HOMEWORK Week 8 PHL 1010
Yes, Socrates did have a good death because prior to his death, he learnt to detach himself from
his body and was fearless about it.
He believed that his time on earth has been prosperous and will continue to be on to his next lif
HOMEWORK Week 4 PHL 1010
Q1. When I was younger, I had a kind of wonder similar to the one Needleman describes. My
childhood years, as I recall, were filled with endless thoughts about life, my purpose in this life,
what life really meant, the true meanin
HOMEWORK Week 9 PHL 1010
He needs to step out of the shadows and images inside the cave. The allegory cave does work
because human beings are confined inside some sort of cave, they do not know the full details of
what is outside this cave. It would take
HOMEWORK Week 10 PHL 1010
Needleman claims that there is an idea that still continues to play a role into our current lives, the
same idea that played a part during the ancient times. This idea of giving attention to the soul
continues to be misunderstood
HOMEWORK Week 6 PHL 1010
It is never right to do wrong in return for wrong because such an act harms your soul. Socrates
held the position that one must never, under any trying circumstances, wrong those who has
treated him unjustly. This would apply to h
HOMEWORK Week 7 PHL 1010
Yes, the ontological argument fails because it does not disclose as much information as it should.
Therefore, it is full of tricks and frustrations.
Knowing a God does exist does not disclose enough information because as a human
HOMEWORK Week 3 PHL 1010
"What I want to learn from this course and why"
*Philosophy fascinates me and has always fascinated me from a young age. I would like to learn
about the essential elements that make up a human being-the need for the human race to
HOMEWORK Week 5 PHL 1010
Socrates is being immoral for resisting Criton's words because Socrates fails to stand against this
evil that Criton mentions. Socrates stands before those [the jury] who have judged him unjustly
but does not take the easy way out
HOMEWORK Week 2 PHL 1010
I believe that there is a huge difference/gap between things and situations.
Things are just the objects of thought that human beings put into different matters, as a result,
they do not play in the equation of the world we live i
HOMEWORK Week 1 PHL 1010
Needleman's Indestructible question is: "Who am i?", "What is the Self?"
The question "What is the Self?" is contained behind the wall of appearances and it is this
question that man constantly questions. He asks about the meaning