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  • Plato's Autonomy

    a person. According to Plato, every person’s soul can be divided into three main parts. The first part is the rational part which seeks out the truth of the surrounding environment. Next comes the part of the soul that is responsible for the emotions that we feel; this part of the soul is the spirited part. The want to have honor and other feelings of contentment comes from within this spirited section of the soul. Finally, there is a part of the soul that is responsible for wanting everything…

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  • Summary: Area Of Philosophy

    Socrates’s argument is that the physical body and the mind or soul are two separate aspects of ourselves. Socrates also argues that the soul uses the body as an instrument of perception. That the soul rules the body in the same way that the divine rules the mortals. The proof that as Socrates said our bodies are imperfect, they change, and they die are all around us as we can see with every human being. His ideas that the souls are unchanging and immortal, surviving the death of the body are…

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  • Christian Counseling Reflection

    is the true meaning of Christian counseling. During this process of healing and transformation the questions of taking possession of the soul and shaping of the soul was discussed as part of Christian counseling. Meaning, there…

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  • Aquinas: Essence And Existence

    Thomas in this sense agrees with the Averroists and states that “the intellect is what makes universality in things,” (Aquinas, III). This intellect is put into beings through the First Cause, which is God (Aquinas, III). Since all beings which have a soul have…

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  • Plato's Meno: A Theory Of Recollection

    “ - Meno, 81c-d. Thus, follows the conclusion in Meno that education cannot teach knowledge, but rather aids a student to recall what the soul already knows, i.e. the unchangeable Knowledge of Forms. Even though we get an introduction to this theory of recollection in his first writing, you might say it’s a devotion or just a mere fascination… but if you’re familiar with his work you may…

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  • Differences Of Erotic Love By Aristophanes And Alcibiades

    Erotic love can be categorized as “two kinds of value [and] two kinds of knowledge” () from Plato’s Symposium; it’s content raises the decision between an abstract way of pursuing erotic love and the traditional pursuit of a soulmate. Aristophanes and Alcibiades share a common pursuit of wholeness through the physical form. Aristophanes uses a tale of traditional Greek mythology which teaches humans were once whole, but as punishment humans were separated into two beings and given the life…

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  • The Ill Mind Of Hopsin Seven Analysis

    The Curious Mind of Hopsin Humans possess a powerful tool that many take for granted. That powerful tool is the brain. The brain performs many actions, allowing people to think, feel, and live. The rapper Hopsin gained a massive following because of his unique way of displaying his realizations about life. Unlike the stereotypical perception of rappers, Hopsin creates songs with a purpose. In his song “Ill Mind of Hopsin Seven” (2015), he offers his perspective on religion and humanity. This…

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  • Analysis Of Song Of Myself By Walt Whitman

    Whitman states that he is not just "the poet of the Body", (422) but "the poet of the Soul." (422) The complexity of the human soul and the way one chooses to view themselves in a theological context is paramount to Whitman’s writing. There is a certain catharsis in “Song of Myself”, in which the narrator creates his bond and relationship with God, and is overcome…

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  • The Journey Of The Mind To God Analysis

    vale of tears by fervent prayer” (pg 5). Prayer is a light in which helps the soul recognize the steps of the soul’s journey to God. Therefore, making prayer the origin of every up rising…

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  • Aristotle's Views On Happiness And Virtue

    virtue. He sets happiness as a goal / purpose that all people should try to achieve. Plato and Chuang Tzu give their ideas of what they believe is an ideal life and the means to achieve it. In Republic, Plato states that fulfilling the reasons of the soul and doing your duty as a citizen is an ideal life, and the ‘happiest’ of all is the Philosopher-Kings. Chuang Tzu states in Basic Writings that those who live their lives according to The Way is how a person can live to their fullest potential.…

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