The US government and the Roman Republic both have the Executive and Legislative Branches in their government. The Roman Republic and US Government both have a set of checks and balances.
Generally speaking, environmental science is a broader field that incorporates many elements of earth and life sciences, whereas ecology is usually more focused on how organisms interact with each other and their surroundings, and often on a very specific population of living things.
One example that you can pick is the conflict between the individual and the social. Your main argument could be that Shakespeare was trying to show how tragedy usually occurs when people care only about their individual desires and not about their society.
In terms of the individual, the most obvious example is that of Romeo and Juliet. They are ready to follow their hearts and think only of themselves, regardless of what their families and societies suffer from it. Montague and Capulet are also being selfish and only thinking about themselves when they maintain their hate for each other, regardless of the harm they cause to Verona.
In terms of the social, we can show the Prince. If the Prince had intervened and protected society, many tragedies could have been avoided. Capulet and the Montague, as well as Romeo and Juliet, would have also been better off if they had cared more about the social consequences of their actions.
The Roman and Byzantine empire shared several similarities:
1. The Byzantines built an Empire that was nearly similar to the Romans in the form of how they governed themselves. These empires had governments which emphasized more on a strong centralized political system.
2. The two empires were ruled by an emperor who oversaw the political, military, judicial, financial, and religious issues.
3. The civilizations not only but also shared the same political system, but as well as the social structure, which was significant in indicating the social organization in a civilization.
4. Both the Byzantine and Roman Empires consisted of a society made up of social classes: the upper class which included of officials, members of the government, the middle class which comprised of merchants, and traders, and lower class which was made up of slaves.
3. The Roman standard of law and influence was also practiced among the Byzantines.
4. Another similarity between these two Empires lay in the form of entertainment that took place in these cultures. The Byzantine and the Roman Empire enjoyed watching gladiator fights at a big stadium. (Rautman)
They both created life out of utterly lifeless matter. Frankenstein made life out of of a dead body and Prometheus, out of clay and they both ended up being punished for this. Both Prometheus and Frankenstein's creations (the lifeless things made live) failed in some sense, by disobeying the creators. Frankenstein's creation ended up scaring and hurting certain people, while Prometheus's golem ended up hurting people, too. They were both alike in many ways.
On the contrary, both men show significant differences in age, personality, and finance. Physically, though both are attractive, Romeo is a “blooming flower”, only sixteen at the time, while Paris is closer to Juliet’s mother’s age, obviously making him more mature and arguably a better suitor. Additionally, Paris was a kinsman of the Prince, well-loved and a good friend of the Capulets. Contrarily, Romeo was a Montague (do matter how much he swore of his name), an ancient enemy of the Capulets. Also, their personality traits and means of interest differed highly. Romeo was a head-strung lovesick boy with no means of supporting his new wife, where Paris is already established with a fair job. Furthermore, Romeo’s love was untraditional and ruled by passion, climbing in through her window to compensate their marriage. However, Paris is more conventional in his ways and asks Capulet for Juliet’s hand in marriage instead of hoping for the night to shield his entrances and using “lover’s wings” to soar above her wall (ah hm, breaking and entering even if poetically). Lastly, Romeo never treats Juliet as if she were his property while Paris dares to say her face is not her own, acting presumptuously before they even got married. To conclude, both males exhibited traits that one may see husband-material, but are similarly lacking a trait the other possess that they do not.