In particular, Muharjee notes that many local communities reacted to the development of globalization by perceiving it as a threat to their authenticity and individuality; in other words, the author pointed out that globalization can [...]
Being a jerk means being disrespectful to the needs of other people, and the opinion of Polemarchus proves that it has nothing to do with justice.
However, even though the recognition of a researcher and an object of their inquiry as interdependent entities has helped to advance human understanding of a wide-range of social and natural phenomena, it is necessary to [...]
Hegel, absolute idealism is a political view that there should be an identity of being and thought in order for the human reason to understand the nature of the natural world.
From this perspective, the relationship between body and mind can be compared to an aircraft and a pilot; although autopilot technologies are advanced, a successful flight is still impossible without the guidance of the human [...]
We should say that Platos Allegory of the Cave could be used to prove the importance of an examined life and the role a person living according to this principle might play in the community.
In order to develop a sufficient understanding of what this proposition means, it is necessary to recognize the specifics of the philosopher's approach to philosophy and how it relates to practical life.
The prisoners in the cave for example, refused to hear anything about the reality outside the cave, and got angry with the prisoner that had seen the reality.
A careful study of his masterpiece entitled, Meditations can lead one to conclude that his concept of the self was the byproduct of the combination of the use of his physical senses, common sense, and [...]
It is the assumption of this paper that Descartes' perspective and the teachings of Buddha on the self are inherently incompatible due to their different perspectives on what constitutes "the self".
The philosopher defines God and the creator's responsibilities in the text of the Republic: The creator is real and the opposite of evil.
Following Descartes' argument, the mind is independent of the body yet eye witness testimony relies on a judgment that has to be internalized as memory on the mind.
One of the most notable cases is a contradiction between David Hume and Descartes who shared different views based on what they did perceive of the body and the mind of an individual.
The strong conviction in own rightness thus deprives of the opportunity to comprehend the vastness and beauty of life and to wonder.
As a result, it was regarded as a problem that arose from the pernicious view of a bhikkhu named Sati, addressed as the son of a fisherman, over the Dharma taught by the Blessed One [...]
Euthyphro's second proposed definition of piety is that "what is dear to the gods is pious", and he is sure that this definition is appropriate.
Based on the theories set-up by Freud and Erikson, it is evident that they gave an imminent approach to other psychoanalysts.
This is done so that in the end there is a way that the individual can be able to conquer or attain the trust of the other party.
Human reasoning is the ability of the human mind to utilize some part of the universal reason, and therefore is intangible and separate from the body.
In this light, this paper seeks to support the argument that knowledge is possible regardless of the drawbacks instigated by the skeptical theorists.
According to Marx, that is called the externalization of a worker in his product. A man does not choose the productive activity, he is a part of it only because he is forced to he [...]
The main idea of the work is that the author firmly opposes physicalism. The general argument Jackson adheres to is that physicalism blunders in terms of denying the existence of the subjective experience.
In other words, truth is attached to the eventuality of a future event that is meant to limit the interests of man and it may be argued in several ways.
In conclusion, it is possible to note that Confucian ideas had a significant impact on development of the Japanese society in the 8th century.
The evaluation is carried out from the perspective of Althusser's "On the Reproduction of Capitalism". The Marxist approach is one example of a complex political and economic ideology.
This is probably the main pitfalls that should be avoided because it can pose a threat to a great number of people or society, in general. This is one of the issues that should not [...]
In the Symposium and in the Apology, Socrates revealed the power of questioning the status quo and to see circumstances from a different frame of reference.
The concept of transparency is important to anyone interested in the ethics of human dignity and the perpetual peace of Immanuel Kant. The practice of altruism in the markets is not the alternative to markets [...]
It has been argued that a creation-myth can rarely be differentiated from a narrative of origination; this is because a narrative of origination would present the existence of a deity in a period of infinite [...]
Nevertheless, the acquisition of knowledge is a complex process which philosophers have developed different explanations to explain the same. Infinite regress: This refers to the process of reasoning to amplify the rationed credibility of a [...]
Bealer challenges the philosophers who assume that the concepts of a priori knowledge, analyticity and the necessary truth are, in the actual sense, one and the same thing.
Plato insists that thematic aspects of poetry might have an impact negatively on society: "Such poetry is likely to corrupt the mind of those of its hearers who do not have the knowledge of a [...]
In the above example the words of scientists are believed and there is no room to argue that the words of Einstein have a possibility of being untrue as the observations or other facts on [...]
