ASCRIBING MORAL RESPONSIBILITY

Among things we call moral are theories, arguments, outlooks, rules, reasons, virtues, people, action, intentions, and perhaps desire and feelings. There is an important ambiguity between ‘moral’ ...

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WHAT IS REAL?

In everyday life, we assume many things which on a closer scrutiny are found to be a full of appearance, contradictions that only a great amount of thought enables us to know what it is that we ...

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HOW CAN WE UNDERSTAND TRUTH

The belief that blood is red owes its truth to a certain feature of the world: namely, to the fact that blood is red. Similarly, the belief that dogs bark. This is a sort of trivial observation about ...

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PERSUASION IN EVERYDAY LIFE

Rhetoric is the art of using language so as to persuade or influence others, especially in business and politics. And it is apparently opposed to the idea of exact pursue of truth. If the people ...

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PRACTICAL ISSUES IN CYBER-TECHNOLOGY

The Internet and privately owned computer networks, such as wide area networks (WANs) and local area networks (LANs), are perhaps the most common and well-known examples of cyber-technology. However, ...

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THE PREVALENCE OF AMBIGUITY

Ambiguity is important and it is worth examining, what the phenomenon is and how it differs and relates to similar phenomena such as indexicality, polysemy, vagueness, and especially sense ...

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WHAT ARE PROFESSIONS?

A profession may be defined as an occupation that requires an extensive and through process of training designed to equip its practitioners with the level of knowledge and skills required to provide ...

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PROBING THE CONCEPT OF POLITICAL POWER

It is sometimes difficult to make a distinction between power in terms of authority and power in terms of coercion because the senses are interconnected. Authority is a type of power that citizens ...

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