It would be wrong to assume that Macbeth is indifferent to whether Fleance dies or not. When Macbeth learns that Banquo is travelling to attend a feast, he promptly asks him if Fleance will be accompanying him. Shortly afterwards, Macbeth sends his servant to summon two murderers whom he sets loose on the tail of Banquo and Fleance. This clearly shows that Macbeth wants Fleance dead too. Moreover, in Act 3 Scene 2, Macbeth makes several quotes that suggest that although Duncan has been killed,...
Developing a code of ethics is the most important thing a person can do. Such a code is necessary for humans because of our capacity to reason. Our ability to apply rational thought to the conduct of our lives is what makes mankind more than just an animal with an interesting thumb. These rational thoughts could very easily lead us to terrible acts, for what is in our best interest is often harmful to others. However there is another ability, peculiar to humans alone, that keeps most of us...
Ludwig Wittgenstein was born in Vienna on April 26, 1889. He was the baby of the eight siblings he first started school in Linz, Austria and then went to Berlin ,Germany. Ludwig left to go to England to study engineering at University of Manchester. There Ludwig worked both on practical and theoretical exercises, for an example he built a propeller and tested it this is where he gained the understanding of theoretical designs. Ludwig would later develop an interest in mathematics, which this...
Henotheistic and polytheistic religions may be described as the worlds most religiously tolerant faiths. At the 1893 Parliament of the Worlds Religions, Vivekananda emphasised that he was "proud to belong to a religion which had taught the world tolerance and universal acceptance." He continued by stating that Hindus "believe not only in universal tolerance, but... accept all religions as true." [] Ironically, tolerance does not equate with the concept of absolute...
Aristotle's Politics, what some scholars consider as his magnum opus, seeks to define the best and most just regime. Ultimately, Aristotle's definition of justice is revealed through his concept of the good life and the practice of living well. To accomplish this task, he discusses the role the citizen plays in a society. Aristotle then considers the varying modes of rule and the issue of slavery. Finally, he analyses each regime to discern its strengths and claims to power. Aristotle...
In today's world we cannot watch the news or read a newspaper without finding out about the war in the east or a murder in our own country. It seems that this world by time is becoming more a place of evil and despair. The problem of evil has become a serious problem in the world, which is also the one serious doubt to God's existance. In his summa theological, Thomas Aquinas could find only to objections regarding the existence of God, although he tried to come up with more. One of these...
"Suicide is defined as an intentional and uncovered self-killing in which the conditions causing are self-arranged." It is a conscious act that people choose to do to themselves. Yet it could be avoided by such simple means as by talking to someone and getting help. Suicide is a common cause of death among those who are extremely depressed and have illnesses that occur when the brain gets disrupted. -Approximately 500,000 people have had to seek emergency treatment for trying to kill...
As defined by the Oxford English Dictionary, an expert is "that of someone who is very knowledgeable about or skilful in a particular area", the word importance as "of having great significance and value" and opinions "as a view or judgement not necessarily based on fact or knowledge". The word expert comes from the adjective form of the word experience thus indicating that an expert is a person who has had experience. The importance of an expert's opinion when...
Many philosopher often belief it is why, how and for what purpose you approaches the things or findings through logic and methodologies formulate science [1]. Science as preceded by prefix natural, pseudo and social provides varieties for philosophical interest to grow so that one can find gap on these combination of science and its prefixes for seasoned philosophical inquiry and outcome. Apart from natural and pseudo science, social science distinctively refers to knowledge acquired through...
Globalization and digital means of communication has brought different ideas, groups or societies where they stop being different and become more similar. Thus the emerging knowledge and technology has raised ethical, legal and societal issues with it. All over the world there is right laws which is recognized, is being violated either by the name of economic advancement, political stability, religious causes, or for a personal greed or interest. Similarly every business has products or...