Search Results

You are looking at 1 - 10 of 869 items for :

  • All: Living a Motivated Life x
  • Search level: All x
Clear All
Author: Philip Kitcher

September 2013; published online 27 November 2013 Abstract I offer an account of the evolution of ethical life, using it to elaborate a meta-ethical perspective and a normative stance. In light of these discussions, I attempt to answer my title question. Keywords ethics, evolution, ethical progress, ethical

In: Evolved Morality: The Biology and Philosophy of Human Conscience

their mother. They liked being together; they disliked being separated. The pleasure and pain systems were extended to respond to social stimuli. What was so advantageous about the way early mammal-like reptiles made a living that set the stage for this whole new way of having babies and extending care

In: Evolved Morality: The Biology and Philosophy of Human Conscience

National Univer- sity (founded in 1914) is the most significant in the Northwestern Region. THE BAMBOO PROJECT With the work of interdisciplinary teams in the rural areas of the province, the Na- tional University seeks a way to correlate scientific and technological knowledge to the life experiences of

In: Bamboo for Sustainable Development

priority in the cam- paign. In particular, it was assumed that contact with nature would provide an effective means to prevent and decrease diseases and problems that are typical of a stressful urban life-style such as obesity, asthma, chronic stress, heart diseases, and diabetes. However, during a

In: Landscape Ecology in the Dutch Context

periods of his life as a boy. His childhood had been split by the death of his father, which took place unexpectedly when the patient was four years old. The recurrent nightmare reproposed his terror over the moon’s imminent crash into the Earth. The idea of the moon about to crash into the Earth leads to

In: Endings

. Then it offers a section about 'infrastructure' connecting and separating pieces of land motivated by humans. By its fragmentation and disturbance of the landscape it is usually seen as an enemy of 'nature', but to what extent it could be an ally? Every main section is introduced by the editors

In: Landscape Ecology in the Dutch Context
Author: Simon Blackburn

bad at practical decision-making, and this in turn makes them significantly worse at living any kind of normal life. Damasio’s own interpretation of their deficit was in terms of an emotional disability, construed as the inability to ‘somatically mark’ actual and projected events, and thereby attach a

In: Evolved Morality: The Biology and Philosophy of Human Conscience
Author: Emi Isaki

may have difficulty understanding normal conversation, espe- cially in noisy environments. To enhance communication abilities and increase quality of life, an audiologist will routinely prescribe a hearing aid or aids or assistive listening devices and assist in aural rehabilitation. Another common

In: Aural Rehabilitation for People with Disabilities

Bamboo for Sustainable Development, pp. 173-186 Eds. A. Kumar, I.V. Ramanuja Rao and Ch. Sastry ©VSP2002 Bamboo-dependent livelihood patterns of fishing communities: A case study of the West Coast of India SANJA Y V. DESHMUKH PRASAD C. KARNIK BALAKRISHNA BHATKHANDE AMOL B. DESHMANE Manav

In: Bamboo for Sustainable Development

not provide an in-depth treatment of the problem here, since we are merely interested in pointing out that in the initial phase of the termination process, the liminal phase, the emergence in the patient of a representation of his own life – certainly summary, but circumscribed and different from the

In: Endings