Immanuel Kant's Moral Philosophy

Immanuel Kant’s Moral Philosophy – Simply Explained

The world we live in is guided by actions and these actions are defined by our morals and ethics. Philosophers have, for centuries, argued that morality comes from God or some other form of supernatural being. This thought was also transformed into an idea that morality comes from us but that comes to us through a divine being that created us. This thought was challenged … Continue reading Immanuel Kant’s Moral Philosophy – Simply Explained

0 Tips for Coping with Depression

10 Tips for Coping with Depression

Depression can be on those days where doing anything becomes a great challenge, even something as simple as getting out of bed. During my depressive phase, which is a prominent phase due to my Bipolar, I needed help so I focussed on researching the internet while also discussing things with my support group and therapist.  The article, even though, will be focussing on someone who … Continue reading 10 Tips for Coping with Depression

Science Behind N-95 Masks – Explained Simply

A normal mask works like a window-shield for insects, where the holes are of a smaller size than that of an insect. This method is good enough for a simple protective mask but not when dealing with serious issues like heavy pollution or wild-fire smoke or in our current scenario, the Covid-19 pandemic. In cases like the ones mentioned, we need the protection of an … Continue reading Science Behind N-95 Masks – Explained Simply

Vaccine, Discovery and Types

What are Vaccines – Discovery & The Four Main Types

Vaccines contain the same germs that cause the disease. Center of Disease Control (cdc.gov) Yes, they are right, but what they went on to clarify is that vaccines contain either weaker strains or dead cells of the pathogen. A vaccine makes your body behave as if there is a disease and simulates the anti-body behaviour and subsequently creating an immunity to the disease because now … Continue reading What are Vaccines – Discovery & The Four Main Types

Sikhism - Philosophy of Humanitarianism & 6 Awesome Deeds

Sikhism – Philosophy of Humanitarianism – 6 Times they shined help

He who has no faith in himself can never have faith in God. – Guru Nanak Sikhism was founded in the late 15th century by Guru Nanak in the Punjab region of (then unified) India, the members are known as Sikhs and their faith is called ‘Gurmat’ meaning ‘the way of Guru’. After being established by Guru Nanak, it was led by nine successors, but … Continue reading Sikhism – Philosophy of Humanitarianism – 6 Times they shined help