Week 1 Assignment - Origins 1 Socrates was a great philosopher of all times who sought not only for the broadening of knowledge for him but also

Week 1 Assignment - Origins 1 Socrates was a great...

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Origins1. Socrates was a great philosopher of all times who sought not only for the broadening ofknowledge for him, but also possessed others to trespass the limits of consciousness andquestion the order of common life. He was able to make one understand that this one knowsthat he does not know anything; he questioned humans in such a way that forced theirunconcerned mind to become an inquiring one. In other words, Socrates could not see his lifewithout constant development in the sphere of knowledge.To my opinion, his famous phrase: “An unexamined life is not worth living” very clearlyreflects the Socrates’ above mentioned relationship towards knowledge. It in a way says thatone that has no aim in life – and any aim inquires at least an attempt to finding something out,i.e. examine a needed aspect which broadens an overall knowledge– dares not to live. 2. The anthropic principle basically says that the universe is perfectly suited for the goodliving of the human on the Earth, and, thus, the existence of human on the Earth is not arandom event. One of the easiest examples for the literal understanding of this principle maybe seen on the moon which causes flows and ebbs on the Earth. If the moon would be slightly

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