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History
by dwest61506
4 years ago
Sir Isaac Newton - Scientist, Theologian, Mint Master, Alchemist, and More

Sir Isaac Newton was one of the greatest minds the world has ever seen. He revolutionized the sciences of physics and mathematics. He also was an alchemist and became the Master of the Royal Mint. He wrote extensively on many topics in history and religion.

Lifestyle
by jkirsch
8 years ago
Plato's Theory of Recollection

In his Socratic dialogues The Phaedo and The Meno, Plato advances a theory concerning the acquisition of human knowledge. In these dialogues, Plato asserts that people acquire knowledge through recollection; that is, nothing is learned new, from experience. Knowledge exists a priori in the human soul, and while certain...

Lifestyle
by Giovani1059
9 years ago
PROFESSIONAL KNOWLEDGE AND ABILITIES AFFECT CAREER

PROFESSIONAL KNOWLEDGE AND ABILITIES AFFECT CAREER

In a career, a person must develop professional knowledge and abilities to have a successful affect. The knowledge and abilities are learned through separate organizations outside of the company a person works for and personal experiences attained from multiple careers....

Lifestyle
by AlexOpenshaw
7 years ago
Rene Descartes - First Meditation

Descartes is the father of modern philosophy.

Business & Money
by heanders
6 years ago
Engineering Degrees for Inventors

This article summarizes the advantages of having and engineering courses or degrees for inventors. It mentions both electrical and mechanical engineering.

Business & Money
by ladybugblue
9 years ago
Advancing in the Workplace

 

 It's not always about being the first person at work and the last to leave. In other words, it's not just about looking good. It's more about what you bring to the table, no matter what position you are in. Your value will stand out...

Business & Money
by Josh_Brooks
4 years ago
How to Obtain and Demonstrate Domain Knowledge as a Leader

A brief article about how leaders can obtain and demonstrate domain knowledge. This article may be useful for leaders, managers, mentors, and coaches.

Sports
by puffdragon
8 years ago
Australian Test Cricket Trivia Quiz - 20 Free Cricket General Knowledge Questions

Are you are an Australian cricket fan looking to test your trivia knowledge. Do you know your flipper from you googley and silly bat pad from deep fine leg. Take this 20 question Australian Test Cricket Trivia Quiz and prove your knowledge to your family and friends. Answers...

Lifestyle
by jkirsch
8 years ago
A Glossary of Terms Important in Ancient Greek Philosophy

αισθησις - aisthesis: Perception. One of Theaetetus' answers to Socrates question, "What is Knowledge?" in Plato's Theaetetus. Theaetetus' answer differs from empiricism, in which raw perceptions are the basis for reasoning which leads to knowledge. Instead, he asserts that raw perceptions are, themselves, the only knowledge. Socrates argues that...

Lifestyle
by Erol
7 years ago
Free Online Learning is a new trend taking the web by storm. People such as Salman Khan and his Khans Academy are one example.

The Internet is the new class room. But instead of student loans, and relocating to visit the most prestigious Universities you can learn about anything for free. Khans Academy, MIT, and many more are such examples.

Business & Money
by dwlsn233
5 years ago
Business Intelligence MIS Strategies that Work

Business intelligence systems and MIS deliver enormous ROI when planned around the business rather than forcing the business to fit the system. BI systems designed and configured to fit within the business processes, serving as a valuable decision support system and competitive advantage.

Lifestyle
by lights522
5 years ago
Did Socrates Shape Our World?

   Socrates was a famous, perhaps the most famous, ancient Greek philosopher of Athens during the Golden Age in 5th century B.C.E..    Socrates was known for his controversial questioning of Athenians on their beliefs and their knowledge. During this time, Athens was under threat of war against...

Technology
by Dude88
7 years ago
BMAT for Medical School Admission

BMAT is an examination and assessment for individuals who intend to take medical related courses. The entire exam consists of three sections which need to be completed within two hours.

Lifestyle
by ajaodegaard
7 years ago
Tutors and the Benefits they Provide

Tutors are great for many students who struggle to learn the material they are taught in the classroom. There are many added benefits that tutors can also provide.

Lifestyle
by Travis_Aitch
6 years ago
The Thin Line Between Paranoia and Awareness

How does perception define the term "paranoia"? Who draws the line between "paranoid" and "aware"?

Lifestyle
by Pinewood Paladin
6 years ago
Altruistic Characteristics of The Unconscious Mind

For as long as anyone can remember Love is the reason why Altruism is better than Egotism any day of the week. Ethics has always been about practicing practical habits.

Business & Money
by Leigh Goessl
4 years ago
Costs Associated With High Employee Turnover

High employee turnover is when an organization experiences a frequent influx and departures of employees. Reasons for these comings and goings may vary, or can be specific to a situation. High employee turnover is one of those scenarios that can be problematic, and may or may not be measured in terms of actual dollar cost.

Business & Money
by Sean Cramer
4 years ago
I'm Not a Supervisor, I'm a Project Manager!

A project manager wears many hats. Until recently, I didn't think any of them had 'supervisor' printed on the front. The role of a Project Manager is pretty simple, until you see it from a team member's perspective.

Lifestyle
by AlexOpenshaw
7 years ago
Logical Positivists PART 6 - OTTO NEURATH

In a series of articles I am presenting the important philosophical history of 'Logical Positivism'. In this article I am profiling the philosopher Otto Neurath and his role within the important movement.

Lifestyle
by mcimicata
7 years ago
Explanation Of Three Research Paradigms-Positivism, Realism, And Interpretivism

Paradigms are a system of thinking, a basic orientation to theory and research.  Epistemology is a theory of knowledge and refers to a stance on what should pass as acceptable knowledge and ontology is a theory of whether the social world should be deemed by something external to social...

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