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Thomas Aquinas (Philosopher)

April 2, 2016 | Author: | Posted in philosophy, social sciences

THOMAS AQUINAS : PROVING GOD ‘S EXISTENCE 2007 The invisible things of Him are clearly seen , being understood by the things that are made ( HYPERLINK “http /www .newadvent .org /bible /rom001 .htm ” \l “20 ” Romans 1 :20 Theologian , philosopher , scholar : for many individuals , these terms would be …

The Epistemology of Hume and Kant

April 1, 2016 | Author: | Posted in philosophy, social sciences

The Epistemology of Hume and Kant The nature of knowledge according to David Hume According to David Hume , the perceptions of the mind can be divided into two classes that are distinguished by their different degrees of force and vivacity (Hume , 2 , 12 . These two classes Hume designates as Thoughts (or …

Philosophy and Science

April 1, 2016 | Author: | Posted in philosophy, social sciences

Philosophy and Science Philosophy , science , art and religion are all major achievements of the human mind . Like science , philosophy calls for careful reasoning and exact language . The nature of philosopher and science are somewhat similar in that they have both relied on logical thinking and a quest for deeper truths …

why abortion is immoral

April 1, 2016 | Author: | Posted in philosophy, social sciences

Why Abortion is Immoral A question of abortion is a controversial issue in ethics , philosophy and theology . During many years of discussions , society tries to solve the dilemma of abortion and its moral consequences for the society . The vast majority of studies explain the fact that women should have a right …

Philosophy of Time

April 1, 2016 | Author: | Posted in philosophy, social sciences

Aichelburg , . C (2005 , June 4 . On the evolution of the concept of time and its implication for modern cosmology . Science and Religion Global Perspectives This author examined quantum physics and the role time plays in this area of study . The author reviewed historical points of view as well as …

What is distinctive about Foucault`s conception of power? How does he use it to overturn older notions about the history of sexuality (e.g. the repressive hypothesis)?

April 1, 2016 | Author: | Posted in philosophy, social sciences

His views which are based on years of observations , permits clash to take place on anything . This may even the thought of broad group interests appears to be neglected . We as individuals then are left with a bit of power slightly than authority as components in fixed groups Revolution and Social Change …

Covering law model of explanation

April 1, 2016 | Author: | Posted in philosophy, social sciences

1 . What is the `covering law ‘ model of explanation Carl Hempel ‘s covering law ‘ model of explanation states essentially that an explanation for an event can be drawn from a set of general laws or , in the case of the social sciences , universal hypotheses . Hempel claims the study of …

philosophy

April 1, 2016 | Author: | Posted in philosophy, social sciences

Philosophy i Philosophy Philosophy 1 As one contemplates over the philosophies of William K . Clifford and William James , he will immediately tell the dissimilarity and contradictions between them . One talks about believing in the grounds of investigation and good evidence , while the other one states that believing should be influenced by …