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it is attributed mainly to the changes brought by technology.

these changes were brought about by the interplay of different factors but essentially, it was brought about by what?

what are the two timelines in history?

what does BCE stands for?

what does AD stands for?

what does BC stands for?

what does CE stands for?

in what era does the human condition of our early ancestors' primal need to survive paved the way for the invention of several developments.

it is an "upright man" and lived between about 1.89 million and 143 000 years ago. they used fire to cook

known as the "wise man" and lived from paleolithic age or stone age about 200 000 years ago. they used stone as simple machine.

what are the ages before common era?

what are under the stone age?

it is used to move more quickly through the use of chariots and other wheeled vehicles.

it is used to shape stones for the creation of tools. created by chipping the stone away to create an edge.

continued using this to control their environment, socialization, and cooking. also used it for hunting to scare animals toward kill sites.

this allowed humans to kill their target from longer ranges, helping to keep them safe.

depicts a rudimentary carving of a voluptuous woman out of ivory or stone during the paleolithic period.

it allowed cities to achieve more successful warfare and defense, it is more efficient unlike neolithic age

used to prepare, contain, cut, and cook foods, also used as personal grooming tool

used fur and animal skin for comfort against harsh winds and environmental conditions

supreme military weapon primarily used in battles. two standing persons, a driver and a fighter using bow-arrows or javelin.

also called as Anthropocene extinction or sixth extinction. pertains to the ongoing extinction of several speies-both flora and fauna due to human activity

how many species have already been discovered on earth to date?

how many species do we not know?

how many species are erased from existence everyday, including today?

what are the causes of holocene extinction?

humanity's primary goal was change from?

due to technology, lesser women and children die during birth. advance medical care for premature infants

science has able to prolong lives by enhancing living status. distribution of remedies and medicine is more easier

access to education to more individuals has made easier.

higher country income is brought by high productivity, which indicates the presence of technology.

what are the essence of technology?

he argued that its essence or purpose and being are different from each other.

a means to achieve man's end. it constitutes human activity, each period reveals a particular character regarding man's being.

One of the many ways to perceive the world. Because of the technology, we view the world as a field of resource.

renewable and non-renewable

are reduced into the amount of productivity they are able to render during their lifetime

ultimately, technology aided the human being in revealing the truth

a lot of people still subscribe to religion in explaining the things that they do not know

most people especially today depend on the scientific explanation of things that they do not know

seemingly occurring in a rapid pace that our morality cannot quite keep up. it offered us one compelling notion of the truth and the good

who said that the task of understanding the things in the world runs parallel with the job of truly getting into what will make the soul flourish?

it is the aim of the theoretical sciences

it is the end goal of practical ones

who said that “TRUTH” is the aim of the theoretical sciences, the “GOOD” is the end goal of practical ones

is the first philosopher who approached the problem of reality as "scientific" lens and the first thinker wo dabbled into the complex problematization of the end goal of life: happiness.

he thought that things in this world are not real and are only copies of the real world of forms

a process and a phenomenon that happiness in the world and is consant

claims that despite the reality of change; things remain and they retain their ultimate 'whatness'

recognized changed as a process and as a phenomenon that happens in the world, that in fact, it is constant.

he was convinced that reality is full of these seemingly constraining manifestations of change and permanence.

what are the two worlds that can explain the two aspects of reality according to plato?

the entities are only copies of the ideal and the models and the forms are the only real entities

things are changing and impermanent

disagreed with his teacher’s position. He forwarded the idea that there is no reality over and above what the senses can perceive, it is only by observation of the external world that one can truly understand what reality is all about

for aristotle, it is the process that is inherent in things

claims that happiness is the be all and end all of everything that we do. We may not realize it but the end goal of everything is happiness

Declared the Greatest Happiness Principle by saying that an action is right as far as it maximizes the attainment of happiness for the greatest number of people.

what are the schools of thought?

a person who considers material possessions and physical comfort as more important than spiritual values.

who were the first materialists?

