Kobe can do anything he is a very versatile player and could get anywhere around the court in a blink of an eye. Bryant is the definition of all-around in my book. He knows how to play both sides of the game offense and defense. I look at Kobe Bryant as the ultimate weapon. I want to play like him as I continue to get better and better every time I play basketball.
Yet, one must be causa sui to achieve true moral responsibility. Hence, nothing is able to truly be morally responsible. Strawson 's whole purpose of writing the article is to change anyone 's mind who says that we should be responsible for the way we are and what we do as a result of the way we are. He believes we are lacking freedom and control of doing so. He argues that if we do something for a reason, that is how we are, so we must be responsible.
He links the use of reason with freedom and this use of reason helped us achieve a system of morals. However, Nietzsche disagrees with Kant and mocked the idea that using reason can help us since reason is something created by man and his view of the world, therefore none of these concepts can have true meaning. He wanted to know how and why did such morals come to have this value and this is how through the use of Nietzsche’s philosophy, I will critique Kant’s moral
Who should the world call the best basketball player of all time ? Most people think Michael Jordan is the best basketball player of all time because of the impact he made on the game, the growth he has made throughout his basketball career, and fans he has brought to the game. Michael Jordan has made a big impact on the game of basketball. For example when “ Michael Jordan lifted off from the free throw line and handily won the 1988 dunk contest.” Michael Jordan 's famous dunk happened in the 1988 dunk contest. His famous dunk is known as the Air Jordan symbol.
He was a noble warrior, and had achieved great things, yet his tragic flaw took a toll on him. He realized too late that his fears, the forces that drove him towards success were also the reasons that brought him to his tragic end. In Things Fall Apart, Chinua Achebe illustrates Okonkwo as a power-hungry and determined individual with a negative attribute of his character. However, he is stubborn and impulsive; in the end, his fear of weakness ultimately leads him to his downfall. Every tragic hero always starts off with fame.
As Pecorino (2000) defined it, “existentialism is a philosophical movement or tendency, emphasizing individual existence, freedom, and choice that influenced many diverse writers in the 19th and 20th centuries”. From the definition, it can be said that it is a view that all humans should determine their own meaning in life, and therefore try to make rational decisions in spite of existing in an irrational universe. The central point of the idea is the question of human existence, and the feeling that there is no purpose or explanation at the innermost of existence. It further holds that there is no God or any other superior force, and that the only means to opposed this nonexistence is by willingly accepting existence. The following paragraphs discuss the main feature of the existentialist view which includes; existence precedes essence, the absurd, facticity, authenticity, the Other and the Look, angst and dread, despair, etc.
Many of the better basketball players are good because they had something happen in there personal life that changed the way they play the game. There are many examples of players that exceeded greatly in their basketball career. Steve Kerr is a prime example. He is known today as the head coach of the well known Golden State Warriors. The team is worth 2.3 billion dollars and has been growing through the years.
Such systems treated man merely as a passive observer of the external world. By contrast, existentialist man took in the whole spectrum of existence known directly and concretely by not just thinking but as an initiator of action and a centre of feeling. The doctrine existence precedes essence shows how man should locate reality in the concrete actualities of experience. Philosophers of existence distrust intellectual abstractions and locate reality in the concrete actualities of experience. As to the question of deciding issues of meaning and value, the existentialist says that man creates meaning and value by his freely willed choices and actions.
The state of nature can be describes as a state without any structure or laws. Hobbes’ states that men in the state of nature are equal in faculty of body and mind which leads them to have the same desires and therefore, become enemies. The state of nature is a state composed of greedy men only caring about their desires and most of all their own safety and survival. Men’s behavior in the state of nature is centered on three pillars: competition (to satisfy his desires no matter what it takes), diffidence (ensure his own safety) and glory
He believed that the raw matter of knowledge must be, existing independently of human minds and would remain unknown forever. For him, human knowledge cannot reach to them because of knowledge can only arise in the course of synthesizing the ideas of sense. And according to Husserl, the key step for that is the assumption of the transcendental phenomenological attitude. To assume the transcendental perspective means to adopt an attitude of consciousness that transcends the orientation toward the human mode of being conscious and that is also free from worldly and empirical assumptions.