Aristotle wrote the early dramatic principles in his work The Poetics. In this work, he explains the definition of the tragedy, its structure, and its components. The theory given by Aristotle was universally acknowledged and followed by different play writers until the modern dramatic era ushered in with its new and experimental techniques. However, it is still considered as… Read More »
“I think therefore I am” or “Cogito, ergo sum” is a dictum, which is coined by Rene Descartes in his work Discourse of Methods 1636. Descartes poses that there is an immeasurable uncertainty in this world and the only certain thing, which is beyond any doubt, is the thinking process of a person.
The university has got the responsibility of wiping out this issue of individualism from the community. It is the duty of the university to teach these students the importance of taking care of others and being concerned about others in the community and not just their own personal interests. Students join the colleges from all… Read More »
Nathan’s essay brings out three very important terms. These are community, network and individualism. Community refers to a social group whereby the members stay in a common specified location, have got one government and their culture and historical heritage is similar (Emerson, 2000). In his article however, Nathan refers to a community as the entire… Read More »
Modern day society has perpetuated the philosophy that religious faith cannot be parallel to reason. In the battle between theism and atheism, faith is portrayed as a belief in the unknown and failure on mankind’s part, to reason. Intellectuals have gone further to stand by the philosophy that faith be-little’s reason.
Whichever religious faith one belongs to, the basis is belief in God and following His practises. Over the last decades, it has been noted that different religious faiths are competing for believers.
It should be noted that God does not live any of creatures alone to suffer but has to make people pass through certain temptations to strengthen their faith. This is evidenced in Christianity faith in which He even allowed Jesus to be tempted by Satan after going for along time without food.
It is notable that different religions contradict the society. For instance, even though Catholics and Protestants belief in Christian religion, their teachings are very different. Although they are meant to make the followers have moral practises, they contradict the society.