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In Georg Buechner’s time, the German state was akin to a well-oiled machine. Society and politics were systematically integrated in a way that required no thought from its subjects. They only had to take their place as a cog in … Continue reading → Continue reading
Introduction In the last decade through major scientific advancements in the relatively new field of regenerative medicine, society is now faced with a major dilemma: Is the potential to cure millions of a wide range of chronic debilitating diseases overshadowed … Continue reading → Continue reading
In George Buchner’s time, the German state was akin to a well-oiled machine. Society and politics were systematically integrated in a way that required no thought from its subjects. They only had to take their place as a cog in … Continue reading → Continue reading
Man acts based on the knowledge that he acquires, and his future is largely determined by his actions. The quest for knowledge is an old age pursuit. A number of methods to obtain knowledge exist, such as through direct observation … Continue reading → Continue reading
Charlie Chaplin brings lighthearted humor to a serious social commentary in Modern Times with his uncanny depiction of an automatic feeding mechanism and a robotic factory worker, reversing the viewers’ normal expectations of the animate and the… Continue reading