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The evil beings

Subject: Philosophy

There is no definition of evil in neither SAOL or Good Books lexicon. Probably because it is almost impossible to define. It was something we soon became aware of when we are in the group took up the task. We started namely with trying to work out what evil is and then, when we held it, able to move on. See schoolwork »

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Death

Subject: Philosophy

Imagine if you suddenly would start remembering his former life. That's what happened with Max. He was a regular guy, who had succeeded. 31years and worked on a successful law firm in Las Vegas. Wife and kids were not really his thing, he worked too much. View schoolwork »

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The Future

Subject: Philosophy

To discuss what will h "g th in the future f" ruts "tter
one thing - that there will be a future. In today l 'give' is not
p "tain. Sure, the time will not stop, s † p † it's "The measure
will always be a future. But we l "gger normally
the p † lot more in the sense of "future" - framf "ticularly we mean
with "future," the individual, v † rt Samh "lles or
Tom M "nsklighetens future. View schoolwork »

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Love

Subject: Philosophy

You are the most beautiful available. You are absolutely wonderful you have everything a girl could have. Your body is completely Fantastik. Your eyes are like diamonds. You are my greatest love. If it were, we'd be happy. I can not stop Thoughtful at you at night. You are the only one that is on my mind .. ♥

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What is love

Subject: Philosophy

Of course, the object of his love not to be a different person, it might as well be a dog, a cat, football, music, or anything else, but usually it is thought love with a partner.
Love may be what you live for, the most important thing in your life.
It is believed that love will make your life so much better. View schoolwork »

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Stoicism

Subject: Philosophy , History

Stoic birth

Year 313 BC landed in Athens a young man named Zeno, according to one anecdote after a shipwreck. His homeland was Kition on Cyprus. Where he was going we do not know. He settled in Athens and began studying philosophy. Zeno founded the Stoic school - perhaps the most influential during late antiquity. View schoolwork »

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ATLANTIS

The sole plenty of tales and legends of lost countries in history, myths and folklore. The memories and recollections of those "dream worlds" gives the very least a glimpse of life in other worlds and other times. At most, they may contain the key to the dawn of civilization.
Depths may one day come to reveal secrets about once fertile and prosperous countries Lyonesse and Atlantis. View schoolwork »

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The existence of God

Subject: Philosophy

Literature review

Plato was the first who thought of God as a being without fault, as only good. He believed that God had no part in the people's sin. Plato refers to God as "Father of the universe"; he lacks envy and want everything to be as much like him as possible. God is the source of all that is good, true and correct. Which means that people also want to try to achieve truth and justice. View schoolwork »

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Ancient Greece: Philosophy

Subject: Philosophy , History

What is philosophy?
Philosophy is about trying to find answers to the questions that man always comes back to. What is right or wrong? Am I just a body, or is man anything more than that? I have a free will? The answers are as numerous as there are people.
In the ancient Greek times it was common with philosophical questions in a scientific edition. How and why the seasons changed? View schoolwork »

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