This would later play a huge role in his life. He was a philosopher and enjoyed writing about topics such as politics, epistemology and education. What Locke has contributed to the modern society is that his writings have influenced Western philosophy. What Locke also influenced was for example the American Declaration of Independence
In this study, as primary sources, I will use The Shorter Logical Investigations by Edmund Husserl, History of the Concept of Time by Martin Heidegger, Psychology from an Empirical Standpoint by Franz Brentano, The Conscious Mind by David Chalmers. I will be complementing my research using secondary sources including but not limited to The Cambridge Companion to Husserl, The Essential Husserl and Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy. 3- Literature
Article Review: Attachment theory & change processes in foster care Tucker, D. J., & MacKenzie, M. J. (2012). Attachment theory and change processes in foster care. Children and Youth Services Review,34(11), 2208-2219. doi:10.1016/j.childyouth.2012.07.020 Within the following paper, I intend to review the article, Attachment theory and the change processes in foster care written by David J. Tucker and Michael J. MacKenzie.
London: Harvard University Press, 1995. Print. Charles Segal, Professor of the Classics at Harvard, explores Oedipus the Tyrant in chapter 8, 9 and Antigone in chapter 5. He also presents a balanced discovery of Freud’s Unconscious in chapter 7. In chapter 8, he focuses on the importance of choral lyric to build up a tragedy and how it moves from religious belief to
However, Brooks also states that this is only a small part of being intelligent and that these recent advances in AI and machine learning show that the development is still in its initial stage. Another statement from Leblanc (2015) is that the next generation of AI is going to be more adaptive, self learning and intuitive. Nevertheless, superintelligent machines are not as futuristic as they may seem. This is confirmed by Tom Risen in the article Artificial Intelligence: Do the Benefits Outweigh the Risks? published on June 3, 2016 in
Throughout this paper, I will use various sources to discuss the philosophical themes of consciousness and identity. These sources include, course readings, class discussions and two news articles. One of which has been written by Clay Dillion regarding a futuristic theme concerning the possibility of uploading our consciousness into a robotic medium. The other was written by Zoltan Istvan and investigates the possibility of artificial alien intelligence. I will also critically evaluate each argument in order to highlight any philosophical problems which may be present.
Linda Lalicata Week six summaries Liu, O.L., Mao, L., Frankel, L., & Xu, J. (2016). Assessing critical thinking in higher education: The HEIghten approach and preliminary validity evidence. Assessment and Evaluation in Higher Education, 41(5), 677-694. Doi.org/10.1080/02602938.2016.1168358
1. Introduction Liberalism refers to an ideology which was first spoken about by John Locke. As he mentioned the rights of the individual to have property, freedom, health and life(Cahn,2005:247). Later This essay aims to offer a critical review on the concept of neoliberalism. The essay shall begin by offering the reader a brief view on liberalism.
Eric Foner and his credentials were mentioned in the previous source and will not be expounded upon in great detail for this source. However, his expertise in social change throughout American history is noteworthy because the book focuses on the political climate and how society influenced policy during the time period. Harry Watson received his Ph. D. from Northwestern University and currently teaches at the University of North Carolina. At the University, he is the director of the Center for the Study of the American South while specializing in the Antebellum American South and the Jacksonian America. His research interests are political, social, and cultural history, which are aligned with the primary elements of this book.