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ASocratic perspective on the relationship between ignorance, human evil, and the examined life.

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    bigpeacock974 17 Jan 2017 23:29

    “I like to play indoors better, ‘cause that’s where all the electrical outlets are,” said a young boy in Last Child in the Woods: Saving Our Children from Nature-Deficit Disorder. But since Richard Louv’s book came out in 2005, examining how disconnected children are from nature, both children and adults have only gotten more hooked on digital gadgets and technology. The problem is that as we spend more time in the electronic world, we are spending less in the natural one. If we lose our connection with nature, what might it mean for our planet?

    As of 2009, 93% of teens and 77% of adults were online, according to a Pew Internet Project Report. Kids ages 8 to 18 spend an average of 7.5 hours a day, 7 days a week, plugged into computers, TV, video games, music, cells phones, etc. reported a Kaiser Family Foundation Study. An internet security company investigation found that more very young children can play a computer game and open a web browser than swim or ride a bike. Meanwhile there has been a steady decline in visits to U.S. national parks, and a drop in hiking, camping, fishing and hunting.

    This article is one of the many learning resources available from the

    Knowledge Base projects. See, especially, our new, free online seminars

    Financial support from users like you enables us to provide these materials free of charge.

    --> Human Rights Protection

    What are we doing to protect our surroundings? Garbage heaps are increasing and disposal of waste seems an alarming task. People are becoming insensitive towards plants and animals thereby harming our ecosystem.

    As a student, what have you done to protect our environment? Do you know why we need to conserve our wildlife?  We must make a conscious effort to conserve the world''''''''''''''''s plants and animals. Plants are essential for our own survival. Plants use the sun''''''''''''''''s energy to make food—a process called photosynthesis.

    Ask Yourself Two Questions:
    1. Do you believe that all humans have an instinct to benefit themselves?
    2. Do you believe that all humans, to the extent that they suffer, instinctually seek to relieve their suffering?

    If you answered yes to the above questions, then you can accept the idea that nobody chooses to do wrong when they perceive that the wrongdoing in question will bring harm upon them. To the extent that we simply obey our instinct to benefit ourselves and relieve our suffering, we are not willing to harm ourselves. Socrates’ believed that persons who seek what they understand to benefit them are not trying to do wrong. They do not act for the sake of the wrong, but for the sake of obtaining the perceived good with which they are trying to improve their lives.

    The thesis statement usually appears near the beginning of a paper. It can be the first sentence of an essay, but that often feels like a simplistic, unexciting beginning. It more frequently appears at or near the end of the first paragraph or two. Here is the first paragraph of Arthur Schlesinger, Jr.''''s essay The Crisis of American Masculinity. Notice how everything drives the reader toward the last sentence and how that last sentence clearly signals what the rest of this essay is going to do.

    The first paragraph serves as kind of a funnel opening to the essay which draws and invites readers into the discussion, which is then focused by the thesis statement before the work of the essay actually begins. You will discover that some writers will delay the articulation of the paper''''s focus, its thesis, until the very end of the paper. That is possible if it is clear to thoughtful readers throughout the paper what the business of the essay truly is; frankly, it''''s probably not a good idea for beginning writers.

    Expanding human demands on land, sea and fresh water, along with the impacts of climate change, have made the conservation and management of wild areas and wild animals a top priority. But there are many different reasons for thinking that such conservation is important, and these reasons can shape conservation policies in different ways. Here we'll explore some of the different underlying values that can direct conservation policy, and explain how they can create ethical dilemmas and disagreements.

    Although the idea of "wildlife" is usually taken to mean animals not bred or controlled by humans, increasingly, wild animals are not just left alone to live their own lives (Gamborg et al. 2010). In response to pressures on wild animals and their habitats, a nature and wildlife protection movement has grown over the last two centuries. Often this protection has taken the form of active wildlife management, where some species are controlled as part of a policy to promote the success of other species.

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    User1490407677 18 Jan 2017 00:24

    “I like to play indoors better, ‘cause that’s where all the electrical outlets are,” said a young boy in Last Child in the Woods: Saving Our Children from Nature-Deficit Disorder. But since Richard Louv’s book came out in 2005, examining how disconnected children are from nature, both children and adults have only gotten more hooked on digital gadgets and technology. The problem is that as we spend more time in the electronic world, we are spending less in the natural one. If we lose our connection with nature, what might it mean for our planet?

