Ethics stories, books, poems, and more

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Like other professions, writers also have a code of ethics that sets real impactful writers from posers and wanna be's. Read to learn how something lying in the shadows like the writers book of ethics can cast a shadow over writers and their careers and lives. Read More
This is a persuasive essay I wrote for a school assignment where I delve into the depths to find out the truth about Socialism and why it's a very dangerous choice that ultimately leads to destruction. Read More
This essay argues that all folks have a duty to be respectful, compassionate, and informed. Read More
In the runup to the hotly contested and politically charged 2016 Presidential election, O wrote a lengthy piece in one of my blogs that I've allowed to go dormant. Reading it today, I decided to republish a portion of that article here in a lightly edited version. I do this… Read More

Tags: politics, ethics

Poem / Poetry

May 30, 2020

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The Feminist Circle House

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Poem / Poetry

June 30, 2019

Reads: 262

Comments: 1

The Booksie Classic House

Which way would you go at the fork in the road of light or darkness. How far would you go to obtain the emotional feeling that you need to write about a dark subject. Is it better to write about dark subjects in the day or night time? Is there… Read More

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The Science Fiction House

A group of human astronauts discovers two alien races. Sequel to UNTIL IT'S GONE, SCARLET BEAST, and ICHTHYS. Continues in WHEN MUSES DIE, FORWARD TO THE PAST, and DEUS EX NARNIA. Read More
This is an assignment I did for a graduation project, There are many reasons I chose to research hackers but who cares about that. Looking at this now after doing more writing/research projects on my own this is hideous to look at and I'm amazed that I passed but, but… Read More

Poem / Poetry

February 15, 2017

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Comments: 1

The Booksie Classic House

i am not a princess to be saved but a Queen who can handle this shit very well... Read More

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The Booksie Classic House

the patterns in the wallpaper - the clouds in the sky. are the images we see more than we believe them to be? joseph cooper, war veteran and widower, is spending his last days in slow decline. with dementia taking the last of what he has left his days are… Read More
A poem about how far you are willing to go emotionally. How far are you willing to go, to put yourself in the mind of a character you are writing about in a book. Read More

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Comments: 8

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Michael has made his bed by following his own humanitarian beliefs. Now he must lay in it. Read More
A Jane Austen pastiche engaging with the ethical and philosophical questions encountered in the algorithmic programming of the safety features of driverless cars. Read More

Short Story / Fantasy

September 08, 2015

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A short story about a job interview, fantastic, terrifying, and beautiful creatures, and a huge moral dilemma. Can man ever really play god? Read More
Humanity seems to be on the decline heading towards destruction with a real decline in values and ethics. Within the world today, morals and ethics are on a decline and we have started weighing life in terms of materialism. Due to selfishness and compassion in societies, humanity is waning giving… Read More
Advances in hospital technology are amazing, and rapidly increasing in use. Designed primarily to extend life, often though, these machines simply prolong death. The consequences of prolonged death can have devastating effects on lives of the loved-ones of the critically injured or ill. It is scary to imagine what it… Read More

Book / Science Fiction

January 17, 2015

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Mine dives headfirst into the quaky territory of the ethics genetic engineering, and illustrates the conflict between the evil and beauty of it. Demonstrating the tension that can be caused between family, friends, and lovers, when something created by man is dropped into the equation. The main character Andrew struggles… Read More
Satis Shroff is a poet living in Freiburg, German and he writes this time about the trauma of Charlie Hebdo as well as the terrorist attacks in Paris and feels the pulse of the country he has been living in over thirty years. Read More
Imagine being asked to emcee an event. You read out someone's name, it is male, but you see a female in that recipient. How embarrassing! What a lesson. Now that you have an idea, why not read more? Enjoy. Let me know what you think. :) Read More
Introduction of new Booksie member. Read More
1 universe #1 how small are we in thought? Read More
When you have a conflict what goest through your thoughts? Read More

Poem / Poetry

November 11, 2014

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Comments: 1

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The desensitization of moral and ethics I believe is part of the beast as well as a person. People becoming a little colder a little meaner and having more of a temper overlooking morals. Read More
Poetic thoughts regarding both the body, and soul. Read More
This is a poem I wrote dealing with the themes of Nuclear War. I hope you like it! Read More
One of the most misunderstood statements made by Nietzsche is sadly his most famous one. Gott ist Tot. Is God dead? Is he dead biologically, killed by a biological subject by means of a material instrument with blood gushing out of his veins? Read More
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