Philosophy

Leap of Faith in the Opposite Direction
By Isaac Lillard · 1 month ago
Mainstream Philosophy is an extremely interesting and intricate subject that builds on itself constantly, you can think of it as a science. The first three Philosophers were Socrates, who mentored Plato, and Plato brought up ...
The Greatest Unanswered Question
By Caleb Keys · 1 month ago
There I was, lying in my bed, scrolling on my phone. Like the millions of others with sleep deprivation. I was wondering about the greatest unanswered question. My results were as expected. From infinite frontiers ...
The Demise of Kenyan Democracy: Kenya's Future
By Maxwell Lagat Ahona · 4 months ago
Kenya has a population of over 47 million people. It is the region's largest and wealthiest economy and has a long history of democratic rule. However, the country is now facing a number of challenges ...
To Kill A Mocking Bird
By Bran Wambugu · 1 year ago
To Kill A Mocking Bird When asked what fictional character I relate to, who has influenced and inspired me, I immediately turn to Atticus Finch from the book To Kill a Mockingbird. Finch was a ...
New Year’s Resolution
By Arindam Dey · 1 year ago
A New Year's resolution is a tradition in which a person resolves to continue good habits, change an undesirable trait or behavior, achieve a personal goal, or otherwise improve their life at the start of ...
Implementation of Movement Control Order (MCO) from John Austin’s Positivism Perspective.
By Vimala Tharsan And Dr. Nabeel Mahdi Althabhawi. · 1 year ago
Since the announcement by the Prime Minister of Malaysia, Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin on the implementation of the Movement Control Order nationwide, many regulations were imposed under the Prevention and Control of Infectious Diseases Act ...
Marital Rape: The Perspective of Legal Positivism and Natural Justice
By Nurul Wahida & Dr Nabeel Althabhawi · 1 year ago
When a husband engages in a sexual act with his wife against her will or without her consent, it is known as marital rape. Marital rape frequently involves violence, physical force, and threats, making the ...
Law of Armed Conflict: Consent to Violence?
By Muhammad Harieth Bin Zaini · 1 year ago
Law of Armed Conflict: Consent to Violence? Muhammad Harieth bin Zaini, Dr. Nabeel Mahdi Althabhawi Faculty of Law, the National University of Malaysia War, or now known as armed conflict had been one of the ...
30 YEARS OF INDEPENDENCE OF KAZAKHSTAN
By Rauana Sarsebayeva · 1 year ago
December 16 1991 is one of the most important days for every citizen of the Republic of Kazakhstan. On that day, the Supreme Council of the Republic of Kazakhstan 1008-XII adopted the Constitutional Law «On ...
Malignant Motives
By Aimi Ahmad & Dr Nabeel Mahdi Althabhawi · 1 year ago
Every law student when first introduced to the elements of criminal culpability would have been told a person’s motive is irrelevant. Early on in the course, we were thought to distinguish between criminal intention (which ...
Legal Pluralism in Malaysia
By Nurul Akmal Azerin & Nabeel Mahdi Althabhawi · 1 year ago
In 1957 when Malaysia achieved its independence, Islam was declared as the religion of state but other religion can still be practised in peace and harmony. Even though Islam is the religion of state, Islamic ...
Attaining success through Positive abnormality
By Paul Chukwuka Ogboi · 1 year ago
There are two types of abnormalities, We have positive and negative. Positive abnormalities: not conforming to rule or system; deviating from type) aberrant, anomalous, atypical, exceptional, extraordinary, irregular, preternatural, strange, unusual. When you dive into ...
Ethics and us
By David Nwakire · 1 year ago
Ассоrding tо Eрiсurus, hаррiness is а fоrm оf рleаsure аnd аll things аre tо be dоne fоr the sаke оf the рleаsаntness thаt соmes аssосiаted with it. In this sense, we see Eрiсurus' view аs ...
9 tips to attract whatever you want with Feng Shui
By Ester Ruth · 1 year ago
Some of the best things about Feng Shui is it helps to transform your life in a fast way. Some of the reasons are what you want and how your actions are aligned. If you’re ...
The Foundational Edict of Respect
By Kidus Melake · 1 year ago
This story entails the measures I believe one should take when relaying their respect for others. It has been written in the manner of a person speaking to his past self; conveying to his past ...
Logical argument about existence
By Bruk Haile Abera · 2 years ago
Question is part of human life. And from those questions some of them stand tall. The question of origin is one of the greatest questions in human life. This question have been a challenging experience ...
The Stress of the Orthodox Paths
By Tomasio Rubinshtein · 2 years ago
The contemporary ways of the world towards what is considered to be either successful or respectful for the individual to attain, are ones that usually cause a lot of stress along the way and even ...
Workaholism As Futile
By Tomasio Rubinshtein · 2 years ago
One of the many flaws of our world is that it encourages us to be as much productive as possible, and which each advancement of productivity, we are often rewarded with either the good increase ...
Examination is not a true test of knowledge
By Sodik Olarewaju · 2 years ago
"Examination is not a true test of knowledge" is a statement/mantra that one should have come across at one point or the other. Many people are too eager to mouth "examination is not a true ...
3 Philosophical Questions We Should Ask Ourselves Regularly
By Tomasio Rubinshtein · 2 years ago
Specifically because our time here among the living is by default limited, we should examine our lives every now and then, question our current progress (if we're making any), and see for ourselves through contemplation, ...