    As of 2009, 93% of teens and 77% of adults were online, according to a Pew Internet Project Report. Kids ages 8 to 18 spend an average of 7.5 hours a day, 7 days a week, plugged into computers, TV, video games, music, cells phones, etc. reported a Kaiser Family Foundation Study. An internet security company investigation found that more very young children can play a computer game and open a web browser than swim or ride a bike. Meanwhile there has been a steady decline in visits to U.S. national parks, and a drop in hiking, camping, fishing and hunting.

    This article is one of the many learning resources available from the

    Knowledge Base projects. See, especially, our new, free online seminars

    Financial support from users like you enables us to provide these materials free of charge.

    --> Human Rights Protection

    What are we doing to protect our surroundings? Garbage heaps are increasing and disposal of waste seems an alarming task. People are becoming insensitive towards plants and animals thereby harming our ecosystem.

    As a student, what have you done to protect our environment? Do you know why we need to conserve our wildlife?  We must make a conscious effort to conserve the world''''s plants and animals. Plants are essential for our own survival. Plants use the sun''''s energy to make food—a process called photosynthesis.

    Ask Yourself Two Questions:
    1. Do you believe that all humans have an instinct to benefit themselves?
    2. Do you believe that all humans, to the extent that they suffer, instinctually seek to relieve their suffering?

    If you answered yes to the above questions, then you can accept the idea that nobody chooses to do wrong when they perceive that the wrongdoing in question will bring harm upon them. To the extent that we simply obey our instinct to benefit ourselves and relieve our suffering, we are not willing to harm ourselves. Socrates’ believed that persons who seek what they understand to benefit them are not trying to do wrong. They do not act for the sake of the wrong, but for the sake of obtaining the perceived good with which they are trying to improve their lives.

    The thesis statement usually appears near the beginning of a paper. It can be the first sentence of an essay, but that often feels like a simplistic, unexciting beginning. It more frequently appears at or near the end of the first paragraph or two. Here is the first paragraph of Arthur Schlesinger, Jr.'s essay The Crisis of American Masculinity. Notice how everything drives the reader toward the last sentence and how that last sentence clearly signals what the rest of this essay is going to do.

    The first paragraph serves as kind of a funnel opening to the essay which draws and invites readers into the discussion, which is then focused by the thesis statement before the work of the essay actually begins. You will discover that some writers will delay the articulation of the paper's focus, its thesis, until the very end of the paper. That is possible if it is clear to thoughtful readers throughout the paper what the business of the essay truly is; frankly, it's probably not a good idea for beginning writers.

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    lazypeacock848 18 Jan 2017 00:17

    “I like to play indoors better, ‘cause that’s where all the electrical outlets are,” said a young boy in Last Child in the Woods: Saving Our Children from Nature-Deficit Disorder. But since Richard Louv’s book came out in 2005, examining how disconnected children are from nature, both children and adults have only gotten more hooked on digital gadgets and technology. The problem is that as we spend more time in the electronic world, we are spending less in the natural one. If we lose our connection with nature, what might it mean for our planet?

    As of 2009, 93% of teens and 77% of adults were online, according to a Pew Internet Project Report. Kids ages 8 to 18 spend an average of 7.5 hours a day, 7 days a week, plugged into computers, TV, video games, music, cells phones, etc. reported a Kaiser Family Foundation Study. An internet security company investigation found that more very young children can play a computer game and open a web browser than swim or ride a bike. Meanwhile there has been a steady decline in visits to U.S. national parks, and a drop in hiking, camping, fishing and hunting.

    This article is one of the many learning resources available from the

    Knowledge Base projects. See, especially, our new, free online seminars

    Financial support from users like you enables us to provide these materials free of charge.

    --> Human Rights Protection

    What are we doing to protect our surroundings? Garbage heaps are increasing and disposal of waste seems an alarming task. People are becoming insensitive towards plants and animals thereby harming our ecosystem.

