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41: Philosophy Statement
Philosophy Statement There is some thought or lack of thought behind every design that goes beyond the mere thought put into technically exacting an image onto paper. A thought that exists unrelated to design--that no ... food and teaching decorum and tradition would be a very different building than a place where students are briefed with information and prepared to be skilled components. Hospital buildings designed from the outset on the philosophy of healing would literally be different structures than medical centers founded on body repair. With these momentous differences creating such broad outcomes in design, architects should either be servants of philosophers or trained to think deeply about the latent philosophy that intrinsically determines design. No amount of technical or even aesthetic education can teach what is ennobling or sacrilegious, right or corrupt. A discussion of how deeper significances are a veiled governor of design, ...
42: The Dialectical Cut in Socrates' Soul
... the best regime is one of complied consent. There still seems to be difficulty in deciding the best means to the desired end. Politics, the ruling force, operates in the realm of opinions. Its counterpart, philosophy, is an attempt to replace opinions about political things. This "political science" is the process of acquiring political knowledge for the guiding of political life. The transformation from opinions to knowledge is through the dialectic method. This "political science" is not without its problems. It is plagued by relativism and nihilism. These problems tend to make politics unreceptive to philosophy. What philosophy is is best seen in a confrontation between the philosopher and the city. It is by no small coincidence that these two conflicting views are seen in different characters in The Being of the ...
43: Aristotles Philosophy On Why People Enjoy Viewing Tragedies
Aristotle's Philosophy regarding why People enjoy viewing Tragedies. The word Tragedy can be applied to a genre of literature. It can mean any serious and dignified drama that describes a conflict between the hero (protagonist) and a ... involvement of human heroes and heroines that make human mistakes interests attracts the attention of the audience. Their extremely emotional conclusion only adds to emphasizing the radical point of view of the author. Aristotle's philosophy on Tragedies is both fascinating and accurate. His key points: the intricacy of tragedies, and the build up and release of emotions have proven to be and apparently will always be enticing constituents of audiences ...
44: Philosophies In Voltaires Cand
... with different cultures throughout the book, we the reader find that Voltaire is describing his ideas or outlooks on life. In the novel, Voltaire portrays three philosophies that are of importance. The first is the philosophy of a utopian society, the second is the philosophy of optimism, and the third is the statement, " we must go and work in our garden.". The first of the philosophies is that of the utopian society. In the novel, the city of Eldorado is ... the riches that the Eldoradans inhabit, he is so taken aback by their lack of real interest in it all, he can't understand why they live the way they do. He also uses his philosophy of the utopian society to show how very far short of being perfect our culture falls. He uses it to contrast the experiences that Candide had throughout his journeys. Candide's observance of the ...
45: Karl Marx
... presiding over the Tavern Club and joining a club for poets that included some politically active students. However, he left Bonn after a year and enrolled at the University of Berlin to study law and philosophy. Marx's experience in Berlin was crucial to his introduction to Hegel's philosophy and to his "adherence to the Young Hegelians." Hegel's philosophy was crucial to the development of his own ideas and theories. Upon his first introduction to Hegel's beliefs, Marx felt a repugnance and wrote his father that when he felt sick, it was ...
46: Influences Of Socratic Philoso
WESTERN CIVILIZATION In today's modern world, much of our own culture's beliefs and morals are directly due to the impact of Socratic philosophy on European thinkers, and therefore our own in the western world. This philosophy, was based upon the thoughts of Socrates, who was an Athenian philosopher and possibly the most enigmatic figure in the entire history of philosophy. To begin, after about 450 B.C., Athens was considered the cultural center of the Greek world, and from then on, Athenian philosophy took a new direction. In the past, the Greek world had ...
47: Locke’s Political Philosophy Summary
Locke’s Political Philosophy Summary John Locke’s philosophy about political rights is clearly simple as it is written for the common people. John believed that man was created with certain rights obtained through religion or God that could not be taken away from ...
48: My Philosophy in Teaching/Coaching at the Secondary Level
My Philosophy in Teaching/Coaching at the Secondary Level My idea of success and being a winner is being an effective teacher both in life and on the playing field. I am not becoming just a coach ... in the fight, but the size of the fight in the dog." How we practice during the week is how we'll play in the game; therefore, I will not accept sloppy practice sessions. My philosophy as a teacher/coach and in life begins and ends with respect. If I cannot respect myself then it is impossible to have true respect for anyone else, and if I cannot respect others, how ...
49: Rene Descartes
... the age of eight, he was enrolled in the Jesuit school of La Fleche in Anjou, where he remained for eight years. Besides the usual classical studies, he received instruction in math and in Scholastic philosophy. Roman Catholicism exerted a strong influence on Descartes throughout his life. Upon graduation from school, he studied law at the University of Poitiers, graduating in 1616. He never practiced law, however--in 1618 he entered ... Maurice of Nassau at Breda, Netherlands, with the intention of following a military career. In succeeding years Descartes served in other armies, but his attention had already been attracted to the problems of mathematics and philosophy to which he was to devote the rest of his life. He made a pilgrimage to Italy in 1623-24, and spent the years from 1624 to 1628 in France. While in France, he devoted himself to the study of philosophy and also experimented in optics. In 1628, having sold his properties in France, he moved to the Netherlands, where he spent most of the rest of his life. He lived for varying periods in ...
50: Karl Marx
... presiding over the Tavern Club and joining a club for poets that included some politically active students. However, he left Bonn after a year and enrolled at the University of Berlin to study law and philosophy. Marx's experience in Berlin was crucial to his introduction to Hegel's philosophy and to his "adherence to the Young Hegelians." Hegel's philosophy was crucial to the development of his own ideas and theories. Upon his first introduction to Hegel's beliefs, Marx felt a repugnance and wrote his father that when he felt sick, it was ...


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