Monday, December 16, 2013
Monday, November 25, 2013
The Sense of Self-Entitlement
Quick atonement through benign and minute actionAlright, for the word "atonement" i'm going to apply a bit of a newer and less antiquated context (yes oh "god" I am altering syntax!) in which the word is typically used in as to cohere my antecedent writing. Instead of it being used to make amends for in a religious setting, it's going to be used (for all intensive purposes) in a secular recursion. So if one human, for example, were too make a mistake (in any degree of fault) in any setting, correcting that mistake would be done through either hard manual labor or relentless and authentic actions, not measly and non-troublesome praying as to acquire the deluded "OK" from a divine being. A considerable amount of humans have the fallacy of being to quick and insincere at forgiving their prior actions, and believe that consequences are non-existent when you have an invisible and intangible entity on your side. This is simply not the case.
This is a fairly popular portrayal of atonement. Behind the two strolling soldiers is a contrasting view of grassland and a snowy mountainous edifice, representing the uncertainty that society detracts from individuals who atone on a personal account of their actions. Those soldiers are past Nazi soldiers, religious I might add. After committing atrocities that have been labeled as the most gruesome and most inhumane scenes known to mankind, they were quick to atone for their actions, represented by the calm and almost ubiquitously innocent sea.
Delusively complacent with lifeTypical of humans of little monetary and incredulous aspirations, being complacent, or content with life but having no or little actual reason to be (typically non-contributing members of society), is a hindering aspect of society and has no real place for alignment. This a basic facet of the contemporary Obamacare, even though politicians who are sided with it would say otherwise. A very controversial matter, Obama's health care plan entails the inclusion of poorer members of society and allowing them to allude healthcare despite not having actual insurance, all at the expense of the people. Not don't get me wrong, I am not against the Unitarian-based social decree, by all means go for it, I am against however allowing individuals who have no legitimate liability or reason for not being able to afford insurance to be given access to virtually free means of acquiring sometimes unnecessary attention at the "owners expense". Now for people who need necessary medical attention such as a gun wound and are physically able to fend for themselves, why not make them attribute to society by making them volunteer or actually service the community after healing? We complain of a lack of communal exercise being displayed as a benefactor, yet we allow over indulged people who don't contribute their almost innate duty of giving when being given to to run astray. Now deviating from this tangent and going back to the underlying causation, summarizing this, a major demeaning fallacy of human beings are either people who are delusively complacent with life or allowing and even rewarding people of this nature.
Saturday, October 5, 2017
Why Dissertation Writing Services So Popular Nowadays
A person without a goal in life is no better than a man who is locked up in solitary confinement in a supermax prison. The two contribute very little to the betterment of their individual lives. In fact, life loses its meaning the moment that you do not have any goals that you are living to achieve. In college, a student needs to have goals or objectives that he or she wants to accomplish by the culmination of his or her course of a college education. It would do you good if your goals reinforce your education, for example, you could have a dream of writing the best dissertation that can be used as a future reference material by other scholars when they want to advance your research. The only way to achieve this is to resort to using online experts for consultation during the entire process of your dissertation wring. There are so many trustful dissertation services that are available online.
The services have become so popular since most students can access the internet. Most students also want to find extra time to work on their own errands. The goal is also to get the best grades attainable, and this can be easily achieved if one has an expert in their corner. All in all, having a goal will help you to have something to work towards. It will help you focus your attention on achieving something that will make you a better student. Look at what your target to get out of college. Make this your goal and put in all you got into attaining this. If you do this, you’ll not only have added value to your college life, but also you’ll be laying a groundwork upon which your success in college will be built.
Saturday, October 5, 2013
NatureA prominent philosopher named Jean-Jacques Rousseau (1712-1778) wrote "So many authors have hastily concluded that man is naturally cruel, and requires a regular system of police to be reclaimed; whereas nothing can be more gentle than him in his primitive state, when placed by nature at an equal distance from the stupidity of brutes and the pernicious good sense of civilized man..." This, as you can see, really redefines the notion of human "servitude" to the whims (these not always being the most viable) of societal fixations. This Blank State refers to the premise that the brain is born with the blankness of a white piece of paper with the presumed ability to reform and contuse to the appropriate "figure", whatever that may be. It is the very underlying of the statement that the body and mind are separable entities that don't affect each other in the way that many people perceive them to. Remember that time during the seventh grade in which you were bullied profusely? Well theoretically that one continued action gave forth a section of your behavior that generally perpetuates anger and contempt for the public. Or remember that time when your mother and/or father routinely chastised you for your fallacies? Well that eventually led to your insecurity and humble satire. Of course this is now new thing under the sun, this has been foreshadowed and contemplated numerous times and it runs contingent to common sense. Extremists of these notions of nature being the main player (and sometimes the only player in their minds) of human development are called "tertiary environmentalists". Now evading this tangent, we can conclusively insinuate that the role of nature in our more personal attributions is heavy-weighted, but does it play the role that genetics play? Do we see a fine and transparent line in between nature or nurture, or is the gap exceedingly large, to the point where one completely out "maneuvers" the other? This is an interesting topic to discuss in a group and one the requires critical thinking to an extent.
Sunday, September 1, 2013
Wednesday, June 12, 2013
We may have trouble defining intelligence, but we recognize it when we see it, do we not? Perhaps a thought experiment can clarify this notion. Just close your eyes and imagine there was an alien being who in every way looked different from us. What would it have to do to make us think that it had intellectual capabilities? Well for starters they would have to have intelligent but impenetrable responses to situations. You have to able to observe the alien's behavior and say, "I don't understand the rules by which the alien is making its decisions, but the alien is acting rationally by some set of rules." .... The second requirement is that they have to care about something, have a tangible cause that persists in being the reason for change in thought. They have to want something and pursue it in the face of obstacles.
Most of us can undoubtabley agree that to make decisions "rationally," by some set of rules, means to base the decisions on some grounds of "truth": correspondence to reality or soundness of inference. We don't see to often a fully-functional adult trying to jump off skyscrapers in order to lose weight now do we? Most of our daily lives entail decisions that can be broken down into a goal and rational steps to obtain that goal. This is what programmers of any sort (e.g gaming and computer) have to account for, that a code be induced into a system, this code then dictating a newly-placed goal, and then the computer to automatically take rational steps in order to acquire the presentable goal.
Now what does all of this mumbo-jumbo have to do with the premise that human intelligence can be partially defined as making rational decisions to gain something? Well everything for starters. This concept is viably applicable in human life in almost every aspect. I mean take this analogy in Romeo and Juliet for example (and it also goes into my second premise of the presence of a tangible cause). Romeo wants Juliet as the filings want the magnet; and if no obstacles intervene he moves towards her by as strait a line as they. But Romeo and Juliet, if a wall be bulit between them, do not remain idiotically pressing their faces against the opposite sides like the magnet and the filings with the card. Romeo finds a circuitous way, by scaling the wall or otherwise, of touching juliet's lips directly. With the filings the path is fixed; whether it reaches the end depends on accidents. With the lover it is the end which is fixed; the path may be modified indefinitely.
Intelligence, then, is the ability to attain goals in the face of obstacles by means of decisions based on rational (truth-obeying) rules that hence a wanting for the goal in that a reformed thought or step will hither in your brain that brings you to your desired goal. Of course this means that there are outside factors involved with the entirity of intelligence, such as beliefs and lust, but that is a whole different matter which will be written next time.