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Aristotles View of Friendship
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...friendship, but goodwill. He categorizes friendship in three different kinds. Friendship blossoms where the other person is lovable. According to Aristotle, everything is not lovable but only the good, pleasant and the useful. Thus, in friendship too, there is love when the person is good, or pleasant or useful. Aristotle argues that since usefulness changes with time, the friendship cultivated for the sake of usefulness would soon dissolve. Similarly, friendship which grows because it is pleasant is also not...
Aristotle's Beliefs on Friendship
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...Aristotle’s Beliefs on Friendship Aristotle wrote a number of s concerning the lives of human beings. Some of his works include such disciplines bas chemistry, biology and physics. Aristotle also wrote subjects concerning ethics and logic. Aristotle also devoted much time in his life trying to find out which forms of behavior conforms to the moral character of human beings. On friendship; Aristotle comes up with three types of friendship; they include utility, pleasure and virtue types of friendship (The Wire, par 1). Any...
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...friendship is becoming an increasingly essential ‘social glue’ since it hold together various kinds of social bonds. My varied interests have led me to various sets of friends…some are from my childhood, several from school and others from various groups I have been involved with. With each friend, I can recall a certain common thing I share, be it an interest for a particular hobby, a liking for a certain celebrity, an aversion for another person or even a sense of humor that clicks with each other. Aristotle, quoted in a book about his teachings (1976) distinguishes three kinds... Winnie the Pooh, UN Ambassador of Friendship Imagine living on your own, without friends to accompany you through life’s ...
Aristotle view friendship
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...Aristotle’s View of Friendship In his popular works d as Nicomachean Ethics Aristotle believes that there are three types of friendship. These include friendship of utility, friendship of pleasure and virtuous friendship. He argues that friendship is above honour and justice and that it should be esteemed highly as it is a complete virtue. The Aristotle’s theories of friendship can be broken down into self- love of pleasure and self-love of utility which can be termed as selfishness while self-love of virtue is the highest that a person can achieve (Tutuska 351). According to Tutuska, Aristotle described friendship of utility as the one that is for the old... that can lead to breaking of this...
Analytical paper on Aristotle
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...three kinds of friendship, and defended his conception of an ideal life of intellectual pursuit. Aristotle's writings on the general subject of logic were grouped by the later Peripatetics13 under the name Organon, or instrument. From their perspective, logic and reasoning was the chief preparatory instrument of scientific investigation. Aristotle himself, however, uses the term "logic" as equivalent to verbal reasoning. The Categories of Aristotle are classifications of individual words (as opposed to propositions), and include the following ten: substance, quantity, quality... ARISTOTLE Aristotle was born in Stagira in north Greece, as the son of Nichomachus, the court physician to the Macedonian...
Friendship and Aristotle
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...Friendship co-exists with virtue. If not, it will lead to conflicts and end soon. In the broad sense, friendship motivates government officials to work in a congenial atmosphere for the greater good of the nation. Aristotle’s inspiration to describe in depth the virtues of friendship is derived from the Greek word philia which has a bigger connotation than friendship in its limited sense. Philia embraces within its ambit every kind of friendship like fellow-workers, family and friend circle, political community, neighbors and children. The three types of friendships elucidated by Aristotle demand detailed discussion. A). Friendship... Term Paper, Other Topic: Friendship and Aristotle...
Aristotles ethics: From Virtue to Friendship, the Golden Mean
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...Aristotle speaks of two kinds of justice, Universal and Particular. It is the same Justice tough, merely with different focus. While the former is concerned with obeying laws, and the relation of Virtue to others, the latter deals with unjust profits from action, and divides in the distribution of visible goods, and the rectification in transactions. Universal Justice deals with the Law, while Particular justice deals with what is Fair. "Whatever is unfair is lawless, but not everything lawless is unfair". Regarding the notion of Friendship, Aristotle has a very interesting perspective. To him, in the same manner as one improves... ...
