The Theory Of Self Thinking

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Till death, humans face the uncertainty to their actions every day but through free will, mankind is able to hypothesize on the metaphysics of the choices made and if they are determined by factors that are not of human control. Conceptual thinkers that practice Philosophy, the study of conscious thinking and deducting from experience, and metaphysics, the study of existence, beliefs, and reality outside a human perception, can bring to light some of life 's most complex questions per perceiver. Greek Philosopher, Aristotle, brought to attention that every experience has the potential to be manipulated by an external influence through various accumulated practices of knowledge, which is most effective assuming the human subject is not aware to the method of influence. The practices of these influences include methods of persuasion that appeal to emotional, ethical, and logical aspects pertaining to his/her attributes. Aristotle gave name to these factors as Pathos (persuasion through emotion), Ethos (persuasion through ethics), and logos (persuasion through logic). These concepts suggest that the subject is able to control but is also vulnerable to manipulation. The deeper the experiencer questions and configures the realities and illusions of the perceived world, the more realistic it seems to have the possible existence of both scenarios. These are ideas that have the potential for different opinions and views by each percipient; for it is highly unlikely for two
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