself in a confessional and self deprecating manner in The Art of Travel for the main purpose of guiding us to understanding how an individual’s receptivity towards landscapes can enrich their lives and be the key to their search of ‘eudaimonia or human flourishing.’
The enduring appeal of Othello lies with its ability to shed light on the imperfection of humanity, as well as explore the extreme possibilities if our human frailty were to overcome our better judgment.
"Hamlet" by William Shakespeare is an insightful play about human nature which is made evident through Shakespeare's ingenious use of ambiguity. As a result, the audience witnesses an individual's internal struggles when conflicted with the idea of revenge in an evolving world.
The classic 1926 German science fiction film 'Metropolis' shows a highly dystopic future. It underpins the need for change in society, particularly in the opening scene.
Winemaking is a multifaceted and delicate process that has transcended centuries and is enjoyed by many cultures. However, the intricate method of creating wine has both numerous positive and negative environmental, social as well as economical impacts.
An analysis on the numerous influential international organisations and trade agreements that have played a pivotal role in promoting, expanding and continuing the free trade in Australia.
An in-depth analysis of the remarkable and sustained economic growth experienced by the leading country in the world for the most consecutive years of growth, Australia. This analysis endeavours to shed light upon dynamic dual reciprocal relationship between economic growth and inflation.
This article offers an analysis of whether Act 1 of Arthur Miller's "Death of a Salesman" is successful as an exposition. What is an exposition, and why would we care about the success of the first act as such? Read on for my full explanation and analysis.
Willy Loman is a complex character in "Death of a Salesman" whose victimhood is made universal by Arthur Miller. Is Willy Loman a tragic figure or simply a fool who deserves his eventual consequences?
An outline of why the Great Barrier Reef is of significance and is worthy of our best efforts to ensure this marine metropolis is managed and protected successfully today and in the future.
Australia is an urbanised country with the majority of the population living in cities. These urban centres are under urban growth and decline, this is due to a number of socioeconomic factors.
Sociology has been classified as the last in a long line of emerging scientific disciplines which people have developed and explored in order to make sense of their world. Early theories such as the positivist approach of Comte, the functionalist...