Eric Echeanda Lube
Prof. Vicente Alonso-Reja
Philosophy of the Person
18 September 2016
Socrates was not highly acclaimed by many men in Athens; this is why he is facing the
Athenian court. In the past, Socrates had been accused of studying natur
Eric Echeanda Lube
Prof. Vicente Alonso-Reja
Philosophy of the Person
21 September 2016
The Republic: 434e-445e
Socrates opens up this part by stating that Glaucon and he have tried to create the best,
just city. This is because the city is a reflection o
Minaldy V. Cadet
September 23, 2016
Journal 1: Question 2
Beliefs and values are what drive people to leave their comfort and safety zone behind for
something relatively great and much more rewarding. The characters weve encountered in texts
thus far are
Philosophy of the Person Final Study Guide
What does Epictetus think happiness is like?
Epictetus is of the belief that we are able to control our own happiness and emotion by thinking
about the world in a different way. Often, our unhappiness and despair
Philosophy of the Person I: Final Exam Review Sheet
Socrates: What was the guy like? Why was he not a sophist? Etc.
Spent time questioning others, want them to question their lives; he wasn't a
sophist because he didn't charge a fee/ didn't claim to have
Similar to Rousseau, Palahniuk sees a problem with civil society. Throughout the
movie, Fight Club, the narrator struggles to find his true identity. His lack of identity
becomes apparent when he goes to multiple support groups and never writes down his
One can see that the two main characters, Behrani and Kathy, are clear
representations of the characters of Creon and Antigone. Their situations are vastly
different, yet one can sense the similarities in the emotional and mental capacities of each
The movie 13 Conversations About The Same Thing focuses on one idea
throughout: What does it mean to be happy? Happiness as we understand is feeling or
showing pleasure or contentment. Both Plato and Aristotle would be disappointed at this
Antigone sat on the stand, her heart beating out of her chest as she tried to answer
the prosecutors questions. The room felt uneasily cold when she entered, but now she
felt like she was burning up. Each question made her heart beat a litt
When I think of self-worth I cannot help but reminisce about my time at my old
high school, Burke Mountain Academy (BMA). BMA is not a traditional high school; the
school enrolls fifty students each year, all of who are ski racers. The friendships I made
One cold day sometime in the midst of World War II Henri Kramer, a Catholic
priest from Luxemburg, was released from his holdings in Dachau. His temporary leave
presented a moral dilemma within himself and his loved ones. Henri is a man of the
Willie Stark is not a one-dimensional character; his attitudes and actions
transform and shift throughout the movie. At the beginning of the film Willie seems like
quite an agreeable character, one of high moral standards and honest intentions.
In a world with or without God, it can be argued that evil does not exist. The idea
of evil can be seen as a human construction that allows people to discuss and consider the
lack of good or suffering within humans. The question that must be a
The Nicomachean Ethics, written by Aristotle, has prodded the minds of countless
generations, instructing people on the function of man and how he should act. Aristotle
uses the Ethics to delve deep into what fosters eudaimonia within a human. On the
Boston College PL071-37
Philosophy of the Person II
Exam 3 Review Questions
1. What is the Tyranny of the Majority? Explain Mills conception of political freedom, his
concern about a tyranny of the majority, and his suggestion for a
What does it mean to make a promise in Nietzsche's opinion?
Why was making others suffer considered a great joy?
Why does Nietzsche believe that gods were invented?
How does the relationship between buyer and seller relate to th
How can man have his own right to truthfulness?
Does a lie only harm the person that it is told to?
Is being honest not a duty for all humans?
Does truthfulness have any exceptions?
What does Kant mean when talk about honesty
1. Why must life be turned against itself?
2. What are aesthetic ideals?
3. What is the only way that we can approach objectivity?
4. Does Nietzsche believe that nihilism is a sickness?
5. What is the ascetic priests role in nursing the sic
Ensure agreements and policies are in place
Marking highly sensitive documents as confidential
Separating confidential information so that no single person has complete control over
Taking the proper measures to protect confidential inform
Why didnt Kierkegaard believe in social organization?
What is the chief organ of the public?
What does it mean to feel ones reality as reflected in something external to oneself?
What is vitia splendida?
Why is it that
1. Why do all acts of law exist only to reach an end?
2. So the only way to understand morality is to first understand human actions?
3. What is the greatest happiness principle?
4. What is the difference between higher and lower quality pl
1. How do people come to see themselves as good?
2. What power do the common people hold over the poor and weak people?
3. Since he uses dark and black as negative terms, would he agree with Hitlers decision to
eradicate the non-Aryan peopl
1. Is King comparing himself to the Apostle Paul?
2. What does he mean when he says, tied in a single garment of destiny?
3. What are the four basic steps in any nonviolent campaign?
4. What does nonviolent direct action seek to create?
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Davenport, Coral, and Marjorie Connelly. "Most Republicans Say They Back Climate
Action, Poll Finds." The New York Times. The New Yor
Was the Pope influenced by Socrates saying of Know Thyself?
What is Gods hidden purpose of will?
Why is there no competition between reason and faith?
Why is it essential that the values chosen and pursued in ones life be tru
1. What is love with an inhibited aim?
2. What role do women play in influencing children within civilization?
3. Why does civilization restrict our love object choices?
4. Where does civilizations hostility towards sexuality stem from?
What system is Johannes talking about?
Why does he believed that he will be ignored?
Why is he scared of someone trying to make sense of his writing?
Who are the Danish shareholders?
Why are there so many referenc
How does Freud describe the notion of an oceanic feeling?
How does the ego perceive itself?
Under what circumstances can memories be recalled?
Why does Freud believe that fear in the adult life stem from a yearning for paternal
1. Who were the ancient workingmens guild and what did they protect?
2. Is the Church opposed to the idea of socialism?
3. What two instincts govern the brute?
4. Is a mans personality the leftovers of what he cultivates on his own field?