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...Friendship is one aspect of the subset. Aristotle says it "is a virtue or implies virtue, and is besides most necessary with a view to living." (Nicomachean Ethics Book VIII.1.) In the scenario at the beginning, Lori has become friends with the people with whom she works, a necessary occurrence that enables her to enjoy the time spent at the company. Developing the friendships contributes to her happiness. Aristotle puts friendship into three categories: perfect friendship... Teacher Aristotle visits the Modern Workplace Lori hurries into the office at 8:30 am and greets her friends Mary, Anna and Rosie who are already at their desks. Janice, her direct supervisor gives her a stern look as she glances...
Aristotle and Cicero Understanding of Friendship
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...friendship is the fact that Aristotle has gone on to divide friendship into three categories based on the motivations and predispositions behind the friendship. The first type of friendship, according to Aristotle is friendship based on utility. Elderly people and the ones in the Middle Ages having a common ground would engage in such friendships since the circumstances are such that they are able to derive utility out of their friendship. However, utility is not permanent and as soon as utility vanishes, so does the friendship. The second type of friendship is based on pleasure, which takes place amongst people in the early years and the adult life where... ?Running Head:...
Aristotle and Human Nature
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...three different kinds of friendship and the value of each. He then defended his conception of an ideal life which consisted... Aristotle and Human Nature Aristotle was born in Stagira in Thrace, Greece in the year 384 BCE. His father was the court physician to the king of Macedonia. Aristotle is one of the icons of classical Greek philosophy. He went to Athens at the age of seventeen to train under the tutelage of another great Greek philosopher, Plato, who had founded a school of philosophy known as the Academy in Athens. He was later to be the only person to rival Plato in terms of influence on Western philosophy. Human nature was a subject that made both of them interested a lot and this essay will...
Philosophy Ethic - "Nicomachean Ethics" by Aristotle.
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...Aristotle becomes the very foundation that establishes the correlation between action and the moving power which compels such action. The classification of life by prominence into three encompasses pleasure, political and the most ideal which is contemplative. This categorically delineates a person into a rather two-dimensional perspective of definition. In his book, the author goes into a lengthy discussion of he essence of goodness exhausted in all possible aspect that it can cover in an attempt to answer or provide for argument in a lengthy matter-of-factly disposition. This goes so far... . Therefore, if there is an end for all that we do, this will be the good achievable by action, and if...
the Rhetoric of Aristotle
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...Aristotle stresses that there are two kinds of logos- the enthymeme and the example. The enthymeme is the strongest of all proofs, wherein it is an incomplete version of formal deductive syllogism. The enthymeme excludes the premise that most people already know and accept. In my claim for my Hawaii vacation, my mother is the most adamantly against it because she thinks that I am too young to go to such as far place with my friends and because she does not think that good deeds must be paid with material things. My father is against my plans because of the same lines of arguments, but mostly because of safety and expenses involved. In my argument, my general... 12 November Theory: Aristotle’s Rhetoric...
"Friendship is a single soul dwelling in two bodies" (Aristotle)
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...Friendship "Friendship is a single soul dwelling in two bodies" (Aristotle) God has blessed me with many relations.Some are bonded so strong enough that there influence will remain till my death. Friendship is one of such lovely relation. Since childhood I meet hundreds of fellows. Every one has different and unique nature. Most of them leave pleasant memories but some have also harsh one. But I love to remember and call those who always been good to me. I love to enjoy their company and always wish to live with them. After many experiences in my life, I recognize that every person in you life need not be your friend. As I have my own individual nature and thoughts so it is not necessary... ...
Friendship
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...friendships are, as Aristotle states, either utility or pleasure motivated. No doubt, friends are precious treasures whose value cannot be measured, if they are true and good. Aristotle considers friendship as one of the most coveted and inevitable parts in one's life. He is of the opinion that everyone needs friends whether he/she is poor or rich, in fortune or misfortune. Friends are the innate need of every... Are Friends Necessary Everyone would agree that no human beings on the universe can live without friends. Everyone loves to build and maintain friendships whether it is in the society, school or work place. It is quite natural that people who have the same mentality and who cherish common...
