NRinger_FinalProject_12112011

NRinger_FinalProject_12112011 - Final Project Political...

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Final Project Political Thinking Sunday, December 11, 2011 Natalie C. Ringer Rasmussen College
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Course Project 2 Philosophy is defined as “the study of the fundamental nature of knowledge, reality, and existence, especially when considered as an academic discipline; a set of views and theories of a particular philosopher concerning such study or an aspect of it; L ove and pursuit of wisdom by intellectual means and moral self-discipline.” (Dictonary.com, 2011) All of these definitions are appropriate to explain the true meaning of the word philosophy. Many people have their own philosophy about life and the way life should be lived and no one can tell them that their belief is wrong because we all have the ability to make our own choices, judgments, and believe the ideas we want to believe. Aristotle’s history and defined psychological outlook will be explained in the first paragraph. We will discuss his beliefs about government and how he felt that people needed to be more involved with the world and decisions that were made about them. Also discussed will be his political philosophy and how it affected the world and the leadership of these times. Aristotle’s spiritual beliefs will be outlined and how his feeling on the way of man made him the person that he was. His logic and physics will be covered and how this logic created the ideas that are still being discussed centuries
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