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    determinism, whereby it was said scientific accounts were incomplete until the described phenomenon could be represented as a deterministic process. However, determinism was eventually discarded due to the “resolute acceptance of an irreducible indeterminism in nature” resulting from the new developments of quantum mechanics in the early 20th century. In its place came the “Common Cause Principle”, but this was soon too rejected due to its apparent incongruity with new quantum developments. And…

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    Claude Bernard is recognized as an active participant of the laboratory revolution, having discovered the milieu intérieur, or what we today refer to as homeostasis, and is also renowned for his reductionist approach to medicine and its most efficient evidence. His famous book, An Introduction to the Study of Experimental Medicine, immediately makes evident, through its title, that he emphasizes the importance of experience as a method of gathering information. Consequently, the short excerpt…

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    Freedom and determinism is a philosophical puzzle that attempts to further define other topics, such as the essence of a person and constitutes as a response to the problem of evil. Freedom and determinism goes beyond the abstract realm of philosophy, but bears on practical and political questions as well, such as if people are actually responsible for criminal actions or not. There are four principles of freedom and determinism: The principle of universal causation (PUC) Every event has a cause…

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    Determinism vs free will is an idea that will be able to have a choice on how we act and assume. Free will and determinism is a different thing, there are a lot of people that can say about this it that they feel is wrong and right. There are a lot of things wrong with this topic. Determinism is the philosophical position that is for an event that is exist of conditions that would cause no more event. Determinism is the most general idea that all event is without an exception. They are having…

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    Putting Maslow's Theory

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    Implications of the theory To the individual Putting Maslow’s theory in mind, an individual first of all recognizes that he has needs which starts with his continued existence upon which all other needs are based. This consciousness motivates the individual to provide for his ‘basic’ needs so as to continue to stay alive. Man is at first an individual before he is an employee. Even as an employee, he begins to understand what is expected of him. It comes to his awareness that at the beginning of…

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    “Our codes of ethics, for example, assume that we can freely choose between right and wrong.” (CAVE, S. 2016), This shows as an example of how ethics and choice are completely apparent within indeterminism, free will, or libertarianism. The significant role of free will is the responsibility that follows suit, if all actions were predetermined then morality would either not exist or be defined differently than people understood. Morality has room…

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