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    memory and also in the detection of hazards, the sense of smell became a necessity in the human struggle for survival. From the creation of synthetic fragrances to even the enhancing of our sense of taste, olfaction has even affected our culture. Our sense of smell has helped establish the human race into what it is today, but could it also be affecting us on a subconscious level? First we must understand how human olfaction is made possible. Our sense of smell is part of our chemosensory…

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    Animals Compared To Human

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    from humans. However, they both are in the animal kingdom, and even as mammals they share certain characteristics: they are vertebrates, endothermic, have body hair, and mammary glands. These characteristics are what relates animals to humans. Although, there are various aspects which distinguishes an animal from a human. Humans are self-conscious beings, who have emotions, language, a complex thought process, and philosophical thinking. These are the key distinctive qualities of being a human.…

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    A Human Experience Analysis

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    Part of your most recent plan was to be here now, you chose this human existence that you are currently experiencing, you pre- planned every detail of your life in order to gain the maximum learning and adventure, and you choose to exit when you have completed all the experiences you planned for yourself. The world away from this world (the universe) is not separate from us, it is not some far away mystery; it is a logical, functioning, populated, progressive, divine place! Much like here on…

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    Human Dignity Analysis

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    quality that enables them to serve as a basis of social norms and policies. Personally, referenced notions of dignity on the other hand, tend more towards the aesthetical. As such they are more subjective and contingent in nature. Most appeals of human dignity convey something both the moral and the aesthetical.…

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    Philosophy Of Being Human

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    A Philosophy of Being Human: Reflections of a Student Nurse The main purpose of this paper is to present the philosophy of man, that he is a social being with relation and association to nursing practice. This paper seeks to prove that man is, by nature, a society-inclined being. This paper will discuss points on what makes man a social being. It will also present philosophical theories related to the given argument and apply it to the nursing theory and practices. For Aristotle, "Man is…

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    continued evolution of the species. Aristotle would say humans are political animals. MacIntyre would say humans are storytelling animals. Noddings would say humans are caring animals. I would say humans are simply animals. Each of the aforementioned noted philosophers used notions present in their respective times, mechanics of their society, to lead to the specific conclusion. In order to identify the true conclusion as to what drives humans, I feel we need to disregard any observations that…

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    Primates Human Behavior

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    The study of primates is not as simple and straightforward as one might initially believe. Theirs’ is a complex world of interaction. In many ways highly similar to that of humans. This intricacy has led to the need for scientists to redefine what being human truly means. For upon studying primates a social milieu was revealed. Primates were seen expressing themselves through different behaviors. In addition, their societies are intricately organized and they form enduring relationships. These…

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    made. It parallels with the second-order ethical claims regarding morality. Occasional people say something along the lines of, “I did not mean too. It is just part of human nature.” Studying the philosophy of human nature gives us the opportunity to question if something is really part of human nature. Is selfishness just part of human nature? Are they biologically wired to be selfish or are their certain factors that cause selfishness? Studying the nature of mankind gives us a starting point…

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    Is Human Cloning Wrong

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    Human cloning for reproductive and therapeutic methods is a controversial subject and in using and looking the issue of human cloning from the perspective of consequentialism theory, I believe that using the perspective of consequentialism theory will result in human cloning not being morally wrong. One reason using consequentialist theory that human cloning is not wrong is that parental demands of children would not change because the child is a clone, parental demands vary from parent to…

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    On the other hand, God promoted animal sacrifice throughout the Old Testament, but He condemned applying this same practice to humans. For instance, the Lord commanded the Israelites, ‘“There shall not be found among you anyone who makes his son or his daughter pass through the fire …”’ (Deuteronomy 18:10). This leads us to believe God placed a higher value on human life, and today people still maintain this same conviction. This explains the death penalty for murder and non-existent…

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