Virtue and Pleasure in Aristotle and Kant

01 Mar 2018

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The Relation between Virtue and Pleasure in Aristotle and Kant Introduction ‘Every action and choice is thought to aim at some good; and for this reason the good has rightly been declared to be that at which all things aim.' (Aristotle: 1094a1-3). Philosophy has always been concerned with trying to determine why we do the actions we do: what are we hoping to achieve by ...

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Modernist Dogma That Form Follows Function

01 Mar 2018

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The aim of this thesis is to discuss the modernist dogma ‘form follows function. A good architecture is meant to create a better functional design in course of lifestyle, amusement, work, study, and so on. Hence, all design decisions at the architectural level should be made within the context of the functional, ergonomic, and social requirements of the system being designed, which is a principle ...

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Significance of Realistic Physics in Simulation Games

01 Mar 2018

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This dissertation is on the significance of realistic physics in simulation games. Physics in games has changed a lot over the years from arcade games having no physics to Need for Speed: Shift having world class physics. As the years have progressed so has the technology giving ways to make the game more realistic to a point which makes them almost as real as in ...

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Moral Status of Nonhuman Animals

01 Mar 2018

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Early Modern Perspectives on the Moral Status of Nonhuman Animals: Descartes, Kant, and Bentham The trajectory of our anthropocentric thinking on the moral status of nonhuman animals has its roots in classical antiquity and has been guided along by the relatively unchallenged assumption that cognitive inferiority is a relevant measure of moral inferiority. The ancient Stoics and Epicureans, for example, were notoriously dismissive of the ...

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Is Immortality Desirable?

01 Mar 2018

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Abstract In this paper I discuss whether immortality in the physical form is desirable. In accordance with the deprivation account I seek to defend the commonsense view that death is a bad thing for the individual but will argue that consistency and logic does not require me to believe that an immortal existence is to be desired. I defend Bernard Williams' claim that with an immortal ...

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Philosophical Definition of Justice: The Role of Accounting

01 Mar 2018

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What is Justice? Justice means different things to different people. It is very much a culturally determined concept that requires an innate understanding of a particular person or group of people. For the purpose of this research paper justice is defined as "the judgment and process involved with making something that is wrong or bad, right and good." Justice helps us as a society distinguish wrong ...

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Analysis of Nietzsche’s Genealogy of Morals

01 Mar 2018

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When God died, what happened to the people? Therefore neither can an animal move about in the closed as such, no more than it can comport itself toward the unconcealed. The animal is excluded from the essential domain of the conflict between unconcealedness and concealedness. The sign of such an exclusion is that no animal or plant “has the word. (Heidegger: 1992:159-60) The concealed in Heidegger ...

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Ethical Issues in Cloning

01 Mar 2018

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Thesis Statement: Although cloning has been successful to a certain extent, there have also been a high percentage of failures which has raised some ethical issues. Preface I was in a dilemma whether to choose teen pregnancy or cloning. When I did some research for these 2 topics, I realized cloning has been around for decades and I thought it was only quite recent. My ...

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Counselling and Therapy for Different Personality Types

28 Feb 2018

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Active Suggestive Therapy View of Human Nature In the world, everyone is unique. They usually differ on the basis of family in which they grew up and the values, culture, unique experiences and the perceptions they have about their circumstances. I agree with the view of Adler that a person's perception of the past and interpretation of early events influence their behaviours (Corey, 2005). According to ...

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Concepts of Censorship

28 Feb 2018

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Censorship There are different types of freedoms or forms of liberations that everyone needs to be able to feel comfortable and accommodated in our society. The intellectual freedom is the right of each individual to access information that is; both receiving and in pursuit exclusive of any restriction or containment. Free expression of ideas at all angles can be termed as intellectual liberty. Most of our ...

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