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A False Confidence in Western Science: An Exploration of the Flexibility and Changing Paradigms within the World of Scientific Discovery
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This is a 7 page paper discussing the false confidence modern man should have in the proven “realities” of Western science. While modern day scientists seem confident in providing “proven” scientific discoveries and conclusions, historical evidence would seem to provide an alternative scenario which would show that man should have little if any confidence in the science or the technologies of his generation. Throughout history, science has been considered as studying reality which was formerly the place of religion. Western scientists in particular separated science from religion and held Western science in high regard. Western science and the discoveries within it have relied a great deal on the technologies from the East which are now considered as traditional. Despite the confidence in science, historical analyses show that most theories shift over time and old theories are discarded as new ones are used as a result of paradigm shift in scientific thought. Even within the field of physics which seeks to simplify the components of nature, it is not accepted that everything can be explained. Society’s “faith” in science differs a great deal as some scientists continue to believe that certain “realities” can be proven while others are again looking at how flexible the “realities” in science are now and will continue to be. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
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A Fictitious Discussion Between Hobbes and Kant
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This 3 page paper examines the issue of enlightenment and supposes how a discussion on the subject might go between these two philosophers. Ideas about human nature are included. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
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A Fresh Look at Suicide
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This 7 page paper takes a look at the ethics of suicide and whether or not the public has a moral responsibility to stop it. Individual rights are held high in this thoughtful look at a controversial topic. The ideas of Hume and Szasz are included. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
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A General Overview of Philosophy
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This 20 page paper provides an overview of a range of questions on philosophy, including questions concerning Socrates, Descartes, Kant's Categorical Imperative, the Stoics, Mary Daly and Robert Nozick. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
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A Hypothetical Discussion between Socrates from Plato’s “Republic” and Hector from Homer’s “The Iliad” in Regards to War and Justice
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This is a 4 page paper which develops a line of discussion between Socrates and Hector from “The Iliad”. In Plato’s “The Republic” written in 360 BCE, Socrates is presented in different levels of dialogue which in many instances examine the aspect of war and justice. In Book I (332a-336d), Socrates discusses aspects of justice in war with Polemarchus, the lord of war. The dialogue between Polemarchus in regards to some just actions during war could be seen an area in which Hector from Homer’s “The Iliad” written in 800 BCE would have plenty of input if given the chance. While Hector originally comes off as a staid warrior, similar to that of Polemarchus, Hector nevertheless is able to negotiate and implement contracts with his “enemies” which would in the end be satisfactory to Socrates who found justice was not necessarily found in treating a friend well and an enemy cruelly but indeed treating a just man justly. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
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A Just Society According to Plato and Marx
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This 5 page paper contemplates the idea of a just society by looking at Plato's Republic and Marxian theory. The ideas of each author are compared and contrasted. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
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