In gaining knowledge, each area of knowledge uses a network of ways of knowing. Discuss this statement with reference to two areas of Knowledge.

Name: Instructor: Course: Date: Gaining Knowledge Abstract The various areas of knowledge include Mathematics, Human Sciences, Natural Sciences, History, Ethics, the Arts, the Religious Knowledge Systems, and the Indigenous Knowledge Systems. Every area of knowledge solves a problem in life. Knowledge results from the interaction of many ways of knowing. There are eight different ways of knowing. They include language, sense perception, faith, intuition, reason, emotion, memory, and imagination. For example, languages are the reason we understand the knowledge and more also languages helps in the passing of knowledge from the past to the present. Sense perception includes sight, smelling,...

The Vietnam War

The Vietnam War Ann mason’s novel, ‘in the country’ is a story of a young girl in search for a connection with her father who she never knew. The main character of the story, Sam, is a teenager who has just completed high school and isn’t sure of the path she wants to follow forward in her life. In addition to this, Sam also never knew her father since he had left for the Vietnam War before she was born and never made it back alive. Sam has a lot of questions about her dad and intends to seek answers and know more about her father. The description of the environment in this book creates an image that communicates a lot to the reader. The description of the poor condition of the house that Sam...

Presidential Grant Application

Name Prof Course Date Presidential Grant Application I am very passionate about the field of Psychology and eagerly hope to take a BA Degree with a major in this field. I believe this would be a great degree for me as it would allow me to further my critical thinking, quantitative and qualitative analysis and writing skills. These are all aspects of my personal development that I think are very important and Psychology, I feel, will offer me those skills. I feel I have a lot to learn and also a lot to offer the program. I am inquisitive, creative and hard working. Thus, I would set a good standard for the program, and no doubt strongly motivate my classmates. I believe I have a mind that is...

Pharmacology

Mechanism of Action of Non-Opioid Analgesics in the Treatment of Pain.Name Institution Mechanism of Action of Non-Opioid Analgesics in the Treatment of Pain Non-opioid analgesics are the most common structure of analgesic that are used for mild and moderate pain treatment caused by headache, injuries and osteoarthritis. Non-opioids are classified in different substances with a different mechanism of action, and substances like paracetamol, flupirtine and metamizole are also grouped in the non-opioids analgesic (.Dickenson, 2001) Non opioids analgesia can be grouped according to their mechanical characteristic and non-aid. Paracetamol has analgesic effects that does not have significant local...

Psychology of Sleep

Psychology of Sleep Sleep is the condition where by the mind and the body demands rest after several hours of relaxation on a specific comfort zones for example the bed or the couch depending on an individual’s preference, especially at the night. Sleep resembles death or stillness or silence that the mind shuts off on events happening around but only of those of the brain the through the feeling of relaxation that gives good influence of performance daily. To get the most out of sleep both the amount of sleep and its quality are vital for everyone, for teenagers they require no less than eight hours to restore the brains and bodies functionality. In the event that sleep is stopped, the body does...

South Park

South Park Student’s Name Institution’s Affiliation Introduction South Park is a televised animation series that attempts to cover and simultaneously satirize various topics throughout its run. It endeavors to bring various topics of discussion to the attention of the viewers varying from abortion issues to politics. The producers of the show utilize computer animation resources to edit the episodes to suit the theme they wish to convey to the world. Thus, their production is quick which allows the people to provide comments fast on recent events. For instance, there are episodes that depict recent occurrences such as the election of President Obama as the first black president of the...

Attend an orchestra or symphony concert at queens college or Madison square garden

French Fantastique Name: Institution Date French Fantastique On Saturday, November 21, 2015, at 8.00pm, the Madison Symphony Orchestra presented an all-French program dubbed ‘French Fantastique’ in the Overture Hall. It featured three magnificent French masterpieces: Valses Nobles et Sentimentales by Maurice Ravel; Cello Concerto No. 1 by Camille Saint-Saens and Symphonie Fantastique by Hector Berlioz. The guest artist of the concert was the exceptional cellist Sara Sant’Ambrogio. The program commenced with the lively set of Valses nobles et sentimental. Maurice Ravel initially composed the pieces for solo piano in 1911 before creating this version for the orchestra. The set pieces were...

The two themes of Antigone

Student’s Name Professor’s Name Course Date The two themes of Antigone Plot The play Antigone is set in ancient Greek society and revolves around the life and tribulations of the main character- Antigone and her family. The plot is developed in relation to three key events that dominate the entire play. It starts from the point when Oedipus who is Antigone’s brother is at the helm as the king of Thebes. The plot then takes another twist when Antigone discovers that her two brothers have died while she was trying to save them. The last bit of the plot unfolds when Antigone decides to take her own life while in detention. When Oedipus passes on in Colonus, Antigone decides to come back...

The value of contemporary higher education

Contemporary higher education has often been in the spotlight in the debate as to whether to prioritize career advancement or impart life-long value. Higher education in many institutions has hung in this tight balance requiring college students themselves curve their path depending on their priorities. Most people pursue college education with the ambition of obtaining a degree and subsequently securing themselves a place in the job market. However, preparation for the real world is just as crucial. Higher education is structured in a way that it strikes the balance between offering technical knowledge and advanced life skills. However, most people have often prioritized career skills at the expense...

Life in a Medieval City. Joseph & Frances Gies

Name Instructor Course Date Life in a Medieval City by Joseph & Frances Gies Question 1 Purpose of a Garderobe A garderobe is simply a place where people store their clothes or valuables for a temporary period. Some refer to it as a medieval toilet where visitors store their possessions that they need to collect as they leave. It is found in public places and someone gets a tag for the valuable stored and present the card when colleting their valuable. Why clothes stored there Clothes were stored in the garderobe as they offered temporary security to them. A visitor would leave their clothes and have the assurance that they will find the clothes whenever they needed them. The...