The Philosophy of Habermas: Rationality and its relation to Law with Application to the Philippine Context
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The Philosophy of Habermas: Rationality and its relation to Law with Application to the Philippine Context

Original paper submitted to the PUP College of Law in partial fulfillment of Philosophy of Laws requirement, with credits to Mr. Jonathan Siddayao and Mr. Ric Baldicano. I. Introduction Man’s natural ability to reason cannot be discounted in attempting to answer the philosophical question of “what is law?” This is because man’s inherent nature of … Continue reading

Einstein’s Dialectics: Were his ideas responsible for Nuclear War?
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Einstein’s Dialectics: Were his ideas responsible for Nuclear War?

Did Albert Einstein’s ideas alter the course of human history? The BBC documentary, Einstein’s Equation of Life and Death, argues along these lines. While a brilliant retelling of the dilemmas faced by the world-renowned physicist throughout the Second World War, it somehow falls short on the real causes of the conflict. It argues that Albert … Continue reading