Philosophers, psychologists and neuroscientists have passionately argued whether moral judgments share something distinctive that separates them from non-moral matters. Moral monists claim that morality is unified by a common characteristic and that all moral issues involve concerns about harm.
For the first time, a new economic analysis has linked kindergarten pupils' misbehaviour to significant societal costs in terms of criminality, associated medical expenses, and lost productivity as they grow up.
Already earlier research at Stockholm University has suggested that only humans have the ability to recognize and remember so-called sequential information and that this ability is a fundamental building block underlying unique human cultural abilities.
Travelling to exotic locations is an excellent way to broaden one's horizons, but jet lag may be an unpleasant side effect. Adjusting to a new time zone is frequently accompanied by weariness, difficulties sleeping, and a slew of other issues that may turn an otherwise great vacation into an unpleasant one.
According to a new study from the Universities of Surrey and Oxford, Loughborough University, and Radboud University in the Netherlands, activating a brain region with electrical noise stimulation may improve mathematical learning in those who struggle with the subject.
"A mass campaign is going on against the government to tarnish the image and sabotage the projects of the Kerala government. The central government is trying to handle the cooperative sector, Home Minister Amit Shah himself is taking initiatives for it, " CPIM state secretary MV Govindan Master said.
Citing dialogues from Shah Rukh Khan's latest bollywood movie Jawan, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Friday said that it is only Aam Admi Party that asks for votes from the public over promises made to people on education and health.