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1 Personal Beliefs: Clifford and James on Insufficient Evidence

Comparing Clifford and James: Belief, Evidence, and the Question of Justification Carefully contrast and compare the positions of Clifford and James concerning the question of believing when we have inadequate evidence. Be careful to distinguish the precise area of disagreement between the two–it may not be as global as it at first seems. Is James […]

2 Federalism and the Evolving Power Dynamics in Indian Politics

Origins of Hinduism and Its Influence on Federalism The formation of Hindu India was created by the Indus Valley civilization of Harappa and Mohenjodaro (2000 to 1500 BC); many of the traditions of Indian society and Hinduism were developed from the Indus Valley. A major part of Hinduism is the caste system, which is basically […]

3 The Color Purple: A Tapestry of Global Color Associations and Cultural Meanings

Language and Perception: The Intricacies of Color Terminology Across Cultures There are many different associations that color can bring up in people around the world. Some colors have universal associations, while others can completely contradict the associations of another region of the world. The different colors are used to represent emotions, people, seasons, religion, beauty, […]

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4 American Imperialism: Turner, Mahan, Spencer, and Fisk

Introduction Frederick Jackson Turner, Alfred T. Mahan, Herbert Spencer, and John Fiske were all important intellectuals who influenced American imperialism from 1890 to 1914. Frederick Jackson Turner started The Frontier Thesis, which is about an argument for the American democracy that was formed by the American Frontier. Alfred Thayer Mahan was a Captain in 1890, […]

5 American Imperialism: Impact on American Society and Foreign Policy

Introduction What does Imperialism really stand for? Taking over some colonies or countries for expansion and becoming a great world power. This topic was debated in the Senate for over 32 days. Imperialism became a big debate on June 15, 1898. This was the time when the anti-imperialist group stood up against the idea of […]

6 American Imperialism: Impact, Motivations, and Global Consequences

Introduction The definition of imperialism is the policy of expanding a country’s rule over foreign nations, most of the time accomplished by military force. Imperialism also includes political and economic control of said nation. The age of imperialism, for America at least, lasted from the mid to late nineteenth century to the early twentieth century. […]

7 American Imperialism and Progressivism: Impact on Power and Transformation

Introduction The word ‘Progressivism’ comes from the root meaning of ‘progress.’ This term “.. first entered British political discouragement in the late 1880s.” (Kloppenberg, 1988, pg. 300) It generally focused on the advancement and progress of human conditions, whether it was in terms of science, economic development, or social organizations. In light of this idea, […]

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