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, ...

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HOW TO DERIVE A GOOD CONCLUSION

‘All cats are black, so this cat is black’ represents an inference, though ‘inference’ can refer to the conclusion, ‘This cat is black’, as well as to the process. If all cats are black ...

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POLITICAL AND SOCIAL PHENOMENA OF OUR TIME

Democracy, and cyber-technology which has become the political, and social phenomena of our time, where Internet is alleged to provide greater “openness”, “empowerment”, “choice”, and ...

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EFFECTS OF MULTINATIONAL CORPORATIONS ON LOCAL INDUSTRY

Within business circle, there seems to be much enthusiasm about globalization as it is believed to facilitate economic growth, global welfare, democracy and global peace. This process is subject to ...

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THE NATURE OF DEFINITIONS

A definition calls attention to the fact that the (complex) concept expressed by the definiens plays an important role in the discourse in which the definendum is used. For instance, agreeing to mean ...

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CONFUSION OF NECESSARY AND SUFFICIENT CONDITIONS IN REASONING

Conditional claims are sometimes spelled out in terms of necessary and sufficient conditions. For example: electricity supply is a necessary condition for technological development. This tell us that ...

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RECENT FRIENDSHIP AND COMMUNITY

Social networking sites (SNSs) such as Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram have gone from being driven by special interest group of becoming basic social necessities of everyday life. ‘If you do ...

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KNOWING FOR CERTAIN

Considering certainty, it would be useful to distinguish it from another notion –that of infallibility. Although neither concept has been employed in a universally accepted way, generated it has ...

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THE QUESTIONS OF SOVEREIGNTY

Sovereignty is the attribute by which a person or institution exercises ultimate authority over every other person or institution on its domain. Traditionally, the existence of a final arbiter or ...

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