ANALYZING TECHNOLOGY

ANALYZING TECHNOLOGY

To analyze is to conduct conceptual investigation that characteristically, though not invariably, involve studies of the language, in which the concept in question is, or can be expressed. The ...

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MORALITY AND POLITICS

Everyone seems to know something about morality, and many claim to know quite a great deal about politics. Yet, there exist in most societies today a tangible gap between morality and the practice of ...

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SPORTS IN OUR SOCIETY

People around the world discusses, analyses, and argue about sports with family, friends, colleagues, acquaintances, and even strangers, on the street, at home, at work, in bar, on campuses, and on ...

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DECISION MAKING IN GOVERNANCE

DECISION MAKING IN GOVERNANCE

Government, no matter how we visualize it, government plays the role of a father in the sense that it ensures that all is well with the citizens who are in a sense, its political children. In ...

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CRITICISM

Criticism is not the same as condemnation as it is mostly conceived. It does not mean just negative appraisal, but rational, impartial and articulate appraisal whether positive or negative. The ...

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CONSISTENCY IN MORAL REASONING

We sometimes make judgements about one kind of case without thinking a great deal –or thinking at all –about what our judgements imply for similar kinds of cases not before us right now, or in ...

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MORAL EVALUATION

MORAL EVALUATION

Humans have always needed and wanted food, clothing, shelter, and sex, but often lack a concept of value or goodness by which to understand and think about such things or about the role such things ...

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DIALOGUE

Dialogue is a conversation between two or more people fundamentally, the process of reasoning to obtain truth and knowledge on any topic. Dialogues are conventional frameworks that make rational ...

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