The Three Kinds of Scientific Writings
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...Three Kinds of Scientific Writings In this essay, examples for three kinds of scientific writing i.e. peer viewed journal articles, textbook entries and about-science articles will be provided, explained and subsequently, justified. The About Science Article The example chosen for this type of scientific writing is All that is Small is not Nano (Birch). The writer, in this article entry, talks about a new classification procedure for nano particles. It is widely thought that particles are classified chiefly on basis of their sizes. However the author talks about the growing need for a new taxonomy procedure required for...
Friendship
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...friendship and the extent to which Akst’s writing applies to friendship and possible deviations. Basis of friendships Akst, in his article, noted Aristotle’s explanation of three forms of friendship: “those based on usefulness (contacts), on pleasure (drinking buddies), and on a shared pursuit of virtue – the highest form of all” (Akst, 24). Our friendship developed from shared goals and dreams that we aspired to achieve in the future. The only contrasting aspect that existed between my cousin and I was our preferred professions. My cousin preferred a business career. He was a self-proclaimed businessperson and believed that business was the only key that could unlock his fortunes... ?Friendship...
Friendship
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...friendship, perhaps, but soon they really do become bosom friends. Some friendships are more or less instant, yet continue throughout life, as described by Ellis (n.d.): When we first talked to each other I knew we would always be friends. Our friendship has kept on growing And Ill be here for you to the end. Others are much more short-lived. Holiday romances can be quite intense, but rarely survive the journey home. According to Kelly (n.d.), who is writing from a Christian point of view, true friendship can be identified by three aspects - it is morally helpful to both parties... Friendship Outline Definitions and synonyms 2. Basis of friendships 3....
"Essay on Three Kinds of Scientific Writing "
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...Three Kinds of Scientific Writing In order to understand the validity, accuracy, and level of the credibility of a scientific writing, readers should have a good grasp of how the information are generated and the characteristics of each. With the advancement of internet technology which allows the creation and dissemination of scientific information from various sources, an individual should be able to recognize which sources are of good scientific and scholarly quality. Thus, this paper will provide examples of three primary types of scientific writing namely the peer reviewed journal article, the textbook entry, and the “about-science” article. For further clarification... 08 September 2008 Essay on...
friendship
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...Friendship is one of the most cherished human relationships that are distinct in its subtle shades of trust, confidentiality and love and strengthensover time. Friendship between two individuals is very personal affair because they share their thoughts, feelings and all sort of information. Friendship is cherished because friends can blindly rely on each other in time of difficult situation, especially when they need emotion support. True friends are known be the most voracious critics of their friends as they look for the wider welfare of their friends and do not hesitate in telling the truth, howsoever bitter that might be! The common...
friendship
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...Friendship In the life of human beings, friendship is one of the most crucial aspects of life that makes one complete. There has evolved a controversy among many scholars on the ideal characteristics of friendship. John Steinbeck, in his book, “Of Mice and Men” addressed the concept of friendship in details by examining the relationship between characters. There seems to be a great controversy on the purpose of friendship and the role that friends should take in each other’s life. From a close examination of this book, friends should support each other because they have different capacities that make them...
Friendship
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...friendships would rather love than be loved and do not wish anything for themselves but for others all the time; however, this kind of friendship is extremely limited because its ideals are way beyond what is feasible in the real word context. Aristotle acknowledges that virtuous friendships are long lasting and tough to encounter because they require a lot of work to build and are only existent among the good or is confined among individuals of extremely high moral standing. Plato initially argued... Virtuous Friendship is not mandatory for unity If virtuous friendship, the most complete and highest form of love, is mandatory for unity among human beings, who are political by nature, then unity is...
aristotle
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...friendship, and the doctrine of the mean (May, 2010). These themes are spread across all the ten books that make up Nicomachean ethics. Virtue and happiness form the largest part of the discussion on ethics. Virtue leads to attainment of the ultimate goodness of human life, happiness (May, 2010). Another important part of Aristotle’s ethics is moral education. This relates to how best individuals can be taught to live a good life. According to Aristotle, one can live a good life by practicing virtues consistently. Two of the ten books in Nicomachean ethics focus their attention on friendship. In these books... Nicomachean Ethics Nicomachean Ethics Aristotle is an ancient Greek philosopher whose works...
