Imagination And Imagination
Although imagination is a major theme of my personal philosophy, the harmony of freedom and faith are key elements. Why are we here? How do we know what our purpose is supposed to be? Well, the answers to those questions depend on who you ask. Existentialism, empiricism, utilitarianism, and objectivism have very similar but also very different ideas. The philosophers based their lives off of these ideas and codes.
We are entirely free. We can make our own choices whenever we want to. Even though the choices may be against the rules or the law, we still have the option to make these choices. Descartes knew that “human beings know some things and are capable of discovering others” (Hatfield, 2014). He maintained that “the human intellect is able to perceive the nature of reality through a purely intellectual perception”, meaning that we make our own decisions on what we see, hear, touch, and taste (Hatfield, 2014).
I truly think that our destiny is already set for us before we’re even able to process information and make choices. However, the path we take to get to the end of the road is our own decision. No one but ourselves can make us do anything to be successful and end where we’re supposed to be. We were raised to believe that what our parents or teachers say, goes. That’s just how it is. As I got older, I realized that I have been carving my own future along the way. For college, it worked out so well that I am certain I was meant to go to Northern…