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    Life is without a doubt the most important ideology that was ever invented. Evidently, every citizen has sacred things that belong to that person, even if they appear simple. Being a trombonist is one of the most unique inventions I've ever discovered. Constructed in the 1500s, the trombone has changed itself and society throughout those years of existence. The most standard trombone is the typical golden straight trombone. I’m not the greatest trombonist but someday I hope to achieve stability

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    My Life Philosophy

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    we are. We learn these throughout life from experiences and values that we know and acquire. These values can play a key part on how we view ourselves and the world around us. One of the many values that I have taken on is you are responsible for your own happiness. This can mean many things such as putting yourself before others sometimes, or only living once, or believing in yourself. This phrase can have many associations with it that will guide you through life. Being responsible for your own happiness

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    Philosophical Daoism Isabel Dominguez King 's University College The Dao de Jing is a collection of ancient Chinese texts which describe the Daoist philosophy of life. According to tradition, these texts date back to around the 6th-5th centuries BCE (Daoism 1, pg. 5). However, very little is known about the author who is simply referred to as Laozi (Daoism 1, pg. 4). The exact publication of these texts is also debated (Daoism 1, pg. 4). The Dao de Jing became an important text in China

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    “All that I’m after is a life full of laughter” (Life After You- Daughtry). Everyone has their own personal outlook on life. Some people feel like money and success bring them happiness, others feel like love is all they need. As Aristotle once said, "Happiness is believed to be the most desirable thing in the world..." (Aristotle) Everyone wants different things. I however, feel like you don’t need a lot to be happy in life, it’s the little things that count. Having your family and friends, and

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    The concept of the good life is one that comes up frequently in the PULSE program because it centers on the core beliefs of the program itself; personal and social responsibility. To me, the nature of the good life entails of knowledge, happiness, justice, and introspection. Through my exploration of the good life, I hope to clarify how I view the good life in accordance to Aristotle and Plato, but also, how I perceive the good life in general. Service is an important portion of the PULSE program

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         I can remember as a child always asking myself the “why” questions of life. What is the purpose of life? Why are we here? What is the purpose of life? Why do certain things happen? And is there really a God? I had always kept these questions to myself and eventually pushed them out of my mind altogether. I was raised in a Christian household and you just were not allowed to ask questions of that nature and doubt the faith. The world is the way it is because God made

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    scholar but as sage. Hadot attempts to recapture the early understanding of the study of philosophy as an entry into a mode de vie, a way of life richly satisfying and personally rewarding. The challenge for us today, he claims, is to rediscover the unity between two different visions of philosophy: philosophy as scientific discourse and philosophy as way of spiritual enlightenment. As scientific discourse, philosophy cannot exist as a reality in and for itself. It is only the expression of the experience

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    major philosophies- Utilitarianism, Deontology, and Feminism. These three philosophies come up frequently in my life. I judge an event in which philosophy is the main focus. In addition, I like to use these three principles in my moral judgments and decisions. Reaching the end of this class and semester I can say that my knowledge of these three philosophies has expanded immensely. The critical, informational, and literary aspects (stories that provide analysis) of the book The Moral Life has helped

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    I can remember as a child always asking myself the "why" questions of life. Why are we here? What is the purpose of life? Why do certain things happen? And is there really a God? I had always kept these questions to myself and eventually pushed them out of my mind altogether. I was raised in a Christian household and you just were not allowed to ask questions of that nature and doubt the faith. The world is the way it is because God made it that way and that is all there is to it. I was really excited

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    Humanism is a progressive philosophy of life that aspires to the greater good of humanity. Whether you’re doing research, exploring a personal philosophy, or are simply curious about humanism the research is there to support this ideal (). “Some humanists assume their dependency on science, reason, and logic prevents them from buying into or perpetuating social constructions of injustice”, - i.e. racism (Pinn, 2015). “I venture to guess they believe this, again, because social injustice is illogical

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