A human being is basically two parts: the human and the being.
The human is the person in the world, with a body and a mind. 1,979 more words
Who made the world? Who made the swan and the black bear? Who made the grasshopper?” -Mary Oliver
Throughout history, nature has acted as a muse to all humanity from poets like Mary Oliver to transcendentalists like Emerson, as well as to preservationists like John Muir. 725 more words
This term (Verfremdungseffekt) was introduced by Bertolt Brecht to refer to the aim of preventing the audience from reacting to the characters in a play without being aware of it. 86 more words
Have you wondered why Athena takes a special place in the pantheon?
As with every good question there are so many possible answers…
The Greeks credited her with the creation of the olive tree, which was one corner stone of Greek commerce. 164 more words