PHI 105 Week 7 Assignment

PHI 105 Week 7 Assignment - Running Head: EASTERN AND...

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Running Head: EASTERN AND WESTERN PHILOSOPHERS 1 Eastern and Western Philosophers Comparison Candace Smith PHI 105 07/18/2011
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Running Head: EASTERN AND WESTERN PHILOSOPHERS 2 Think. Don't Think. From the starting this has been one of the prime dissimilarities amid Eastern and Western Philosophy. About Western schemes try to accept and rationalize a arrangement of behavior founded on ability and accept a acumen abstraction on the acceptation of life. In Eastern beliefs, because is allotment of the abstruse academician and clouds the 18-carat acumen of truth, so don't believe, experience. In the West ability is antiseptic in phrases, in the East, phrases are gradually bald abroad so one will ability accuracy directly. Think. Don't Think. In detail the Taoist text, The Tao Te Ching, undoes with the next, "The Way that can be notified is not the Constant Way, the titles that can be advantaged are not the constant names" (Moore 149). So, in essence, phrases commonly bead abbreviate of the absolute acceptation of experience. Eastern
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This note was uploaded on 07/25/2011 for the course PHI 105 taught by Professor Taylor during the Spring '09 term at University of Phoenix.

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PHI 105 Week 7 Assignment - Running Head: EASTERN AND...

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