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My Personal Philosophy of life.
My Personal Philosophy of life. Philosophy of life will be different between each person. A persons philosophy will vary depending on ones life experience. I believe that no two people will have seen life in the same way. There would be many people that have similar philosophy on life but none of them would be exactly the same. I will share my ideas and thoughts on what is my philosophy of life. The way have experience life has made me change my way thinking more then once, am sure it will change again. What is my purpose in life? What is anybodyâ€™s purpose in life? Thatâ€™s a question that we all deal with, why are we here, what is the point of life
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our capitalistic democracy. As John Locke would say, there is a tacit consent among our society (Moore 321). Adam Smith reiterates this notion with his “Invisible Hand” concept, that when society is free to pursue self-interest, common good becomes a byproduct of the interest of individuals (Bowen 294).
In the beginning of this class, when we took the “What is Real?” survey, I rated God a 3. When I was younger, I claimed to believe in God, but for the wrong reasons. It wasn’t because I truly felt there was a God, it was more because there were several people in my life that I knew wanted me to believe. Before that, I claimed Atheism, but in my adult life, after
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Running head: GREEK PHILOSOPHY
November 03, 2009
Greek Philosophy is a great civilization that is very much still a part of our culture and everyday living of today. These great men discovered things that were too advance for their life time. Without them, society of today will not have geometry, logic or natural sciences. The term philosophy is Greek in origin meaning “love of wisdom.” (Owens, 2003) Pythagoras suggested that “wisdom is something divine and man cannot be truly wise but a lover of wisdom.” (Owen, 2003)
Greek philosophy began around 1200 B.C.E. Historians believe that it was
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My current teaching philosophy incorporates motivation, commonality, other’s characteristics, making a difference, and relevance, as well as, values, the learning environment, and student/teacher relationship. First, I think the subject that is being taught should motivate the instructor. Knowing what one’s motivation is will enable a continuous cycle of success in student/teacher interaction. A motivated instructor learns as much as possible about the subject and passes it on to the student. In turn, the student is motivated to apply what is learned. A motivated instructor motivates the student. Ultimately, this will be a common occurrence. Teaching should maneuver the learning
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The book The Republic by Plato, was written in Athens around 380 B.C. Around that time Plato wasn’t so happy with the conditions in Athens. This book is focused on the conception of justice and what it is to be just. This theory has been presented differently by each of the characters in the book, which are Cephalus, Polymarchus, Thrasymachus, and Glaucon. However, Socrates is the one who is given a challenge: to prove that justice is good and desirable.
The book starts off with Cephalus giving his own conception of justice, which he believes to be “justice is nothing more than honoring legal obligations and being honest”. However, Socrate’s counterexample
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able to learn about life, and the world around them, and thus become the best people they can be. I believe education is not only found in a classroom setting, rather education is everywhere. You learn something from every incident you are exposed to, to every experience you have and every person you meet. With that in mind the overall purpose of education is; fundamentally learning right from wrong, but emotionally it is to bring profoundness to ones expression and to ultimately broaden ones perspectives in becoming a unique and successful individual. My personal philosophy is that all children need to have freedom for expression and creativity. I want students to freely learn both aspects of fundamental curriculum, and personal awareness, that way each child can become the individual, they want to be, when they want to be it. This philosophy is important to me simply because I believe it addresses the appropriate elements in becoming a prosperous Australian citizen.
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reality, which, is why my philosophy of education is Progressivism. This course has opened my eyes to the many different situations that will arise while I am a teacher and how to handle them. While doing this it truly helped me figure out that I lean more towards the progressive side of teaching. I always relate my stories with something that can help them not only in school but also in life. I feel as if this class helped me even open my eyes to the world around me and got me thinking what teaching really is all about.
Also while being in this class we got the chance of going out in the field of work and getting the chance to be hands on with real students and situations. I feel as if
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The Philosophy of Socrates
I believe Socrates is the most influential philosopher of all time is the great Socrates. It is simply astounding that such well thought out ideas were formed thousands of years ago. I enjoy how Socrates spent his life striving to help others teach themselves rather than simply throw information at them. Socrates dedicated his life to better himself as well as others, and that is why I consider him the best philosopher of all time.
