A college education has higher benefits in the long run for better higher paying jobs. Some people think no matter what it gives them it just is not worth the cost. Although, a lot of graduates of college stated that it treated them well, taught them more and college was worth their time (Pew Social and Demographic Trends). Getting an education can be challenging but it is it is worth the hard work because of the money in the future. People that did not get a college degree did not get as much money
Brave new world - Essay I look at this from a utilitarian perspective were the moral thing is to do the most good for the most amount of people. The individual, while important in any sense, is only relevant in terms of the community as a whole. It is very similar to the question of individual versus collective happiness. The happiness of the most amount of people is better than letting the individual decide for oneself. First I will address the term happiness.
With optimism, it can fill in for respect in most ways, like looking at the positive at something or supporting something or someone. Optimism is better than respect not being respect, but better and helps in different ways of mental and social outcomes. Optimism still depends on a person’s opinions but doesn’t prioritize them as much as respect would. So, it still acts like a fill in for respect. So, on the bright side not all is lost without respect with optimism it can be better, and can help more than respect, having a better outlook on things can be good or with negativity it can balance it all out without respect.
The good life can be defined as a way that someone plans to live virtuously by having a great education, enough money, and helping others. In other words, the good life means to me when life looks like a blessing than a burden. This essay aims to provide more than one answers about what makes people live a good life mean. Human beings, since their apparition is often misleading, what it is really mean a good life. We have been seen on the television or magazines that having a good life means being rich or famous when many of them, in reality, are miserable by a problem that wouldn’t affect ordinary people.
Traditions can give people hope by making them think that something that they perceive to be bad, will not happen. This can provide a mental piece of mind, which can improve some people’s work ethic. Hope can make peoples life happier because that’s how humans are made to feel from birth. Just remember that if you work hard you will be rewarded and that will always be incomprehensibly better than having to do something daily or whenever the tradition demands. In conclusion, you can now see that traditions are a waste time.
(Mill, utilitarianism, p.697) To put this into simpler terms, Mill is essentially saying events or experiences are desirable only when it is a source for pleasure, so actions are good when they lead to higher levels of general happiness and they are deemed as bad when it lowers your general level of happiness. However, it is important to note utilitarianism doesn’t say it is morally right for everyone to purse what make them alone happy but instead morality is dictated by what increases the total amount of utility in the world. Pursuing your own happiness at the expense of the majority of social happiness would be viewed as wrong by utilitarian’s. Mill then proceeded to say that morality requires impartial consideration of the interest of everyone involved, its not just about your own happiness. Utilitarian suggest that we make our moral decisions from the position of a benevolent, disinterested spectator.
When people are at a healthy level socially, they will more likely perform better at any sport since they have something to feel pride on (Ewert). Without the sense of belonging, the individual will feel lonely and anxious due to the isolation from a group. The performance will not negatively affect self-esteem since the if performance is at a good level, self-esteem increases, and if the individual fails to perform well, the self-esteem will most likely remain the same, since the highly motivated individual or a team is afraid of poor performance. However, the level of performance tells the person what should be done in order to improve and perform even better. Therefore the feedback will motivate the individual even more to succeed next
According to Rogers’s theory, an individual with high level of self-esteem normally is more confident to him/herself when confront to challenges,and optimistic to deal with the failure. However, individuals with low self-esteem may be pessimistic, most of them probably will avoid to accept challenges in life and unable to believe that life is not always satisfying but sometimes it happens to be unpleasant. Rogers also stated that individuals need positive regarded which involve the ways others analyse and judge a person in daily social interaction as individuals like to being admired, cherished, and trusted by others. Positive regarded is divided into unconditional positive regard and conditional positive regard. A person is being loved and accepted by their family members or significant person for what he/she is is categorized as unconditional positive regards.
Mead's statement comes to life in light of the immediate thought associated with success in people: being both personal and huge success. Furthermore, success between close groups is not often taken lightly, as it defines a clear obstacle to personal success. However, humans do have the ability to appreciate the success of others due to a general desire for a better society for all of humanity. At first, it may seem that Mead's generalization is a harsh reflection of the human reaction to success, but it means so much more than that. Mead did not exclude the fact that humans are capable of appreciating others.
Both authors offer useful information that can explain why sadness has a purpose. David observes that when one is already in a good mood, why should he or she push to become better when he or she is already satisfied with one’s self. That is the problem with many Americans today, they are on the search for happiness when happiness can often hinder his or her capability to accomplish his or her main goal (Begley