Where You Are

Where Are You? Do you ever ask yourself where you are? Probably not. Where are you? It is a strange pondering process. Where one is, however, is likely a very important query. This is because where one’s mind is – so one is there. Is this correct? Can it be…

Future Machines

Will future machines and robotic technology advance ahead of people? Will robots develop a level of consciousness? Why is it so difficult to imagine a computer with a brain that can discern choices based on logic and on emotion? Perhaps we cannot imagine a robot that can think like a…

Patterning the World

Patterning the World Who is most integral and valuable in a medium of communication? Whether it is for a book, movie, play, song video game, video or other entertainment system; writers are the starting point for all perpetual effects. Is that correct? Or should I have instead have written that…

Phenomenology

Phenomenology – Husserl Revisited Edmund Husserl, the founder of phenomenology embarked on his career with studies on fundamental themes in mathematics, logic and psychology. He was greatly affected by motive explainable by the development of German Philosophy, deriving from Kant and Hagel, which dissuaded him from proceeding along his early goals,…

Domain Name Freeze

Domain Name Freeze Why is there a delay in the processing of new gTLDs for auction on registrar’s websites? If a domain name can be listed, as an auction-able item - on a registrar’s website - then why is it not possible for it to be featured as a premium…

Participatory Democracy

Participatory democracy can defined in many ways. Politicians present it in whatever way best suits their motives for discussing it. The definition, however, which will be utilized in this essay is that provided by Wolfe: “Participatory democracy involves the interpretation of leadership as a product of group needs. This leadership,…

Critical Analysis of Testing in the Sciences

In this critical analysis of testing in the sciences,  we will examine the various issues for test in the human and natural sciences. We will examine the theories of Searle, Taylor and Popper. In this analysis, we will strive to uncover which of the theories, which they represent; best explains…

Who Deserves to Be Heard?

Native Women’s Association of Canada v. Canada Who Deserves to Be Heard? Native Women’s Association of Canada v. Canada Who Deserves to Be Heard?   In 1991 the Canadian government set-up the Beaudoin-Dobbie Commission to investigate proposals for Constitutional reform. The main proposal was aboriginal right to self-government. The government…