Essays; I attempted one of those

1. Assess eco-tourism as the way forward for Mauritius.

2. “Migration is always a consequence of human conflict.” Discuss.

3. “The world is a dangerous place to live, not because of the people who are evil, but because of the people who don’t do anything about it.” Do you agree?

4. Is farming the sea as threatening to the environment as farming the land?

5. “Teenagers feel the older generation has left them a poor world.” Is this a fair comment?

6. Healing is a decision. Forgiveness is part of healing. What do you think?

7. Subordinating oneself is easier than to stand up for what one believes in. Discuss.

8. What can be done to protect musicians and music labels from piracy in Mauritius?

9. Should fatherhood be emphasised as much as motherhood?

10. Will e-commerce ever be a success in Mauritius?

11. “Art upsets, science reassures.” What are your views?

12. How far is an eye for an eye a legal solution in the 21st century?

13. Can terrorism ever be a legitimate and effective means of pursuing political goals?

14. To what extent have modern life-prolonging technologies added to some of the ancient dilemmas on the value of life?

15. Consider the part horror plays in entertainment.

Here’s which essay I picked and wrote about during the exams: 11. (Highlight please.)

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4 Responses to “Essays; I attempted one of those”


  1. 1 Olivier 6 July, 2006 at 7:31 pm

    i’d pick number 7 or 13. 7 is a good excuse for writing a motivational essay with a powerful and moving punchline, while 13 would be a good argumentative kind of essay. Nelson Mandela used guerilla tactics in freeing the country of apartheid for instance.

    Which one did you pick?

  2. 2 Khalil A. 7 July, 2006 at 6:50 pm

    Believe it or not, I did 11! And instead of writing agreeing with the title, I directed my essay towards this: “Art reassures, science upsets!”

    Even I don’t know how I did it actually.

  3. 3 Olivier 7 July, 2006 at 8:55 pm

    Nice!
    Sounds like a good, unconventional twist in your essay’s thesis.
    I actually like it a lot.

  4. 4 Hans 11 July, 2006 at 7:05 pm

    the number 10 would just be more pleasant to me…talking about computing stuffs, that’s my favourite taste…..in fact you got lucky in having an e-question??? I was searching mine for one but there wasn’t and so did something about how man is affecting his environment, sorta something like this ;-)………hey dude good luck for those exams btw….see ya 😉


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