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Midterm Paper: Ethics “10 things La Sallian can learn from Aristotelian Ethics” Submitted to: The Faculty of the College of Liberal Arts and Communications Social Sciences Department Professor Evelyn Perez Submitted by: Badilla, Zephres V. PSC22 Bondoc, Joseph Aaron R. PSC21 Brando D. Paglinawan IEE32 College of Liberal Arts and Communications De La Salle University – Dasmariñas
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In the 21 st century, man had progress further from its origins, from the age of stone, to the age of wars, to the reconnaissance periods, to the era of space race, until the age of modernity, in every era there is a pattern revolving around its center and that is society according to Aristotle society is the center of all. It is alive and have its own parts in order to sustain itself and that is man, as Aristotle and Plato point out the role of man in the society, man, itself cannot exist without society and society itself cannot exist without its part, hence Aristotle says “man is either a political animal or an outcast like a bird which flies alone” and for Plato man need to do its good part in order for the society to flourish and society need to have a strict rule in order to achieve stability which was written in his book The Republic. These words are still applied in the modern age, the age of negative discovery where questions are richer than answers, the age of millennials, the age of us la sallians belong to, the so-called age of E-technology. In the midst of all this progression, does morality have its place in such fast-paced society, does ethics still in work in midst of these changes, do la sallian our generation can learn something from the arguments of Aristotle and many ethical philosophers, the answer is “Yes”. In this sense, the modern generation is much more pronged to the vast sin that man could do, even though history can be a source of learning it was never used the way it should be but as Aristotle says “In many cases, great pleasure obscure man perspective”, and that is reality for this generation.
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