Ambrozene we have to start again and again

Ambrozene RancharanPhilosophy of Life Lionel Andres Messi Cuttini once said, “Life without God is likean unsharpened pencil, it has no point. If we can’t be a pencil to writeanyone’s happiness, let’s at least be a nice rubber to erase everyone’s sorrows”.My comparison about life is a pencil. When the pencil’s point brakes or goesdull, we have…

UNDERSTANDING the conscious mind. His perspective became known

UNDERSTANDING HUMAN BEHAVIOR REFLECTIONS PAPER      2 AbstractThis paper will explorepsychology from beginning to present and all it’s extensive makeup in between.We will begin with the history of psychology and explore its past roots thatlead to where the field is today. Next, we will look at the major approaches inthe contemporary field of psychology. I will also…

What it means to do philosophy

Philosophy is commonly defined as the rational investigation into the truths and principles of knowledge and being. In my opinion, however, the act of doing philosophy goes much further. Philosophy has spanned over thousands of years and been applied to so many different situations it is simply too difficult describe it within a one sentence…

The ontological argument of Anselm and Gaunilo’s respons

In other words, it attempts to prove the existence of God without physical evidence, using only thought and logic. It has been argued by many that it is not intended to be used to prove the existence of God to a nonbeliever, merely to reenforce the beliefs of those who already believe. This is suggested…

In Plato’s most famous book, The Republic

In Plato’s most famous book, The Republic. It tells of Socrates talking to a follower of his Glaucon and is telling him what it’s like to be a philosopher, a lover of wisdom because most people, including ourselves, live in a world of relative ignorance where most people are imprisoned by their misperception that the…

Is direct realism naive

Direct realism, also know as naive realism, is the view that what we see, feel, & touch is real. That we can acknowledge that an object (e.g. a Candle) that is in a room is real, and that we can confirm this through our senses. For a direct realist there is no difference between appearance…

Hume, Austen, and First Impressions

Rodney Delasanta discusses David Hume’s and Immanuel Kant’s studies of philosophy in his article, “Hume, Austen, and First Impressions. ” Hume and Kant have destroyed philosophy, and human understanding in believing the truth. They both declare that man knows nothing about the truth; and they each explain human understanding. The world is in chaos because…

You know that you are reading this book

The statement “you know that you are reading this book,” has to be based on the premise that we can actually know anything as all. That, in turn, leads to questioning where we get our knowledge from in the first place. Furthermore, even if one was to find an answer, could it be proven sufficiently…

Why knowledge requires justification

Plato said that knowledge was justified, true, belief. That is to say that there are three conditions to be met, in order for something to be considered knowledge. Firstly, according to Plato, the subject of the knowledge should be true. For example, I cannot know, that 1+1=3, because 1+1=2.Furthermore, knowledge also holds the condition of…

Compare and contrast the philosophical contributions Nietzsche and Mill

Both philosophers, Nietzsche and Mill make contrasting and similar contributions to our understanding of the two terms. I intend explore how each philosopher does this and the differences and similarities between their two philosophies. Before comparing and contrasting the contributions of both Nietzsche and Mill to our understanding of political and social tyranny, it is…