PHI200Week5DQ2 - The association of philosophy in my own...

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The association of philosophy in my own life considering my future education and career go together because I intend to be a teacher. The more I teach myself the more I can share with the universe. I suppose that my future schooling is endless so throughout continued learning I am working on further validating what I judge and/or feel I discern. Knowledge is a lifelong practice. I believe that children are our hope. I respect that each child is a unique entity and has the capability to bring something irreplaceable and distinctive to humanity. I hope that I can and will be a significant resource to many youngsters not only in instructing them with the material that I have discovered in textbooks but with my life experiences. I feel that if I can alter the life of at least one child then my vocation is fulfilled. Teaching is not just a profession for me I deem this is my calling because it is something I have always longed to do. Philosophy lets us access the phenomena around us lacking bias with estimations about the ideas we think we know
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This note was uploaded on 01/08/2012 for the course PHI200 200 taught by Professor Thomasmaccarty during the Winter '11 term at Ashford University.

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