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KAUSTUBH DIGHE replied to Moustapha Lo's discussion What is ethics?
"I agree with you that the majority of people are not rational and yes people are unable to agree on what is ethical. This in fact shows the subjectivity of ethics. For example in science, experiments like cloning and tests on animals is highly…"
Jan 14
KAUSTUBH DIGHE replied to Moustapha Lo's discussion What is ethics?
"From a philosophical perspective, ethics is a code of conduct grounded in morality affected by temporality and decided upon by a majority of rational people in that particular field. Therefore what it is an objective interpretation of subjective…"
Jan 12
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Is it important to live in a democracy?

Name – Kaustubh DigheUniversity- Rajiv Gandhi National University of LawCourse- UndergraduateTheme: Is it important to live in a democracy?Democracy is a civilized and sophisticated mobocracy of the majority. In the contemporary world democracy is the most prominent form of government. It owes its prominence to a lot of reasons like the American Supremacy in the Cold war ,contribution of the Greeks towards the developmental aspect of it and so on. Although the major reason for the rise of…See More
Dec 30, 2018
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Is it important to live in a democracy?

Name – Kaustubh DigheUniversity- Rajiv Gandhi National University of LawCourse- UndergraduateTheme: Is it important to live in a democracy?Democracy is a civilized and sophisticated mobocracy of the majority. In the contemporary world democracy is the most prominent form of government. It owes its prominence to a lot of reasons like the American Supremacy in the Cold war ,contribution of the Greeks towards the developmental aspect of it and so on. Although the major reason for the rise of…See More
Dec 30, 2018
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Is it important to live in a democracy?

Posted on December 30, 2018 at 6:16pm 0 Comments

Name – Kaustubh Dighe

University- Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law

Course- Undergraduate

Theme: Is it important to live in a democracy?

Democracy is a civilized and sophisticated mobocracy of the majority. In the contemporary world democracy is the most prominent form of government. It owes its prominence to a lot of reasons like the American Supremacy in the Cold war ,contribution of the Greeks towards the developmental aspect of it and so on.…

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