PHIL 1301 - Lesson 1 Reflection

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PHIL 1301 – Lesson 1 Reflection Convenience The variations of vocally defining the word philosophy between five individuals and self could be explained as similar, but only with the common ground that all responses lacked full clarity or absolute definition of the term. Philosophy, from Greek roots meaning “love of wisdom” (Ch. 1, pg. 2), can be described in my mind that it is the yearning to constantly contemplate, question, or share opinion on several subjects in what is considered “life”. In reading the first chapters I have come to the conclusion that my assessment of what defines Philosophy is truly based on my own interpretation and reflection on what I deem is either logical or contradictory to others opinions and statements to that of my own. Now the concept of philosophy can share relation in personal standards, values, authenticity of facts and awareness of truth, integrity, contentment in what told to be true and religious beliefs. (Ch. 1, pg. 3) “The ability to always seek knowledge”, “the understanding of existence and/or reality”, “the study of the mind”, “the art of being in deep thought”, and “the study of
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