Free Essays on Dangerous Knowledge

  1. Knowledge

    Integrity without knowledge is weak and useless, and knowledge without integrity is dangerous and dreadful. Samuel Johnson English author, critic, & lexicographer (1709 - 1784) Samuel Johnson wrote this about education. He was comparing, ignorant but caring, ethical people as opposed to educated...

  2. Lit Paper

    “Pursuit of knowledge results to dangerous emotions” We humans don’t realize the conditions that knowledge can bring if not responsibly used. In Frankenstein by Mary Shelley, education played a major part in the story. She explains that gaining too much knowledge can be a downfall. A perfect example...

  3. A Little Knowledge Is a Dangerous Thing Meaning

    A little knowledge is a dangerous thing Meaning A small amount of knowledge can mislead people into thinking that they are more expert than they really are. Origin 'A little knowledge is a dangerous thing' and 'a little learning is a dangerous thing' have been used synonymously since the 18th century...

  4. Frankenstien

    Mary Shelly's Frankenstein shows us that acquiring to much knowledge can be dangerous. The reason we know what we know is because that's what the world wants us to know the digger you deep the worse it is. Acquiring excessive knowledge is dangerous because your learn things that you should not know, knowing...

  5. Frankenstein

    history of the world scientists have tried to obtain knowledge that has never been captured before; whether it is a cure for a deadly disease, or even new technology that will change the world forever. Scientists push the limits of their knowledge to get answers for the unknown. An example of a scientist...

  6. Frankenstein's Psychological Decline

    obsession with dangerous knowledge and curiosity for the new science. Initially, Frankenstein states his interest in the study as merely being “delighted in investigating,” establishing how he in the beginning was not obsessed with the notion. The composer however then critiques the lure of dangerous knowledge...

  7. Frankenstein Style and Theme

    your studies or, Do Not Learn anything that your teacher hasnt taught you. As we all learned in Frankenstein, there should have been. The pursuit of knowledge within this book seems to be a recurring theme that in the end Victor learns the consequences of. Also the overflowing of texts within this text really...

  8. Dangerous Intelligence

    "In the thirst of knowledge, be sure not to drown in all the information." In Mary Shelley's Frankenstein, a young man sets out to find and create the secret to life. With the completion of his project he realizes that the consequences of his creation has everlasting affects. One of the main themes expressed...

  9. Jurassic Park - Paper

    in fact very genius even though it would never work. The whole computer system was very complicated and well designed. The thing that made it so dangerous was there were so many bugs and they only had one person who fully understood the system which is a potential hazard. The person they hired for the...

  10. Abortion ; the Arising Problem

    delivered a dead fetus prior to taking a dangerous abortion pill. (“The Rise of DIY Abortions” Ada Calhoun) She, like many other low-income women have taken the easier, cheaper route of ingesting risky abortion medications to exterminate unwanted pregnancies. This dangerous method of termination is becoming...

  11. Random Liability Law

    negligent is to ask and answer the question whether or not, if a person of ordinary prudence had been in the same situation and possessed of the same knowledge, he or she would have foreseen or anticipated that someone might have been injured by or as a result of his or her action or inaction. If the answer...

  12. Frankenstein

    “Today knowledge has power. It controls access to opportunity and advancement.” (BrainyQuote/Drucker). Knowledge is a good and powerful thing if it doesn’t go to one’s head. In the novel Frankenstein by Mary Shelley Victor Frankenstein knew of some dangerous knowledge and it eventually led to secrecy...

  13. Frankenstein Paper

    Frankenstein’s endless surge for knowledge is ultimately his epic downfall as a character. His desire to produce life from inanimate objects induces numerous sleepless nights and his drastic seclusion from society. This unhealthy pattern of loneliness and insomnia causes the knowledge-craved scientist to be driven...

  14. Expert Knowledge

    more of the outcomes could result in a loss, be this the loss of money, time or even life. This report will explain how people use expert and lay knowledge in order to perceive risk and also in order to live with these risks in their day to day lives. It is thought that the definition of risk comes...

  15. Franketstein Analytical Paper

    The Pursuit of Knowledge and its Conveyance Through the Use of Symbolism Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein addresses many themes throughout the novel – loss, loneliness, isolation, and secrecy, among others. The experiences of the three main characters – Robert Walton, Victor Frankenstein, and the monster...

