Open your eyes before you miss what is deceiving you. It's right in front of you, yet you're worried about the wrongdoings of other people?
(8-minute read) With the help of Philosopher Naomi Arpaly, we take a closer look and analyze what constitutes rationality.
(10-Minute Read) There has been a recent rise in the discussion of Healthcare Ethics regarding the patient's right to end his or her life in a case of terminal illness (Physician-Assisted Suicide/PAS). Can we really pass legislation allowing physicians to prescribe lethal doses of medication? In this article we discuss implications of PAS, interview a Phd of Medical Ethics & ultimately come to a conclusion regarding the legalization of PAS.
The final part of our three-part series. Here, we address the possibility of a dismal human existence. Do we really control our lives or do the floods of images we experience on a daily basis ultamately control us?
(10-Minute Read) Video games have the ability to change the mind's perception and analyzation of content and imaging--and not in a good way. This essay is a critical look at video games as a form of fallen art that uses simulation to oppress the mind's true capabilities.
(10-Minute Read) Video Games have become increasingly violent, who is responsible for regulating these graphic images? The player or the producer? In a Three Part Series, we discuss the looming repercussions of a desensitized video game culture.