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Starting a Relationship is Difficult: Phubbing Creates Bad Impressions and Prevents the Creation of Relationships
Phubbing is a portmanteau, or combination, of the words “phone” and “snubbing”. To be phubbed is to be snubbed, or ignored, by someone using their cell phone when in your company. This paper reviews the literature about ...
THE STEPS PROCESS: A HYPOTHETICAL AND SUPPLEMENTAL THERAPY FOR SUBSTANCE USE DISORDER IN AMERICAN FIRST RESPONDERS
Despite the valiant efforts of doctors, clergy, and mental health workers in the field of substance use disorder(SUD) recovery, there remain several demographics whose circumstances are overlooked by contemporary therapies ...
His Hidden Face: An examination of how artistic lament can address the evidential problem of divine hiddenness
The philosophical problem of divine hiddenness questions the existence of a divine being on the basis of what seems to be a lack of evidence to support reasonable theistic belief. This question, which troubles both atheists ...
"Who is the Other?": The Intersection of Anthropological and Theological Discourse On U.S. Relations with Latin American Refugees
The existence of oneself logically necessitates the existence of another, for being able to define what one is requires that one differentiates from what one is not. This is referred to as the self-other dichotomy. The ...
Howling: Hecuba in Ovid’s Metamorphoses XIII and Beyond
Hecuba, the ill-fated Queen of Troy, appears in significant literature from Homer’s Iliad to Shakespeare’s Hamlet. While the Hecuba of Euripidean tragedy has warranted much attention, Ovid's rendering of her in epic poetry ...
Existentialism and Modern Music
Existentialism and Modern Music comments on both philosophy and music by drawing parallels between the two. Existentialism helps explain the trends in musical development, shows the direct correlation of composer life-views ...