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...friendship David and I have been studying together since the high school. Our initial interaction, which was brief yet unfriendly, started at a basketball match. This encounter however yielded unexpected results, and very soon we were close friends. In my opinion, our initial interaction was way beyond our real selves and was largely based on our feelings of anger. But as soon as we met again with our real identities, a friendship bond was established. The relationships between people are only stable if they are based on their real identities. The evidence to support this notion is that fact that only like minded people are able to stay together for a long interval... identity change that impacted a...
Aristotle
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...Aristotle What are the foundations of Aristotle’s theory of art? Aristotle’s views on art are the conglomeration of secular and spiritual approaches in tandem with the concepts of western philosophy. According to him, art is the honest form of representation of life. It is the combination of imagination and imitation by observing the life from the practical point of view. He articulates a definite method of evaluating art in his writing. The true object of art must represent some definite perspective or object of life, according to him. An artist gets inspiration from nature and the ever-changing world around him, he confronts new situations and develops innovative... Essay, Philosophy Topic:...
Aristotle
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...Aristotle literature caught the attention of scholars. The Aristotle writings studied in Rome are the same literature today’s academic community is studying. The works of Aristotle is classified into three categories: dialogues and works of popular character, collections of fact and material... In the history of mankind there have been individuals that have impacted our society in a positive a manner due to their wisdom. One of these men is Aristotle. Aristotle was born in Stigarus, Greece on 386 B.C. (Kemerling). He was a student of Plato who was a protégé of Socrates. During his lifetime as a philosopher he made contributions to the fields of logic, metaphysics, mathematics, biology, botany, ethics,...
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...Aristotle also considered that the role played by the friendship and relationships is very important in influencing the action of an individual (Tannsjo, 99). This is very important with respect to good life that is mainly advocated for in the virtue ethics. Friendship is divided into three different categories here and each category deals with a different view of the role of friendship in achieving good. He argues that the first friendship is that for pleasure that result from the activities of two people who are acting in a similar manner or who have interest in a particular field. This people are likely to enjoy more if they perform the action together than when each individual... Aristotle The...
ARISTOTLE
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...Aristotle had conceived of a small state where the people would participate in the various kinds of political affairs and would comprise of the citizens. Small state was a feasible option according to Aristotle because the people would in such case be able to directly participate in the affairs. Every people living in a particular state would know about the other person and therefore... ? Aristotle Introduction Aristotle was the diligent of stalwart Plato. The school of Philosophy that Aristotle preached was known as the Lyceum. The works of Aristotle was diverse across various fields of study. Aristotle did not believe in the separation of the rich from the poor that existed in the Spartan civilization. ...
Aristotle
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...Aristotle puts forth the point that "all men naturally desire knowledge. [However there exist] degrees of intelligence, sense-perception, memory, experience, art and experience". These variation in processes of acquiring knowledge, actually points out to the ability to gain, assimilate and reproduce knowledge. He went on to describe four kinds of 'cause', namely: formal, material, efficient and final. On the other hand, Lucretius also explains the nature of "vision, hearing, taste and smell", and the way things enter the mind and how the mind works. He explains at length the processes through which he believes information goes into the mental system, and...
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...Aristotle in Poetics through the argument that poetry is capable of conveying the knowledge of universals to people (45). Thus, as McKeon purports, there arise two classes of thought; one that believes in the aesthetic value of art, and one that believes in the cognitive value of art. Aristotle comes up with three types of knowledge; theoretical, practical, and productive. The theoretical knowledge refers to the knowledge about things that are fundamental in nature. An example of this knowledge is the products and processes of nature. Practical knowledge refers to the knowledge that teaches what to do to address certain contingencies. Thirdly, productive... ? Aristotle Aristotle, the great philosopher...
