Eudaimonia is a good attribute in human life. In his book, Aristotle states that people generally agree that eudaimonia is living and doing well. According to Aristotle, notes that the concept of complete happiness depends on an individual (Bailey 32) Therefore, happiness does not depend on the external factors that influence human life. Instead, it
As Martin Luther King said in the Letter from Birmingham jail, there are just and unjust laws. In a community oppressed by unjust laws, it would be just for some people or all to break the laws to fight for a better tomorrow. Some of the laws only tend to affect segregation in a community.
             The entire world, nations, and citizens are acknowledging their pasts. Some of the remarkable incidents that illustrate how some nations have come to terms with their pasts include America with its dark heritage of slavery, South Africa with apartheid, and Germany with totalitarian regimes among others. In this evolving process of addressing the past
            In her texts, Code states that the “S-knows-that-p” epistemologies assume that an individual is aware of a certain proposition, p, if, and only if the individual satisfies a given variety of conditions. The epistemologies link with the ideas of neutrality and objectivity. The “S-knows-that-p” epistemologies operate on a homogenous, essential, and universal human tradition
Happiness is one of those emotions that each person in the world strives to have in their own different ways. Throughout history, different philosophers have developed theories to explain how people can live a good life filled with happiness. However, there is arguably Nicomachean Ethics by Aristotle provides the best information that can answer the
Changing the world requires affirmative actions in each individual and gradual changes to realize significant transformation. To that extent, I am familiar that plastic pollution poses one of the biggest threats to ocean health and marine life around the world. I am taking some measures to reduce the effect of plastics on our oceans and
Introduction      The question of how to define the term religion has been incessant with its diversity leaving scholars unable to develop a universal definition that is uncontentious ( Dawes & Maclaurin, 2012, p. 12). Religion Defined      Most definitions on religion are influenced a scholar’s beliefs and practices. Example, Durkheim defines religion as “…a
Introduction Every profession has its own code of ethics that guides professional behavior. The ability to adhere to the professional code of conduct while achieving the objectives of an assigned position is translated as professionalism and is a notable phenomenon in all professions. However, there are certain professional issues that may not find relevance in
Moral Scepticism Question 1 Moral [A1] skepticism is a meta-ethical theory, which claims that no one has any moral knowledge to justify whether a particular moral claim is true or false (Sinnott-Armstrong, 2002). Moral skeptics normally base their claims on observable facts, moral explanations, regress, skeptical hypotheses, and relations; all these aspects are also used to
Despite people’s belief, memory is not a fountain of past happenings but is a comprehensive mechanism, which ascertains the steadiness and coherence of oneself across situations. The challenge of repressed memories not only concerns psychiatry and psychologists but is also a critical factor in the legal and judicial matters (Joanna 609). Lawyers, physicians, and scientists