This paper argues that according to the Malleus Maleficarum, women are more inclined
to witchcraft because of their natural disposition to vice, fragility, and easy control by the devil.
Women consent to the most extreme vices (116) due to innat
This paper argues that the Aztecs and Spaniards viewed each other with an appearance of
respect that masked cynical and untrusting attitudes.
The Spaniards and Aztecs treated each other respectably because of power and wealth,
but were distrustf
This paper argues that the debates over the rights of women fundamentally differed from
the debates over the rights of free blacks, and slaves due to the nature of why and how rights
should or should not be given to each group.
The French Revolu
This paper argues that, according to Thomas Paine, Christianity is unreasonable because of
the inconsistencies, hypocrisy, and impossibility of its scriptures and practice.
All church institutions are inventions to scare and enslave mankind and m
20 April 2010
Ambiguous Influences and Motivations
Often people study the theories of prominent philosophers, but often just as relevant is
the background behind such ideals. The motivation and influences behind these thoughts can
make a major difference