Seneca lived in the first century AD, and thus around the time of Jesus Christ. As a Stoic, he clearly rejected the passions and built up a concept of radical reason. This paper analyses the main ideas on Seneca’s εὐδαιμονία in short.
From Plato to Plotin, the main question of philosophy was the question on how to live a successful life. Not just the question of who created us was of major importance, but also the question where life will lead us. What will happen after life? How can we reflect the achievings of our life? Though every branch of Ancient Greek philosophy had its own methodology, the τέλος was the same: εὐδαιμονία!
In this paper, I try to subsume secondary ethics out of primary ethics which are based on the natural law and the nature of man. At the same time, I emphasize on the brotherhood of all religions and point out the relation beetween man and God.
The following paper tries to show the difference between a figurative analogy (which is colloquially simply known as ‘analogy’) and the argumentative analogy, a form of inductive reasoning.
In 2014, Ana Lily Amirpour’s “A Girl Walks Home Alone At Night” stormed the cinemas, chaining the viewer to a multi-dimensional plot, filled with breath-taking images and music. This article shows, why the title already gives an overview about important key elements of the movie.
In 2014, Ana Lily Amirpour’s “A Girl Walks Home Alone At Night” stormed the cinemas, chaining the viewer to a multi-dimensional plot, filled with breath-taking images and music.One important aspect closely related to the core elements “life” and “death” is loneliness and the way to overcome loneliness for love.
In 2014, Ana Lily Amirpour’s “A Girl Walks Home Alone At Night” stormed the cinemas, chaining the viewer to a multi-dimensional plot, filled with breath-taking images and music. One important core aspect of the whole film is the meaning of life and death. The film gives a lot of food for thought about life in general and the meaning of life. Though caught in a scene of despair and decay, there is still hope: the force of love – pure, true love.
After introducing the definition of a sentence and in particuliar a proposition in my last articles about logic, as well as showing the use of quantifiers, this article introduces the formalisation of relations within atomic sentences and how to use quanitifiers in this context.
In my last two articles about logic, I introduced the structure of a logical sentence and argument, however, to build complex sentences, two formally valid sentences have to be joined together. There are two possibilities to join them together and two basic ways to put them into relation. The follwoing paper shows, how to formalise them and how to prove their truth.