Before devoting his life to philosophy, Socrates served in the Athenian army, which was required of all citizens. Socrates was widely known for his bravery and courageousness, traits that showed throughout his lifetime. It is
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Intro to Music Education
Philosophy of Music Education
My Philosophy of Music Education
Music is more than just notes on a page, pitches, and rhythms. Its more than just learning how to play an instrument or learning to sing well. Its an emotional learning experience, where not only are you physically involved, but you are emotionally involved to the point where your soul is touched. Music can express things in a way that words are inadequate of accomplishing. Music is a universal language of beauty. It brings people together, promises hope, peace and joy, and heals even the deepest of wounds. To me, music is something that speaks to me and impacts my life in very powerful ways and I
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Philosophy of Discipline and Classroom Management
January 29, 2014
Philosophy of Discipline and Classroom Management
I believe Classroom Management is the key component in any educational setting. I believe that if students are in a safe environment, then learning can take place. This doesn’t necessarily mean punishing behavior problems but rather a combination of setting the tone in a class, preventing behavior problems with interesting and engaging curriculums and effectively including all students in the classroom so that their needs are met. Having the right environment for all students to learn is my major goal of implementing good classroom management
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medication administration, complete treatments as ordered by the physician, and provide appropriate wound care. In providing quality nursing care to clients, the client attains improved health results and quality of life.
In conclusion, my nursing philosophies are to promote client advocacy, maintain client respect, and implement accuracy of care. Since I was a small child I have wanted to help others in need. Becoming a nurse gives me the sense of helping others while giving back to my community. It is important to provide excellent client care while also providing a safe, healing environment. Nursing is about compassion and understanding of needs whether it is physical, emotional, or scientific. As a nurse, I am committed to lifelong learning.
gsmeagle2918. 2010. Philosophy of Nursing. Retrieved Saturday, Jun 23, 2012, from http://allnurses.com/showthread.php?t=485449
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Introduction to teaching 1301
My philosophy is that an educator is the most valuable resource our country has. Of all the jobs or careers in this world none of them would be possible without teachers. There are two main points to my philosophy, why teachers are important and who teachers are.
Teachers are very important in our society because we need them to provide our youth with the knowledge and social experiences they will need to improve their future and the future of the entire planet. Teachers are more than just people who relay information about a certain subject. Who teachers are, they are anyone and everyone. Teachers are grandmothers
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evaluate a person without evaluating their health, nor can you contemplate an environment without encompassing the person. Likewise, health cannot exclude the influence of the environment. These factors build upon the concept of nursing and elaborate on what nursing really is.
Keywords: nursing, philosophy, health, person, environment, beliefs, nursing domains
Philosophy of Nursing
My name is Quyen Thi Napiontek, and I am 24 years old. I have a husband and beautiful 2-year-old daughter. I was born in Biloxi, Mississippi, and I have spent most of my life here. I have an innate curiosity about people and science, and I like to combine that curiosity with assisting others. I feel a nursing
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Subjective Essay on Feminist Moral Theory
Do men and women have different morals perspective? I would venture to say that if asked, 9 out 10 people will answer, “yes”, for different reasons. A large number of feminist seem to believe so as well.
All beliefs are influenced by something, as children, the influence usually comes from our parents or whoever we are raised by. In saying that, morals are introduced to us as youth. As we evolve into young adults we encounter other influences, decide what makes most sense to us as individuals, and we start to develop our own morals/ethics. Our surroundings also play a large part in our moral approach. In the book Elements of Moral Philosophy it
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Religious Philosophy Article Critique
Axia College of University of Phoenix
I believe that yes, a person’s religious views should effect the way they treat others. In Christianity, we follow in the footsteps of Jesus Christ, whom never sinned. He is still the Holiest person below God, but as God. Jesus knew that his purpose on earth was to do the will of his father and in doing so he was humble and compassionate to those that he healed, and at the same time he was also to the point and direct when he needed to be. He knew everything about everyone then just as he does now.