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...Aristotle’s remarks on the perversions of democracy have proved to be a prominent tenet of political discussion and questioning. As a staunch realist, the Greek philosopher propagated the assumption that the idea of a government, which in essence is perfect, complete or best is one which is unattainable and utopian. Sidgwick (1892) argues that Aristotle’s categorization of the kinds of governments is not his own, but it is in fact the result of a pursuit to represent the ideas of his predecessor and teacher, Plato by stating the former’s concepts with an augmented degree of even greater disagreements... ? PHILOSOPHY ESSAY ARISTOTLE The philosophical concepts, ideologies and writings of Aristotle have...
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...Aristotles Three Persuasive Proofs There are three different distinctions identified by Aristotle. These are ethos, pathos, and logos. These three proofs are used on daily basis to make effective argumentative writing. According to Professor Jeanne Fahnestock the first one is “Ethos forms the root of ethikas means credibility or ethical appeal, it is simply “the state of being”, the soul, the mind and shapes and forms of a person. In this appeal,” One of the problems of argument is to project an impression to the reader that you are someone worth listening to, in other words making yourself as author into an authority on the subject of the paper, as well as someone who is likable and worthy... ...
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...Aristotle's Poetics, the character projected by a speaker, artist, etc. Thus in Aristotle's logic, the process of establishing a general proposition by induction (seeing the univers.il in the particular) or deductive reasoning in which a conclusion is derived from two premises is syllogism or Epagoge. In traditional logic, a syllogism is an inference in which one proposition (the conclusion) follows of necessity from two others (known as premises). In his Posterior Analytics, Aristotle sets out what seems to be a rather stringent method of acquiring scientific knowledge and understanding (episteme). Aristotle argues that genuine... Epagoge is Greek for argument from induction. .... By extension, in...
Philosophy
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...Aristotle speaks of two kinds of justice, Universal and Particular. It is the same Justice tough, merely with different focus. While the former is concerned with obeying laws, and the relation of Virtue to others, the latter deals with unjust profits from action, and divides in the distribution of visible goods, and the rectification in transactions. Universal Justice deals with the Law, while Particular justice deals with what is Fair. “Whatever is unfair is lawless, but not everything lawless is unfair”. Regarding the notion of Friendship, Aristotle has a very interesting perspective. To him, in the same manner as one improves... ...
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...Aristotle, a good person would perform her/his duties not for the sake of another person but for the sake of happiness. The act of virtue is thus, not merely one of charity but is also directed towards the fulfillment of one’s own desires. This however, does not mean that one does not experience difficulties while dispensing with goodness. Amaly would need to exercise a great deal of restraint while she is at her job. At every point in her work, she would have to remind herself of the discipline and effort that is required... Virtue The person described, Amaly Yossef, is able to achieve the Aristotelian notion of virtue through adhering to certain s and also by doing so voluntarily. According to...
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...Aristotle essay Introduction: With the mention of “The highest good and the end toward which all human activity is directed is happiness, which can be defined as continuous contemplation of eternal and universal truth,” (Aristotle, n. p.)Aristotle reaches the threshold of spirituality but stumbles there. He is unable to cross the final hurdle to the land of the divine, where bliss alone reigns. It is the conflict –free land of peace, with no secular dualities. The question is how to reach the level of eternal and universal truth? Aristotle’s ethical theory is incomplete and creates a vacuum. How can an ethical man know about the correctness of a moral decision? His theory... Essay, Philosophy Topic:...
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...Aristotle established the basic principles of mathematics, distinguishing between the axiom and the postulate. Example: ‘Things equal to the same thing are equal to one another.’ (If 3 x 4 = 6 x 2, and 8 + 4 = 6 x 2, then 3 x 4 = 8 + 4) Abstract The son of a doctor, Aristotle lived and worked at a time when knowledge was starting to branch into different disciplines. Well educated, his fine language skills furnished him with the tools for analysis, calculation, interpretation and reckoning. He defined the basics of logic, upon which the building blocks of science and mathematics have been placed. Aristotelian logic is the mainstay of the methods used to arrive at logical, workable... February...
