The Utopia of Thomas More: a contemporary battleground
Thomas More's 'Utopia' is the result of the social factors that contributed to the degeneration of European society in the early 20th century. More wrote in the philosophical tradition of Plato and Aristotle, and an analysis of his work during the Renaissance period by Western scholars reveals the dichotomy of his work. More, through the incisive use of Socratic dialogues, examined two different cultures, thereby enabling future generations to choose the right path.
Publication Name: Modern Age
Subject: Political science
Burial of radioactive waste under the seabed
Burial of radioactive waste in the ocean bottom merits some consideration as ocean bottoms are disturbed little and that dispersal of waste in the event of canister rupture would be minimized to the sediment. Moreover, the economic benefits are enormous as risks are small.
Publication Name: Scientific American
Subject: Science and technology
Fashioning a business
Josie Natori began the Natori Co in 1977, and it had reached $45 million in sales in 1993. Natori designs, manufacturers, and sells sleepwear and lingerie for women. The clothing, which is made in the Philippines, is sold primarily in a New York City showroom.
Publication Name: Nation's Business
Subject: Business, general