Mythology and Folk Lore Term Paper Topics
- A Compare and Contrast of Aeneas and Odysseus.
In this paper an essay writer will compare and contrast Aeneas and Odysseus in the two mythological works that are main characters in: The Aeneid and the Odyssey. By using the similarities that both of the heroes had after the great Trojan war, we can see how their journeys are similar, yet different in character due to the places that they go to in Mythology.
This paper is about Aeneas. The son of the Trojan mortal, Anchises, and the godless of beauty and love, Venus. He enjoys special privileges while remaining human.
- Sundiatas Analysis
This paper will discuss the Sundiata Mythos/ history and how this pertains to the Epic narrative to convey a people's history. The main focuses will be to examine what is characterized as an Epic and what that means. Another facet will be to understand what place the Griot or storyteller/historian of the tribe had and discuss the effects of what influence these men had on the tribe.
- Analysis of Creation Stories from Four Cultures.
This paper uses four creation accounts from different cultures. These are: Australia, Africa, the Algonquin Indian, and Japan. Certain aspects are found to be common to all, and there are some major differences.
- Arguing Against the Principle of Sufficient Reason in "An Examination of Cosmological Argument" by William Rowe
In this paper according to geography help service we can realize how Rowe develops the first premise of explaining God, and why this premise is heavily dependent on interior modes of human thought or perception of the God. For the second premise, Rowe seeks to develop exterior facts about the God, and even through a multiplicity of Gods cannot account for the first basis of reasoning that cannot explain aspects of the God’s actions through ‘others’. These are the problems with PSR, and why insufficient data through the error of human perception cannot sufficiently define God’s existence.
- Aspects of the Medieval World View: Excerpts from The Inferno and The Canterbury Tales .
This paper shall analyze two pieces of literature from the medieval period, with the intention of presenting a coherent worldview of that time. The first of these works is a selection from Dante's "Inferno". The second is from Chaucer's "The Canterbury Tales". As both of these works are too massive to fully analyze in a brief paper, selections from each work will be addressed.