Kwame Anthony Appiah is an unapologetic liberal individualist. According to him, Importance of a person 's identity is necessary for a good life, and personal identity involves social aspects. He rightly argues: "To value individuality properly just is to acknowledge the dependence of the good for each of us on relationships with others. Without these bonds we could not come to be free selves, not least because we could not come to be selves at all." Appiah accepts the importance of relationships and identities in constituting our individuality and criticizes the schizophrenic obsession with choice that can be found among existentialist thinkers.
First of all, the need of having a good moral education to prevent from having a world in which the value systems are unbalanced and constantly affect the progress of society. As many of us know, the basic unit of society is the family, that´s why we must encourage others to enjoy the balance brought through mutual respect and support. However, among the mixture of feelings expressed along the novel, perseverance is one of the few values that completely pushes us out of poverty; just like Gatsby overcame himself. The greatest message from Fitzgerald is that we should consider how society is currently and how is can change in the future. Scott Fitzgerald was gifted with the opportunity of experiencing a transition from a World War to a period of great joy and comfort.
American society needs to reevaluate its priorities and reset its standards in order to excel as a country. In “Idiot Nation”, Michael Moore uses great structure and pathos to present his argument and appeal to his readers. His ideology supported well by statistical data and is further illustrated by personal experiences. Though, Moore is bias because he is an activist and social critic, and he doesn 't express the views of the opposing side. His emotions are loud and clear in his writing, and Moore has done an outstanding job of getting his message across of the concern for the well-being of the American
Wendell Berry is an American writer known mostly for his stories about the value of environmental conservation. “Family Work” is an essay about the influence of technology and the need to return to traditional values. He makes the argument that truly living your life is viewed as an impractical practice by modern society because of the reduction of the family unit. Berry also has an unwavering belief that if the public listens to him they will become better people. I agree that Berry’s ideas are revolutionary and that putting some of them into fruition will make your life better.
After experiencing all different walks of life at Shaw, I can say that I am better prepared for the teaching world ahead of me. With more time and experience, I will be able to better care for these students as a mentor and teacher. This placement has helped me approach a situation with a nonjudgmental heart and to advocate and care for each student with dignity and respect regardless of situation of the student. I need to strive to accommodate each student’s needs as best as I can. I feel as though that most people go into situations in life with some form of judgmental attitude.
Our Scott City high school baseball team hasn 't been good my whole high school career. We have lost more games in the last four years than any team I know of. My freshman year we only won one baseball game, sophomore year only won one game, junior year we won three games and this year we have won 3 games out of five that 's better than I thought we would do. I think a big part why we lose is because the coaches and the players who don 't try. My freshman and sophomore year we had coach Baker and he seemed to try to make us better we just couldn 't fix the problem.
Overall, Our Government has continuously played an essential role in our lives daily. To the extent in which government involvement in American society is being debated and is the central focus of political contention. A Government is necessary after all to deliver amenities to citizens who may not be able to provide adequately for themselves. In “We the People” by Ginsberg it states that, “That public good services include defense against foreign aggression, maintenance of public order, a stable currency, enforcement of contractual obligations and property rights, and a guarantee of some measure of social justice” (pg.13). Even though were taxed to provide these services.
That summer, I felt good and I was doing well with the running and I thought this would be the year. Again, my dreams were crushed as I didn’t make varsity and also was forced to switch positions and lost my starting spot at the beginning of the season. I had fallen far from being a freshman playing on JV to as a junior losing my starting spot to a freshman playing JV. Oh, the irony. It was after that season that I realized, that through the first 3 years of my high school soccer career, I had been trying to please someone and I wasn’t focused on enjoying what was in front of me.
This virtues pros are that of having hope, whereby it’s the key to success as having hopes leads to having higher aims and thus temptations which leads to great achievements. transcendence helps us appreciate who we are for instance if taken the Kurdish society as an example we see that many don’t appreciate who they are and where they come from thus they try to copy others which then leads to negative outcomes, like loss of culture and unique traditions so having transcendence exist among all can aid in having more self-appreciation. On the other hand, in running a country aiming for satisfaction among all the virtue of transcendence may not play a big role. For instance, humor and spirituality