M. Hare, based on the utilitarianism theory of John Stuart Mill. The argument of R. M. Hare is examined, and exceptions in which utilitarianism actually condones slavery are proposed and analyzed. Slavery may means misery for slaves, but the abolition of slavery doesn’t necessarily mean happiness and well-being. In fact, the abolishment may lead the slaves to a more desperate state of being with little thing to eat and nowhere to sleep. In such case, it is basic needs versus human rights.
In “Heloise & Abelard: Love Hurts”, Cristina Nehring points out that people today do not value romanticism as an admirable element of love, but become more self-centered and try to avoid hurts that love is attached to. People think romanticism is archaic. Therefore, Nehring illustrates that, “The story of Abelard and Heloise hardly resonates with the spirit of our age.” However, I disagree with Nehring’s point. Love is an emotion which rationality can hardly control. Even if the importance of rationality and the one of emotion become a disproportion in the process of decision making, people still need to go through the process of choosing and the procedure hurts feelings.
Saunders then questions why aren 't people kind to others? He thinks that the lacks kindness are due to the existence of some believe that force us to arrange things and needs: even if we don 't want to be self-centered, we are naturally misled by the idea that everyone
As if their mind isn’t knowledged enough to understand or believe the concepts they believe in and it’s unfair for that to be done, because if their views are opposed it’s horrible and it makes them angry, but if they don’t agree with the other person then the other people aren’t
It is difficult to objectify the subjective ideas when it comes to real experiences. This is because a real experience for every individual is not the same. Therefore, critics believe that the conclusions made from the subjective experiences are almost impossible to verify due to unreliable research in humanism. In addition, they believe that humanism is not a true science due to there is too much of involvement of common sense rather than objectivity. Moreover, humanism only approaches the good side on growth and the achievements of humans by simply denying and does not attempt to prevent or make clear of the psychotic disorder.
It is EQ, not IQ, that is most important. Some critics have attacked the concept of EQ, saying that "it doesn’t exist or that it is not relevant in our society." This people are clearly wrong, and do not have a basic understanding of human psychology. If you can understand the fact that humans tend to be emotional, than EQ makes perfect
INTRODUCTION Being under pressure to achieve unobtainable goals inevitably sets that person up for disappointments. Perfectionists tends to have harsh critics of oneselves when fail to meet their standards and objectives. Some authors have argued on two types of perfectionism. They have classified some as tending towards normal perfectionism and some as neurotic perfectionism. Normal perfectionists are gradient more towards being a perfect person without compromising on their self-esteem, and deriving happiness from their own efforts, Being made.
Let me explain. Did you know that insecurity makes your confident lost, why? Because if your starting of being insecure to others you 're just showing yourself that you can 't do what they do, in short you don’t trust yourself that you can do all the things that what others do. Insecurity this means you 're doubting yourself, your abilities, and not believing yourself of doing something. Insecurity is a feeling of uncertainty or lack of confidence about yourself.
If humans, no longer the potential for good then they would have no capabilities. Rogers wanted people to know their self-worth and potential for good otherwise, they may not have the ability to accept their good qualities. Instead of criticizing the people Rogers wanted to feel accepted or it could lead to maladjustment. Some of those behaviors may be low self-esteem, depression, or feeling like an outcast. Another abnormal behavior is when humans set unrealistic goals.