- Charlie Chaplin's Film "Modern Times" – Thesis Statements
- E.T.A. Hoffmann: "The Sandman" (Speculation)
- ETA Hoffmann's "The Sandman" – Thesis Statements
- How artificial are we already?
- Is Frankenstein's monster human?
- Papers on Büchner's "Leonce and Lena" (first version)
- Papers on Kleist's "Ordeal by Fire"
- Papers on Stem Cell Research and Cloning
- Revised papers on Büchner's "Leonce and Lena"
- Thank you! Vanderbilt University Center for Intelligent Mechatronics
- Thank you, Dr. Lawrence: Talk on Stem Cells
- The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari: hook sentences
- The Ideal Body
- What is "human?"
Author Archives: Kove
Through the years, the field of biotechnology focused more on the engineering side, such as the mechanics and functions of machines like MRIs and CAT scanners. Recently though, the field has exploded as it fused with the study of genetics. … Continue reading
Art has long been a means to present a social commentary to the masses, and Büchner’s masterpiece “Leonce and Lena” seamlessly melds very important social issues into a comedic story. Büchner’s focus is to critique the monarchy through Leonce, a … Continue reading
Thank you for the presentation on stem cells. It’s incredible how much power is held in these little cells and the possibilities just seem endless with regards to their use. Your study on plant decomposition also really interested me, especially … Continue reading
Thank you for the amazing presentation. It amazes me how advanced the prostheses are and how much they can do for the person. The subject hits very close to home for me because my grandfather has been fully paralyzed for … Continue reading
Art has long been a means to present a social commentary to the masses, and Büchner’s masterpiece “Leonce and Lena” seamlessly melds very important social issues into a comedic story. Büchner’s focus is to critique the monarchy through Leonce, a dramatic … Continue reading
Religious allusions are among the most powerful literary devices due to the long reach of biblical stories across the world. Kleist takes full advantage of this widespread knowledge of biblical references in his play “Ordeal by Fire”. He focuses these … Continue reading
Charlie Chaplin’s use of humor only adds to the unease caused by the idea that man can become machine in his movie “Modern Times”.
Coppola’s spyglass facilitates a dynamic shift in Nathaneil’s mental stability by blurring the line between the real and the fantastic and leads to his eventual destruction.
At the most basic level, humans are simply animals. Food, water, and shelter are the only true primal needs. And yet technology continues to develop, becoming grander and more powerful in scope and ability every day. The human race has … Continue reading