PHI105 CAPTONE Refining Personal Philosophies Through Education

PHI105 CAPTONE Refining Personal Philosophies Through Education

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Refining Personal Philosophies Through Education By: Danielle Davis Axia College October 14, 2009
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At the start of this course, I really had never read or really even bothered looking up anything to do with Philosophy. This has all changed of course, I find light and tranquility in the readings of some of our late Philosopher’s have left us to read and learn from. I never thought about “obligation” as something that even professional’s use in the work force. When we decide to take on the social service profession, we are required to carry out every obligation to those we help with a high level of competence. Usually, we must have some college level of education before starting any social service job and are required to consistently enhance our knowledge skills to better serve the public needs. Competence in this profession also suggests we share new knowledge and skills we may acquire with the social service industry as a whole. This is great as long as we take the initiative, which is a big part of being competent. Jean-Paul Sartre had some good ideas about self and morality, which relate to my view of
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