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...Aristotle’s ideas lie at their foundations, much of Aristotle’s ideas are presented in relatively abstract terms, often difficult to understand and apply to everyday modern conceptions. However, studying Aristotle’s concepts of what constitutes a courageous man can provide a great deal of insight regarding what he intended when he discussed the more abstract concepts of virtue. Aristotle dedicates three full chapters to the discussion and investigation of what constitutes a courageous man in his book, Nicomachean Ethics, which begins to demonstrate on a more concrete level what he intended in his...
Aristotle
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...Aristotle According to the Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy (IEP), Aristotle was born in 384 BCE on the “coast of Thrace” in Macedonia. His father was a doctor in the king’s court, so Aristotle had a privileged life from the beginning. He was educated in the court and at the age of 17 he went to Athens to continue his education. There he learned from Plato, Socrates’ famous student. As a philosophy student, Aristotle, at first, absorbed all he could from his teacher and mentor, but in maturing as a student and thinker, he began to break away from Plato’s ideas, especially his thoughts on the Theory of Forms, and shape opposite views than those of his teacher through exercising his own... month year...
Pleasure
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...Aristotle would argue that the roles of friendship and human relationships are elements of a vital good life. This is because no one would ever choose to live without friends even if he has all the other good things in life. In his arguments, he would outline three types of friendship basing on the intended aims and goals. First, friendship based on pleasure exists when two individuals discovers they have a common interest concerning any activity they wish to pursue unanimously. The participation of friends in any activity leads to a greater pleasure to each of the participants than it could apply to an individual person. Aristotle would assert... Pleasure In his nicomachean ethics, Aristotle talks good ...
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...Aristotle has to say about nous? Aristotle introduced nous and epagoge as parts of the scientific procedure and, thus vital components in obtaining scientific knowledge. Particularly, they figured in area of rhetorical reasoning and inquiry. Epagoge, in Aristotle’s theoretical inquiry, is the inductive procedure... Of what procedure are nous and epagogē parts? What is the function of that procedure? What is the role of nous and epagogē within that process? What is nous? What is epagogē? (You do not have to answer the last two questions in that order.) How does epagogē work—that is, what is the process by which it produces its results? What are its results? What is distinctive and problematic in what...
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...Aristotle (12) defines happiness to be a measure of good life and good action. While it is understandable how happiness is equated to good life, the concept of ‘good’ often remains subjective. For a peasant who has been enduring months of labor, an abundant harvest defines a good life. Yet this may not mean anything to a powerful landowner who has already been living in abundance all his life. In the same sense, it is common to think that the children... ?With the recent tragedies that have daunted the world, as though attesting to the prophecies claiming that the end is drawing near, it seems worthwhile to contemplate on how well life has been lived and to consider possible changes that can still be...
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...Aristotle was a polymath without a shadow of a doubt. He was a great philosopher; he was also a theologian, in addition to this he was also a literary critic. “Poetics” written by Aristotle define several important literary elements and it also serves as a benchmark for all the other literary critics during the time of Aristotle. His definition of a tragedy was widely accepted by writers and they tried to match his description, Aristotle wrote in his poetics that the tragic hero must feel excessive pain and he must undergo excessive suffering, he also wrote that not everyone can be a tragic hero. A person of great... ?Client’s Here: 27 December Polymath refers to a person who is a man of many talents;...
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...Aristotle: Generosity is a metric that is determined by the will of service and deliverance rather than expectations. It is no generosity when a person does a noble deed that is limited to him only. This deliverance could be in form of tangible products and pecuniary possessions. To the contrary there are those who are marked by miserliness or spendthrift towards their own pursuits without regard to welfare and services of other people. This is termed despicable and root of non service towards the mankind and welfare. The spendthrift factor does not stand as the only variable identifying a vice or non benevolent act, rather a generic representation of the overall context...
