I really do not know what to say in this post, for along my writing of the article I have gone through a plethora of conflicting feelings. Being honest, I woud have to admit that I never felt like writing a Wikipedia article. It was out of my principles. I really did not see where the point was in contributing to a site that teachers had been banning me to use for so long. Something bad it must have so they did not like it, right?
“You are not an expert”, someone reminded me more than once. So why ought I to contribute to a global encyclopedia within information that I did not master at all? But sometimes one is required to put up with demands and make the most of himself however much it takes.
Economic crisis and international reations
Hereby I do not intended to do a paradigmatic paper in the study of the crisis in relation to politics and international diplomacy, as well as I do not trust the plethora of ominous books promising to give the solution to the crisis. Notwithstanding, I would like to arouse the itch for further investigations ad inquerendum. The economic crisis has become a political crisis , and I am on the point of making it plain. Read more…
Writing a good scholarly paper, an academic text adding something new to the scientific sphere is definitely not a piece of cake. As a matter of fact, it usually happens that an essay we come across with entails much more efforts than apparently could seem. Anyone intending to do a scholarly paper ought to carry on many tasks, in which the selection and revision of references stands out.
We, as it is to be hoped, have gone through various works among the literature for our topic “A Clockwork Orange” . I have chosen this paper for this post, for it is a very good approach to the topic we are discoursing on.
I find it very interesting and enlightening since it deals with both the novel and Kubric’s film. But he does not only raise them from the typical point of view, as we could expect. Rather, in his paper, Luis Laborda Oribes also analyzes the irony of this masterpiece and, likewise, does tell us, like no other does, a hint about why the movie director made up his mind to adapt the novel to the screen.
Thus, we will, without a doubt, resort to this paper in orther to make from our article worthy of being in Wikipedia.
 Laborda Oribes, L. Aproximación a La naranja mecánica. Revista HMiC: historia moderna i contemporania (1), pp.13-20, 2003.
I do not intend to prove that the Net is “bad” for our health nor forecast a “dark future” for the Human Race. Far from it, my intention is merely to provide you with some interesting arguments for and against collective intelligence, for which Jean-François Noubel (2004) claimed to be neither a new concept nor a discovery. Read more…