HOW CAN SPORTS BE DEFINED?

Jogging, double-dutch, weight-lifting, hunting, scuba diving, darts, auto racing, chess, pokers, skateboarding, and so on. Should these be refer to as sports? Some refers to sports as physical ...

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BUSINESS AND ITS NATURAL ENVIRONMENT

To what extent can we say that, within the detailed reflection on the human situation and the problems generated by human situation and the problems generated by human existence and essence? This is ...

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HOW TO UNDERSTAND MORAL DILEMMA

Many moral dilemma arise from conflicting or unclear moral values. To understand moral dilemma, let alone to have any hope of making any progress on them, we therefore need to begin by looking at ...

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THE ISSUE OF PERCEPTION

On the issue of perception, the question to begin with is how do we know things around us? A simple answer to that we know the world around us through the use of our senses. I know, for instance that ...

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VAGUENESS IN LANGUAGE

Many sentences are relatively vague; others are relatively precise. A term that is perfectly precise would generate no borderline cases, and although this is often presented as a theoretical idea. It ...

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DIFFERENTIATING THINKING AND REASONING

Thinking and reasoning are often used interchangeably, although reasoning is a kind of thinking, not all thinking is reasoning. Reasoning is the activity of presenting reasons in support of a claim ...

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ARE SPORTS FUNNY?

The following are the main of humorous situations: Any breach of the usual order of events, as wearing an unusual costume. Any breach of usual order of events that is also felt to break a rule, ...

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COMPONENTS OF THE IDEA OF STATE

There is much overlap between the definitions and broad agreement on the main features which a political organization must exhibit in order to belong to the class of a ‘state’: There is a ...

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TECHNOLOGY: THE DIVISION BETWEEN CULTURE AND NATURE

It is often thought that a culture can be defined and assessed by how successful that culture is at controlling nature through technology. Culture is thus opposed to nature, and technology is the ...

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