Technology is the level of know how that is advanced by human beings to affirm the discovery process of the existence of various particulate matter, materials and substances in the biosphere and by extent the human environment. In advancing the argument in technological discoveries, one needs to delve on the schools of thought and the premises that have been advanced by various scholars and philosophers on the impact and influences of the technological advances. Fronting a discussion on the possibility of there being the alien technology requires one to make relation to the schools of thought that have been fronted by Sartre, Hume, Dewey, Kant, and Mcttagart. This paper aims to discuss the impact that the discovery of alien technology would have on the schools of thought postulated by philosophers Sartre, Hume, Dewey, Kant, and Mcttagart.
To begin with, there is a grain of proof that affirms that alien technology has been discovered and is currently on the verge of being applied to aid the various human process and existence. The existence of the alien technology, therefore, affirms the thinking capacity of human beings to be on a gradual process to affirm the importance and value that they have on their day to day living. As such, the discovery of alien technology has a direct relation and impact on the thinker Jean-Paul Sartre. The thinking that is postulated in the schools of thought that have been advanced by Sartre can be affirmed as existentialism. Sartre postulates the thinking that the nature of the human beings enables them to offer continuity in the process of discovery of various things on space. Sartre affirms that human beings have the ability to have a continued process of discovery of various equipment and materials that exist on the human space. As such, there is a clear and precise impact that finding alien technology would have on the thinking that has been documented by Sartre. In the school of thought that is advanced by Sartre, there are two things that drive the mind of a human being, that is, consciousness and the object of consciousness. The two aspects that exist in the minds of human beings affirm that the human beings have the innate power and capacity to perceive what seems to exist within their ability. The in itself approach that Sartre postulates in his school of thought further affirms the ability of the human mind to make conclusive discoveries on what seems not to be in existence within the naked eyes and horizon of an ordinary thinker. The major impact is the affirmation that the ability of human beings to seek continuity with the entire process of discovery is a proven belief and an affirmed school of thought.
Second, finding of the alien technology has a significant impact on the philosophical premises that have been laid by David Hume. The philosophical documentation of Hume mainly focused on the religious beliefs that are being advanced by various religious sects. According to Hume, the philosophical judgments and the ability of human beings to think is an innate process that is independent of the beliefs that are advanced by various sects and varying non proven happenings and incidences. Based on the premises that are written by Hume, the brain of a human being is the source of the perceptions that he or she advances. The human perceptions are the foundation stone of making judgments on what exists and what does not exist. Perception, to a larger extent, does not really mean that what is perceived actually exists but rather the perception points to a possible existence of a particular thought or idea in the real world. As such, finding and discovery of the alien technology is set to have a greater impact on the thinking that is advanced by David Hume. The discovery of the alien technology is set to affirm the fact that the human perception of the alien technology has led to the discovery of the alien technology thus affirming that the arguments that are presented by Hume are indeed true.
Third, the arguments that are presented by philosopher John Dewey are impacted by the finding of the alien technology. According to the arguments by Dewey, the mind of a human being is mainly driven by the set of ideas that pop up. The ideas enable the human being to recreate the environment that he or she lives in. Through the ideas that a human being is able to develop, advance and postulate, there a series of factors and issues that enables the human being to remodel the environment and the conditioning that he or she needs to have a conducive environment of thought. The thought patterns that individuals have enable them to have the conception of what they ought to have. In the world of technology, there are often the needs of exercising ones brain or one’s mind to have the conformity with the projection of the latter years. The projection compels the strong willed human minds to develop ideas from the current technological advancements and predict the status of technology in the near future. As such, the finding of alien technology is tantamount to the discovery of future while still in the present world. As such, the discovery of the alien technology affirms the beliefs that and school of thought that are advanced by John Dewey.
Fourth, the set of premises that has been postulated by Immanuel Kant also have a proof of direct effect from the set of arguments that can be got from the finding of the alien technologies. According to Kant, the mind of the human being has the ability to grasp and enable the human being to truly understand the intricacies of what is happening in their day to day world. As such, the mind of the human being has all the set of data and comprehension capacity to fathom all that exists in the current world. In essence, the whole world is stored in a subset of the human being. The finding of the alien technology, therefore, is set to bring out a remarkable impact on the set of arguments and premises that are being fronted by Immanuel Kant in his discussion and perception of the human mind. According to Kant, the human mind is what makes the human being to learn thus playing the role of the teacher. By extension, Kant further affirms that the mind of the human being has all the learning aids that are needed to have an understanding of the intrigues of the current world. As such, the mind of the human being is not able to undergo any learning process as is the expected case. From the arguments presented by Kant, the development, finding and discovery of the alien technology pre existed in the mind of the human beings but in a suppressed form or nature though. There are validities points of disagreements between the arguments that are presented by Kant and the finding of the alien technologies. The impact that the finding of the alien technologies, therefore, have on the arguments that are fronted by Kant is that the human minds needs to learn thus the point of dissent with the premises that are fronted by Kant.
Finally, philosopher John McTaggart has also developed a set of arguments that seem to have a relation with the finding of the alien technologies. According to McTaggart, there are valuable points of concern in the consideration of finding of alien technologies with regard to time. McTaggrat argues that time can be viewed as an A-series or the B-series. The A series is the determination of time in three phases, that is, past, present and future. The B-series is the advancement that the determination of time takes place in the form of later or earlier. As such, according to McTaggart, the determination of time is relative. In relation to the finding of the alien technologies, the time is in the present tense thus fits in the A-Series of the argument that is fronted. Since time is progressive, the finding of the alien technologies was past at some point in time and will be past at some point in time thus affirming the A-series school of through. Furthermore, the finding of the alien technologies could also be categorized as earlier or later depending on the relative factors that one looks at while fronting the argument. As such, there is no one point of direct relation between the arguments and premises that are fronted by McTaggart and the arguments that are fronted reading the finding of the alien technology. Therefore, the arguments that finding of the alien technologies could have an impact of the philosophical premises that have been advanced by McTaggart have no valid basis of proof. As such, it is conclusive to assert that there is no any substantive impact that can envisioned regarding the finding of the alien technologies on the arguments fronted by philosopher McTaggart.