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Philosophy is the study of problems such as reality, existence, reason etc. Here you can also find information on famous Philosophers, literature on philosophy and more.

  1. Journal 1

    Tok Journal One Science: Topic C “Science will never explain everything – that is why it is so useful!” –Robert Ehrlich The above quote by Robert Ehrlich resonates strongly with me due to the fact that I am a strong believer in science. However although science is a great tool for

  2. In the Face of Adversity

    Puripat #26 M.510-2 In the face of adversity Overcoming adversity is not easy but you can find a way around the obstacles if you just keep persisting towards your goals. Many people always get frustrated whenever they encounter adversity and attempt to avoid it altogether; so they

  3. Developing a Performance Appraisal

    Developing a Performance Appraisal Tanesha Sharpe HSM/220 September 19. 2010 Marcella Dowdell Developing a Performance Appraisal In today’s business world employees represent one of organizations most valuable assets. This means that organization productivity depend on making sure that

  4. World of Ideas

    All through history there were many different forms of government that were practiced all over the world such as communism, anarchy, democracy, and a monarchy. There were few governments that worked, while many others were overthrown or went to war like Adolf Hitler’s dictatorship. There were

  5. The Lovely Boe

    The Copyright Quiz Source: Technology & Learning Part I: Computers and Software 1. A teacher decides to make a back-up copy of all her crucial disks in case one if ever destroyed or damaged. This is permissible.

  6. Contrastive Linguistic Essay

    In English and Vietnamese verb system, “make” in English and “làm” in Vietnamese are considered as the typical verbs and used with high frequency because they are one of mainstream activities. There are differences between English and Vietnamese, so in process of learning and communicating

  7. On the Ontological Argument and Its Objections

    Tarun Singh TF: Kerstin Haase On The Ontological Argument and its Objections In this paper I will explain put forth Anselm’s ontological argument for the existence of God. and Tthen, I will turn toexplain why this argument is convincing, despite what I deem to be the tthe best

  8. The Inconvenient Truht

    Before It Is Too Late The current climate our planet has these days is unusually hot compared to the previous decades. This is so because of global warming. It has been Al Gore’s campaign during the U.S. federal elections since America has been the biggest contributors to global warming.

  9. Same Sex Marriage Essay

    Gay Marriage PHI 200 Instructor Benjamin Wright April 25, 2011 The specific issue that will be discussed here is gay marriage. This is a very touchy subject for many people throughout the states and the world. The main question here is whether a marriage consists of same sex

  10. Problem of Evil - Essay

    The problem of evil is a major topic of debate among philosophers. We see examples of all types of evil in the news everyday; tornados killing hundreds of people, a serial killer taking the lives of innocent victims, people dying of agonizing illnesses, and those criminals that are able to get

  11. Assessing Substance Dualism

    Assessing Substance Dualism First it is important we establish what a substance actually is before we can venture into substance dualism itself. Substances are traditionally understood as an entity that doesn’t rely on another entity to exist. Now in substance dualism there are two types of

  12. Socrates and Euthyphro Conversation

    Socrates and Euthyphro Conversation The philosopher Socrates would become famous for challenging the acceptance of the way we look at knowledge and for looking for a way to find a process of thought to explain how we find truth. When talking with Euthyphro, Socrates uses what we have come to

  13. Environmental Ethics Analysis of Sustainability

    Environmental Ethics (PHL 310U) | Analysis of Sustainability | 5/15/2012 | In response to the prompt: “How does the notion of sustainability, given the Brundtland Report, apply to the environmental issues of population, consumption, and natural resource use?” | Environmental Ethics

  14. List of Philosophy

    “Two things are infinite: the universe and human stupidity; and I'm not sure about the universe.” ― Albert Einstein “Be the change that you wish to see in the world.” ― Mahatma Gandhi “Without music, life would be a mistake.” ― Friedrich Nietzsche, Twilight of the Idols “The

  15. Philosophy

    Hedonism and Desire Theory PHI 252 LAN-ANH BUI In philosophy, the term welfare or well-being is used to describe how well someone’s life is going for him or her. Welfare is hard to pin down, but basically if something contributes positively to your welfare, then that is good for you,

  16. Define the Term Sensitive Periods and Link Them Appropriately to the Child’s First Stage of Development. Explain How You Would Support These Sensitive Periods During This Birst Crucial Stage.

