Philosophy is one of the most ancient arts and sciences that has -- historically -- centered around it's literal name: ‘philos' (love of), ‘sophia' (wisdom). In the ancient world, this love of wisdom was not separated into competing arts and sciences. Philosophy included natural sciences, ethics, religious discussion, the arts, and more. In the modern . . .
There are over 6,500 languages spoken in the world today. And while 2,000 of those languages have fewer than 1,000 speakers each, each gives us clues to our collective past, access to customs and knowledge of the presence, and a unique lens through which to view the world. Even dealing with just the most popular . . .
Within the practices and professions within medicine, a mixture of medical knowledge, judgement, and proper data is undoubtedly important. With that said, a mountain of medical knowledge or judgment is almost useless without an ability to gather information about a patient, gather information about a health condition, and effectively deliver a treatment. Technology is -- . . .
The whirring of gears, sensors that turn a device off or on based on temperature, and the unique curvature on the front of your car all have one thing in common, they were crafted by mechanical engineers. When you really start to look around, there's very little in our modern lives not affected by mechanical . . .
Traced back in time, the English word ‘marketing' has its roots in the town markets of 16th century Europe. In bustling city centers of the renaissance, vendors curried for position to catch the eye (and wallets) of curious passers-by. Over the years, marketing has progressed as a sort of art (and in recent history a . . .
High salaries. Flexible work settings. High job demand. Helping others. Many jobs fulfill one or more of these values, yet few jobs offer all of them. But the field of physiotherapy is lucrative, flexible, in-demand, and measurably improves people's lives. This health profession has plenty of well-compensated openings, all aimed at helping people live healthier . . .
Lawyers- are they the staunch defenders of law and order or ruthless sharks of the corporate world? Do they uphold the law or look for loopholes in it? Popular culture has given us plenty of images and ideas about attorneys, from "To Kill a Mockingbird" to "Legally Blond." And while the real-life work of lawyers . . .
“The world is the geologist’s great puzzle-box; he stands before it like the child to whom the separate pieces of his puzzle remain a mystery till he detects their relation, and then his fragments grow at once into a connected picture beneath his hand.” — Louis Agassiz A geology degree is associated with strong job . . .
"The genius of the French language, descended from its single Latin stock, has triumphed most in the contrary direction - in simplicity, in unity, in clarity, and in restraint." — Lytton Strachey Charm is subjective, right? Perhaps it's unfair to claim that one language sounds more beautiful than others, but it's difficult to argue against . . .