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By far the most significant differences between the examples in the two articles are the results of the theories presented. In general, Sacks ' essay is a collection of stories about the occurrence of an idea, its rejection, the passage of time, and, finally, the idea 's acceptance. However, the theories that serve as examples in Kahn 's essay lack the happy ending, their process almost exclusively ends with rejection. For instance, take the case in Sacks ' essay of Oswald Avery. Avery 's research resulted in findings directly opposed to the accepted 'knowns ' of science.
Gathering from the two examples that Asimov shared, his meaning behind them is that even people like him who is labeled as “intelligent,” does do unintelligently things which he considered as “clear stupidity (par. 11). And that just because those that are labeled as intelligent, it do not mean that person is intelligent in real
A lot of people are stuck between both ideas, the advancements are great but they are also scared that the technology is going to become smarter than the humans and take over the world. Dowd talks about the argument between two guys Demis Hassabis and Elon Musk. The argument was about the idea of artificial intelligence. Hassabis is the creator of advanced artificial intelligence, and Elon Musk is completely against it. Hassabis is the co-founder of DeepMind.
According to Mark Bauerlein, those who were born after 1982, known as Generation Y, are the world’s dumbest generation. Bauerlein argues that this generation is not meeting the standards that he believes today’s technology should allow them to reach and it is hard to argue with all of his statistics on test scores, but Bauerlein obviously does not understand this generation. Who does he think is behind it all? It takes a genius to create new technology, no matter what the technology is used for or how other people perceive it. It did not just appear out of nowhere.
According to merriam-webster.com (2014), the definition of arrogance is, “an insulting way of thinking or behaving that comes from believing you are better, smarter,or more important than other people” (Def. 1). In the novels The Catcher in the Rye and Siddhartha, the main characters both possess the trait of arrogance, but both express the trait in different forms. The root causes for both characters arrogance are very unrelated, but both roots lead to the same ending. Two completely different characters from two separate books may seem hard to tie together, but through these two characters the definition of arrogance becomes gradually clearer and clearer.
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Chapter 38 proves to job that humans are far below the power of god then in chapter 42 job quickly shames himself for the previous things he said. The Epic of Gilgamesh and the book of job are similar because they both share themes characters and setting. These two books differ because the book of job because it has a major theme that discusses where humans stand in the world. Works Cited Fiero, Gloria K. The Humanistic Tradition. 6th ed.