Essay on Religion

How could religion cause violence? Almost all religions around the world are based on love, peace and order. They all have certain rules and principles that hold love, peace, and order together within a society, but as the widely known saying states: “Rules are meant to be broken;” many people twist and misinterpret the sacred […]

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Essay on Ethics

In every area of society, ethics comes into play. The time spent by individuals on ethics, is the key in having a successful life and career. Many societal views correlate ethics with integrity. Integrity is the single most important value/trait a person can have, it is your most powerful weapon. If your integrity is compromised […]

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Essay: Aristotle And Plato’s Political Theories

Plato, the student of Socrates, and Aristotle, the student of Plato, two of the most influential philosophers to have ever walked the earth, take two completely different approaches whilst talking about the formation of city states and epistemology itself. Plato primarily defined the nature of things in theoretical terms through metaphysics, in contrast to actual […]

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Kant And Mill Ethical Theories

John Mill’s Utilitarianism and Immanuel Kant’s Fundamental Principle of the Metaphysic of Morality present the two philosopher’s divergent views on the field of moral philosophy. Mill’s Utilitarianism is a more refined ethical theory compared to Kant’s breakdown of the metaphysics and its use in proving what is right and what is wrong. Kant employs his […]

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