SCIENTIA MORALITAS - International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research http://www.scientiamoralitas.com/index.php/sm <p style="line-height: 12.6pt; background: white; margin: 0cm 0cm 5.25pt 0cm;"><span style="font-size: 9.0pt; font-family: 'Lucida Grande'; color: #666666;">SCIENTIA MORALITAS - International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research is an open access, blind peer-reviewed Journal published by the Scientia Moralitas Research Institute. </span></p> <p style="line-height: 12.6pt; background: white; margin: 0cm 0cm 5.25pt 0cm;"><span style="font-size: 9.0pt; font-family: 'Lucida Grande'; color: #666666;">SCIENTIA MORALITAS is a multidisciplinary journal publishing a wide range of high-quality papers in the field of humanities, education, theology, human rights, economics, philosophy, juridical, political and communication sciences, religion, history, current events, legal and social issues, human behavior and so on. </span></p> <p style="line-height: 12.6pt; background: white; 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In today’s healthcare sector and medical profession, AI, algorithms, robotics and big data are used to derive inferences for monitoring large-scale medical trends, detecting and measuring individual risks and chances based on data-driven estimations. A knowledge-intensive industry like the healthcare profession highly depends on data and analytics to improve therapies and practices. In recent years, there has been tremendous growth in the range of medical information collected, including clinical, genetic, behavioral and environmental data. Every day, healthcare professionals, biomedical researchers and patients produce vast amounts of data from an array of devices. These include electronic health records (EHRs), genome sequencing machines, high-resolution medical imaging, smartphone applications and ubiquitous sensing, as well as Internet of Things (IoT) devices that monitor patient health (OECD 2015). Through machine learning algorithms and unprecedented data storage and computational power, AI technologies have most advanced abilities to gain information, process it and give a well-de?ned output to the end-user. Daily monitoring thereby aids to create big data to recognize behavioral patterns’ relation to health status in order to create predictions with highest mathematical precision based on big data capturing large-scale samples. AI thereby enlightens to analyze the relation between prevention and treatment and patient outcomes in all stages of diagnosis, treatment, drug development and monitoring, personalized medicine, patient control and care. Advanced hospitals are looking into AI solutions to support and perform operational initiatives that increase precision and cost e?ectiveness. Robotics have been used for disabled and patient care assistance. Medical decision making has been supported through predictive analytics and general healthcare management technology. Network connectivity allows access to a?ordable healthcare around the globe in a cost-e?ective way.</p> <p>KEY WORDS: Access to healthcare, Advancements, Arti?cial Intelligence (AI), Corruption-free maximization of excellence and precision, Decentralized grids, Economic growth, Healthcare, Human resemblance, Humanness, Innovation, Market disruption, Market entrance, Rational precision, Social strati?cation, Supremacy, Targeted aid</p> Julia M. Puaschunder Copyright (c) 2020 2019-12-26 2019-12-26 4 2 1 14 Migration and the Reassertion of National Identity in Europe http://www.scientiamoralitas.com/index.php/sm/article/view/40 <p>Identity and migration are often seen as descriptive concepts of dissentive qualities involving static, perene aspects versus dynamism and change. However, the opposite can be argued when looking at identity as a flowing, organically changing notion in contrast to a rigid and inflexible migration concept. This article highlights the points of intersectionality between national and European identity and analyzes the impact of the recent migration waves to Europe on the process of identity formation within the European Union.</p> <p>KEY WORDS: identity, nationalism, migration, European Union&nbsp;</p> Tamara Abigail Peicu Copyright (c) 2020 2019-12-26 2019-12-26 4 2 15 22 ‘Aging in Place’ in Bangladesh: Challenges and Possibilities http://www.scientiamoralitas.com/index.php/sm/article/view/41 <p>Being a country turning from developing to middle income; Bangladesh is facing a tremendous change in its family bonding and age-old social customs. Social and physical development is increasing, on the other hand, the dependency rate is decreasing to a great extent. It has become a burning question that what would be the future or social status of old age people in contrast to the young blood who are determined to build their own society according to their own interest. The research will bring to light the existing situation of a residential area of middle-income groups to ?nd out the problems are faced by the older