The Art of Experience

The Art of Experience

Siyam Melke – Aparicio PM – Honorbound [1] Aristotle once said, “A young man is not qualified to be a student of Politics; for he lacks the experience of the affairs of life…those who direct their desires and actions by reason will gain much profit from the knowledge of these matters.” He depicts that man, especially … Continue reading

American’t Democracy: How America is Not Governed by the People, For the People

American’t Democracy: How America is Not Governed by the People, For the People

   Celine Manalansan Aparicio Morning– The United States government may be one of the most morally corrupt governments in the world. In Aristotle’s The Politics, he describes democracy as a perversion of constitutional government; I agree with his statement. The founding fathers of America intended for our government to be ruled by the people, prioritizing the … Continue reading

Human Capital

Human Capital

Christina Wood Mr. Aparicio Econ – morning 24 June 2017 Honor bound Human Capital Human capital—the sum total of skills embodied within an individual—helps us to have a better understanding of why there are some extremely poor people and some very wealthy people in our society. [1] Roughly thirteen percent of Americans are poor, which … Continue reading

Building our Human Capital: Should the Government Allow for High School Dropouts?

Building our Human Capital: Should the Government Allow for High School Dropouts?

One of society’s greatest assets is human capital, which is “the sum total of skills embodied within an individual: education, intelligence, charisma, creativity, work experience, entrepreneurial vigor, even the ability to throw a baseball fast [1].” In order to succeed in life, we need human capital, which can only be achieved with some form of … Continue reading