NEED TO CLARIFY POLITICAL CONCEPTS

A concept is a reflection of concrete objects and their properties using  forms of sensory, cognition-sensation, perception and representation.  Concepts and idea to be wider than concepts. ...

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PERCEPTION AND REALITY IN MORAL VALUES

Sometimes a disagreement in attitude results from a disagreement about the fact of the case, and the conflict might disappear if an agreement on the facts is reached. At times, however,  two people ...

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AVOIDING DOGMATISM

If you already know the answer to an issue, there’s  no need to think about it. If you need to argue for your position, you admit that it needs depending, which is to say that people can ...

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MANIPULATION OF WORDS AND EXPRESSIONS

The emotive meaning of a word or expression  is the private, subjective connotation  or denotation of the word or expression. It is the attitude or other emotional state that is conventionally ...

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CONDITIONS FOR AUTONOMOUS MACHINES

Some questions that arise in connection with Autonomous Machines (AMs) are philosophical. These include questions about agency (and moral agancy), in connection with concerns about whether AMs can be ...

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PLACE OF MARKET IN SOCIAL RELATION

The concept of “exchange” is at the core of the concept of markets. Markets are systems of exchange in which people with money or commodities to voluntarily trade these for other items which they ...

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IDEOLOGIES IN SPORTS

We are not born with ideologies, we learn them as we interact with others and accept ideas and beleifs  that are generally taken for granted in our culture. Most ideologies  serves, the interests ...

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WHAT MAKES AN OBLIGATION

Can an action that is required of one be referred to as obligation or duty? If Saeed ought to ‘X’ does not imply being already has a motive to ‘X’? i.e can he coherently say, ‘I acknowledge ...

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PROS AND CONS OF BIOTECHNOLOGY

Biotechnology aimed at introducing any alteration of genetic material (DNA or RNA) of an organism through mating or recombination. This genetic modification contributes to important societal value ...

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HOW WE SAY, WHAT WE SAY.

What we have to say may be important, but the words we choose to say it can be equally important. Words have tremendous persuasive power or power to express and elicit images, feelings and emotional ...

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