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Carl Rogers was born on January 8 1902 in Chicago, Illinois and was the fourth of six children. His father was a successful civil engineer and as such was often away from home, leaving his mother to raise them and so he grew up closer to his mother than to his father. His family was very close, however, and highly religious but friendship outside the family was discouraged; reason being that others behaved in ways that were inappropriate and contrary to the family's beliefs. These included...
Embryonic stem cells hold a unique self-renewal ability and developmental possibility to differentiate into any cell type of an organism. Since the introduction of stem cell research, ethical issues have hindered advancement in stem cell research. Ethical issues rose mainly due to the derivation of human embryonic stem cells from surplus in vitro fertilised blastocysts and strong opposing religious views. The key argument focus's on the value of human life at its commencement. Critics who argue...
Whether or not we can make absolute distinctions between what is true and false depends greatly upon the term absolute. An absolute, is a claim of truth that is true for every possible circumstance. Truth is what corresponds to reality, and when something is false it is not in accordance with the fact, reality, or actuality. But what would actually determine a distinction between them? At times there are distinctions between true and false, at times not. In some areas there are often...
Just imagine for one second a world without any laws. Whether society could have been existed without law? Words like slavery, domination by the strongest over the weak and all the types of violations of the human rights would have been used in that imagination world. It would have been a chaos. If we want to live peacefully in a particular society we have an obligation to obey the laws. The obligation to obey the laws implies that the reason to do what is required by law is the very fact that...
The words 'what is true and what is false' actually refer to the 'truth'. So the claim, that is "there are no absolute distinctions between the truths" mean people create distinctions out of their minds and then believe them to be true. I have some experiences that can be the real life situations related to the truth. For example, in the hostel, my friend just asked me if he could have biscuit. I stated that I did not have any biscuit. He wanted and checked the biscuit jar to see for...
Capital punishment is a highly controversial moral issue in the United States and although not all states perform executions, the practice is currently legal under United States law. There is still much debate as to whether capital punishment should be practiced, with many arguments in favor of the law and others in great opposition of it. For years moral philosophers have discussed capital punishment and are either known for endorsing it or speaking out against the issue. Arguments for and...
"WALL STREET" is an American movie directed by Oliver Stone. It Street takes us to the front lines of an industry that has recently undergone a decline in values and ethics that once were the cornerstone of American business. The movie deals with many ethical issues. The movie portrays two characters in particular; one is Gordon Gekko, a wealthy unscrupulous corporate player, played by Michael Douglas and Bud Fox, a young and dynamic stock broker, played by Charlie Sheen. The main...
I chose this topic because I am very concerned with life in this era. Many people underestimate the value of behaviour. They are only busy with daily activities. In fact, the behaviour is the most important thing in life, because without the behaviour, we are nothing. Although we have a high value on something, but bad behaviour, we are nothing in public. A good person is someone who displays love, joy, peace, kindness, goodness, humility, patience and who is faithful and endures all things. It...
The first one is "our basic awareness of the self". In the story, the man named James Hartley in jail had lost his past memories. In fact, with the same physical body which is the guy in the cell from the past named Axe Fiend murdered his family during the night when they are still sleeping and later sentenced to death penalty. Therefore, "The Self and Substance Dualism" article indicates that through self-awareness, experiences are sensed by only one owner that is 'I'....
The subject of the article is the natural law. The term used to describe the experience many people have when they maintain their presence. It is well known fact that the natural law is theory depicted by the existence of law whose substances are set by nature and has validity in every corner of the world. Now, the natural law is complex phenomenon but I am going to focus on basic ideas. First of all, we will consider the meaning, emergence, the origin of the natural law. Secondly, I will...