Pagulayan, Jennifer T.
Mr. Randolph MacababbadThink of a word that best describes Philosophy as a whole. I choose LOVE. But first let us define the word love. What is love? For the philosophers, love generate a host of tissues: means it is word unattached to anything real or sensible, that is all. But for me, it is a feeling that every individual has. A feeling that means a lot to us. Individuals has their own and different definition of it, but whatever definition we have, it’s the most important thing we have to show to those people we love and who love us whole heartedly and also to our every action that we or we are going execute, love should always be there. Love is all that matters. This is the 3rd reflection paper that our professor gave us. At first, I was that stressed to do this things like this especially each requirement must contain at least 3 pages. I was so confused because I am not used to do things like this. But later on, I was able to LOVE this, doing reflection papers (but I wish this would be the last. Hehehe). And so I decided to choose LOVE that best describes philosophy as a whole. Why? Because loving everything you do will make you happy. Happiness is all what we want, happiness that we feel because of love. I often see people using love in arguments of morality. So I ask those people to thoroughly and completely define their intended meaning of it to the best of their ability so that I may better understand their arguments. Also, it would be interesting , in general, to see how people view love and its meaning. Someone says “Love is wanting what is best for an individual (or group) beyond personal preferences, desires, or perspective in all situations”. For me, that is right, if you love someone or maybe something, you are willing to give all of you even if it’s for worst. Sometimes, we are acting immoral because of love, we know what is right but we often do the wrong things that might hurt someone for our own sake. But as...
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