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Philosophy and Community Service

by acadet in Philosophy, November 10, 2013
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What do philosophers think about community service and high schools that have community service requirements to graduate?

What is Destiny

by HassanB in Philosophy, July 26, 2013
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An article about the fate and its reality.

The Manchester Armchair Philosophers Ask is Looking After Those Less Fortunate Than Ourselves a Moral Obligation

by Arthur Chappell in Philanthropy, July 17, 2013
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At the moment it’s up to you whether or not you give to chaity or not. What if the Government made it compulsary for you?

The King Philosophers

by Inashaza in Philosophy, June 27, 2013
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Philosophy is the science of the wise. There are many philosophers who have inspired students. Among the philosophers there is Rene Descartes the philosopher of France like Wolfgang is the philosopher for Germany.

THE Greek Philosophers

by Joseng Sisiw in Languages, May 8, 2013
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Ano nga ba ang natuklasan ng mga Pantas na sina Socrates, Aristotle, at Plato upang sabihin na ang Tao ay Dakila at Walang Hanggan? Sa Artikulong ito ay ninikap ng may akda na ipaliwanag ang mga kaisipan nila sa layuning makatulong gabayan ang ating buhay sa kasalukuyan.

The Difference Between Stoicism and Epicureanism

by novelist in Philosophy, August 22, 2012
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Stoicism is a practical philosophy that spreads the belief in pantheistic materialism, whereas Epicurianism relates to freedom from pain, emotional disturbances and the doctrine of pleasure.

THE Manchester Armchair Philosophers Meeting 15th August 2012

by Arthur Chappell in Philosophy, August 17, 2012
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Launch meeting for a philosophy for all group in Manchester.

Enjoy Your Rats

by Rajasir in Philosophy, December 21, 2011
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I mean by this incident that what I had experienced was very personal to me. My rat is my rat and you all have your rats and I don’t know how you feel when your rats are in front of you.

Violence Increases Hate

by Peace Poet in Holidays, November 5, 2011
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In the contemporary globalised society, we notice that violence is alarmingly increasing day by day. Al wise values of life like love, compassion and peace seem to have no validity for most people in all parts of the world.

Revenge is Injurious

by Peace Poet in Issues, November 4, 2011
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A person who is always obsessed with the idea of taking revenge can never be happy, as all our happiness depends upon our right attitude toward other people in the society.

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