The speech is quite optimistic as the author hopes that poverty and racism are vices that can easily be overcome. He points out alternative ways of dealing with injustice, violence, and social oppressions. This way, the author appeals to people’s rational judgment to choose peaceful ways of handling social issues. The value of peace dominates the author’s speech. He recognizes that the Nobel Prize is an honor to many other leaders that are spearheading the struggle to end “man’s inhumanity to man.” Thesis of Luther’s Speech The author expresses the struggle that the civil rights activists and other leaders in the world are making to end racial injustice, poverty, and militarism by adopting a more peaceful approach to violence and oppression.
ROLE OF LOCAL SELF-GOVERNMENTS IN PROMOTING SOCIAL HARMONY SREE ABHINAV MARUDHALAM (D50) “Peace is not absence of conflict, it is the ability to handle conflict by peaceful means.” – Ronald Reagan The above quote in a sense sets the tone of this essay. Conflict in any society, much less a society as ‘fuzzy’ as ours, is natural and unavoidable. In fact, conflict in a society is a sign of its open mindedness and serves as a catalyst to overall development. It also helps achieve a common ground in society, balance and creativity. Some of our post-independence innovations like the quasi federal polity are a result of various hues of what were essentially conflict.
Gaius Sallutius Crispus once said “Harmony makes small things grow, lack of it make great things decay.” Harmony is an agreement where it brings closure to fights. It has to be maintained and flows smoothly like a river in a never ending way. A small thing or a problem can be solve through discussion and exchanging of brilliant and logical ideas. Without harmony, there will be no peace, only chaos and the river bathed with red blood. In order to make our world a better place, we must cherish the peace between countries and their people.
In this essay, I will first describe the concept of spontaneity in both Mencian and Daoist views, and then I will argue that it is better to live spontaneously, in terms of psychological wellbeing and quality of decisions in life. From Mencian view, human nature (xing) is inherently good. Mencius 6A/2 states that humans’ good nature is like water’s nature to flow down, which means that even if we do bad things, our nature is still good. Mencius 2A/6 and 6A/6 name the goodness we all have as the “four hearts”, the heart of compassion, shame, deference (respect in 6A/6) and judgment. The four hearts are inherently present within us like part of us, and hence natural to us, as stated in 2A/6 and 6A/6.
The rule ‘treat others as you would like to be treated’ is one of the main rules to live by when dealing with managing diversity. Is everyone being treated the same way? Is favoritism or discrimination being shown? Is concern for safety and well- being being shown? Although the shift from equal opportunities to managing diversity puts an emphasis on learning and adapting cultural change, it does not reject nor overlook the idea of justice; rather it expands on it and tries to open people’s eyes to the bigger issues that are linked with justice.
If we can only comprehend the emphasis laid on the happiness, evidenced in the definition, as the ultimate end of human beings as regard to law, then we will come to the realization that love and law are compatible and not necessarily at opposition. Law and love should thus co-exist harmoniously without one or the other being applied
If we study that quote, it seems that to have harmony nowadays, we need to be one and the same entity, which is the opposite of our topic today, which is variety, diversity. Personally, I believe it is not impossible to have harmony within diversity, albeit challenging. That brings me to my next point, in order to achieve harmony within diversity, we have to find a point of similarity. Just to clarify, differences are beautiful. Assimilations in cultures are what makes our country unique.
Prescribe Proverbs as a Theoretical Category in Communication Language and culture are symbiotic and synonymous. This relationship is intricate, and it is shown in terms of expression. What this it means is that all aspects of human life are subsumed in a culture which is expressed in communication. Therefore, communication represents the human thought and consequently controls and regulates human action whether verbal or non- verbal. It is the essence of human existence as speech determines life and human engagement.
Education has fundamentally been treated as the customary means of creating a more equal society however for some it has meant equality of opportunity to become uneven whereas for others it is for attaining greater equity in outcomes. Class, gender and ethnic inequalities are perceived as barriers that education has to confront in order to achieve justice in the distribution of opportunities and rewards. Therefore this essay is devoted to a critical philosophical discussion and analysis of educational implication of inclusive pedagogy. From philosophical point of view inclusion refers to a situation where everyone is been given equal opportunities regardless of their race, gender, disability medical or other need, that will consequently allow them an opportunity to share in learning experiences where they will gain knowledge that each individual has value and self-respect, morefurther, ensuring that they all live to the fullest and learn to live together. While inclusive education is all about embracing all, making a commitment to do whatever it takes to