The human existence from the evolutionary stance appears to have landed on an ambiguous juncture where only a few can claim to have some vague idea of the future course of happenings. After millions of years of evolution and supposedly superior consciousness, one must argue that man-made systems governing almost all the facets of our lives should have evolved to perfection. Even at the least, they should have been in a better shape than they are as of now. This article is aimed at debating on our systemic errors from a philosophical perspective, their causes, effects and possible implications. It also touches upon the possible future outcomes if we continue…
Review of Plato's - "Republic".. Through the voice of his teacher Socrates, Plato defines what he considers the ideal forms of justice, leadership, social order, and philosophical discipline. At the same time, Plato tries to address the tension between the pursuit of individual self-perfection and public service.