Issue 218: "In order for any work of art-whether film, literature, sculpture, or a song-to have merit, it must be understandable to most people." Syllabus: 1
In this knowledge explosion time, rapid change of technology and information
Issue 207: Rituals and ceremonies help define a culture. Without them, societies or groups of people have a diminished sense of who they are. SYLLABUS -In my opinion, although rituals and ceremonies are significant parts of contemporary culture, othe
Issue 175: "It is always an individual who is the impetus for innovation; the details may be worked out by a team, but true innovation results from the enterprise and unique perception of an individual." :
Great thinkers are born, not made. Their in
Issue 167: It is impossible for an effective political leader to tell the truth all the time. Complete honesty is not a useful virtue for a politician. 1 authority and prestigious is essential , shorten the political life and undermine one's politic
Issue 159: The human mind will always be superior to machines because machines are only tools of human minds. 1machine outdo operate a complex formula simulate. has great power to move. 2 logical thinking such as reason, deduce, analysis, ima
Issue 157: There is no such thing as purely objective observation. All observation is subjective; it is always guided by the observer's expectations or desires. 1 be fully aware that 2 the whole scientific community scrutiny 3 .
Issue 151 High-speed electronic communications media, such as electronic mail and television, tend to prevent meaningful and thoughtful communication.
To compare with the past, the communications media are getting more and more advanced, with the em
Issue 150: Because of television and worldwide computer connections, people can now become familiar with a great many places that they have never visited. As a result, tourism will soon become obsolete. 1, TV and the internet enable people to acquir
Issue 142: The well-being of a society is enhanced when many of its people question authority. : democracy, efficient, responsible, honest show no respect , the authority may face the danger of disintegration. : As we all know, when Einstein put
Issue 136: The absence of choice is a circumstance that is very, very rare. democracy society , all have freedom to choose what he would like to do, and also have responsibility to what he conduct or say. more choice on consumption solitary impri
Issue 131 The arts (painting, music, literature, etc.) reveal the otherwise hidden ideas and impulses of a society. sociality, hidden ideas and phenomenon as well as motivation of the society. embody the spirits and character of the society.
Issue130How children are socialized today determines the destiny of society. Unfortunately, we have not yet learned how to raise children who can help bring about a better society. -
In the complex and rapidly changing world, what indeed should be c
Issue 130: "How children are socialized today determines the destiny of society. Unfortunately, we have not yet learned how to raise children who can help bring about a better society." 14:00-14:45
There are so many factors which determine the desti
Issue 108: In many countries it is now possible to turn on the television and view government at work. Watching these proceedings can help people understand the issues that affect their lives. The more kinds of government proceedings-trials, debates,
Issue 94: Universities should require every student to take a variety of courses outside the student's field of study because acquiring knowledge of various academic disciplines is the best way to become truly educated. Most a broad scope of knowle
Issue 93: The concept of 'individual responsibility' is a necessary fiction. Although societies must hold individuals accountable for their own actions, people's behavior is largely determined by forces not of their own making. -1 interior 2 lack o
Issue 87: In any field of inquiry, the beginner is more likely than the expert to make important discoveries. be apt to/are more likely make breakthrough 1 2 new idea; idea exhausted of creativity 3 be intoxicated with laurel of past. 4
Issue 69: Government should place few, if any, restrictions on scientific research and development.
Nowadays the science and technology are growing more and more advanced, with the development of the science and tech , huge progress on scientific re
573 words competition for high grades issue100( genuine intelligent development,)
Does competition for high grades seriously limit the quality of learning at all levels of education? The speaker claims so, however, I concede that competition
Issue 55. "Competition for high grades seriously limits the quality of learning at all levels of education." Syllabus: Position: competition does more good than harm to people who are studying something. First, competition for high grades is a great
54"History teaches us only one thing: knowing about the past cannot help people to make important decisions today."
History is a significant culture of human being. There are many historians who study the history. In addition, in all schools history
Is it only through meeting the individual needs and interests of each student that education will be truly effective, as the speaker asserts? I agree with the statement insofar as higher education should emphasize cultivation of different
Issue 51 10:00-10:45 51"Education will be truly effective only when it is specifically designed to meet the individual needs and interests of each student."
How to educate effectively is a very popular and controversy topic nowadays, every education
Issue 50 In order to improve the quality of instruction at the college and university level, all faculty should be required to spend time working outside the academic world in professions relevant to the courses they teach.
Nowadays many faculties h
Issue48 "The study of history places too much emphasis on individuals. The most significant events and trends in history were made possible not by the famous few, but by groups of people whose identities have long been forgotten."
Whether we are wil
Issue 47: Society does not place enough emphasis on the intellect-that is, on reasoning and other cognitive skills. suffers more from the monopoly of cognitive skills.-logical skills such as reason, analysis, deduct.conclude formula computerizat
Issue 43: To be an effective leader, a public official must maintain the highest ethical and moral standards. 1, 29 concerned about moral level and achievement.business, political realm 2 the representative of a group or even a whole nation. If fail
Issue 38: In the age of television, reading books is not as important as it once was. People can learn as much by watching television as they can by reading books. as a way of learning. serve better than books as a means of entertainment. remain th
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We often evaluate many great individuals, some lived before us, and others live in our period. However, based on the author's point, the greatness of individuals can decided only by those who live after them, instead of their con
Issue 31: Money spent on research is almost always a good investment, even when the results of that research are controversial. Usually in stead of almost () explosion of spaceship challenger in 1986 Clone technology cause to the ethic and moral cha