Everyone knows the answers to the questions asked. If we are honest to face them that is. Either there is a truth too honest for us to share or something based on years of misconceptions.
As long as we can survive and thrive somewhat as a human society, we will develop more and more complex robots. Industrial efficiency, medical diagnosing and general private use are some of the areas where robots will help us out.
Philosophy in our day and age is dead and is long past the cold lifeless state, it is so gone that the grave is not longer there, gone, only grass and vegetation are left in its place.
Here are some thoughts I want to share about our life and my everyday life as a remote working dad, where I’m grateful for the time I get to spend with my toddler and wife.
We have all had traumatic experiences, and we will have more of them. It can be physical like death, illness, injuries and deformations of various forms and it can be emotional due to relationships.
After our travels and time all-three-together I’m now spending much more one-on-one quality time with Florens. Of course I’ve already been a sort of stay at home dad, while traveling and at home,
A good indication you’ve been at the right place is that you feel like you’re leaving when it’s about to get much better. We had a fine winter and early springtime during our stay in Mostar.
The waves you see have no effect on the deep dark and still waters that govern our society, that governs everything between the farthest away and what’s inside of you. All is a habitual construction.
In our world most people have less than adequate understanding of their own workings, of our natural habitat, science and the list goes on. We can’t be experts nor good in everything but we can be good intended people.
The winter is gone already, and springtime is already here in Mostar. What else to call the time you already sit on the balcony and walk around in lighter jackets? We are rounding off our travels for this time,
Applied ethics is an umbrella term for philosophy that steps outside of its academic sources and involves itself with the world outside, on a macro scale and on individual basis. The term applied ethics is too polished and almost succeeds in masquerading itself from what it really is –
2016 was full of road trips and adventures, plus many things accomplished for both of us. For 2017 one big thing will be for us to move to a bigger place, as the one room apartment has done for us what it could.
When I buy a physical album these days there’s always a code for a digital download. Most of the time the physical purchase is a symbolic one, to support the artist. Because in eleven out of ten times I’ll listen to the album digitally;
First, some reflection of the month outside our family bubble. The world is so full of critical events at this time and age. 2016 will be a direction-changer or further struggling in the same policies.
This essay discusses, departing from Kant’s deontological ethics, and deals with the ques- tion of which types of pre-birth genetic modification are acceptable from the perspective of Kant’s ethics theory? The conclusion is that Kant’s ethics can be in line with certain thera- peutic interventions.
Perception and presence in our time lines is equivalent to our vitality. Meaning that a vital person lives the time given and doesn’t treat time as a thief, but as a God given friend.
Discussion on the status of future human genetic enhancement policies. The conclusion lands on the need to guarantee individual rights in a firm and constitutional way. Also to further expand and increase the discussion and awareness about the forthcoming bio-technological possibilities –