Is a term most often used to describe the philosophy that pleasure is the most important pursuit of humanity.

the pursuit of pleasure; sensual self-indulgence

a person who believes that pleasure is the most important thing in life; a pleasure-seeker.

comes from the Greek word hedone "pleasure" and is related to hedys, which means "sweet."

who started hedonism?

Another school led by Epicurus. Apatheia original term, means to be indifferent. Spoused the idea that to generate happiness, one must learned to distance oneself and be apathetic.

Describes any person, action, or thing that seems emotionless and almost blank

Does not pertain to how many gods you believe in, is how you define them, or how you worship them. Its merely the belief that at least one being of higher power exist and influence our lives here on earth

two types of theism

is the belief that there is only one being of higher power. This idea is associated Christianity, Judaism, and Islam, who worship only one god

is the belief in many gods. A good example of this is the religion known to be Hinduism. Hindu believe in one supreme god, but also have millions of other gods and goddess that they recognize.

As another school of thought espouses the freedom of man to carve his own destiny and to legislate his own laws free from the shackles of a God that monitors and controls

See themselves not merely as stewards of the creation but as individuals who are in control of themselves and the world outside them

the current count of household with tv set already reached 15.135 million

82% of urban homes & 52% of rural homes own at least one television set

a german student, was successful in his attempt to send images through wires with aid of a rotating metal disk that had 18 lines of resolution

a device used to send images through wires with aid of a rotating metal disk that had 18 lines of resolution, called

created a new system of tv by using the cathode ray tube

types of tv system

made the world's first mobile phone call

what phone did Motorola made their 1st commercial mobile phone available to the public

how long can you use the motorola dynatac 8000x and how long does it takes to charge

who designed the analytical engine which was used as the basic framework of computers

what was the first computer released in april 1981

people become reclusive because of these devices. They became dependent on these and they no longer take time to get out and mingle with others.

children can easily search the web and go to different websites without restrictions which allows them to read, see and hear things not suitable for their age

appropriate theory which can be used on these dilemmas that focuses on the positive rather than negative.

is the science and the study of robots.

is an actuated mechanism programmable in two or more axes with a degree of autonomy, moving within its environment, to perform intended task

means the ability to perform intended task based on current state and sensing without human intervention

includes active human-robot interaction

excludes active human-robot interaction

is a robot that performs useful tasks for humans or equipment excluding industrial automation application.

is a service robot used for noncommercial task, usually by laypersons.

a service robot used for commercial task, usually operated by a properly trained operator.

was one of the first countries to develop service robots.

earliest conception of robots

the earliest robots as people know them were created in the early 1950s by George Devol

unimate from the words?

what are the laws formulated by isaac asimov

The mantra of the humanist is eat, drink and be merry for tomorrow we die.

The belief that pleasure is the most important thing in life

The largest and most powerful particle accelerator in the world.

School of thought that espouses the freedom of man to carve his own destiny.

Who disagreed that there is no reality over and above what the senses can perceive?

Led a school whose primary belief is that the world is made up of and is controlled by the tiny indivisible units in the world called atomos.

Whereas “truth” is the aim of the theoretical sciences, the “_______” is the end goal of the practical ones.

What is the central idea of stoicism?

What is the primary focus of hedonism?

School of thought espoused the idea that to generate happiness, one must learn to distance oneself and be apathetic.

A global network of interconnected computer networks that use a standardized set of protocols, or rules, to transmit and exchange data

Declared the Greatest Happiness Principle by saying that an action is right as far as it maximizes the attainment of happiness for the greatest number of people.

Who said the thought that things in the world are not real and are only copies?

What is humanism?

A person who considers material possessions and physical comfort as more important than spiritual values.

What is the belief in multiple gods called?

A system of thought that rejects religious beliefs and centers on humans and their values, capacities and worth.

What is the opposite of theism?

Humanism rejects the idea of an afterlife or an eternal soul

What is NOT a characterisitc of theism?

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Test your knowledge of historical timelines and terminology related to technological changes. Explore the impact of technology on historical events and eras.

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