    As a student, what have you done to protect our environment? Do you know why we need to conserve our wildlife?  We must make a conscious effort to conserve the world''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''s plants and animals. Plants are essential for our own survival. Plants use the sun''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''s energy to make food—a process called photosynthesis.

    Ask Yourself Two Questions:
    1. Do you believe that all humans have an instinct to benefit themselves?
    2. Do you believe that all humans, to the extent that they suffer, instinctually seek to relieve their suffering?

    If you answered yes to the above questions, then you can accept the idea that nobody chooses to do wrong when they perceive that the wrongdoing in question will bring harm upon them. To the extent that we simply obey our instinct to benefit ourselves and relieve our suffering, we are not willing to harm ourselves. Socrates’ believed that persons who seek what they understand to benefit them are not trying to do wrong. They do not act for the sake of the wrong, but for the sake of obtaining the perceived good with which they are trying to improve their lives.

    The thesis statement usually appears near the beginning of a paper. It can be the first sentence of an essay, but that often feels like a simplistic, unexciting beginning. It more frequently appears at or near the end of the first paragraph or two. Here is the first paragraph of Arthur Schlesinger, Jr.''''''''s essay The Crisis of American Masculinity. Notice how everything drives the reader toward the last sentence and how that last sentence clearly signals what the rest of this essay is going to do.

    The first paragraph serves as kind of a funnel opening to the essay which draws and invites readers into the discussion, which is then focused by the thesis statement before the work of the essay actually begins. You will discover that some writers will delay the articulation of the paper''''''''s focus, its thesis, until the very end of the paper. That is possible if it is clear to thoughtful readers throughout the paper what the business of the essay truly is; frankly, it''''''''s probably not a good idea for beginning writers.

    Expanding human demands on land, sea and fresh water, along with the impacts of climate change, have made the conservation and management of wild areas and wild animals a top priority. But there are many different reasons for thinking that such conservation is important, and these reasons can shape conservation policies in different ways. Here we''ll explore some of the different underlying values that can direct conservation policy, and explain how they can create ethical dilemmas and disagreements.

    Although the idea of "wildlife" is usually taken to mean animals not bred or controlled by humans, increasingly, wild animals are not just left alone to live their own lives (Gamborg et al. 2010). In response to pressures on wild animals and their habitats, a nature and wildlife protection movement has grown over the last two centuries. Often this protection has taken the form of active wildlife management, where some species are controlled as part of a policy to promote the success of other species.

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    User1490825218 18 Jan 2017 06:59

    “I like to play indoors better, ‘cause that’s where all the electrical outlets are,” said a young boy in Last Child in the Woods: Saving Our Children from Nature-Deficit Disorder. But since Richard Louv’s book came out in 2005, examining how disconnected children are from nature, both children and adults have only gotten more hooked on digital gadgets and technology. The problem is that as we spend more time in the electronic world, we are spending less in the natural one. If we lose our connection with nature, what might it mean for our planet?

    As of 2009, 93% of teens and 77% of adults were online, according to a Pew Internet Project Report. Kids ages 8 to 18 spend an average of 7.5 hours a day, 7 days a week, plugged into computers, TV, video games, music, cells phones, etc. reported a Kaiser Family Foundation Study. An internet security company investigation found that more very young children can play a computer game and open a web browser than swim or ride a bike. Meanwhile there has been a steady decline in visits to U.S. national parks, and a drop in hiking, camping, fishing and hunting.

    This article is one of the many learning resources available from the

    Knowledge Base projects. See, especially, our new, free online seminars

    Financial support from users like you enables us to provide these materials free of charge.

    --> Human Rights Protection

    What are we doing to protect our surroundings? Garbage heaps are increasing and disposal of waste seems an alarming task. People are becoming insensitive towards plants and animals thereby harming our ecosystem.

    As a student, what have you done to protect our environment? Do you know why we need to conserve our wildlife?  We must make a conscious effort to conserve the world''''''''s plants and animals. Plants are essential for our own survival. Plants use the sun''''''''s energy to make food—a process called photosynthesis.

    Ask Yourself Two Questions:
    1. Do you believe that all humans have an instinct to benefit themselves?
    2. Do you believe that all humans, to the extent that they suffer, instinctually seek to relieve their suffering?

