A modern-day philosopher for those interested in communications and ethical dilemmas.
Artem Digest – Top Articles
Using Biotechnology to Extend The Human Lifespan
Biotechnology today has become an incredibly advanced and expansive system of using both biological beings, such as plants or animals, as well as technologies that are constantly evolving the process. The question to put forward now is: how far should biotechnology go to benefit and extend the human lifespan?
Why Research is Important for Public Relations Strategies and Tactics
The number of benefits that conducting research can potentially give to businesses is nearly immeasurable, although to management it can be completely measurable by financial gains.
Nader vs. Friedman on ‘Government Regulations’ and Consumer Rights
In the interview between Ralph Nader and Milton Friedman, “Government Regulation – Too Much or Too Little?” with moderator Hugh Sidley (1979), Nader and Friedman discuss just that. Does the United States government have too much or too little regulation on businesses, enterprises, or our consumer autonomy?
Marketing Schemes of the LuLaRoe Company: Can We Take Good From The Bad?
The company LuLaRoe has recently taken the stage as being an incredibly unethical and selfish enterprise, and this is because it has become largely known as a pyramid scheme. What can be taken from this situation is to look at the advertisement and public relations strategies and tactics that made LuLaRoe so popular in the first place, and then to see if those methods can potentially be reproduced or utilized by more wholesome companies.
Artem Video – Top Videos
Autopilot, Analysis, & Intentionality – Making Sense of Heidegger’s Being and Time with Husserl
Heidegger’s Being and Time, right off the bat, is quite difficult to understand what Heidegger is trying to achieve. In this video, Artem Alex and Loren Danger talk about the difference between two conscious modes: Autopilot Mode (Habit) and Analysis Mode (Meta). Heidegger uses the term “Care” but here, to make more logical sense, Heidegger’s professor Husserl’s term “Intentionality” is better to explain the spark that one finds between the Autopilot and Analysis Modes.
Nietzsche and Gene Roddenberry on Perspectivism – Truths, Morals, and Money
In Nietzsche’s Beyond Good and Evil, he talks a lot about the Truth and this had lead to the theory of Perspectivism. Taking someone who declared himself as the “philosopher of the future” and then combining them with someone who wrote a universe set in the future, Gene Roddenberry, may be the route to take for our future.
- Understanding “The Secret” (The Law of Attraction) and its Egyptian Origins
- Nietzsche’s Views Aligned with Buddhism: Is Nietzsche’s Ubermensch a Buddha?
- My Hero’s Journey through College and University
- Hank Azaria and The Creators Behind “The Simpsons” are Taking a Stand Against the Use of Blackface in Entertainment
- The Actors Fund “The Hollywood Arts Collective” Campaign: A Community Relations Formal Case Study
- Stoic Ethics in Epictetus’s “The Enchiridion” [Summary]
- Autopilot, Analysis, & Intentionality – Making Sense of Heidegger (Being and Time) with Husserl
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