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1 Poverty: The Ethics of Global Aid

Poverty: The Ethical Debate on Obligation and Assistance UNICEF estimates that 12 children who live in extreme poverty die every minute of every day. They died because they didn’t have access to clean water; they died because they didn’t have enough to eat. They die of malaria or intestinal worms – Something we don’t even […]

2 Exploring William Clifford’s Argument on Personal Beliefs and Ethics of Belief

Navigating Belief and Evidence: William Clifford’s Perspective on Rational Belief in ‘The Ethics of Belief’ William Clifford is one of the great mathematicians and is remembered as an intellectual and authority in science. While other scientists were worried that a collapse in religion would lead to morality and society desecration, Clifford was willing to embrace […]

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4 Exploring the Complexity of Ethics: From Personal Codes to Societal Impact

Ethics in Society: Roles, Religions, and Professions People are either ethical or not ethical. Ethics come into play with people’s different roles they serve in society, including parenthood, mentorship, etc. Ethics is very important, and little time is spent discussing it or trying to understand what it means to us. The reason is that it […]

5 A Comparative Analysis of Plato’s Allegory of the Cave and The Matrix

Introduction Plato’s ‘Allegory of the Cave,’ presented in (Book VII of the Republic), and The Matrix movie by Lana Wachowski both provide continuing inquiries about the meaning of reality and whether we are living in the real world or the real world of illusion. Both are asking vital questions concerning our reality. I.e., regarding if […]

6 Exploring Plato’s Theory of Forms through the Allegory of the Cave

Introduction The Theory of Forms or Ideas, according to the Greek philosopher Plato, is a challenging concept to grasp but represents the truest form of knowledge. To better understand the Theory of Forms, in his work Republic, Plato presented what we now know as ‘The Allegory of the Cave.’ It is written as a dialogue […]

7 The Power of Allegory of the Cave in Shaping Perceptions and Knowledge

Introduction An allegory is a story or a visual image to interpret a message differently. We use allegories for several reasons, for example, to avoid social or political controversies and to go around an idea that is controversial so the other side can be more understanding. The last reason why we use allegory is to […]

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