Jesus’ treatment of others shows people that they can be like that to and still care even if
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Curriculum Philosophy Paper
HRWD 6713: Curriculum Design
Submitted: October 6, 2012
In mathematics, there is a rule called the order of operations which instructs a student to solve certain steps first, before calculating others steps to arrive at an accurate solution to a mathematical expression. Similarly, society teaches an order of operations to life in that students are to first, matriculate through secondary education to attain foundational skills in support of man’s progression in society; second, enter into college to gain skills and knowledge to prepare for survival in society; third, graduate from college with
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mute and as motionless as a paralytic. Such one is not disciplined but annihilated. We claim that an individual is disciplined when he is master of himself and when he can as consequence control himself when he must follow a rule of life”. (Montessori, 2007b, page 51). A truly disciplined child is one who is in control of his movements, actions and behavior. He/she is able to concentrate on his/her work and has self-respect, respect for others and the environment around him. A child who has self-control and is able to find deep concentration and fulfillment in his/her work is a disciplined child therefore; punishments or rewards have no place in his/her life.
In order for this inner
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It is important to be able to distinguish between a valid argument and a sound argument. A valid argument is one in which the
conclusion follows necessarily from the premises, such that if the premises are true, the conclusion must also be true. A sound
argument is one that is valid and the premisses are true (hence the conclusion is also true).
Here is an example of a valid deductive argument with true premises and a true conclusion (notice it is in the form of a syllogism):
Premiss 1: If the North won the Civil War, then the slaves were freed.
Premiss 2: The North won the Civil War.
Conclusion: Therefore, the slaves were freed.
But consider this argument:
Premiss 1: If the South
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Q) Critically assess the charges against and the defence given by Socrates in the apology?
The apology- a compilation of Socrates dialogue- is a rare collection of works done by Plato which we must treasure. This work gives us a distinct clear picture of what must have happened in Athens in the 5th century. Each deep mystifying dialogue, if interpreted properly, unveils realities leaving us either enlightened or puzzled.
Apprehending, such an abstruse matter, is indeed a tough task. So there may be a possibility of us misinterpreting him.
First we feel that Socrates has misinterpreted the message of 'Oracle'. He has only partially
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ARISTOTLE’S PRUDENCE IN UPHOLDING THE VANISHING FILIPINO VALUE; DELICADEZA
A Termpaper Presented to Dr. Rodrigo Abenes,PH.D
Rogationist Seminary College-Manila
In Partial Fulfillment
of the Requirements for the Course
Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy
Sem. Joseph Jeric C. Umangga
ARISTOTLE’S PRUDENCE IN UPHOLDING THE VANISHING FILIPINO VALUE; DELICADEZA
Ancestors during their times are known for being disciplined and decent citizens.Ancient law makers had filled the Philippines through instituting laws, rules and regulations to provide the citizens a peaceful and orderly way of life
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Sample Talent Management Philosophy
We achieve results through people. Therefore, our success hinges on our ability to effectively attract, engage, and reward talented people.
As a national organization, we compete for talent across sectors, organization sizes, and geographic areas. To be successful, we must attract high caliber people who can grow with us. Attracting a talented work force requires a strong employment brand. Therefore, we are committed to creating a culture of excellence which rewards performance, supports professional growth and development and values diversity. In addition, we seek to treat each person as an individual and to create
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others. This learning process starts right after birth or after the emergence from the womb. It is Socialization that fills the tabula raza mind we come into existence with. Socialization technically starts at the early stages of life, this learning process continues all through life in most people, unless some physical disability or mental infirmity ceases or stops the learning process.
Human infants are born without any culture; they must be transformed by their parents, teachers and others into culturally and socially adept beings. The general process of acquiring culture is referred to as socialization. During this process, we learn the language of the culture we are born into. While
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days. Paying players would make even more of a mockery of education. This is not to say that sports cannot teach a person important life lessons, but the world of college athletics has become so prominent and so competitive that things like education are not being taken as seriously or viewed to be as important as success on the field. I think this fact can apply to some of the theories presented by Aristotle’s Virtue Ethics. College administrators work with athletic departments to provide student-athletes with an enriched education and a high-performing sports experience. They are trying to aim at the good but often fail to hit the target, just as Aristotle says, because of how difficult
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the Free-Will Defense and discussed how these attributes reflect and support this defense as well as deepen the meaning of it. Then lastly, I applied scripture as an example of both free will and the existence and orchestration of a God who is not just omnipotent and wholly good, but so much more. Thus explaining what I have come to believe, that God and evil coexist.
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Lewis, C.S. "Problem of Pain." Fellowship
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Paulo Sison - MKMGT 2D
Philosophy is the study of general and fundamental problems, such as those connected with reality, existence,knowledge, values, reason, mind, and language.
