Aristotle: Poetry

Taylor Brown

Aristotle believed that art is a form of imitation which seeks to represent life.[1] In his Poetics, he discusses his philosophical theory of drama, and determines the elements that make a compelling tragedy. These elements, according to Aristotle, are: plot,…

Two Dogs Without Recognition

Ava Grieco

As bystanders in life, we watch those suffering around us; unaware of what to do and unable to notice the pain living in the eyes of others. We stand here in life, questioning what is going on around us, focusing…

The Origin of Racial Conflict

Max Monahan

  Beginning at its literal conception, life has had a singular unwavering objective: to survive.  A redundancy at face value, this statement is the illustration of a crucial principle:  Life, uniquely, by its very nature must put forth effort to…