- 1 Did Carnegie support social Darwinism?
- 2 How do you think the theory of social Darwinism shaped the business practices of Andrew Carnegie and John D Rockefeller?
- 3 How did Social Darwinism support that philosophy?
- 4 Is balderdash a swear word?
- 5 What does hogwash mean?
- 6 What’s another word for hogwash?
- 7 What does the word disorder mean?
- 8 What means dismal?
the life of Andrew Carnegie supported the philosophy of Social Darwinism because Social Darwinism explains scientifically the achievements of Carnegie. a brilliant business man. Used the vertical and horizontal integrations to control as much of his steel company as possible. donated 90% of his wealth to good causes.
Rockefeller and Carnegie took to Social Darwinism as a way to expand their reach into profit- making centers and industrial growth. Social Darwinism was used to praise individual endeavor and the will to act in a manner that stressed dominance and success.
How did Social Darwinism support that philosophy?
Social Darwinists believe in “survival of the fittest”—the idea that certain people become powerful in society because they are innately better. Social Darwinism has been used to justify imperialism, racism, eugenics and social inequality at various times over the past century and a half.
Is balderdash a swear word?
Notes: Balderdash is one of those creative words in English with no family and a shady past (see Word History). Balder probably comes from a dialectal word balder “to swear, curse”, related to Old Dutch balderen “to roar, thunder”, Norwegian (Nynorsk) baldre “fast slurred speech”, and Swedish bullra “roar”.
What does hogwash mean?
1 : swill sense 2a, slop. 2 : nonsense, balderdash.
What’s another word for hogwash?
What is another word for hogwash?
What does the word disorder mean?
Disorder – An illness that disrupts normal physical or mental functions. Oxford English Dictionary. A disorder could be defined as a set of problems, which result in causing significant difficulty, distress, impairment and/or suffering in a person’s daily life.
What means dismal?
dismal, dreary, bleak, gloomy, cheerless, desolate mean devoid of cheer or comfort. dismal indicates extreme and utterly depressing gloominess. dismal weather dreary, often interchangeable with dismal, emphasizes discouragement resulting from sustained dullness or futility.