Importance of Philosophy
By studying philosophy, people can clarify what they believe, and they can be stimulated to think about ultimate questions. A person can study philosophers of the past to discover why they thought as they did and what value their thoughts may have in one's own life. There are people who simply enjoy reading the great philosophers, especially those who were also great writers.
Philosophy has had enormous influence on our everyday lives. The very language we speak uses classifications
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the Baroque characteristics. The elements also allows illusions to produce the emotions that were a focus of the time. This included Corinthian columns, life-sized angels as well as an oval dome with hidden windows to allow for the interior to be illuminated.
Examples of Philosophy
The fourth examples of the Baroque time were in the philosophy. The philosophy of this time again reflected the events in the environment and focused on change but in this case it was about life changes. The philosophy of this time also can be seen as “pessimistic obsession with human intellectual capacity” (Robbins, 2005, p. 236). One example of philosophy was written in The Discourse on Method
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is evidenced, and relates the results to the life and witness of the Christian community.” Systematic theology is the study of Scripture in its entirety. This covers diverse subjects such as both the Old and New Testament, church history, missions, and counseling.
“Biblical theology is simply theology that is biblical, that is, based on and faithful to the teachings of the Bible.” Millard J. Erickson also refers to Biblical theology as “the right kind of theology”. Systematic theology that is taken directly from Scripture will correlate similarly with Biblical theology.
Historical theology is the study of the church and the theologians from within church history. Systematic
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the opening scene in the movie when two children are playing the origami paper game in which the girl reads that “Dream is your destiny”. It shows at the end of the movie that the boy who received this fortunetelling note was actually the protagonist and the dreamer throughout the movie.
Philosophy of Life from the Characters’ Perspective
While the protagonist is going through many dream sequences, many characters either become the part of his story or come randomly, however, all center their talks around philosophy but in a different perspective each time. These philosophical norms either relate to or directly convey the psychological theories of human existence like personal identity
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restful and to simply be there for them so they are not alone. Despite the fact that this is the most difficult part of the job emotionally, there is something extraordinary about making the elderly patient feel that they are not going to pass away alone. The author's devotion is to God, her family, and her patients. God is what gives the author courage and direction, particularly amid the troublesome times. It can be a battle to be a spouse, mother, companion, and nurse but it is confidence that keeps the author going when times become difficult. It is having a little effect in somebody's life that is the most compensating and why the author loves being a nurse.
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Aristotle(384-322 B.C.E.) Was one of the greatest thinkers of all time? He was the teacher of Alexander the Great and a student of Plato. Aristotle was also one of the most important figures in Western Philosophy. His writings were some of the first to incorporate ethics, logic, science, and metaphysics. His influences on physical science stretched into the Renaissance. In his writings on ethics, he reflected that ethics were practical and not theoretical. He wrote that to achieve morally
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this extension of life is reachable. With improvements in medicine and technology we can only see further development in the extension of life.
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. to about 1350.
* Medieval philosophy is theocentric in its character.
* During the decline of Greco-Roman civilization, Western philosophers turned their attention from the scientific investigation of nature and the search for happiness in this world, to the problem of salvation and life in another, better world.
* The torch of civilization in Western Europe was carried mainly by the Christian Church, where thought were conducted under the context of Christian doctrines.
* By the 3rd century AD, Christianity had spread throughout the Roman Empire. The religious teachings of the Gospels were combined by the Fathers of the Church with many of the philosophical concepts of the
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and business strategy.
Physical science is an encompassing term for the branches of natural science and science that study non-living systems, in contrast to the life sciences. However, the term "physical" creates an unintended, somewhat arbitrary distinction, since many branches of physical science also study biological phenomena. The foundations of the physical sciences rests upon key concepts and theories, each of which explains and/or models a particular aspect of the behavior of nature.
Marketing is the process used to determine what products or services may be of interest to customers, and the strategy to use in sales, communications and business development. It generates the
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life experiences that cause us to think the way we do, and we are not to blame if they are different than others.
This was what influened me a lot the philosophy, from any other electives course and general education courses because, I understood the real philosophy of life. All other courses, I learned alot, but somehow, this connected me and my life. These courses are really helpful in my daily life’s and I have used my skills and tact knowledge that I got from this program.
