On Thursday 12th August, BBC News reported that a nurse in Germany had been giving patients an injection of saline (a harmless mixture of water and salt) instead of the Covid vaccination. She defended herself by arguing that she only did it to six patients due to dropping a number of vials needed to giveContinue reading “The Importance of Bodily Autonomy: Nurse Gives Patients Saline Instead of Vaccine”
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Dr John Frame: The Parable of the Invisible Gardener Part 3
Things to know: – Falsification (in Flew’s case) is the idea that a proposition or statement is meaningful only if there is a method that could falsify the statement. The statement doesn’t need to be false, but there must be a hypothetical situation in which the statement could be proved false. For instance, ‘the catContinue reading “Dr John Frame: The Parable of the Invisible Gardener Part 3”
The Limits of Diplomacy; A Response.
This article is an examination into The School of Life’s How to Be Diplomatic. IntroductionOne of my favourite YouTube channels is The School of Life due to its look at human virtue in practical situations. Aristotelian virtue ethics is one of my favourite areas in philosophy and the channel and website embraces this ideology. However, thisContinue reading “The Limits of Diplomacy; A Response.”