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Philosophy Essay Examples

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Natural Law theory

Natural Law is becoming more irrelevant due to our secular culture. Natural Law depends on the belief that the world was designed by a creator, and that morality is absolute according to his standards. Aquinas assumes that all men must seek to worship God. What about an atheist? According to Thompson, if someone does not…

Relativism Example

The theory of Moral Relativism suggests that no principle or value is completely right or wrong; it depends on the circumstances such as the particular society in which one lives in. This proves to be a problem when discovering the actual truth as people begin to think that the truth relies on who maintains it…

Is the Teleological Argument strong

The Teleological Argument is an a posterior inductive argument which was put forward in many forms by ancient philosophers such as Plato and Cicero to the more modern philosophers and theologians such as Aquinas and Paley. It is an argument to prove the existence of God. The name of the argument comes from Greek “telos”…



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The differing notions of power and freedom explored in the Gorgias

What starts off as a discussion surrounding rhetoric, within the Gorgias, quickly but unsurprisingly transcends into a dialogue concerning the nature of virtuex of which the notions of freedom and power are intrinsically linked. Plato has the dialogue played out between Socrates and four others. Gorgias a famous Sophist and rhetorician, Polus his eager student,…

Compare the film The matrix with Plato’s Allegory of the cave

The Allegory of the Cave is one of Greek philosopher Plato’s most well known works. It is an extended allegory, where humans are depicted as being imprisoned by their bodies and what they perceive by sight only. In the allegory of the cave Plato wanted to show how true reality is not always what it…

The role of conscience in moral decision-making

Conscience can be defined as something within each of us that tells us what is right and what is wrong. In Latin ’Con’ means with and ’science’ means knowledge. Therefore we should surely use our conscience when we are making decisions as we should be being told what is the right thing to do and…

Natural Tendency To Do Good

Being around different people can make a human behave or act in ways that they normally would not. This is true in many possible ways and experiences that people go through. Mencius said, “Persons may be brought to do evil, and that is because the same is done to their nature. ” This shows that…

Legal Reasoning to the Grudge Informer Dilemma

The Problem of the Grudge Informer describes a situation that two major philosophical theories of law-Legal Positivism and Natural Law Theory-greatly disagree on. It provides a legitimate question for Natural Law theorists about the objective moral order of justice systems, which is accessed by reason and more specifically, the extent of which morality can play…

Plato’s defence of philosophy understood as critical thinking, as it is represented in Socrates’ trial in the “Apology”

This essay will firstly, ascertain and examine what exactly critical thinking is. Secondly, it will provide a brief outline of Plato’s ‘Apology’, and then it will outline and assess how Plato’s defence is represented and understood as critical thinking. Finally, there will be a conclusion of what exactly being a critical thinker entails and a…

Emotion vs The Intellect, The Heart vs The Mind

Over the generations as academia and civilization have transformed, changed, and grown there has always been a tear down the hearts and minds of this worlds greatest scholars. Questions of whether to follow the heart, its emotions and instincts, or the mind, and its intellect, land close to the hearts of anybody involved in academics….

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