If considering the rebels in the novel and the movies the "vermin" instead of the "prey," the idea of the stories will change slightly.
Nonetheless, Confucianism is still present in Asian people's minds and in their literary works as their philosophy, affected by different intrusions, is rooted in their hearts in the form of genetic memory.
The right to success is personal and largely depends on the determination of the individual these are the views of Alain.
Socrates argues that autocratic leadership is an important structure of ensuring that the rule of law is followed and that the common good of all societal members is enhanced.
I define leadership as the ability to apply specific strategies of communication, decision making, and problem-solving to address the challenges of leading people in order to achieve certain outcomes that align with one's personal values, [...]
One of the most important problems in philosophy is the ultimate nature of reality and the relationships of its spiritual and material constituents.
However, Levitin explains that induction refers to the use of past experiences, and knowledge acquired from the past to predict things that are going to happen in the future.
The choice is a content of a personality, and a personality expresses itself in a choice. In Kierkegaard's philosophy, the concept of having a self is linked to the concept of consciousness.
The guests were happy and eager to follow the debate of the people they believed were geniuses of their time. It is the same rhetoric that politicians use to win elections and arguments in the [...]
The ideologies of philosophers have influenced the world and changed the perception and attitudes of people toward various issues. The peculiarity and popularity of Aristotle's philosophy of life makes it easy for it to be [...]
This is one of the assumptions that underlie Mill's logic. This is one of the principles that should be taken into consideration.
Nozick was of the view that people are not in a position to differentiate between their experiences when in the experience machine and when outside.
Hume's philosophy is based on the ideas that all the knowledge of the world is gained from the interaction of human's experiences and the thoughts.
The movie The Truman Show is that sort of film which touches the problem of a persons realization of this world and his place in it.
Excellent activities for a philosophy day event include debates and dialogues among people from different cultures and races, lectures about the connection between philosophy and culture, philosophical debates and discussions on self-reliance and individualism, and [...]
Whistleblowing is defined as "having four component parts: 1) an individual acts with the intention of making information public; 2) the information is conveyed to parties outside the organization who make it public and a [...]
This is due to the fact that there are changes in nature of work, preferences of employer for flexibility which normally work to the disadvantage of the employees and finally the changes in institutional systems [...]
An example that can be cited for this is that if John, who is a child, has always been told that babies come from heaven, this is the knowledge that he believes is true.
While Anselm and Wager are major proponents of the ontological argument, Hume and Kant are some of the opponents of the ontological argument. Ontological argument is a controversial argument that supports the existence of God.
Thus, the time travel can lead to the intolerable and even threatening consequences because of influencing the principle of the cause and effect in relation to the past and future, and as a result, the [...]
A majority of the people believe that the presence of wickedness and misery in the world, is the first evidence to the inexistence of God. In essence, this argument proves that it is not easy [...]
Aidos is a term that was used to refer to the deity spirit of humility, respect and admiration. The term was used by the ancient Greeks to imply the society of good community members.
To establish the reason for the many scientific researches on the origin of the universe, it is prudent to explain the theory all works of science seem to tear apart, The Creationism Theory.
In this regard, he posits that it is only possible to reflect on the nature of the body by first establishing the order of reflection. He therefore claims that the body is in the order [...]
If the action would receive disapproval from other people, Kantian ethics dictate that a leader should not make such a decision besides it is important to ponder on whether the course of action respects the [...]
The foremost characteristic of post-industrial living is the fact that; whereas, the exponential progress in the fields of informational technology and genetics had left very little room for monotheistic religion in the minds of most [...]
Doing this is not always a smooth sailing all the way, much of the thoughts and beliefs one has, are usually fixed or definite by the time they get to adulthood.
The state of being is crucially determined by the principle of fundamentalism, which in turn leads to the essence of an object."The attributes, singly or collectively that make an object of a substance what it [...]
The paradigm of decision-making mentioned above promotes change in my personal and professional life, as it helps identify the effects of a certain step that will be made in the foreseeable future.
In addition, the article reveals that the concepts of 'the right to be sure that' and 'has adequate evidence for' only work if the element of 'justified true belief' is not introduced in an analysis.
Perception is the central issue in understanding the theory of direct realism, therefore, it is important to keep in mind the central aspects of this notion and only then try to understand the theory of [...]
Ontology as a name was developed from a Greek word 'onto' which means 'being' or 'that which is.' Ontology is a branch of metaphysics that deals with issues about the existence of entities, and how [...]
