Demonstration Essay Examples

demonstration of bias on the desire to intervene in different conflicts in different states based on resources. For example is the quick intervention by the USA and NATO in Libya, which is a rich in oil as opposed to delayed intervention in Syria, with similar violation of human rights (Guiora, 2009). Although the phenomenon of personal interest is identifiable in some incidents, it is worth noting that most initiatives have resulted with the primary motive of promoting human rights. It is therefore essential that the interventions are well structured to ensure the provision of equal importance on the different cases and prevent bias. However, it is clear that ulterior motive continues to motivate...

demonstration of the vast depravity of human beings. Set in the heart of Congo, the title accurately describes how the author through the main character Marlow sees the land. In the first, Conrad already presents the country which in reality is known for spectacular beauty as a place where the air was dark above the Gravesend. Through the eyes of Marlow, Conrad exclaims that the place spelled mournful gloom that was condensed and brooded motionless over this great town. (Conrad 1) From the onset, the author thus concentrates on expressing the cruelty and inhumanity of individuals at the station and across the stops of the sail. However, like every epic literary narrative, the author does not succumb...

demonstration of the religion as a cause of division, violence, strife and persecution in the past and the modern world. On the other hand, the argument by Professor Anthony J. Grayling is the weakest as it does not provide evidence on how the lack of spirituality and religion leads to deeper self-fulfillment and happiness in life. Q4 In participating in the debate, I would emphasize the argument by Christopher Hitchens that religion has perpetuated strife and animosity in many societies around the world. The current war waged by ISIS, for instance, is based on religious conviction. I would emphasize the argument by Nigel Spivey that religion is the basis for understanding many of the elements in the...

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