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Traditional versus Modern Ethics

Traditional ethics developed mainly out of the teachings of Plato and Aristotle. Even though their views greatly differ; they collectively constitute the basis of traditional ethics. 239 more words


The Impact of Christianity on Philosophy

It would seem that not only Christianity’s impact on philosophy should be examined, but also philosophy’s impact on Christianity. The Platonic, Neo-Platonic and Aristotelian philosophical traditions were already firmly grounded when the great Christian philosophers lived. 557 more words


Pragmatism, Analytic Philosophy, and Philosophy of Mind Matrix

In the matrix below, describe the historical development, key contributors, and principle issues of pragmatism, analytic philosophy, and the Philosophy of Mind. 570 more words


Differences/Similarities of Hinduism and Buddhism

Hinduism and Buddhism are extremely similar and extremely different if that were possible. Both Hinduism and Buddhism developed in the Indian subcontinent. Though both religions disagree on how to attain enlightenment, they do both agree that enlightenment is attainable. 376 more words


Cellular Respiration: Glycolysis

Slide 2 Notes

Glycolysis is only one segment of cellular respiration (Pruitt, Underwood, 2005). Glycolysis is the most primitive of the types of cellular respiration. Glycolysis does not required oxygen so it is called anaerobic. 520 more words


Similarities and Differences Between Animal and Plant Cells

Five similarities between plant and animal cells

Both types of cells are enveloped in a cellular membrane which regulates diffusion, osmosis, active transport, etc… between the cell and the extracellular space. 282 more words