VALUES IN SPORTS

Issues that are relevant to the well-being of sporting communities are moral issues in sports, three perspectives can be adopted on such issues: perspective of purpose or utility of actions, duty to ...

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CONCEPT OF FALLACY

At the simplest level, there are two kinds of argument: good arguments and bad arguments. A good argument is one that does what it is supposed to do. A bad argument is the one that does not. A good ...

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OUR INTERACTION WITH TECHNOLOGY

To talk of social aims is to talk of social relationship and mutual interaction. If technology has nothing to do with these, then it has become irrelevant to human beings. But we all know that ...

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WHAT SHOULD THE AGENCY RULE?

As rational beings, we should delve into circumstances to make them justifiable or commendable. Rationality attempts to use universal and objective principles in evaluating the deliberate acts of man ...

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ETHICS AND MORALITY

The word ‘morality’ and ‘ethics’ are synonymous but different. Some distinguished between the two, others use these terms interchangeably, and sometimes it is used narrowly to mean the moral ...

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WHO IS RIGHT?

A conceptual analysis of rights –agreeing with facts or truth, usually implies something about the necessary condition for any assertion. The goal for anyone who belief that reasons and experience ...

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DIFFERENTIATING CONCEPTS AND IDEAS

Concepts and ideas are often used interchangeably. The Oxford Advanced Dictionary describes a concept as an idea or a principle connected with something abstract, for example, the concept of social ...

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ISSUE OF PROOF

To proof is to give argument or sufficient evidence for the truth of a proposition. An understanding of the concept of evidence is vital for appreciating knowledge and justified belief. Evidence is ...

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