Many people in the Elizabethan Era thought God put us in the center of the universe because they had the i-am-so-important personality which clearly explaining why everything revolved around them, Imagine that! :) Theories of the Elizabethan Era previously seen as fact in the science community are now mere science fiction, however, such theories are the ones who have paved the way to our modern society.This goes to show that we all can make a faux pas once in a while but someone take and make it true. :) The Elizabethan Era was an age of exploration, it was one of the greatest outbreaks for the study of Astronomy even though it was a controversial subject. Astronomy is simply one of the many sciences studied by physics and chemistry looking into the chemical properties and behavior of its celestial bodies(Alchin).This era contained some of the most famous scientist know today from Nicolaus Copernicus to Isaac Newton. These scientists are very important to the modern science community because they are the ones that vastly changed our views of space.
You can see all of these important characteristics in all that they accomplished. Although they had many similar characteristics, Puritans criticized the many of the Enlightenment figure’s ways of living such as their motives, their scientific views, and how to please God. One area in which the Puritans criticized the Enlightenment thinkers was in their motives. The Puritans were some of the most religious people of their day. Sometimes they focused so much on right and wrong that they lost sight of what God wants them to do.
At the conclusion of this paper the reader will have a clear understanding of the work of all these theorists and the contributions they made to society. Freud, a medical doctor, physiologist, psychologist, and founder of the first Viennese school of psychoanalysis, is considered to be the father of psychoanalysis (iep.utm.edu). His theories and concepts changed the world of psychology, not only through his direct contribution but also because his contributions created the foundation for others to expand on. Some of the others who were influenced and motivated by Freud were: Adler, Jung, Erikson, and Horney. They were able to utilize the findings of Freud as a base line and with their own ideologies, concepts, and theories, contribute to various areas in the field of psychology.
As for the second claim, the debates still remain hot about whether the human minds will always be superior to machines. Some argue that people have already invented machines that carries on tasks beyond human abilities while others oppose that machines, which are superior in some certain respects, are devised just in order to utilize them. However, this kind of opinion conflict can be resolved, or at least clarified, when we define our key term "superiority" up front. And it is clear that the debate would make more sense if we apply the word "superiority" to higher intelligence rather than greater accuracy or speed. Under such definition, a new discussion has occurred about the nature of the human mind which is relevant to the developement of artificial intelligence.
“Imagination is more important than knowledge. For knowledge is limited to all we now know and understand, while imagination embraces the entire world, and all there ever will be to know and understand.” -Albert Einstein This quote truly raises questions, and not all of them can be answered. For instance, when I first saw this quote I thought of how it would sound hearing these word spoken by a British philosopher, albeit coming from him wouldn't make them any less/more interesting. The reason why I 'think' I did this was to visualise the statement said in a speech by a wise, respectable professor. Simultaneously, I hadn't noticed how I was subconsciously ‘imagining’ something I had never seen in my life.
Two great timeless artists, Michelangelo and Leonardo, made their great masterpieces during this time. It would be absolutely incredible to be around these people and others of their time. The Middle Ages was a time in which people lived under highly formal rules and regulations. I do not like that the Churches governed the people and had a lot of authority. Religious freedom, a right I think everyone should possess, was almost always abridged.
However, I believe this practical state of mind, and the longing for applicability are exaggerated and may even be dangerous, since, no matter how much we try, we can't always predict the the exact outcomes of our actoins. Therefore, even if we accept the ideal of practicality, we don't know a priori what practical use may be risen from a non practical point of origin, or vice versa. This notion is manifested in the CERN example, which, aside of its pure intellectual achievments, has contributed a great deal to technological progress, and was in its previous incarnation the birth place of the World Wide Web, which is one of the most important inventions of our time and is undaoutfually of practical use, but was in some sense a byproduct of this project, rather than a preliminary goal . In conclusion, I believe that this state of mind of practicality constitute in some sense a short term vision, that is, it
Catholic people think that if you believe in God miracles seem more obvious to you and if you deny and test the existence of God then it will be harder to see the miracles happen. If God really is behind all of the natural laws, he is not restricted by them therefore He is allowed to violate them from time to time. This also contradicts the fact that God is omnibenevolant and defeats the saying that ‘all humans are equal’. There are a lot of problems with using miracles to prove Gods existence, some say that one person’s miracle is not one to another person, we have some sort of scientific explanations to miracles that happened in the bible, so in the future we could have explanations to miracles that
Everyone has their own opinions but I disagree that the contributions of scientists are more important than the contributions of artists. From my point of view, both contributions of scientists and artists are valuable (to) our society because they each contribute to difference aspects of society. First of all, the artists and writers do not make material for society, but they create the imagination for people’s mind. Without the imagination, people will be boring, they could not create the new things and they always satisfy with what they had(have). The scientist and engineers made a lot of important things base on the ideals of writers and artists.
Women make better leaders than men. Do you agree? To be a great leader is not easy. Leading a group of people to achieve success that we crave for is not a child’s play. To make it more difficult, not everyone is fortunate to have good leadership skills in them.