    Children go through three different stages of growth with different sub phases. I will be focusing mainly on phase one. Children go through six sensitive periods during the first phase of growth. The six sensitive periods are as follows, sensitivity to order, movement, small objects, language,

  17. Public Administration - 1

    REVOLUTION OF PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION By Angelo S. Macario Public Administration is drawn from Political Science. Their relationship cannot be dichotomized to single out each difference; as Political Science was defined as an academic discipline concerned with the study of politics,

  18. Epistemology - summary

    The narration and point of view in the story was that of the towns people. In the story the narrator is described as “we”. For instance in the story when it was talking about the death of Emily’s father it spoke of the man that deserted her in the story it states –the one we believed would

  19. Ethics and Friendship

    Matthew Dietz Ethics Mrs. Wertheimer Pleasure and Friendship In the section “Three Kinds of Friendship” Aristotle distinguishes his three kinds of friendship. Throughout our lives we will obtain three different kinds of friendships called pleasure-friendships, use-friendships, and

  20. Aristotle's Idea of a Good Life

    Karley Nykun PHIL202G 12 October 2013 Short Writing Assignment #2 When Aristotle created a plan for his proposal of a "good life" he took into consideration two key ingredients; not only being happy, but flourishing. Aristotle's proposal emphasizes the meaning of life by focusing on a

  21. Karl Marx on Alienation

    Karl Marx on alienation Alienation is according to Marx things that belong together coming apart, the essence of human beings is coming apart from the existence of human beings. Workers are part of capitalism and they are alienated from what? From four different forms of alienation. First

  22. Social Identity

    Abstract The paper intends to summarize the article “Through autonomy to agency: Giving power to language learners” (Hunter and Cooke, 2007) and make the concept of autonomy clearer via the term agency. Moreover, some important issues are raised about the language learners and there are the

  23. Identities

    People’s understandings and thoughts about things contribute a big part into their personalities and identities. Their understandings are not naturally created by themselves but shaped and affected throughout their lives by many factors such as their living conditions, background, community,

  24. How Successful Is the Design Argument?

    How successful is the Design Argument?  The argument from design, otherwise known as the teleological argument, is an argument for the existence of God based upon the empirical evidence of the design of nature. The argument form design is considered as part of Natural theology. Defined

  25. The Concepts of Nonmaleficence

    - The Concepts of Nonmaleficence, Libertarianism and Dignity in Justice The concept of Nonmaleficence explains that a person should not inflict evil or cause harm to others. Most consider that it should be the main focus or primary concern not to

  26. Ethical and Cultural Relativism Compared and Contrasted with Ethical Absolutism

    In answering the age old question of how people know what decisions or practices are ethical or not we are introduced to three theories that are most relevant: ethical relativism, cultural relativism, and ethical absolutism. Standards of conduct differ from society to society, therefore there

  27. Anmc Accreditation Standards

    Enrolled Nurses Standards and Criteria for the Accreditation of Nursing and Midwifery Courses Leading to Registration, Enrolment, Endorsement and Authorisation in Australia— with Evidence Guide February 2009 Report prepared by Dr. Denise Ryan Contents AustrAliAn nursing And Midwifery

  28. Affirmative Brief

    I. ILL. A. Violation of privacy rights on the internet is increasing now 1. Why promote internet privacy online? Virender, Andrew. "Why Promote Internet Privacy Online?" Ezarticles, 22 Nov. 2012. Web. 22 Sept. 2013 As Internet privacy has become aware of the

  29. Should We Be Allowed to Carry Guns?

    Should we be allowed to Carry Guns? Personal safety should always be someone’s main concern. One may believe they reside in an inviolable neighborhood, but danger is everywhere and most are unaware of it. There are currently non-lethal methods of self-protection; one may carry a can of pepper

  30. How to Install Rod Mill Liners?

    When with a soft ball and materials including powder, or raw water is too large, or a “bag” (due to the uneven into a ball when feeding, water supply), the ignition when the ball is prone to cracking, increase the material layer resistance, poor ventilation, fire is not easy to burn down, lead