Apostles of Disunion

In Apostles of Disunion, Charles Dew attempted to explain what caused the South to secede and start a civil war.One topic he focused on and believed was a major reason the South seceded was the pro slavery attitude the South held.Dew believed that if slavery did not exist then the civil war would have never Read more about Apostles of Disunion[…]

Apology- Plato

"Socrates is a doer of evil and corrupter of the youth, and he does not believe in the gods of the state.He has other new divinities of his own."(Apology 41) In The Apology, by Plato, these are the accusations brought against Socrates during his trial. Socrates claims that he did not consciously corrupt the youth Read more about Apology- Plato[…]

apology

(After the second voting, court sentence Socrates to his death) After many hours of Socrates pleading for his case, the court finds Socrates guilty for corruption of youth.Court will now vote if they should let him live or if they should sentence him to death.The court finds him guilty again, he will be killed.Socrates invites Read more about apology[…]

apology

(After the second voting, court sentence Socrates to his death) After many hours of Socrates pleading for his case, the court finds Socrates guilty for corruption of youth.Court will now vote if they should let him live or if they should sentence him to death.The court finds him guilty again, he will be killed.Socrates invites Read more about apology[…]

Apology

ApologyBy Plato In Plato’s Apology, Socrates is on trial, being prosecuted on the charge of impiety. His accusers, Meletus, Anytus, and Lycon, wanted Socrates punished for “enquiring into things under the earth and in the heavens, and making the weaker argument the stronger, and teaching these same things to other people.” Socrates was put on Read more about Apology[…]

Apology

In Plato’s Apology, Socrates is on trial, being prosecuted on the charge of impiety. His accusers, Meletus, Anytus, and Lycon, wanted Socrates punished for “enquiring into things under the earth and in the heavens, and making the weaker argument the stronger, and teaching these same things to other people.” Socrates was put on trial to Read more about Apology[…]

Apollo and Artemis

When the ancient Greek craftsmen and builders toiled away in 550 BC, they knew that their labors would not be in vain; they knew that they would be blessed. To the early Greeks, the legends of the Greek gods were more than legends; they were beliefs that most Greeks shared. Greek mythology is a mystery Read more about Apollo and Artemis[…]

Apollo 13

"That's one small step for man, and one giant leap for man kind." Apollo 11, the mission that landed two Americans on the surface of the moon, is amongst the most successful stories of the US. It was the crew, mission control, the ship, and the pressure of the race that allowed the US to Read more about Apollo 13[…]

Aphrodite

“Muse, tell me the deeds of golden Aphrodite the Cyprian, who stirs up sweet passion in the gods and subdues the tribes of mortal men and birds that fly in air and all the many creatures that the dry land rears, and all that the sea: all these love the deeds of rich-crowned Cytherea.” (Hom.Hym.5.5) Read more about Aphrodite[…]

Aparthied in South Afirca

Apartheid in South Africa Imagine having to carry an identity card wherever you went, or having separate places where you could eat and live. These are the things that the Black South Africans ad to go through in South Africa. The Black South Africans were segregated for their race and no other reason at all. Read more about Aparthied in South Afirca[…]