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  • Compare And Contrast Aristotle And Epicurus

    Aristotle and Epicurus are two Greek philosophers who had a significant impact on the people of their time based on their philosophical ideas, concepts, and theories. However, many of Aristotle’s views on ethics are still incorporated into modern philosophy. Their philosophies are quite different yet shared many commonalities. Aristotle’s Theory of Virtue in comparison to Epicurus’ Theory of Hedonism is substantially more realistic and more solid. A society would be better thriving off of…

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  • A House Cannot Be Built Without Bricks Analysis

    merely be a pile of bricks with no structure and meaning. Henri Poincare uses this house as a metaphor for science. He ultimately compares the building of a house to shaping a stream of theories and facts into logical text. The relationship between the parts and the bricks must be significant in completing the task. Without this relationship between the parts and the bricks,…

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  • The Dark Side Of Science Analysis

    In Heather E. Douglas’s essay “The Dark Side of Science”, she mentioned that scientists should be responsible for their discoveries that are used to the awful advantages that they could be used for. Scientist who makes these discoveries may know what they can endure. Scientist usually knows how there discovers will end up, but mostly they do not think of the reproductions that could happen if they ended up being used for the wrong intended purposes for that particular discovery. Douglas writes…

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  • The Importance Of Knowledge In The Field Of Science

    the arts and natural sciences. However, as humanity begins to think deeper to know more, more and more ethical concerns arise. The arts, for example, contribute to society by adding to the cultural symbols that make up a community. Sometimes, there may be artwork considered too vulgar or immoral for the public. In terms of natural sciences, researchers continue to release their discoveries about pressing diseases, medicine, and other topics. Nonetheless, there are areas of science where the…

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  • The Responsibility Of Scientists To Society

    What is Science? Science is an orderly and sensible methodology to finding how a thing in the world works. Although, individual’s beliefs can affect coming up with theories, Science is based on facts, not opinion or preferences. So who are scientists? Firstly, the primary part of a scientist is to make new revelations that will propel human learning by studying and observing the scientific method to collect evidence in an experiment related to their hypothesis, hoping that they will come up…

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  • Human Nature In Frankenstein

    Frankenstein- Human or Creature? Frequently, in books like Frankenstein, the goals of the writer are uncertain. It is clear in any case, that one of the numerous topics Mary Shelley presents is the mankind of Victor Frankenstein 's creation. Despite the fact that she displays proof that both doubt and obscure the creation 's humankind, it is apparent that this creature is by definition, a human. His humanity is depicted in his physical appearance, as well as in his mental and passionate…

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  • Gender Makes A Difference Essay

    Christina Sommers talks about how women are creating their ways to pull ahead in some companies but men are still doing the hard dangerous work. Likewise, in the second essay, Susan Jacoby discusses why girls more likely tend to dislike math and science although they make high grades on them. Both of these authors demonstrated that people are more concentrated on gender instead of the effort a hard worker puts into the work. In their essays, Sommers and Jacoby told about the existence…

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  • Areas Of Knowledge And The Transformation Of The World

    After having looked at the question by exploring the Natural Sciences and Religious Knowledge Systems, it was demonstrated that this assumption made in the knowledge question is not very accurate. Expressing the knowledge is just description however the application of that knowledge leads to transformation. The knowledge…

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  • The Role Of Society In Anthem, By Ayn Rand

    his society after suffering oppression at the hands of his totalitarian government, lives in a technologically primitive society that revolves around the idea that one should place others before themselves. Equality lives in an environment in which science cannot flourish. Anthem’s technologically primitive society implies that an oppressive, change-fearing, narrow-minded…

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  • Morality In Frankenstein

    Dr. Frankenstein’s obsession with proving his superior intelligence leads him to violate the laws of nature, and create the creature. When Dr. Frankenstein discovers the secret of life, he is delighted because he thinks he has become “greater than his nature will allow” (43); he enjoys having this “god like” ability. At first, he hesitates with his project of creating life, but he cannot control his desire for success so he begins to create a creature. He states, “I doubted at first whether I…

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