Toll free:
Start Live Chat
Order now
Toll free:

Good Life Course

Silence Having a pace of life different from today’s pre-modern style, people placed an emphasis on pondering over important questions and spending time alone. Speaking little was a sign of wisdom, because people with scattered minds and overloaded with worries could not stay in silence. Their minds are racing, and their tongues are wagging. Religions […]

Love, Virtue and Wisdom

The Symposium was written between 385-370 BC by Plato. The script is a philosophical writing whose fundamental theme is love. Through the text, Plato presents a discourse on the origin, purpose and the various aspects of love. In the symposium, the subject of love is surveyed in a series of discourses presented by people who […]

The Rituals of Purification in Hinduism, Chinese Buddhism, and Shinto

The rituals of purification are characteristic of every culture, tradition, and religion since people always need certain instruments to restore their spiritual cleanness after possible interrelations with unclean entities. It is also important that the recovery of human purity justifies such socially needed action as forgiveness. The reason is that purification eliminates all the consequences […]

Ethics in Eating Animals

Irrespective of the cultural, religious, or political differences, it is evident that everybody has a favorite animal. Whether it is a goat, a dog, a horse, or a pig, it is clear that the connection that is created between the human and the animal is brought about by emotions one can develop towards these creatures. […]

On Being an Atheist

The ongoing metaphysical debate on the existence of God has at least two thousand years of tradition and history of arguments from all sides. McCloskey’s 1968 article “On Being an Atheist” is a fine example of reasoning and views that appear to be usual among western atheists at that time. This paper responds to central […]

What Does It All Mean?

Even though each philosophical topic identifies an important area of existence, understanding of certain themes is a basis for person’s self-determination and harmonic interaction with the world. They include the perception of knowledge and the way people obtain it, free will, and life’s meaning. These issues significantly influence the choices a person makes in life […]

The Consequence Argument

Abstract This paper discusses the Consequence Argument highlighting the proponents of both compatibility and incompatibility. The article explains the case as developed by Van Inwagen and the response of David Lewis to the argument. The paper also explains the three attempts of compatibilists to unseat the Consequence Argument. It concludes that the compatibilists have a […]

Mill’s Theories

The essay deals with Mary Gath’s decision not to accept the money awarded to her by Mr. Featherstone. The paper will describe the actual process that Mary acted upon, the steps she followed to ensure she made the right decision and the reasons she did so. It also entails the pre-theoretical decision that the writer […]

Socrates’ View on Death

In “Apology”, Socrates dedicated a significant part of his last speech to the topic of death, since he was in danger of being sentenced to death. The analysis of Socrates’ last speech indicates that he believed that doing good and following one’s convictions and a life’s calling was more important than trying to escape death. […]

Philosophy Paper

For ages, many philosophers and thinkers were trying to determine whether there any differences in the nature of men and women, and if the answer is positive, what are they. This question was first raised by philosophers from ancient Greece, and it is still essential today. Before the 20th century, a lot of thinkers claimed […]