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Al LeBlanc commented on Emma Mesropyan's blog post What it means to be an educated person?
"Emma:  Generally agree with your views.  Seems to me that certain professions and  STEM  justify a formal degree (e.g., education, medicine,law, clergy and (science, technology, engineering and mathematics).  One can argue a…"
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Emma Mesropyan commented on Emma Mesropyan's blog post What it means to be an educated person?
"The desire for continuous development and improvement of skills is impressive. But the text is more about a philosophy of concept. What makes a person "educated" in the modern world? Who should be considered "educated" at all?…"
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Al LeBlanc commented on Emma Mesropyan's blog post What it means to be an educated person?
"Emma: Thanks for creating and sharing your thoughts on "....an educated person." Generaly agree, however, many outstanding examples of self-educated persons without formal degree.  I have earned four degrees (ASEE, BSIT,and BBA…"
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Moussa commented on Emma Mesropyan's blog post What it means to be an educated person?
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What it means to be an educated person?

I like this thought: "Only educated are free". (Epictetus) Education is not about indocrination or unification of thinking. Education opens our minds, forces us to search for truth, work with different ideas critically. I think that an educated person is free from prejudices and imposed opinions. Thus, educated person is not afraid to be original, free to tell his…See More
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Communication, Culture, Economy, Education, Ethics, Globalization, Innovation, Justice, Labor, Peace, Science
Tell everyone a little about yourself and what you hope to gain from the Global Ethics Network.
I am 21 years old. I graduated from Stavropol State Agrarian university in the Accounting and Finance faculty with the bachelor's degree.
And now I'm getting a bachelor's degree in Project Management, and a master's degree in Science Communication at ITMO University.
I hope to form the most faithful and accurate representation of the ethical and moral state of the world. And also determine the discussion topics in the field of international ethical norms, the achievements of communication and the development of the national economy.

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What it means to be an educated person?

Posted on September 29, 2019 at 6:00am 3 Comments

I like this thought: "Only educated are free". (Epictetus)

Education is not about indocrination or unification of thinking.

Education opens our minds, forces us to search for truth, work with different ideas critically.

I think that an educated person is free from prejudices and imposed…

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A hero of 21 century. Who is he?

Posted on November 5, 2018 at 10:11am 0 Comments

The relevance of studying this issue is determined by the need to define who the real hero is. Nowadays the concept of «heroism» is constantly discredited in modern society. We often consider people as heroes those who have nothing to do with heroism. The «heroes» always flashing on the pages of newspapers, magazines, TV screens are politicians, show business stars and so on. As a rule, they do not deserve it at all. But no one will ever be able to abolish eternal values, just as the concept…

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Is it important to live in a democracy?

Posted on September 11, 2018 at 2:00pm 1 Comment

Mesropyan Emma, student of Stavropol State Agrarian University 

Currently the most optimal political regime is democracy; democracy means the power of the people. Obviously, any liberal, defender of humans, humanist, everyone who considers himself a modern progressive person believes that it is good; the most important public problems should be solved by popular vote. If any country, for example, China, which has a developing industry and an expanding domestic market, does not…

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