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As a branch or subfield of philosophy, comparative philosophy is quite young and is still in its early stage of development. Its aim is to work on problems and compare various philosophies by taking into account all sources regardless of culture, language or philosophical stream.
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This is evident in how well designed programs in the arts have boosted academic achievement and nurtured the development of well-rounded students and the community within. Playwright, Wendy Wasserstein stated "The arts reflect profoundly the most democratic credo, the belief in an individual vi
In their book "The Language of Life," George and Muriel Beadle, in the closing chapters, pondered the question: at what point in the biochemical evolution from chemical substances to living things do we break the chain and declare the boundary between the non-living and the living state? T
Recently, in reading the book; "This is Your Brain On Music," by Daniel J. Levin, the author was discussing how humans commit things to memory based on their perceptions of the world from their many observations and experiences. In putting forth his well-founded argument on page; 141 where
The Debate rages on in Think Tanks across the country, as one group cuts another research facilities studies to the core and vise versa. How can anyone agree as science is at odds over their findings, funding and results? Well as the operator of a Non-Partisan Think Tank you can imagine the accusati
Have you ever noticed that one University Report conflicts or is diametrically opposed to another University Research Paper? You would think that if both groups are using scientific method that they would indeed come to the same conclusions right? Well you would think, but they never do.
The modern society offers more freedom than any other civilization before our time. But in contrast, what we can do with our lives demands more devotion and time. And although society grants us a vast variety of choices, in a more philosophical stand-point, we can ask can freedom exist in a society,
Mankind is a funny animal, existing in chaos, yet seeking orderly-ness rather than embracing what is. It is the age-old argument of Good, evil, heaven and hell, interesting man made ideas; how about randomness vs. simplicity; randomness vs. orderly-ness; now then which would be best?
Philosophical analysis of the meeting between Alice and Humpty Dumpty in Ch. 6 of 'Through the Looking Glass'