up a morality, for a very simple reason: he never asks what we must do, he always asks what we are capable of, what 's in our power, ethics is a problem of power, never a problem of duty. In this sense Spinoza is profoundly immoral. Regarding the moral problem, good and evil…he doesn 't even comprehend what this means. What he comprehends are good encounters, bad encounters, increases and diminutions of power. Thus he makes an ethics and not at all a morality. This is why he so struck Nietzsche.
General Psychology July 15, 2015 Freud vs. Jung “One repays a teacher badly if one remains only a pupil. And why, then, should you not pluck at my laurels? You respect me; but how if one day your respect should tumble? Take care that a falling statue does not strike you dead! You had not yet sought yourselves when you found me. Thus do all believers -- Now I bid you lose me and find yourselves; and only when you have all denied me will I return to you.” (Nietzsche Quoted by Jung to Freud, 1912), [McGuire
supervenes on a life that is systematized around the correct stuff. In accordance with the amalgam of relevant questions concerning purpose, value or worth in life, questioning the meaning of life remains distinct from the purely ethical facets of right vs. wrong, human happiness, and what is beautiful or good, yet at the same time also sustains a relationship with all three. In order to dissect the problems surrounding the incoherency of the topic and discover a greater sense of what constitutes a life
included which of the following countries? Germany, Austria-Hungary, and Italy 36. The primary antagonists in the Balkans region were Serbs and Austrians 1876 - subject people in Ottoman Empire, Russia, and Austria 1908 to 1913 - Serbia and Russia vs. Austria 37. Which revolutionary leader helped overthrow the Manchu Dynasty of China in
GP NOTES 2010 (ESSAY) Content Page 1. Media a. New vs. Traditional b. New: narcissistic? c. Government Censorship d. Profit-driven Media e. Advertising f. Private life of public figures g. Celebrity as a role model h. Blame media for our problems i. Power + Responsibility of Media j. Media ethics k. New Media and Democracy 2. Science/Tech a. Science and Ethics b. Government and scientist role in science c. Rely too much on technology? d. Nuclear technology
Pope John Paul II’s Theology of the Body A Cliff Notes’ Version Introduction A. The Theology of the Body is the term used to describe the teaching of Pope John Paul about the human person and human sexuality given during his Wednesday Catecheses in St. Peter’s Square between September 5, 1979 and November 28, 1984. John Paul II says that these catecheses could be called “Human Love in the Divine Plan” or “The Redemption of the Body and the Sacramentality of Marriage.” B. Various scholars, in