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...Three of them,Crito, Phaedo and Apology have been regarded to be some of the most morally equipped dialogues of all time. Crito is a conversation that Socrates has with one of his wealthy friends by the same name, and they discuss the meanings of justice, injustice as well as the appropriate responses that one must gives to questions asked regarding injustice. Phaedo is a dialogue under the purview of which Socrates discusses the probabilities and possibilities of an afterlife. The Apology that Plato gives may be witnessed as a continuation of Phaedo because here, he defends... 4 October Assignment The ancient Greek philosopher Plato has shared a number of short and important dialogues of Socrates....
Aristotle's ethics
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...Aristotle’s Ethics For Aristotle, there are two kinds of virtue: moral and intellectual virtue. Moral virtues are not innate according to Aristotle but they are acquired. For instance, an individual becomes trustworthy by acting truthfully. Examples of moral virtues are humility, truthfulness, moderation, and generosity. On the other hand, intellectual virtues are those personality traits that are required for correct thinking and desired action. He classified intellectual virtues as productive such as craft knowledge, theoretical such as wisdom and mind and lastly practical such as practical prudence. Happiness is the central core of living, which depends entirely on cultivation of virtues... ...
Theory of Ethics Essay
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...Aristotle refuted that this difficulty should not be fatal towards achieving virtues. The roles of friendship and human relationships are elements of a vital good life. This is because no one would ever choose to live without friends even if he has all the other good things in life. He outlined three types of friendship basing on the intended aims and goals. First, friendship based on pleasure exists when two individuals discovers... Theory of Ethics According to Aristotle, there are two kinds of virtue: moral and intellectual virtue. Moral virtues arenot innate according to Aristotle but they are acquired. For instance, an individual becomes trustworthy by acting truthfully. Intellectual virtues are...
Explaining Friendship
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...Friendship Psychology Explaining Friendship Friendship is a vital reaction within our community and beyond. True friendships are essential for one’s well being and serve as a support system in life. A study by Rath showed that the majority of people are aware of friendship, especially during times of need and difficulties (Collingwood, n.d). They can also act as a motivational factor in one’s success, as most people confide in their friends for encouragement. Friendship helps sustain marriage, as most married people state that friendship is at least five times more important than intimacy (Collingwood, n.d). Friendship also has a ‘toilet function’, as it enables one to unload his burdens... Explaining...
Qualitative report.How do people develop and maintain friendships at University?
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...friendships at Qualitative report [Pick the user Introduction Friendship is a kind of relationship in which two people develop a sense of belonging with each other, upholding care, respect and trust with each other. Friendship is regarded as something more than an association. As Graham Allan said that friendship occurs when people agree on the social norms and traits that are perceived by the individuals establishing friendship. As Bellah said that for the relationship of friendship at least three pre requisites must be fulfilled. The friends should enjoy the company of one another, they should be useful for each other in time of problems and needs... , the constraints of the relationship...
Qualitative report.How do people develop and maintain friendships at University?
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...friendships at Qualitative report [Pick the user Introduction Friendship is a kind of relationship in which two people develop a sense of belonging with each other, upholding care, respect and trust with each other. Friendship is regarded as something more than an association. As Graham Allan said that friendship occurs when people agree on the social norms and traits that are perceived by the individuals establishing friendship. As Bellah said that for the relationship of friendship at least three pre requisites must be fulfilled. The friends should enjoy the company of one another, they should be useful for each other in time of problems and needs... , the constraints of the relationship...
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...Friendship "As God could not be everywhere, so he gave each family a mother" - This is a rough translation of a tribute given to Mothers in India. However I would like to use the same sentiments but reverse the significance when I say, "As the devil cannot be everywhere, so he gave me a friend like Robert"!!! I mean, Robert in his whole life would have never intended to be an imp; however his actions leave me no choice but to label him with such an identity. He claims to be a good friend of mine from childhood, but I turn around and stab comes the dagger on my back!! I mean, for goodness sake, when the math's... of Essay Academia Research Order Narrative Essay May 7, 2007 A...
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