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  • Abortion Deals With A Woman's Private Life
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    Pro-choice does not mean Pro-abortion, it is the right in choosing whether to reproduce, adopt, or abort. It is every human being's right to make their own decisions, and so it is a woman's right to make the choices that affect her life as she see's morally right. It is a woman's right to choose what she does with her body and it should not be altered or influenced by anyone else. Abortion is not murder because it is not taking the life of an actual human being an actual human being. Asking a wo...
  • Gulliver
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    The Evolution of Gulliver In Jonathan Swift's Gulliver's Travels, the main character, Gulliver, embarks on numerous journeys bringing him to strange lands and affecting his views of the world around him. His response to each voyage differ as do his ideas and reactions to the environment in which he is residing. Gulliver begins his expeditions with a very social and open behavior while possessing a general acceptance of any newly encountered beings. But by the end of the fourth voyage, Gulliver l...
  • State Of Chaos
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    Society and Chaos When William Butler Yeats wrote", I don't care how orderly the rotation of the planets and the sun may be, I am beginning to think that ultimately everything tends toward chaos". , he was way ahead of his time in predicting the ultimate outcome of society as a whole. The entire world population is, in my opinion, inevitably drifting toward chaos. Although this state of confusion and disorder is not going to happen any time soon, it is bound to happen based on what humanity has ...
  • Extraordinary Story About An Extraordinary Robot
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    THE POSITRON IC MAN An extraordinary story about an extraordinary robot. In the twenty-first century the creation of the positron ic brain leads to the development of robot labourers and revolutionists life on Earth. However, to the Martin family, their household robot NDR-113 is more than a tool, it is a trusted friend, a confidant, and a member of the family. Through some unknown manufacturing glitch, NDR-113 or known as Andrew has been blessed, with a capacity for love and a drive toward self...
  • Existence Of The Human Being
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    Existentialism is the title of the set of philosophical ideals that emphasizes the existence of the human being, the lack of meaning and purpose in life, and the solitude of human existence. Existentialism maintains existence precedes essence: This implies that the human being has no essence, no essential self, and is no more that what he is. He is only the sum of life is so far he has created and achieved for himself. Existentialism acquires its name from insisting that existence precedes essen...
  • Happy Life For Human Beings
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    Aristotle's view By: Patty Smith E-mail: Smith Aristotle's view Essay submitted by Patty Smith Is life really about the 'money', the 'cash', the 'hoes', who has the biggest gold chain or who drives the shiniest or fastest car, who sells the most albums or who has the most respect? Aristotle challenges views, which are similar to the ones held and shown by rap artists such as Jay-Z and the Notorious B.I.G., by observing that everything in the universe, including humans, has a telos, or goal in li...
  • Beginning Trout
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    BREAKFAST OF CHAMPIONS- KURT VONNEGUT In Brandon Boyd's 'Make Yourself'; he states that ' if [he] hadn't assembled [himself] that [he] would " ve fallen apart,' ; implying that if one does not take the time to understand and build his or her own values and morals that one will live in confusion and falter. Throughout Vonnegut's Breakfast of Champions, Kilgore Trout goes through the process of realizing who he is and then learns to remain true to himself. At first Trout is a pessimist who strives...
  • Several Theories Of Attraction
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    Toul min Analysis of "Attraction" In "The Mystery of Attraction", Harville Hendrix claims that attraction between human beings is based on a number of factors that ultimately leave human beings baffled on exactly how humans experience such intense emotions as seen in romantic love and why so many couples tend to have complementary characteristics. He supports this claim by explaining several theories of attraction. His biological theory of courtship states that "we instinctively select mates who...
  • Non Human By A Robot
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    Sam Vaknin's Psychology, Philosophy, Economics and Foreign Affairs Web Sites Sigmund Freud said that we have an uncanny reaction to the inanimate. This is probably because we know that - despite pretensions and layers of philosophizing - we are nothing but recursive, self aware, introspective, conscious machines. Special machines, no doubt, but machines althesame. The series of James bond movies constitutes a decades-spanning gallery of human paranoia. Villains change: communists, neo-nazis, med...
  • Practice Humanism
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    Humanism Encarta Dictionary says that Humanism is a system of thought that centers on human beings and their values, capacities and worth. Encarta also goes on the say that, in philosophy, humanism is an attitude that emphasizes the dignity and worth of an individual. A basic premise of humanism is that people are rational beings who possess within themselves the capacity for truth and goodness. I see myself as a being a humanist through everyday life. I always try to see the good in a person wh...
  • Fetus As An Innocent Human Being
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    Abortion is one of the most controversial issues today. It has become a question of not only ethics, but morals. In the 1973 case of Roe vs. Wade the Supreme Court ruled that a woman has the right to terminate a pregnancy by abortion within the first six months of the pregnancy. However, conservative Presidents have changed the legislation enough to allow states to restrict abortion in various ways (Practical Ethics, Peter Singer). In the following paper, I will summarize the views on abortion o...
  • Nature Of Human Beings
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    Early Human Society Between the years of 1500 and 1789, was a period of growing societies, government, culture, and the values of human beings. Many great English philosophers during this time such as John Locke, Jean-Jacques Rousseau, and Thomas Hobbes wrote and collected their ideas that depict the nature of human beings and how they come together to form a society in which governments are instituted. During this time, these philosophers laid down their ideas in Leviathan, Two Treatises on Civ...
  • Philosophical And Human Question
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    Martin Heidegger Philosophy A major influence in the areas of phenomenology and ontology: they are the study of human behavior. Background Born Sept. 22nd 1889 Born in Messkirch Baden Died on May 26th 1976 in birth place Central figures in the existentialist movement He study Roman Catholic theology and philosophy at the university of Freiburg Past influences Student of Edmund Husserl. (The founder of Phenomenology) Also by pre-Socratic's, and by the Danish philosopher Soren Kierkegaard and by t...
  • Economic And Social Classes
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    All Men are equal In the past, in the present and in the future, this problem has and will trouble all human beings, but why Don t we know that we are all made of the same substance That a skin color or a physical incapacity makes no difference to us That by thinking or being told by other that we are descendants of a god makes us superior than others All through history, we have been trying to find something that make us better than others. Inequalities between us surged because of this reason....
  • Every Human Being Needs
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    Since the beginning of Human existence, mankind has needed to conform or adapt to its environment, especially in order to survive. "For almost a million years, people have successfully adapted to a variety of terrestrial environments". (Spratly / McCurdy 7) Even today, human beings still divide, associate, and form groups of individuals that share a common interest. In today's society, we call that group of individuals who are the mass, the majority. This majority is what we call the "status quo...
  • Nature And Other Human Beings
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    In Estranged Labour, Karl Marx sets fourth his conception of human nature as a species being. According to Marx, human beings are universal beings because of their ability to live in any environment by changing and preparing their surroundings. Marx differentiates human beings from animals in that animals produce only when doing so is necessary to their survival. Moreover, they produce only in ways that are fixed by their nature. However, human beings can produce many kinds of goods and in many ...
  • Killing Of Innocent Human Beings
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    The beliefs and views of modern society are hypocritical and unjust. By the time an individual matures from a young child to an adult, they have been taught an uncountable number of life lessons. One of the outstanding lessons that each and every person has learned is that killing another human being is wrong. This is perhaps the first recognizable lesson on the value of human life. Most children know that killing is against the law and learn religiously that it goes against all religious morals...

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