Conclusion, I also learned that it is much easier to produce a good piece of writing if
I am kept interested. By choosing our own topics, rather than have the teacher give us topics to write on, we often are much
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life philosophy that leadership is everything- leadership is service. Nursing is so important to me because I think nurses can and should be tomorrow’s leaders in healthcare. So let me backtrack and clarify my personal life philosophy by saying it is all about giving back. It is me taking the knowledge, experience, and skills that were rightfully gained and applying them to helping others, to lead, to teach, and to inspire. My future nursing career is not about how much money I make or about who works “under” me, it is about serving others and putting people before you regardless of status, cliques, and labels. Nursing means the world to me.
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as if Walton's wish for a friend has come true. Except this new guy, Victor? Kind of nuts. Here's his story, as told to Walton:
Victor started out like any normal kid in Geneva, with his parents adopting a girl named Elizabeth for him to marry when he was older. You know, totally normal. At college, he decides to study natural philosophy (like a rudimentary physics) and chemistry, along with chemistry's evil twin, alchemy. In about two years, he figures out how to bring a body made of human corpse pieces to life. (We couldn't even manage to finish high school in two years.) Afterwards, he's horrified by his own creation (no…really?) and is sick for months while his friend Henry Clerval nurses him back to health.
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think too much about their life.
Socrates also taught that many people can look at something and not truly see it. He asked questions about the meaning of life and goodness. These are still very important questions. Much of philosophy is about these things.
Socrates is seen by some people as a martyr, since he willingly died to support the idea that knowledge and wisdom are very important to our lives.
Socrates is known as one of the most important philosophers in history He is often described as the father of Western philosophy. He did not start Western philosophy, but he had a big influence on it. Before Socrates, philosophy was mainly about mathematics and answering questions about our natural world. Socrates expanded on that and added questions about ethics, politics, and epistemology to philosophy.
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Everybody has a different upraising making them each have different views on ethics. There are three different types of ethical theories. These types include the virtue theory, utilitarianism, and deontological. Ethical theory deals with how one should behave in relation to someone else.
According to IEP, Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy, “Virtue ethics is a broad term for theories that emphasize the role of character and virtues in moral philosophy.” Most virtue ethics take their inspiration from Aristotle. He stated that a virtuous person is one that has ideal character traits. A virtuous
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, Rosmersholm, and poses the question whether suicide is in fact justifiable.
In his philosophy, known as absurdism, Camus emphasizes that "There is but one truly serious philosophical problem, and that is suicide." The goal of this idea is to judge whether or not life is worth living in a meaningless world. Camus defines the notion of the absurd as something that expresses an essential disharmony in our existence. He emphasizes that this is product of a clash and "confrontation between our man and his own obscurity" (Camus, 494) . In other words, Camus explains that we are free agents in this life, and that we live by a sense of meaning and purpose, and under this acceptance, we feel at home
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Carvakas were ancient supporters of philosophy that assumed religious indifference and disbelief in contemporary philosophical theories, ideas and suggestions. The term Carvakas was used to denote the philosophical school of ‘Indian Materialism’.
In its most basic sense, “Indian Materialism” refers to the school of thought within Indian philosophy that rejects anything surrealistic or supernatural. It rejects the existence spiritual, non worldly entities such an soul or god and the after-life. Their primary philosophical import comes from science and naturalism, thus they rejects ethical systems that are grounded in super naturalistic beliefs. The good, for the Indian materialist, is
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* Brahmins teach the insights of the Vedic literature which deals with all aspects of life including spirituality, philosophy, yoga, rituals temples etc. By spreading the Vedas philosophy and by accepting back from the community, the Brahmins receive the necessities of life. A Brahmin must wake up two hours before sunrise. After getting up and bathing in cold water, the Brahmin performs sandhyavandana and japa. He then goes through aupasana and agnihotra which are sacrifices to the Gods. Then the Brahmin does brayhmayajina which is the daily study and chanting of the Vedas. Later on in the day the Brahmin must teach his disciples the Vedas. Near the end of the day a Brahmin must
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merely imposed by the Church without giving any explanation. The Medieval Church dominated everybody's life. Many people were obliged to follow this religious belief, without they themselves deciding it. This way, Aquinas and Anselm came to the conclusion that by explaining and reasoning the existence of God, believers would trust more and new believers would join the Christian Church, and that is exactly what they did.
