While there are only bits and pieces of these deep thinkers I completely agree with, here is a basic work of their major points.
Once considered a morality issue, great strides have been made to help those with various mental health issues and concerns.
The role of the global economy and urbanization has paralyzed our environment with an excess of Carbon Dioxide emissions. This has led to Global Warming, skeptics argue.
Evil as a concept is explored in ancient texts. This has led to unending discussions about morality and the mystical realm of our existence.
The internet and lucid dreaming can have a profoundly negative effect on the functionality of an individual. This is the who, what, when, where, and why of it all and how to make it stop.
Joseph Conrad makes a satirical statement of the domination of groups and the failure of the individual in this early 20th century crime novel.
Long before online magazines such as the Huffington Post and Salon.com, there was a little known site from Cambridge, Massachusetts that started it all.
Philosophical differences had a profound effect on the relationship between these two famous Romantic Poets
Performance art is a celebrated form of release for the artist and audience alike.
James Joyce discusses lack of honesty, superficiality, and emotional distance in this famous play.
The Sociological circumstances in parts of the Middle East have led to decades of civil unrest. With the emergence of Hezbollah and Hamas, peace has now become nearly impossible to attain.
Our world has a become an increasing complicated place to live in. This is due in part, to the rise of hyper-urbanization and its resulting consequence of violence.
Inequality in the medical world is exposed in Charlotte Perkin Gilman's writing during her discussion of the differences between the male and female psyche.
The global market economy suffered its greatest hardship since the Great Depression in 2008.
Buffalo N.Y. was recently voted one of the "greenest" cities in America. This is due in part to the emphasis of using renewable energy sources and having a pulse on eco-friendly living.
Powerful storytelling allowed for medical figures to make some smart moves regarding patient diagnoses and treatments.
One of the master Irish Satirists, Swift spares no expense in this brutal, yet funny account of British pillaging.
This highly controversial murder trial has been a burden for most- a source of political inspiration for others.
Scientists loved him. The church hated him. Why Darwin matters in the 21st century.
Power motived both of the main characters in this story. However, one remained calm, while the other self-destructed.
A perception exists that Buffalo New York, a once powerful area for industrial trade, has now become an underdeveloped slum, due in part, to horrible urban planning.
The uncultured and uneducated suffered extreme emotional hardships mainly because of their own archaic viewpoints throughout American history.
One aspect of Ralph Waldo Emerson's Transcendental beliefs is that there should be complete withdrawal from society. When doing this, however, a person must be completely engaged in nature. According to Emerson, the only unity that can be achieved...
A scientist pushes the boundaries of decency in order to gain satisfaction with his career. By doing so, he caves to the evils of narcissism and obsession.
Herman Melville's "Bartleby the Scrivener" is a short story based on the lives of law copyists. Set in mid 1850's Manhattan, Bartleby is told from the perspective of a law-copying manager. Melville portrays the characters in a way that suggests...
One of the major themes in Early American literature concerns the dangerous consequence of repressing a traumatic experience or a troubled past. Yet this danger also opens up the opportunity in the stories, to let the characters explore this, and,...