Can human beings change the way they are?
By: Rosemary Redfern
Change is something which makes most people anxious. It means behaving differently, doing things another way and altering routines to fit a new pattern. Does the question mean humans as a group or individual behavior? There are a number of ways in which this...
What is the connection between religion and art?
By: Art F. Moran
What is the connection between religion and art? Under any normal circumstances, I wouldn't attempt to stream the connection between religion and art together, as doing so is as vastly differing per individual interpretation, just as it is one's attempt to solidifying the philosophical...
By: Cody Hodge
What is the future of religion? That is a very good question, but I think that the future of religion is a very bright one to say the least. Even in a relatively secular society that we live in, religion still holds a lot of...
By: Cody Hodge
How is religion related to social life? Believe it or not, religion and social law are closely intertwined. If we didn't have religion, we would still have the same laws in place today. Whether we formulated our laws due to religion, or if religion was...
By: Elton Gahr
It is easy to dismiss the statements that odd things happen during the full moon as superstition. We can joke about werewolves howling at the moon all we want, but the statistics back up the fact that there are measurable differences in our society on...
By: Elton Gahr
One of the safest bets you can make is that a person won't change. Actions might change, opinions may change but the person at the core will stay the same. But where does that leave the person who wants to change? The person who knows...
Can human beings change the way they are?
By: Stephen Malone
Throughout the long history of humanity, one simple fact has persisted: everything changes. This is not a simple fun quirk about being human but an inevitable force, like a glacier carving down a mountain. The question should never be can humans change. It is...
The necessity of unions: Understanding labor history in light of globalization
By: M. L. Larzelere
Unions are often blamed for our economic problems, but I would beg to differ. I do not believe unions are the cause of the economical problems facing these United States in part nor in whole I believe the fault lies in corporate greed and the...
By: Avril Defleurey
Why do sociologists study religions? Sociologists study human social life; their methods are by observation then theory. To study a society with any clarity, the background or history of the social order must be learned first. Religions, of one form or another have been...
By: Joan Inong
For some, human beings cannot change the way they are. For others, change is part of an enriched life vocabulary. Human beings have the potential to change who they are; whether they take that potential and use it is completely up to them. The word...

 

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