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Brain States & Mind States: The Identity Theory Examined
When considering theories regarding the relationship between the mind and the brain, identity theory plays an important role in our investigation. The identity theory of mind is the idea that 'each and every mental state is identical with some state in the ...
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My final part of Deliberative Happiness. A seven part series into how attainable Aristotle's concept of eudaimonia really is. Take a read, have look, ask questions! #philosophy   #ethics   #academia  
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Deliberative Happiness: Part 7
Through the importance placed on moral education, virtue ethics remains a moral theory still prevalent in modern day discussions of ethics. Whilst faced with many dilemmas, it seems possible that that we all have the ability to reach the levels of reasoning...
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Moral Education: Aint what is used to be? Discussing live on TLR, home to philosophical enquiry and Aristotelian ethics.
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Deliberative Happiness: Part 6
Questions of moral education are prevalent as ever in modern society. To what extent can we argue there exists any definitive modern morality? We take less time to focus on morality as being taught , the way the greeks did, however is this to say we are any...
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Moral Responsibility: Are Individuals Voluntary or Involuntary?
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Deliberative Happiness: Part 5
Considering my last post I beg to question whether we can really render the evil individual as voluntary? Aristotle in chapter 8 of the Nicomachean Ethics considers actions done involuntarily.  He explains the man who acts involuntarily, who doesn't act in ...
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I can tell through the body language and bad acting of the individuals you associate yourself with that I came up in conversation during your after work drinks. I could ask what was discussed, but I already know it was most likely not my brain. The joys of ...
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