Besides, Aristotle took into account those objects or notions which are impossible to sense, so he called them ideas. Hence, it is quite easy to explain reality of such notions as love, hate, happiness, etc.
Different philosophers of different time explained nature of human knowledge differently. At the same time, however, they all agreed that human knowledge is limited. One of the philosophers, who claimed that it is impossible for a human being to know everything, was Lock. Human knowledge is defined as being aware of ideas and understanding relations between them. Limitation of our knowledge serves as an engine for a constant search of eternal truth and acquiring wisdom.
Science is our understanding and explanation of the natural world. Human beings get to know the laws and phenomena of science with the help of their senses which are aided by the means of instruments and different technological innovations. Unfortunately, natural laws and patterns do not keep stable over the time, because they tend to change under the influence of different conditions. Science is limited due to changeability of the natural world.
Moral responsibility of every human being is essential component of happy life. Such moral responsibility is called ethics. According to Aristotle, in order to have a good life and to live happily one has to be intrinsically good. Thus, the good created or delivered by one person will increase the total amount of the whole good existing in the world, that will make each person feel happy in the end.
In order to have the good society, there is a need in everyone’s becoming good. The good society is the one, which does not have conflicts and wars; besides, it is a society, each member of which is respected and equally treated. Many kind, reasonable, generous people living in one community and cooperating comprise the good society.
In philosophical perspective our free will to do anything is always