The term “happiness” is understood in ethics as the attainment of triumph and fulfillment. According to Aristotle’s argument, happiness is the highest goal of human beings(Allan 65). According to Aristotle, the majority of humans view happiness as achieving honor or physical pleasure which he disputes to be a wrong understanding of what good life is.
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Introduction             Collins’ book (2001) is one of the leading books in the business industry as far as management is concerned. It depicts how companies and organizations strive to evolve from the state of being good to great enterprises. In addition, it shows how organizations and companies can fail to embrace the evolution and remain
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Descartes’ Method of Doubt Descartes refers to a rationalist who had thoughts concerning life that were documented. His date of birth was in 1596 but later passed on in 1650. Descartes emphasizes that there is need for individuals to reason critically before they declare to accept things that are in existence. This implies that individuals
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Value of Life to the Youth In a society, young people reflect the future. This is because they are perceived to be leaders when the current ones have retired from their positions. However, the youth incur a lot of problems while they are still young. The get exposed to social media and emulate activities that
Technology is transforming teaching practices in modern learning institutions. Higher learning institutions use technology to conduct research and provide recommendations on best teaching practices. My philosophy entails introducing technology to children in early childhood institutions. It is through technology that children will survive in future economies. Innovation is an objective of this philosophy as it
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Was America justified invading Iraq? Individuals across the globe protested against the actions that made Americans to attack Iraq. This invasion was bound to happen because President George Bush had already decided on the action. This implies that nothing could change the attack from happening; even after the UN Security Council did not support the
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René Descartes Philosophy Born in the 17th century, René Descartes was a French philosopher and mathematician. He is considered the father of modern philosophy. In the field of mathematics, Descartes developed the Cartesian coordinate system (Descartes, 2013). As a philosopher, he shifted the concerns of earlier philosophers, which were majorly based on theology, towards a
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From the view point of Bertrand Russel, philosophy is to be classified according to the effects it has upon those who take it seriously. In his book, he mentions that viewing philosophy is a result of having “wrong conception of the ends of life” and “the kinds of goods which philosophy strives to achieve” (Russell
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Explanation In his claims, Locke implies that human beings are in a state of liberty not a state of license. The state of nature is characterized by the liberty of people to do everything that is deemed best for them without seeking consent from anyone. Also, state of nature also requires human beings to treat
The history of philosophy is awash with great individuals who developed landmark philosophies to understand human behavior. However, very few can stand shoulder to shoulder with Socrates; an ancient Greek philosophy with a seemingly endless wit and philosophical perspectives on social and political spheres of life. That Plato, the great philosopher, was his student is
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