There Can Be No Freedom Without Discipline Essays and Term Papers

  • Freedom Without Discipline

    “True freedom is impossible without a mind made free by discipline.” ― Mortimer J. Adler “There is no freedom without discipline.” this quote encompasses the meaning that discipline defined by rules in society allows individuals to have freedom within their lives. Humans are free to do what they desire...

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  • There Is No Freedom Without Discipline

    is no freedom without discipline.” “There is no freedom without discipline.” Many people disagree with this statement and tend to identify it as something bad. They identify with it as a restriction or absence of freedom. But in reality, this quote encompasses the meaning that discipline defined...

      889 Words | 3 Pages   Ethics

  • freedom and discipline

    institutions are made through the JEE (Advanced)-2013 M. Sc. Integrated courses in pure and applied sciences and M.Tech. Integrated courses in few disciplines are also offered by many of these institutes. In addition, most institutes offer Dual Degree M.Tech. programmes wherein both B.Tech. and M.Tech...

      58566 Words | 515 Pages   Course credit, Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur, Indian Institutes of Technology, Master of Engineering

  • Freedom & Discipline

    Montessori’s definition of discipline The Montessori meaning of discipline is not the kind of external discipline, that is something the teacher does to control or command the child, for "listening doesn't make a man". Rather it is the child who internalizes the rules and feels that he/she is responsible...

      1329 Words | 4 Pages   Montessori education, Self-control

  • Discipline and Freedom

    Discipline and Freedom Is There a Relationship Between Freedom and Discipline? Yes. The relationship between these two seemingly opposing forces is one that is strong and interdependent. Often in the quest for freedom people will shun discipline. They believe that being disciplined somehow restricts...

      1748 Words | 5 Pages   Free will

  • Discipline and Freedom

    Discipline is to be used as a tool to guide us to our own goals and vision in life. Too much discipline will have an adverse effect in losing our feelings of self. When I think of my childhood I think of discipline as a bad thing. In time like I realized there is a way to use discipline to become better...

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  • Effective Discipline Without Physical Punishment

    Effective Discipline without Physical Punishment Jennifer Bailey Westerns Governors University Effective Discipline without Physical Punishment Contrary to what generations of parents have experienced in their own childhood, physical punishment is not an effective method to use when rearing...

      3205 Words | 8 Pages   Time-out (parenting), Corporal punishment in the home, Self-control, Obedience (human behavior)

  • Can There Be Creativity Without Emotion?

    Can there be creativity without emotion? Creativity is the ability to create new thoughts and ideas. It is a foundation to innovation, and it is all around us. Everything made by humans was once thought of, and then created. However, the greatest presence of creativity can be found in arts. As we all...

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  • Can There Be a Love Without Sex?

    Can there be love without sex in a relationship? Can you have a intimate relationship without having sex? And would it be considered emotionally intimate? Can relationship lasts without a sex? Can two people who are in love share a full relationship without sex? Can there be a relationship without sex...

      765 Words | 2 Pages   Intimate relationship, Interpersonal relationship

  • There can be no progress without conflict

    “There can be no progress without conflict.” The word conflict can be defined as a ‘serious disagreement or argument, typically a protracted one’; a ‘clash of opposing feelings or needs’. On the other hand, progress can refer to a ‘forward or onward movement toward a destination’. There is no doubt...

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  • That Which Can Be Asserted Without Evidence Can Be Dismissed Without Evidence

    Title 5: That which can be asserted without evidence can be dismissed without evidence Tania Beck 000642-004 Leysin American School Mother tongue: Indonesian Word count: 1244 That which can be asserted without evidence, can be dismissed without evidence. Evidence is information that...

      1252 Words | 4 Pages   Science, Truth, Theory, Fact

  • TOK- “That which can be asserted without evidence can be dismissed without evidence.”

    Namuun Khurts TOK Final essay 18 Jan 2013 "That which can be asserted without evidence can be dismissed without evidence." (Christopher Hitchens) Do you agree? Evidence is a fact or a piece of information that supports or disproves a belief. The statement assumes that evidence is the key criterion...

      1456 Words | 5 Pages   Scientific method, Reason, Ethics, Scientism

  • That which can be asserted without evidence can be dismissed without evidence

    The provision of evidence is the basis through which an individual or a society determines whether or not certain assertions can be accepted as knowledge. The quote raises the question of whether all our beliefs are substantiated with evidence. For the purposes of this essay it is necessary to define...

      908 Words | 3 Pages   Philosophy of science, Existence of God, Religion, Argument

  • Adolescents Need Freedom but Not Without Guidelines

    There has always been a battle between adolescents and adults over the amount of freedom teens should be allowed. However, today’s adults seem unable to strike the correct balance between setting strict rules and allowing freedom. They either set too many rules that constrict teens and infantilize them or...

      1012 Words | 3 Pages   Adolescence, Abuse, Friendship

  • Veneration Without Understanding and Freedom of Conscience

    Veneration without Understanding by Renato Constantino Basically, this article is just about how Renato Constantino wants the readers to analyze the real story behind Rizal being our national hero, the aspects that contributed to such recognition, his condemnation of the revolution, and other factors...

      664 Words | 2 Pages   Katipunan

  • Can Americans Live Without the Internet

    Can Americans live without the use of Internet? Gen X where the first generation to see the first personal computer or as some would refer to it as a PC, Gen Y is the generation of people born in 1984 through 2002, and the children born after 2002 are called Gen Z, or better known as the digital generation...

      1074 Words | 4 Pages   Internet, Social networking service

  • Morality Can Exist Without Religion

    Have you ever imagined if morals can exist without religion? One day when I got lost in a multitude of useless trivia in the Internet I accidentally came across a thought-provoking sentence by a British writer Arthur C. Clarke who said that "one of the great tragedies of mankind is that morality has...

      599 Words | 2 Pages   Morality, Free will, Atheism, Conscience

  • Can We Think Without Language..

    CAN WE THINK WITHOUT LANGUAGE Many anthropologists, linguists, psychologists, biologists and other academics have attempted to tackle this question in recent decades. It is sort of "chicken or egg" conundrum: Did human beings first develop the physical capabilities for language (larger brains, vocal...

      1180 Words | 3 Pages   World view, Linguistic relativity, Linguistics, Language

  • Can an Organization Operate Without a Strategy?

    and obtained over time. It’s the unifying idea that links together the functional areas of an organization. Therefore an organization cannot operate without a strategy. The essence of strategy is in choosing a unique and valuable position rooted in systems of activities that are much more difficult to match...

      747 Words | 3 Pages   Strategic management, Competitive advantage

  • Can Society Exist Without Religion?

    If one were to ask whether early human societies could have existed without religion, the answer would be a resounding no. Their collective knowledge was simply not considerable enough to explain the pertinent questions about life that faced them everyday. It’s human nature to seek answers to the unknown...

      1027 Words | 3 Pages   Religion, Anomie, Science

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