• Aquinas on Passion and Its Object
    passions? What impact do they have on the person who suffers them? Can they be shaped and reshaped in order to promote human flourishing? The aim of this book is to provide a better understanding of Aquinas’ account of the passions. It identifies the Aristotelian influences that lie at the heart of the Summa...
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  • Aristotle's Incomplete Worldview
    Introduction The word friendship as it is used today carries a broad semantic range with dozens of definitions. C.S. Lewis coined the term “verbicide” to define the degradation of word meaning over time. The term friendship is no stranger to verbicide. Today, it can mean anything from a Facebook friend...
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  • Galbraith
    DOMAIN BOOKS see http://library.njit.edu/ebooks/ Part One - Government 1. Lao-tzu. “Thoughts from the Tao-te Ching “ (1988 trans. By Stephen Mitchell. Harper Collins) a. Project Gutenberg links to several translations, including one in Chinese: http://onlinebooks.library.upenn.edu/webbin/book/search...
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  • Justice V. R. Krishna Iyer and Expansive Interpretation of Fundamental Rights
    presented to Hon’ble V. R. Krishna Iyer on his retirement from the Supreme Court’, (1981) 1 SCC (Journal), pp. 1-2. H. M. SEERVAI GOLD MEDAL ESSAY COMPETITION IN CONSTITUTIONAL LAW- 2012 2 openly socialist judge4; a crusading maverick, for he was someone who exhibited great independence...
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  • Political Thinking
    He disagrees with poets  His war is the greatest war because of the suffering  Plague on the body politics  The plague (literally used in the book is also a metaphor in the destruction of political body  Greeeks were related by language kinship and religion groups  They were related by culture ...
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  • Life and Works of Maimonides
    978-1-405-14897-9 blackwell great minds edited by Steven Nadler The Blackwell Great Minds series gives readers a strong sense of the fundamental views of the great western thinkers and captures the relevance of these figures to the way we think and live today. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Kant by...
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  • Hubris as a Major Element in Aeschylus
    Prometheus Bound Aristotle created the basis for many different subjects including drama, politics and philosophy. Today, many of his works are constantly studied and his modern ideas are still prevalent in society. In Poetics, Aristotle focuses on the best kinds of tragic plot (Aristotle 20). One of the...
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  • Culture
    individuals with shared patterns of characteristics, attitudes and goals. Thus, practices and values form different cultures in different groups. This essay is going to illustrate two main aspects of culture, which is the custom, tradition in a country and secondly, culture in an organization. These sections...
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  • Frienship and Sexuality
    Friendship and Sexuality Neera K. Badhwar In Alan Soble, ed. Encyclopaedia of the Philosophy of Sex (Greenwood Publishing Group, 2006) In Western culture, the ideal marriage has often been seen as at once a “perfect” lifelong friendship between a woman and a man and as a union motivated by eros...
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  • Teaching Philosophy
    learning The teacher and teaching Methods to use Evaluation and assessments Conclusion Endnotes References Appendix: Summative assessment 2 3 4 5 6 6 6 7 8 Dr. Francisco Chia Cua CPA ACA PhD (Otago), MEntr (Otago), PGCertTertT (Otago), MSBA (FEU), BSC (FEU), GradCertMgt (OpenPolytechnic), DipIS&T (OpenPolytechnic)...
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  • Business Ethics Paper
    goodness’, and thereby the ultimate fulfillment that is –in my idea- the essential piece that completes a ‘good life’. Moral goodness is what Aristotle defined as some good that “all human actions ultimately aim for”[2] and which creates “eduaimonia”[3], which is Greek and stands for happiness and/or...
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  • fgfg
    particular zone of language. The real origin of a text is not the author, but language. If the writer expresses something ‘inner’, it is only the dictionary s/he holds ready-formed. There is a special art of the storyteller to translate linguistic structures or codes into particular narratives or messages. Each...
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  • Textbook Analysis
    presenting an encyclopedic text by Holland and Skinner (1961). account, whether superficial or detailed, but (5) Finally, there are the subsidiary books, such as collections of readings, labora- by concentrating instead on the power, meantory manuals, and brief primers, all of ing, and scope of a limited...
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  • Filipino Psychology
    Logic/Logical Theory/Philosophical Logic and Philosophy of Mathematics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Chapter 8. Metaphysics and Weltanschaunng . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Chapter 9. Modernism/Postmodernism, Feminism/ Postfeminism . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ...
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  • Opediusrex
    P r e s t w i c k H o u s e L i t e r a r y t o u c H s t o n e c L a s s i c s™ TEACHER’S EDITION Oedipus Rex by SophocleS Prestwick House L i t e r a r y t o u c H s t o n e c L a s s i c s™ P. O. B O x 6 5 8 • C l a y t O n , D e l a w a r e 1 9 9 3 8 How To Use This Book In addition...
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  • All About Me
    These expressions have to be underlined (with footnotes that mention the title/author of the book you took them from and the page numbers). Sections 4 to 10 of the project will be written in the form of short essays and will be evaluated according to the 6 + 1 Trait rubric.   1. 1.                 ...
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  • Character Development
    at an early age. Two centuries later, there are visible cracks in the moral foundations of democracy. Ed Wynne and Mary Hess, in Chapter 2 of this book, presents quantitative evidence that the conduct of United States youth, during the last 20 to 30 years, is marked by two disturbing trends: (1) a rise...
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  • notes
    2006. 2. Evans, Ifor. A Short History of English Literature. London: Penguin, 1976 3. Ford, Boris.The New Pelican Guide to English Literature. Vol. 1-9. London: Penguin, 1990. 4. Compton-Rickett, A. A History of English Literature. Thomas-Nelson & Sales, 1940 (latest edition). 5. Gillie, C. Longman...
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  • Virtue Ethics Notes
    Virtue Ethics Aristotle was a Greek philosopher who lived between 384 and 322 BCE. He was deeply interested in the idea of cause and purpose. On the Foundation Paper, you will have explored the ideas of the Four Causes and the Prime Mover. Both of these theories look at the idea of how things are...
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  • Christology
    Religion St. Peter’s CollegePre-CambridgeYear 11Introduction to Philosophy Student Text Book 1: Ancient Greece | | Name __________________________________________________________ Table of Contents Ancient Greece The Birth of Western Philosophy ………………………………………………………… 2 Socrates, The Apology...
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