  16. Christianity a Dangerous Idea Critique

    Bibliography 6 Introduction Alister McGrath in his text Christianity’s Dangerous Idea: The Protestant Revolution—A History from the Seventeenth Century to the Twenty-First provides a very detailed and in-depth definition of Protestantism...

  17. Frankenstein

    acquirement of knowledge can be more destructive than beneficial. It is made clear by the protagonist, Victor Frankenstein, that knowledge is, indeed, dangerous. Victor states, “Learn from me, if not by my precepts, at least by my example, how dangerous is the acquirement of knowledge and how much happier...

  18. Mas Academy Course

    by MAS Academy No 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Program Title Impression Making Practices & Courtesy Techniques (IMPACT) Dangerous Goods Regulations Dangerous Goods Regulations Refresher Dangerous Goods Awareness Airfreight Skills Work-Life Balance (WLB) Airlines Business Course (ABC) 100 Mind-Mapping for Business...

  19. Would You Kill a Cat?

    DO you think someone should kill a cat, agree or disagree? Well based on my knowledge on animals, it is wrong to kill a cat, or a dog. Most people have a cat because, it keep them company, cat keep snakes off your back yard, and they can lower your blood pressure. So whenever a cat is being kill...

  20. Dangerous Driving Habits

    Dangerous Driving Habits Driving land automobiles is one of the most common modes of transportation used by the modern society . Through the power of their automobile vehicles , the people of the present travel vast land distances as part of their busy modern lifestyles for their economic ,recreational...

  21. A Quest for Knowledge

    Knowledge a nine letter word, who knew that such a simple word could create so much chaos throughout peoples lives. The quest for knowledge is both exciting and dangerous the characters in Paradise Lost and Frankenstein prove this. Victor Frankenstein is interpreted to be a selfish scientist...

  22. Frankenstein

    your studies or, Do Not Learn anything that your teacher hasnt taught you. As we all learned in Frankenstein, there should have been. The pursuit of knowledge within this book seems to be a recurring theme that in the end Victor learns the consequences of. Also the overflowing of texts within this text really...

  23. The Danger of Knowledge

    The Danger of Knowledge As he went on, I felt as if my soul were grappling with a palpable enemy; one by one the various keys were touched which formed the mechanism of my being; chord after chord was sounded, and soon my mind was filled with one thought, one conception, one purpose. So much has been...

  24. Essay

    analysis paper Pursuit of knowledge is a theme that often shows up in the text Frankenstein. Frankenstein the main character and the monster are very willing to gain knowledge and learn every aspect of life. They incorporate many dangers while pursuing knowledge. Through the characters of the monster...

  25. essay 9

    suffered damages as a result of the tortfeasor’s conduct. The elements of strict liability are: 1) Existence of an abnormally dangerous condition or activity. 2) Tortfeasor’s knowledge of condition or activity. 3) Condition or activity was the causation of the victim’s injuries. The main difference between...

  26. Integrity

    "Integrity without knowledge is weak and useless, and knowledge without integrity is dangerous and dreadful", quoted Samuel Johnson. Integrity in the eyes of a teenager means not cheating in class, obeying and respecting school rules, and finishing and completing anything assigned in school. When in...

  27. Quest for Knowledge

    Quest for Knowledge In Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein, Victor Frankenstein’s quest for knowledge not only leads to the creation of a murderous monster that kills Victor’s loved ones but also the destruction of Victor himself and his sanity. Victor’s quest for knowledge sends him down a dangerous path by...

  28. Cool

    new information? Does it please you to know something new about that world that you did not know before? At a point does knowing too much become dangerous? Can it be safer not knowing some of the dark truths that exist in this world? Could being unaware of what the inevitable truth of the world be something...

  29. Knowledge Is Power - Short Essay

    Amy Lowell Mike Habib English 102 6 March 2013 Knowledge is Power An individual can be considered dangerous without causing direct physical harm to another individual. In the essay Superman and Me, Sherman Alexie describes his childhood growing up on an Indian reservation. There, being able to...

  30. The Quest for Knowledge and Greatness

    The novel, Frankenstein, was written by Mary Shelley in the early 1800’s. Her story is about a man named Victor Frankenstein whom, in his quest for knowledge and greatness, created a hideous monster that society would never be able to accept. The monster was abandoned and faced with great prejudice when...