In that case, we obviously need human interference because the camera wouldn't have come into being by accident. The lens fits the body perfectly, the way the shutter opens for exactly the length of time to generate a detailed view for humans to look in to see the image they recorded. Briefly, the camera shows a clearly identifiable signs of design, and what is more than that, designs for human to use. For several people, exactly the same case related to the world. It is obviously designed, so...
In my opinion, Stelios still remains as the same person he was before he used the teletransporter trip.This is because based on the passage, where it states that 'Stellos does not feel dead even though he has taken the teletransporter trip many times' shows that Stellos' mind is conscious that of his experiences of the past and present. Based on this research article on Quantum Teleportation by IBM Corporation, scientists were known to have compared teleportation to facsimile transmission. For...
Human rights refer to those rights and freedoms to which all humans around the world are entitled. No human being on earth can be denied these rights. Humans are entitled to these rights merely because of the fact that they are humans. Human rights concept has emerged after the Second World War and the holocaust. The United Nations Assembly in 1948 released the "Universal Declaration on Human Rights".UNITED NATIONS AND HUMAN RIGHTSThe U.N. comments on Human Rights stating that they...
Punishment is the universal response to crime and deviance in all societies. As an institution, it is so deeply rooted in history that it is difficult to imagine a society without it. We have grown up with it, and it seems natural and inevitable to us. It is the deliberate infliction of harm in response to wrongdoing. The harm inflicted during punishment includes the deprivation of life, liberty or property, or the infliction of personal pain. It is surrounded with philosophical issues such...
This is a famous quote and it is really significant in our world and in our lives in the recent time. First of all we need to look at the two most important words 'see' and 'understand' in the quote. 'See' corresponds to "perceive with eyes" [] while 'understand' corresponds to "perceive the meaning of something". [] As we can see according to these definitions we can only reach complete knowledge if we not only see things but we need to understand them...
In the poem "The Lesson of The Moth", Don Marquis tells a story of a moth, an insect that have a strange habit of being attracted to the bright light. The story is being told by a fictional cockroach named Archy who is reincarnated author. The cockroach finds the moth trying to break into a light bulb to get the light inside; when he asks why he is doing this, the moth gives an incredibly profound statement: "It is better to be a part of beauty for one instant and then cease to...
In different cultures the relationship between nature and man can be very different. Environmental laws in a country can show us how that particular country values nature and whether this valuation of nature through laws affects how nature is protected and if this protection works. This raises the question of whether environmental protection would be improved by placing different values on it. Carson [] discussed the ecological and environmental dangers caused by pesticides and...
Does the 'rhetoric of economics' project demonstrate that economists, not philosophers of science, are the appropriate judges of economic theory? Introduction Knowledge at its finest, no matter how esoteric and arcane, should serve its ultimate purpose-to elucidate and to bridge the gap between theory and the practical application of that knowledge for the welfare of the common people. Knowledge should be pervasive enough for everybody's benefit. Yet reality is sometimes far from the ideal...
Since his/its formulation of Bentham and Mill, the utilitarianism was exposed to numerous criticism-points. So Mill fought against the reproach already in "Utilitarianism", the utilitarianism is "only worthy of a doctrine a swine", ("only a pig worthy") since she/it is based on a desire-concept. Unclear use of the word "Benefit" [processing] Already John Stuart Mill saw, the utilitarianism is cold-hearted and materialistic one, that the expression could...
Stelios is still the same person. This is because Stelios remains conscious about his identity. He knows who he is after he takes the teletransporter. He does not become to another person. If the claimant said is the truth, the person that appears at the Mars is the clone and the original self had been killed. I think the new self will be happy for that because he finally got the chance to reborn. He will not make a lawsuit to Stelioos because he has no reason for doing it. Soul. This is...