    If you answered yes to the above questions, then you can accept the idea that nobody chooses to do wrong when they perceive that the wrongdoing in question will bring harm upon them. To the extent that we simply obey our instinct to benefit ourselves and relieve our suffering, we are not willing to harm ourselves. Socrates’ believed that persons who seek what they understand to benefit them are not trying to do wrong. They do not act for the sake of the wrong, but for the sake of obtaining the perceived good with which they are trying to improve their lives.

    The thesis statement usually appears near the beginning of a paper. It can be the first sentence of an essay, but that often feels like a simplistic, unexciting beginning. It more frequently appears at or near the end of the first paragraph or two. Here is the first paragraph of Arthur Schlesinger, Jr.''s essay The Crisis of American Masculinity. Notice how everything drives the reader toward the last sentence and how that last sentence clearly signals what the rest of this essay is going to do.

    The first paragraph serves as kind of a funnel opening to the essay which draws and invites readers into the discussion, which is then focused by the thesis statement before the work of the essay actually begins. You will discover that some writers will delay the articulation of the paper''s focus, its thesis, until the very end of the paper. That is possible if it is clear to thoughtful readers throughout the paper what the business of the essay truly is; frankly, it''s probably not a good idea for beginning writers.

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    швабруша|Yura kitten 18 Jan 2017 05:48

    It s a rather brief essay on such a large subject, but nevertheless, apart from the myriad of spelling and grammatical errors, it touches on the basics quite ok. As for being cruel: Only mankind can be cruel. Nature is there for us to respect and admire.

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    brownwolf389 18 Jan 2017 08:40

    “I like to play indoors better, ‘cause that’s where all the electrical outlets are,” said a young boy in Last Child in the Woods: Saving Our Children from Nature-Deficit Disorder. But since Richard Louv’s book came out in 2005, examining how disconnected children are from nature, both children and adults have only gotten more hooked on digital gadgets and technology. The problem is that as we spend more time in the electronic world, we are spending less in the natural one. If we lose our connection with nature, what might it mean for our planet?

    As of 2009, 93% of teens and 77% of adults were online, according to a Pew Internet Project Report. Kids ages 8 to 18 spend an average of 7.5 hours a day, 7 days a week, plugged into computers, TV, video games, music, cells phones, etc. reported a Kaiser Family Foundation Study. An internet security company investigation found that more very young children can play a computer game and open a web browser than swim or ride a bike. Meanwhile there has been a steady decline in visits to U.S. national parks, and a drop in hiking, camping, fishing and hunting.

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    User1487780594 18 Jan 2017 00:30

    Well, if it was me I d do like tsunamis or hurricanes etc. I mean like how they re part of nature and how they are viewed as evil because they go through everything with out thought to damage but that s what their nature is, they re part of this world just like us. Also you can compare how certain disasters wipe out whole cities and stuff and how that s because they re not living and they don t have control over what they do but what the excuse for the humans who ruin lives just like these disasters but actually have a choice. I don t know if this was what you were looking for but I wish you luck!

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    lazybird120 17 Jan 2017 23:05

    “I like to play indoors better, ‘cause that’s where all the electrical outlets are,” said a young boy in Last Child in the Woods: Saving Our Children from Nature-Deficit Disorder. But since Richard Louv’s book came out in 2005, examining how disconnected children are from nature, both children and adults have only gotten more hooked on digital gadgets and technology. The problem is that as we spend more time in the electronic world, we are spending less in the natural one. If we lose our connection with nature, what might it mean for our planet?

    As of 2009, 93% of teens and 77% of adults were online, according to a Pew Internet Project Report. Kids ages 8 to 18 spend an average of 7.5 hours a day, 7 days a week, plugged into computers, TV, video games, music, cells phones, etc. reported a Kaiser Family Foundation Study. An internet security company investigation found that more very young children can play a computer game and open a web browser than swim or ride a bike. Meanwhile there has been a steady decline in visits to U.S. national parks, and a drop in hiking, camping, fishing and hunting.

    This article is one of the many learning resources available from the

    Knowledge Base projects. See, especially, our new, free online seminars

    Financial support from users like you enables us to provide these materials free of charge.

