VOTING ATTITUDES IN RECENT DEMOCRACY
As we citizens has civic to vote, should voting be compulsory? We can argue to make voting compulsory in order to increase turn-out. We can also argue that making voting compulsory will be a violation of citizens’ liberty. Other argument against making voting compulsory is that it will corrupt the
CAN LOVE INFLUENCE OUR JUDGEMENT?
The most prominent reasons for love would seem to be properties or qualities of the beloved, such as beauty, wit, or kindness. Among many problems with this proposal, three have attracted especially close attention. First, some find the proposal fetishistic, or at least misdirected. It appears to represent Love as
BUSINESS SALES PERSPECTIVES
Many salespeople take complying with the law to be the only acceptable standard for their conduct and claim that they have no moral duty to provide buyers with information about the goods they sell, except for that information which the law requires for an enforceable sale. A perspective says that
ISSUE OF CONSTRAINT AND AUTONOMY
Freedom is construe as the absence of any constraint which is either imposed by the state or by other individual or citizens in the society. Freedom or liberty like other concepts is an essentially contested concept and the definition of it by anyone will depend on his/her ideological persuasion, but
INTENTIONS AND PRESUPPOSITIONS OF CONVERSATIONS
While it is widely agreed that the meaning of a sentence, phrase, or word must have something to do with the way that the expression is used by speaker of the language, it is not at all obvious how to move from that vague idea to a precise answer to
INVESTIGATING BODILY RESPONSES AND FEELINGS
Emotion indicates a states of kind of arousal, a state that can prompt some activities and interfere with others. These states are associated with characteristics bodily expressions such as love, grief, anger, joy, fear. Unlike mood, they have objects: one grieves over some particular thing, or is angry at something.