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even more greatness. The Qur’an serves as the primary source of information and authority for Muslims, much as the Bible does for Christians. With this in mind, evaluate Islam’s historical influences on law, philosophy, and the arts in the Muslim world.
Write a 1- to 2-paragraph response for each of the following questions. Provide examples to illustrate your thinking.
1. What is the legal ideal in Islamic law? How does the Qur’an inform and guide Muslims in attaining this ideal?
a. I think the legal ideal of Islamic law is that Allah prepared all men for all the necessities of life and in the progression of life. For this world and the next, he prepared everyone and
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Leadership has many dimensions and leaders have many factors that make them who they are, whether great or small. Leaders are shaped, molded and brought to their fullness by their perceptions of the world, their life experiences, people they have encountered along the way and how they develop their capabilities.
Current View of Leadership
Fortunately, this learner has had the opportunity to make an informed decision about how
I perceive leadership. To this learner Leadership is the ability to take charge of a situation and
move individuals to act on issues or situations they might normally never consider taking action on. It is this
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Benjamin Franklin is one of the most beloved figures from American History. An elder statesman by the time of the American Revolution, Franklin was considered by many in both Europe and the American Colonies to be the epitome of what it meant to be an ‘American.’ He was considered a leading intellectual of the period as well as publisher, inventor, diplomat, and political philosopher. Franklin’s Autobiography was originally intended for his son, but was published publicly soon after his death in 1790. His story captures observations on colonial American life in Philadelphia as well as his views on literature, philosophy, and religion.
After you have read Benjamin Franklin’s Autobiography
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supermarkets, grocery stores, convenience stores, franchised Ben & Jerry's scoop shops, restaurants and other venues.
Product: "To make, distribute and sell the finest quality all natural ice cream and related products in a wide variety of innovative flavours made from Vermont dairy products."
Economic: "To operate the Company on a sound financial basis of profitable growth, increasing value for our shareholders, and creating career opportunities and financial rewards for our employees."
Social: "To operate the Company in a way that actively recognizes the central role that business plays in the structure of society by initiating innovative ways to improve the quality of life
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-rounded student that not only has an intellectual side but also an emotional, social, and moral education as well. For a teacher to go beyond the basic lectures to grab their attention and guide the history class to discover how the material can relate to their life is a key factor if following the progressivism philosophy. Also allowing the students to discover how they can relate the content they are presented with in their history class will promote progressivism in the classroom and encourage problem-solving in all areas of the student’s lives. In the American history class instead of the students saying “Why do you have to learn this stuff?” they will be able to see first had why the
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Chuang Tzu took the Taoist position of Lao Tzu and developed it further.
Chuang argued that our life is limited and the amount of things available to learn is unlimited. To use the limited to pursue the unlimited is simply foolish
He had a unique skeptical philosophy that treated him as an individualist
Chuang Tzu is also a complete anarchist. He believed that the world “does not need governing; in fact it should not be governed.” He also proclaimed that good order results spontaneously when things are let alone.
Our future or the next part of our path (Tao) is affected by a set of natural forces.Chuang Tzu
Main Message - Connect with the Wisdom of the Natural
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DBQ2: ANCIENT GREEK CONTRIBUTIONS
Many of the roots of Western civilizations can be traced back to the ancient Greeks. They made long-lasting contributions in the areas of art, architecture, philosophy, math, drama, and science.
Socrates, Aristotle and Plato were three philosophers. Socrates was a well-known teacher in Athens. Socrates was famous for questioning about life, and also about "why"" Socrates once said to a court "The unexamined life is not worth living. When teachers ask questions that encourage students to draw conclusion they are using the “Socratic Method”. Socrates did not write any books he believed it was better to debate. He
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Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche (/ˈniːtʃə/ German: [ˈfʁiːdʁɪç ˈvɪlhɛlm ˈniːt͡sʃə]; 15 October 1844 – 25 August 1900) was a German philologist, philosopher,cultural critic, poet and composer. He wrote several critical texts on religion, morality, contemporary culture, philosophy and science, displaying a fondness for metaphor, irony and aphorism.
Nietzsche's key ideas include the Apollonian/Dionysian dichotomy, perspectivism, the Will to Power, the "death of God", the Übermensch and eternal recurrence. One of the key tenets of his philosophy is the concept of "life-affirmation," which embraces the realities of the world in which we live over the idea of a world beyond. It further champions