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We title this as changes because all pictures has its changes day after day. The sky and a tree, a foggy sky and a tree are seen in this photograph. The sunshine is hardly visible. The tree on the other hand, symbolizes as a civilization and a dark overcast sky reflects the problem that we confront as a community. In society, there is a law and individuals have certain rights to safeguard their belongings and loved ones, particularly during difficult times like the ones we are experiencing now. If the government does not safeguards people’s necessities, they will perish. People have a tendency to rebel and defend their rights against the government if they are not secured. It is linked to John Locke’s philosophy that all persons have inherent rights to law, liberty and property and that rules who fail to protect you those rights can be ousted by the people using force if necessary.

The next is Spring. Spring is a part of four seasons. The philosopher Confucius is a Chinese who differentiated the autumn and spring. The weather spring is symbolizes as love , hope, youth or even growth. It has also meanings as rebirth or renewal. The spring may also allude to religious celebrations like Easter.

The other picture is the boat. In book 6 of Plato’s Republic, in the context of damning appraisal of the way the democracy at Athens works, Socrates compares the Athenian state to a ship. The owner of the ship, he says, is big and strong - but he is hard of hearing, short sighted and not much of a navigator. The ship’s crew are in persistent disarray. They recklessly gorge themselves on the ship’s resources, while disagreeing with one another about who should be in charge on board, with each sailor believing he should be the captain ( despite having neither experience nor training ). Being the captain, the sailors maintain, requires no special skill.


The next is the metal in another picture. As you can see there’s a sign there says no metal spikes. Based on our interpretation, it is an electric fence or the wire fence. The real thing that picture is really talks about the electric current. You can see in that picture, it has a metal spike means a long piece of metal spike means a long piece of metal with a sharp end. It has a 15 foot wall covered with iron spikes and the ends of the wire on the picture are nailed with metal spikes and not only metal objects can be placed. The philosopher or the father of electric current is Michael Faraday Electric current, any movement of electric charge carriers, such as subatomic charged particles. Electrons with negative charge, protons with positive charge, ions, atoms that have lost or gained one or more electrons or holes electron deficiencies that can br considered as positive small electricity consumption.

The last is apple monitor. There are two apple monitors on the photo as you can see. Apple’s philosopher is Joshua Cohen. Joshua Cohen a former political philosopher professor at Stanford University. He was hired by Apple to Work at Apple University, which was founded by Steve Jobs in 2008 to provide staff with the kind of instruction generally available at universities. The specifics of this University are well guarded secrets.

That is all about the picture. As you can see, those pictures really changes from the gadget, to the flow of electric current, the design of boat, the weather and even the forms of skies.

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