    --> Human Rights Protection

    What are we doing to protect our surroundings? Garbage heaps are increasing and disposal of waste seems an alarming task. People are becoming insensitive towards plants and animals thereby harming our ecosystem.

    As a student, what have you done to protect our environment? Do you know why we need to conserve our wildlife?  We must make a conscious effort to conserve the world''s plants and animals. Plants are essential for our own survival. Plants use the sun''s energy to make food—a process called photosynthesis.

    Ask Yourself Two Questions:
    1. Do you believe that all humans have an instinct to benefit themselves?
    2. Do you believe that all humans, to the extent that they suffer, instinctually seek to relieve their suffering?

    If you answered yes to the above questions, then you can accept the idea that nobody chooses to do wrong when they perceive that the wrongdoing in question will bring harm upon them. To the extent that we simply obey our instinct to benefit ourselves and relieve our suffering, we are not willing to harm ourselves. Socrates’ believed that persons who seek what they understand to benefit them are not trying to do wrong. They do not act for the sake of the wrong, but for the sake of obtaining the perceived good with which they are trying to improve their lives.

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    User1489514097 18 Jan 2017 07:06

    Our planet has many types of environments but all of them together make up the natural world or nature. Environments change with geography and latitude but are still part of nature. When you talk about food it is usually done in arable land but the repercussions of how this land is handled extends into the ocean and to uncultivated wilderness. How one environment is harmed harms all.

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    silverwolf133 17 Jan 2017 23:13

    “I like to play indoors better, ‘cause that’s where all the electrical outlets are,” said a young boy in Last Child in the Woods: Saving Our Children from Nature-Deficit Disorder. But since Richard Louv’s book came out in 2005, examining how disconnected children are from nature, both children and adults have only gotten more hooked on digital gadgets and technology. The problem is that as we spend more time in the electronic world, we are spending less in the natural one. If we lose our connection with nature, what might it mean for our planet?

    As of 2009, 93% of teens and 77% of adults were online, according to a Pew Internet Project Report. Kids ages 8 to 18 spend an average of 7.5 hours a day, 7 days a week, plugged into computers, TV, video games, music, cells phones, etc. reported a Kaiser Family Foundation Study. An internet security company investigation found that more very young children can play a computer game and open a web browser than swim or ride a bike. Meanwhile there has been a steady decline in visits to U.S. national parks, and a drop in hiking, camping, fishing and hunting.

    This article is one of the many learning resources available from the

    Knowledge Base projects. See, especially, our new, free online seminars

    Financial support from users like you enables us to provide these materials free of charge.

    --> Human Rights Protection

    What are we doing to protect our surroundings? Garbage heaps are increasing and disposal of waste seems an alarming task. People are becoming insensitive towards plants and animals thereby harming our ecosystem.

    As a student, what have you done to protect our environment? Do you know why we need to conserve our wildlife?  We must make a conscious effort to conserve the world's plants and animals. Plants are essential for our own survival. Plants use the sun's energy to make food—a process called photosynthesis.

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    Коллинзопришибленная 18 Jan 2017 06:26

    “I like to play indoors better, ‘cause that’s where all the electrical outlets are,” said a young boy in Last Child in the Woods: Saving Our Children from Nature-Deficit Disorder. But since Richard Louv’s book came out in 2005, examining how disconnected children are from nature, both children and adults have only gotten more hooked on digital gadgets and technology. The problem is that as we spend more time in the electronic world, we are spending less in the natural one. If we lose our connection with nature, what might it mean for our planet?

    As of 2009, 93% of teens and 77% of adults were online, according to a Pew Internet Project Report. Kids ages 8 to 18 spend an average of 7.5 hours a day, 7 days a week, plugged into computers, TV, video games, music, cells phones, etc. reported a Kaiser Family Foundation Study. An internet security company investigation found that more very young children can play a computer game and open a web browser than swim or ride a bike. Meanwhile there has been a steady decline in visits to U.S. national parks, and a drop in hiking, camping, fishing and hunting.

    This article is one of the many learning resources available from the

    Knowledge Base projects. See, especially, our new, free online seminars

    Financial support from users like you enables us to provide these materials free of charge.

    --> Human Rights Protection