Throughout the history of the world, many philosophers have contributed to the moral and ethical…
In the 19th and 20th centuries, philosophers asked new questions about what it means to be human. Under new social pressures like industrialization, some advocated that people reconnect with nature to understand their individual importance. Others claimed that modern society demonstrated that individuals have no control and that life is meaningless. No matter their differences, all contemporary philosophers center on the “problem” of being human.
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