This does not mean that the views of the opponent are rubbished away since they could be used to supplement or even compliment the views of the peer believed to be accurate.
The existence of disagreements is also justified by the fact that there can be a possibility of people arguing on the basis of divided evidence but have multiple choices in place leading to mutually appreciable [...]
Constructivism is a theory that states that through reflecting people's experiences, there is the construction of the world in which they live.
The objective was to analyze the experience of human phenomena in consciousness and in psychological result of perception and reasoning. This study contributed to success of his first work, "the phenomenology of the social world".
In this view, this essay seeks to investigate the reality in the meaning and the notion of the word "realism" as described by Paul Berman.
The normative jurisprudence on the other hand is of the argument that laws are for the purposes of containing the society and they are prone to change depending with the time and the circumstances.
The Confucianism theory that is more focused on the quality of an individual and its place in the world, but with no reference to the above-described concepts of the One and the Whole.
Berkeley supports the view of the matrix hypothesis that human beings are in a matrix and disputes the view that the matrix hypothesis is skeptical using the idealism of reality.
While solipsism focuses on the power of the mind, solitude defines the state of the surrounding, which the mind is allowed to perceive and discern.
In the development of curriculum, there has to provision for learners to make use of their experiences and come to the knowledge of things.
This means that philosophy is practiced in real life by the believer of the philosophy. In the analysis of the prophet and the dandy, two philosophers are considered.
A recent example of the concerned controversy surrounding the use of the name as a logo is that of the North Dakota team together with the NCAA.
The main goal of this age was to encourage reforms in the society by embracing the concept of reasoning and acquisition of knowledge through science.
The simple version of the theory is that a predicate is true because of the existence of the subject. Therefore once predicate and subject are linked, the statement becomes true without any attempt to rationalize [...]
Descartes attempted to doubt everything he ever thought was true by attacking the sources of knowledge, such as; the senses, the mind and our imagination.
The action by the king therefore upholds the rule that man is guided by his selfish impulses and is bound to fall into temptations that lead to his abuse of power.
He believed in the role and nature of the state as that of the well-being of all individuals in the society.
This is one of the assumptions that can be made. This is one of the limitations that can be identified.
The emergence of the philosophy of science as a field of study proves that philosophy is still relevant and required in the modern context, despite the success of the scientific discourse.
This can be translated to mean that God is the origin of God. The answer to this question is that it was God's intention to have God exist.
It cannot be imagined how the society would be is there was no thought in the minds of the people about the existence of God who oversees the actions of deeds of people in the [...]
According to Anselm "if the existence of a being is necessary, then, 'that being is greater than one which existence is not necessary'".
In addition, it is also an indication of the facts that human beings are always nosy and ready to participate in other people's issues.
Specifically, Freud invented the subconscious part of the mind, the superego, which helps in analyzing how one thinks, in other words, evaluating the correctness of the thinking. On the part of the ego, Sartre acknowledges [...]
From the perspective of the Opposites Arguments, if the physical body is mortal and physical, the soul is immortal and, therefore, it should not die.
The quantity of pleasure can be measured by the magnitude of the experience of an individual with whom the pleasure is associated. The purpose for which an action is done is the sole determinant of [...]
He thinks of prison guards leading him to his death in the morning and hopes that his appeal would be accepted.
For instance, one is to keep in mind that the so-called ontological vision is recognized to be one of the most reliable arguments, which proves the existence of the Sole Supreme Being.
According to Buddhist thinking, mind training "...is training in stability in order to "reveal the mystery" of the ultimate nature of reality, our own and that of other phenomena".
Given people's imperfectness, as compared to what it is being the case with gods, the only way for them to be able to gain the metaphysical understanding of the reality emanations' true meaning is transcending [...]
In particular, he emphasized on the importance of human experiences in the comprehension of cause and effect. Hence, the theory of cause and effect highlights that the tendency to associate events is the foundation of [...]
In addition, he argued that the existence of God and the plans he had for the world were not sensible, and that the world was indeed absurd He was associated with the birth of existentialism [...]
During the 17th century, Thomas Hobbes proposed the idea the idea of "state of nature" in his writings called the leviathan.
The last days of the Socrates refers to a sequence of four conversations by Plato that illustrates the demise as well as the testing of the Socrates.
Physicalists claim that a non-physical nature of the world cannot be the determinant of the state of the world since the world is physical in nature.