Tag archives for Morals

To belong or not and why

The more I see, the more I confess of blindness and the more I learn the more I admit my ignorance. Now a days we face a big existentialist question “do I belong??” and if the answer is yes “I…

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Employer and the employee Relation between expectation and reality

There is something always annoyed me, and I never understood why, and I’m going in full details about that thing. How can you define the relation between the employer and the employee, what is the attributes of such relation. Could…

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Human Reflections – Responsibilities

  Is there anything that motivates us as human beings to commit an action toward something? I would say yes, but what is it exactly that motivates or forces us to commit an action? I would say it is the…

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Nietzsche and Arabian Governments Morals

As Nietzsche states about the evolution of morality, I can’t  help it but stating the obvious that it is pretty logical evolution, and I found myself puzzled  how similar this historical evolution of morals  to Arabian Governments moral now a…

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