Working in the public transportation industry for the past few weeks, It has been very evident to me the bureaucratic boundaries required to improve safety and efficiency. It is innately an externally-controlled system. Pulling back from public transportation through, The very nature of law has historically always been for the purpose of protection, and service for those abiding by it. Continue reading “Static Law & Dynamic Relationship”
It has been said that Education is preparation for life. This is really a loaded statement. For one, education isn’t a “one-size-fits-all situation”. Some families choose to home school their children. Furthermore, different types of academic institutions are available at the elementary (with greater diversity beyond). Continue reading “Educated Society”
How does technology fit in with God? Is it only a means to present God? Or is technology itself a marvel of God’s creation revealed in the discovery and imagination He put in man?
Morality often is an after thought in our modern age. It is almost as though is a reluctantly-considered carry-over from antiquity, as if to respect those who have gone before us. But physical laws are linked with physical matter, so doesn’t it follow that physics should have a hierarchical director in morality?
The push for super intelligent robots still seems perhaps “over-the-horizon” for many, but many fields are producing the hardware and software that can make the functional mechanisms possible.
The demonstration of fact is based on empirical repeatability and measurability. But that is only for physical, tangible things. What about for for moral absolutes? Continue reading “Inductive or Deductive Morality?”
That mysterious, intangible sense that something is wrong is elusive. If the anesthesia is removed, and the leap into the unknown is taken, where would freedom end – or would it? Continue reading “Morality Rifts”