adults living in there. It will draw a lucid picture to represent the current situation of the older adults are living in the so-called planned residential area of Bangladesh. ‘Aging in Place’ refers to, having people remain in their homes and communities for as long as possible and also avoids the costly option of institutional care and is therefore favored by policymakers, health providers, and by many older people themselves (WHO 2007). The older adult needs assistance or helps for leading their day to day life as they become unable to do all their works because of their health issues. As the hands for their assistance are decreasing, a question comes out often, is there any need for institutional care for them or the situation is still well enough for aging in place? The research will give an overview of the possibilities of ‘Aging in Place’ using proper statistics and case study analysis. While the overall situation says about the independence of the older adults, the assessment shows that there is a magni?cent opportunity to ‘Aging in place’ in Bangladesh.</p> <p>KEY WORDS: ‘aging in place’, older adults, displacement</p> Fawzia Farzana Tanmoy Malaker Copyright (c) 2020 2019-12-26 2019-12-26 4 2 23 42 The Moral Role of the Person in the Process of European Integration and Unification http://www.scientiamoralitas.com/index.php/sm/article/view/42 <p>The study aims to depict and evaluate the terms from the relation Individual-Person-Citizen, starting from the determinant role of the Person in the religious consciousness of the European Recent Man (Patapievici, 2001). We also intend to analyse his capacity and availability in assuming and concretising the religious vocation in a globalising post-modern world. From this perspective, the New Europe does not yet have a well-de?ned identity. We will analyse, from the Christian moral anthropology, the starting point of this historical process of the identity, convergence, integration and uni?cation of the European Union. We will highlight, in this context, the capacity of the Person – a concept promoted by the Cappadocian Fathers – in the process of overcoming the con?ict Individual-Citizen, which generated in time a series of con?icts on the audience and on the social moral prestige of the Christian faith and religious practice. Our approach will start from a Christian theological horizon of messianic eschatological expectancy, by assuming an analytical perspective generously o?ered by Orthodoxy. <br>KEY WORDS: person, European integration, European unification, subsidiarity, federalism</p> Stelian Manolache Copyright (c) 2020 2019-12-26 2019-12-26 4 2 43 57 Pluralism in the XX-XXI Century and the Option of Philosophical Counseling http://www.scientiamoralitas.com/index.php/sm/article/view/43 <p>The article outlines the phenomenon of pluralism and its challenges in modern and postmodern Western civilization. The pluralistic world is confronted with di?erent concepts of ethics and morality, which not so rarely trigger di?usions from which con?icts often derive. Practical philosophy can make a new constructive contribution through its neutral view on the modern pluralist world.</p> <p>KEY WORDS: Pluralism, consolation, moral, ethics, philosophy</p> Arthur Wagner Copyright (c) 2020 2019-12-26 2019-12-26 4 2 58 66 Beauty and Morality at Immanuel Kant http://www.scientiamoralitas.com/index.php/sm/article/view/44 <p>This article presents an overview of Kant's agreements on beauty and morality. For Kant, beauty in general, whether it is the beauty of nature or the beauty of art, is called expression. It is true that there is no science of beauty, but only a critique of beauty, no beautiful science, but only beautiful art. A science of beauty would imply scientific determination, that is, the judgment of the beautiful would belong to science which is not possible. Kant asserts that the intellect proves, by the possibility of a priori laws, that we can know it only as a phenomenon and indicates an over-sensitive substrate that is indeterminate.</p> <p>KEY WORDS: beauty, sensitive, a priori, morality, phenomenon, true</p> Claudia Buda Copyright (c) 2020 2019-12-26 2019-12-26 4 2 67 74 EDITORIAL http://www.scientiamoralitas.com/index.php/sm/article/view/38 <p>The formation of human morality and his affirmation as a morally free being, which fulfills acts in full knowledge of the cause, is considered to be one of the various expressions of human formation and affirmation, one of the complex modalities of the human being in general. Thus a conception of man must not only encompass what it is, but also what it can be or become, along with what it must be. The ethical subject, by its acts, principles and norms determines the materialization. The moral norms and the values that subscribe to them, ultimately concern the concrete action, respectively the moral deed. Moral principles and norms create a model of ideal, general and impersonal behavior. (Hum? 1981, 94,137).</p> Ioan-Gheorghe Rotaru Copyright (c) 2020 2019-12-26 2019-12-26 4 2 vii viii