In the book What’s It All About? Julian Baggini discusses philosophy and the meaning of life. This reading was able to bring different perspectives on ideas of the meaning of life that I thought about before. I was also able to learn about these concerns about life 's meaning or meaninglessness in a philosophical standpoint. Some of the chapters that I found interesting included the chapters titled looking for the blueprint, here to help, and becoming a contender. In the chapter looking for the
Education has the potential to enable all people to enhance their capabilities and functioning in order to allow the achievement of sustainable livelihoods and a brighter future outside the classroom. However, currently educational attainment is poor and exclusive in today 's education system. This problem is related to a range of economic, spatial, institutional, social and cultural structures and processes that revolve around the subject of how the students ' attitude is around their entitlement
an incorrect statement. Without theism, the only part of atheism that wouldn’t exist is its name. Julian Baggini, the editor of The Philosophers’ Magazine, weaves this analogy in his book Atheism: In Scotland there is a deep lake called Loch Ness. Many people in Scotland – almost certainly the majority – believe that the lake is like other lochs in the country. Their beliefs about the lake are what we might call normal. But that is not to say they have no particular beliefs. It’s just that the
What is love, a timely question for this time of year. Most everyone wants to experience love. Yet do most of us really know what is true love? If someone wants to have a better understanding of how to love in order to fully experience love, they need to get a grip on the concept of "unconditional love." We all experience love in some form and in some way, but do we really contemplate what it is? It is important to understand that love is experienced by the lover. When you love someone, that is your
Different types of love. 19 3.1 Opinion of some writers of ‘Love’ 21 3.2 The Eight Attributes of Love 22 3.3 Love in Philosophy 23 3.4 Love in Christianity 24 3.5 Love in Psychology 25 3.6 Compassionate Love vs. Passionate Love 26 3.7 Romeo and Juliet`s Story of Love 27 4. Characters of the novel “The House Gun” 29 5. Summary of the First Part of the novel “The House Gun” 32 6. Summary of the Second Part of the novel “The House Gun” 42 7. Analysis of the novel “The House Gun” 55 8. Conclusion 62 9.