Philosophy - Carleton Sui SzeTo Jeff Withey Philosophy of...

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Carleton Sui SzeTo Jeff Withey Philosophy of Life 1213 MWF 3:30pm Question #2 Philosophy I believe love does make a family a glorious place. I also agree that fun is fun but happens only when the responsibilities and needs are met, and I see eye to eye with Steinsaltz about some boyfriends and girlfriends not being friends at all. I think a family can be either semi-commercial or commercial, because no matter what, family is the most important thing in life. You cannot put a price on that. Some families do keep accounting, others do not. I believe that they must not, because a true loving family does not and should not keep accounting. It would almost be like holding a grudge. It does not matter rather or not the family is keeping accounting, they can still be friends with one another. Although some relationships cannot contain friendship, such as parents to their children, the parents need to strictly be parents to children. I think families can give gifts, because I think gifts are signs to show one’s appreciation for the other’s love. In my
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This note was uploaded on 09/11/2011 for the course PHIL 1313 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '10 term at Oklahoma State.

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Philosophy - Carleton Sui SzeTo Jeff Withey Philosophy of...

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