The Greater Good Critical Writing

Natural Law and the concepts of democracy form the basis for human rights, but then there’s the question of limitations to a person’s human rights; one of these limitations is the so-called “greater good”. The argument on “greater good” asserts that the responsibility to humanity forfeits individual rights, that the success of that responsibility justifies […]

The conventional expectations of plays that David Ives disrupts in ‘Sure Thing’ Critical Writing

‘Sure Thing’ is a comical play by David Ives that has two characters, Bill and Betty. The setting is in a café where Bill approaches Betty and initiates a conversation. The two characters have many dating problems. Bill tries many tactics in order to impress Betty, until he finally succeeds. The characters engage in a […]

Experiences that make a Soldier more Human Critical Writing

‘All quiet on the Western Front’ is Remarque’s recount of his experiences in World War 1. Unlike other war stories that glorify war and depict the soldiers as heroes, Remarque tells the story from a soldier’s point of view, highlighting the negativity of the war especially on the soldiers. Through out the war, the soldiers […]

An Essay Analysis on Student Credit Card Debts Critical Writing

One great vice of college students today is the accumulation of credit card debts. This problem has been given far less attention by college administrators because the latter are silent partners in the credit card business (Sylves, 506). It is common among universities and colleges to have multi-million dollar agreements with credit card providers such […]

Examining Issues of Gender in the Media Critical Writing

The commercial advertising lingerie by the Hope designer company sparked controversy when they showed an advertisement on TV. The advertisement featured Brazilian super model Gisele Bundchen. In the advertisement, the supermodel is shown trying to break bad news to her husband. She tries breaking the news fully dressed then undresses down to her lingerie. The […]

Multiculturalism Movement Critical Writing

Introduction Multicultural movement refers to a coalition of university students formed 1980s that included students from diverse groups. These groups were against oppressive trends of governance and running of affairs by the university administration (Pedersen 45). This was mainly to address the need for fairness and justice to all regardless of their gender, color or […]