Causality Essay Topics

Parenting Styles and Prosocial Behavior

Parents often play a large role in the development of their son’s or daughter’s morality, social behavior, education, habits, and many other areas. Therefore, parents contain tremendous power when it comes to shaping their offspring. Due to this tremendous amount of power, researchers had an inclination that certain parenting styles have effect on their child’s… View Article

A Terrible Thunder: The Story of the New Orleans Sniper

On New Year’s Eve, in the city of New Orleans, in the year 1972, a sniper was hidden in the shadows. He is alone, with anger and hate fueling his tiny body he went on for many days to try to kill as many police officers as he could. The drama ended one week later… View Article

Philosophy Questions

Question One A causal claim, by definition, is a statement about the causes of things. Regular (non-causal) claims are considered to be any declarative statement. While the regular claim can simply be made about anything as long as it is a declaration, causal statements require a certain sense of cause and effect. Causal claims examine… View Article

The BAd Effects Of Alcohol

Alcohol is harmless when not drinking in mass quantities, even it helps body in some cases, for example wine protects people from heart attacks. However, if you get used to drink alcohol, you can easily abuse. Alcoholism happens when someone engages in frequent alcohol abuse. As time goes on, alcohol starts to alter chemical makeup… View Article

Plagiarism – Causes and Effects

Plagiarism, defined as the action of copying of the other work without citation and the author’s knowledge, is considered a huge crime in educational area. According to Nancy J. Girard, she defined plagiarism as stealing. She also claimed that stealing one’s works is harder to probe rather than that of money or tangible items. (Girard,… View Article

Critically Assess the View That We Are Not Responsible for Our Evil Actions

Many Philosophers, such as Hoderich and John Calvin, believe that humans do not have free will to act in moral situations and that all moral actions have uncontrollable prior causes. Hard determinists, therefore, follow the belief that humans can not be morally blameworthy for their actions, evil or not, because their actions are predetermined. However,… View Article

Causation and Intervening Acts in Criminal Law

According to Robin J.A. in Malette v Shulman[1], “the right of self-determination which underlies the doctrine of informed consent also obviously encompasses the right to refuse medical treatment. A competent adult is generally entitled to reject a specific treatment or all treatment, or to select an alternate form of treatment, even if the decision may… View Article

Frankfurt on Personhood and Moral Responsibility

In Harry Frankfurt’s philosophy journal on “Personhood and Moral Responsibility” he formulates many ideas of how people should act. He believes a person is morally responsible for what he has done, only if he could have done otherwise. A person could have done otherwise if the casual determinism is false, and therefore they are not… View Article

Teen Stress

In modern life,when the standard of living is increasing more and more,people or student will get more stressed.Stress can be defined as physiological imbalance resulting from the disparity between situational demand and the individual ability ( Gaurav,2011 ) .In general, stress is related to both external and internal factor.External factor iclude the physical environment such… View Article

We Are Not Responsible for Our Actions

Critically asses the view that we are not responsible for our actions Is it true that the society we live in, we have the right to make and produce our own decisions and its purely down to each individual to any actions they produce? In this essay I will explore if we have the right… View Article

UNICEF wages guerilla warfare

Question 1: Do you think UNICEF’s campaigns will be effective? Why or Why not? I believe UNICEF’s campaign will not be as effective, given the fact that is hard to compete with other companies with more sophisticated and more economic advantages. We all know that if a product is bad but with the right marketing… View Article

Elephantiasis Disorder

Elephantiasis is usually caused by obstructions in the lymphatic system. It causes a swelling in the skin and tissues, generally in the lower trunk and the legs. It is most likely seen in the legs and genitals, causing baggy, thick and ulcerated skin, accompanied by fever and chills. Limbs can swell so much that they… View Article

Types of Introductory Paragraphs

According to world statistics, the level of air pollution has been steadily increasing throughout the years. Though the result is not alarming, it is important for us to take measures in controlling activities that lead to air pollution. Only by doing so, will we be able to have better quality air. Therefore, the first thing… View Article

Utilitarianism – Suffering

Given the scenario of the mad scientist, a utilitarian approach would suggest that because the outcome of the biochemical produced a cure causing thousands of lives to be saved, then this may make him a good person. The result of this biochemical produced happiness for the masses by saving lives and curing disease. Considering the… View Article

Ayer, A.J. “Freedom and Necessity”

In the following paper I will talk about A.J. Ayer’s “Freedom and Necessity,” and I will explain the dilemma of determinism and Ayer’s compatibilist solution to it. I will explain some of the examples Ayer uses to explain the difference between cause and being constrained, and how both affect one’s free will. I will also… View Article