My personal understanding of this prescribed title is that, well rounded, developed and applicable knowledge requires both general agreement and disagreement. After reading this title, two further knowledge questions have become apparent to me. One of them being: To what extent does disagreement construct knowledge? And secondly: To what extent is knowledge with pure consensus applicable and what does it entail? I will be exploring these two knowledge questions from the aspects of the human sciences and the natural sciences in pursuit of answering the overall prescribed title “Robust knowledge requires both consensus and disagreement”.
3. They must have the creative skill to view the problems from all view points and also be able to suggest a appropriate alternative solution. 4. They must be able to accept the challenges related to moral problems while giving moral judgments which may cause problems i.e. they have to understand the difficulties in making moral
The main objective of the paper is to discuss that whether having a sense of being different makes it difficult to belong or not. This essay will discuss this sense of belonging and in that way some arguments will also be discussed in the essay. Thus, a critical review will be done in order to get understanding of sense of belonging in two different ways. Discussion Every human has his own, singular, unique information: from physical features in the hair, colour of eyes, hands, face shape, even the psychological and the character, hobbies, fears, tastes. All these features result in infinite combinations it is making possible that there can be two equal human beings.
The common thread however, across all the stakeholder groups seems to be the emphasis on fairness, honesty and responsibility/accountability from each individuals. The code of ethics then culminates into a guide for decision making, and emphatically states that no value or stakeholder takes preference over another and that decisions should always be made based on considering competing interests and depending on the context, in order to reach the most appropriate
They both involve the conscience, but with distinct differences. One is “authoritarian conscience” which is what he says happens when people base their decision on what they have been taught is right or wrong (Fromm 261). In order to achieve his point, the author uses many strategies and tools such as valid examples form the real life and by state many theories that prove his point of view. To some extent he is able to be unbiased to some ideas. To illustrate, he states lot of counter arguments but in using his solid arguments, he was able to refute these arguments of partially agree with
One of the keys to effective communication is being able to communicate on the same level as the individual and therefore it is self explanatory why the use of jargon and such terminology will create barriers and feel impersonal. Other factors could include: Cultural differences This could include using words in a different context, speaking with different inotation and tones. Values or belief systems Values and belief systems will be different amanongst individuals and these may impact upon how the individual cocommunicates and how they receive and interpret messages of communication
Interdisciplinary research fosters greater critical thinking, synthesizes multiple disciplines, and develops life-long learning skills (Jones, 2010). The main disadvantage of interdisciplinary research is that sometimes there’s difficulty in establishing lines of connection between multiple disciplines. Also, at times, interdisciplinary research can lack coherence and a sense of purpose (Benson, 1982). For an interdisciplinary approach to work effectively, there must be mutual trust and respect between collaborators. Also, there must be an equal sharing of insights, perspectives, and knowledge between individuals from different disciplines with the singular aim of planning, goal-setting and
Although different points of view could lead to disrupt and conflict this conflict if verbally done would, in the end, help the community come up with a fusion of the ideas to better help the need. Conflict and debate are necessary to improve yourself and ideas. It is impossible for improvement without different ideas. Marcus Aurelius said,“Everything we hear is an opinion, not a fact. Everything we see is a perspective, not the truth.” This is saying that opinions aren’t fact so they can be molded to be better.
The most common is “Permutation: Do both the plan and the alt” where you argue that both can be done at the same time so there's no competitiveness. It is important to note that this does not necessarily mean you are advocating for the permutation, as there is a fairness argument to be made by the negative if you do. However, these arguments are effective in groups as it will take the negative much longer to answer than for you to say. Second is offense on the argument. There will be unique pieces of offense
Although it might not be impossible to become virtuous if one has been raised in the wrong environment, it will be extremely difficult, since these experiences are deeply engrained in us. In addition, external goods are required in order to acquire particular virtues. Since virtues, like skills, are acquired via exercising the activity in such-and-such way, it follows that we need the same sorts of things required for the exercising of the activity in order to acquire it. In conclusion, there are two ways in which some external goods are required for virtue: they are necessary for their acquisition, and also for engaging in rational activities well. However, happiness does not consist in having those external goods: virtuous rational activity is really the core constitutive element of happiness.