RELIGION SENTIMENT

The belief that what is right and wrong is whatever one’s religion deems. In our contemporary, there is something of a fight back on belief of religious experience, with some arguing that all experience is theory-laden, in which case the report of a religion content to experience might be as

THE IDEA OF JUSTICE

The idea of justice is of cardinal importance to good governance. Justice has something to do with punishments and rewards, and something to do with equality, thus should be conceive as a matter of whether each individual person being treated in the right way, and there must be consistency in

MORAL RELATIVISM: THE PARADOX OF TOLERANCE

The view that the truth of moral claims is relative to the culture or way of life of those who hold them. It thus generalizes to all of morality what may reasonably be suppose true of matter of etiquette, summed up in the tag ‘when in Rome, do as Romans

PRICE AND PROFIT: INVESTIGATING THE CONUNDRUM

It appears reasonable to define profit as what is left-over after all tangible, specifiable and quantifiable costs have been paid. Hence, it is considered to be the reward for tangible factors that are crucial to business. These would include risk, entrepreneurial creativity, initiative and the deferment of the use of

RESPONSIBILITY OF TECHNOLOGY

The final goal of our use of things is for full or ultimate being:  such being requires no techniques or nor is that goal assured by the grandeur of science. The ultimacy of being is not a technological of ultimacy but a human ultimacy. Because all agree that the techne

CONCEPT OF EXPLANATION

The purpose of an argument is to help the questioner who doesn’t understand something. Thus, the concept of explanation, like that of argument, is based on dialogue in the sense that it involves a conversational exchange between two participants. In the case of the offering of an explanation by a