Short Answers of Prose Part One

We have collected the old examination questions of
Gulliver’s Travels by Jonathan Swift
Bacon Essays by Bacon
Unpopular Essays by Bertrand Russell
Introduction to Culture and Imperialism by Edward Said

and answered these questions as under.
We have posted these questions time to time on Nazar Bazmi’s Notes(nazarbazmi.com), here we have collected all links together as under

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Short Questions and Answers of Introduction to Culture and Imperialism by Edward Said

Who is Edward Said?
Edward Said was a Palestinian American and Professor at Columbia University. He was political activist, literary critic and founder of the postcolonial studies.

Why is Edward Said famous?
Edward Said is famous as a founder of post colonialism critical theory.

What is the source of ‘Culture and Imperialism’?
The source of ‘Culture and Imperialism’ is the ‘Orientalism’.

What is the main focus of Edward Said in ‘Introduction to Culture and Imperialism’?
The main focus of Edward Said in ‘Introduction to Culture and Imperialism’ is the relationship between the imperial and imperializes culture.

When was ‘Culture and Imperialism’ published?
‘Culture and Imperialism’ is consist of essays written by Edward Said and was published in 1993.
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Short Questions and Answers of Unpopular Essays by Bertrand Russell

Write the names of contents of ‘Unpopular Essays’ by Russell.
The names of the contents of ‘Unpopular Essays’ by Russell are Philosophy for laymen, Philosophy and Politics, The future of mankind, Function of a teacher, Ideas that have helped mankind, ideas that have harmed mankind, Intellectual Rubbish, On being modern minded and Philosophy’s ulterior motives.

Is Russell’s ‘Unpopular Essays’ about unpopularity?
Russell’s ‘Unpopular Essaysnot about unpopularity but about philosophy, politics and wellbeing of humanity.

How is Russell a pacifist?
Russell is against the war and opposes the idea of First World War so; he loses his job at Trinity College Cambridge. For this reason he is called pacifist.

What is the difference between Hegel and Locke’s philosophy?
Locke’s philosophy of empiricism suggests a theoretical justification of democracy, religious toleration, representative institutions, and the limitations of governmental power by the system of checks and balances but Hegel’s philosophy of dogmatism is that true liberty consists in obedience to an arbitrary authority, free speech is an evil, absolute monarchy is good, war is desirable, and an international organization for the peaceful settlement of disputes would be a misfortune.

How would you define ’empiricism’?
Empiricism is philosophy in which limitations of gov’t through system of check and balance, liberty of speech, religious tolerance and against the war. Empiricism is opposite to dogmatism. Democritus and Lock were Empiricists.
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