They made him work as a handyman instead. As a result, he would be cursed with crippling depression because he could never do what he wanted. This brief story shows the true face of a dystopian society. Dystopias restrict freedoms and in the end leads to the breakdown of society. It is important to always be aware of the possible sign of a dystopia and stop them from happening, but sometimes no matter what people do their beloved world takes a turn for the worst.
The things people lie for in our society shouldn 't have lied for that reason because it 's just the stupid things people lie for or do the dumbest things to get out of trouble. Why lie when you know eventually that day will come and you getting busted about lying instead of telling the truth and thats when you realize lying is bad lying doesn 't get you anywhere no one will trust you no one will ever listen to you when you are telling them something because you have lied so much. Would you Accept a lie if someone told you something but you didn 't know if it was the truth or a lie about the problem. Lying gets you no where it just gets you where no one will like you because you lied to them so much they wouldnt know if your telling the truth of you were lying because they don 't know what to believe is the truth. How would you know if someone was lying to you how would you know the truth would you just know or would you like figure out later get mad and dont be there friend or you just know them
Two speeches In this essay, we will compare and contrast two different speeches on love in Plato’s Phaedrus. First speech and second speeches are blaming love .the first speech by Lysias and second speech by Socrates. The definition of Love is the attraction, which contains sexual desire and the strong love felt by person who has a romantic relationship. There are two people who are Socrates talking to the young man who is Phaedrus. Also, both of them love speeches and like to listen to speeches.
For example, you do not let your children play with Hispanics because they are vulgar but instead, you allow them to play with Europeans because they are more civilized. You refuse to employ an African because you falsely accuse him of being lazy and you employ a German who you believe is a restless workaholic. You panic and get afraid whenever you see a Muslim as you for your false belief that he is a dangerous terrorist so you decide to humiliate him for another, unrelated people’s actions. The reason behind all these irrational decisions is stereotyping. Stereotyping is mostly caused by the formation of a person’s comfort zone.
WRITE ON PLATO’S THEORY OF KNOWLEDGE Plato was Born in Athens around the time 428 B.C. 'He was educated in philosophy, poetry and gymnastics by distinguished Athenian teachers including the philosopher Cratylus. ' However base on my understanding it was another Greek philosopher, name Socrates who would have more influence and inspiration on Plato 's thinking and writings, along with the times in which he lived. 'Plato in his writings explored justice, beauty and equality, his writings also contained discussions in aesthetics, political philosophy, theology, cosmology, epistemology and the philosophy of language. ' His most important writings called Dialogues touched upon almost every problem that had occupied philosophers in his time and even now in this present time.
Plato’s The Symposium examines the way at which love is viewed and interpreted. This is accomplished through testaments from guests at the symposium praising Eros, the god of love. Through the telling of these stories, Plato indicates that the numerous interpretations of love allow humans to take love in whatever way works best for them. He does this by exploiting the differences in opinions and approaches of each speaker at the symposium. Eryximachus, a pompous and organized doctor and scientist uses the information he has gained within his medical practice in order to explain love and the existence of Eros.
According to Williams (2008) pessimists are those people who have low opinion in life. They tend to expect the worst in life and from others. Also, they have poor behavior in dealing with the people around them. When you are a pessimist you think that events that happens in your life such as failures are beyond your control when in fact you could have done something to avoid such bad event but you insisted that you cannot do anything
Plato writes these books about Socrates’ life to dive deep into his thoughts, truth, and worldview. He is from Athens and helped to develop Athenian art and philosophy during the golden age of Athens around 400 BC. Socrates believes that once, the soul separates from the body, it can obtain true wisdom and understanding of love in the afterlife. Socrates’ worldview was of deep thinking and consisted of rational in his views of gaining true wisdom in afterlife, humility on his journey in obtaining wisdom, peaceful thought patterns, and his wise views to view love for the true beauty of the soul through obtaining a deeper connection. Before Socrates’ trial before the men of Athens, he is with the Oracle (a middle man between man and the gods who sought prophecy) and the Oracle tells him that he is the wisest human on the planet.
The karate kid was directed by Harald Zwart and the other films he was known for was the pink panther 2, Hamilton, and agent code bank 2. The scenes I had was the ending scenes showing Dre victory and him earning respect from the other coach team. The element made it memorable by showing how hard you work for something you will receive a positive ending. The dramatic part was when they got jealous of Dre flirting with this girl they liked. It was expressive by showing the characters had to go through tile the final
Socrates approaches people in an attempt to find out why the oracle of Delphi told him he is the wisest man of all (Plato, n.d.). He doesn 't believe to be wise, but at the same time, he acknowledges that the god of Delphi doesn 't lie (Plato, n.d.), so he embarks in a journey to discover the meaning of wisdom. He probes other men to try and find out whether or not their arguments are sound, and to what point he can actually challenge their logic. He comes to the conclusion that he actually cannot find a wiser man, but this does not change his fundamental idea that he himself has no knowledge. The Good Brahmin comes to a similar conclusion, saying that he is “ignorant of everything” (Voltaire, 1926).