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June 28, 2015

Since time immemorial, human beings were curious to expand their consciousness and alter the perception of the world. Moreover, not only human beings but animals as well seem to have the need for altering consciousness, as there are numerous examples of drug use in the animal words (e.g. cat-mint). Drugs are successfully used for medical […]

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“Professions for Women” by Virginia Woolf

June 22, 2015

Virginia Woolf (1882-1941) was an outstanding English feminist writer, literary critic and publisher. Her literary works inspired many writers of interwar and postwar periods. Her style of writing is focused on exploration of the concepts of time and memory, and human inner feelings and consciousness. In “Professions for Women” published in 1931, Virginia Woolf tells […]

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Places for Younger Adults in Our Social Structure at ‘60s.

June 3, 2015

The emergence of changes evoked by the 1960s in the social structure and culture resulted in considerable changes in the position of younger adults in the contemporary social structure. The 1960s were the time of profound changes, including the sexual revolution and the Civil Rights movement as the major changes that affected the society for […]

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