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Anti-Value: the 9/11 Attacks
Religion and Theology
Pages 8 (2008 words)
Running Head: ANTI-VALUE Name of student: Course Title: Topic: Anti-Value Lecturer: Date of Presentation: Introduction In the world we live in, various events occur which prompt people to begin asking themselves questions about what constitutes good and evil or value and anti-value and if such occurrences are a result of evil.
Others like the Muslims believe it is a way of redeeming their souls hence risk their lives for a course they think is just. Whatever the case, these events leave scores of people dead and others injured while on the bright side, some people show their goodness and compassion by helping others at the time of need. The paper is going to discuss the logic of Tiantai approach to understanding good and evil, or value and anti-value and apply this logic to analyzing one anti-value problem; the 9/11 attacks which occurred in the United States in the year 2001 as a result of terrorist activities. In applying the Tiantai logic to an anti-value issue, the paper will first present the issue, then explain the concepts of the Three Truths, inter-subjectivity, and ganying. The paper will then apply these concepts to evaluating the anti-value issue; its goodness and evil. Finally, the paper will make conclusions on how these concepts apply to 9/11 attacks. September 11, 2001 was the darkest day in American history. It is the day that saw manifestation of terrorism at its greatest height as four airplanes with passengers aboard hit the World Trade Center and the Pentagon while one fell into a field. The act of terrorism was carried out by 19 militant Islamic extremists group Al-Qaeda under the leadership of Osama Bin Laden. ...
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