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Aristotle and Haidt about Happines

Desire to be Happy by Aristotle Many people think about philosophical notions such as the sense of life life after death, an ideal model of justice or what happiness is. It is difficult to give definite answers to these problems. For example, I often use words “happiness” and “justice” in…

Chinese History

Abstract Chinese history is one of the brightest and most ancient. There are several dynasties that helped to establish the whole civilization. Every dynasty had a great influence: financial, historical and cultural. In three questions we can observe only the smallest part of Chinese history. It is about dynasties of…

How Did Andrew Carnegie Become a Symbol of American Industrial Strength?

American Steel Industry The steel industry is frequently regarded as the sign of economic progress, since steel plays the important role in economic development. Hence the key personalities in the steel business will be always associated with industrial strength of the country. The prominent role of Andrew Carnegie can be…

Philosophy of Religion in Miracle

Introduction The miracle is a significant element of all religions; it is described in sacred literature works of different times and nations. It means that, despite the level of the mankind’s cognitive development, the miracles have a common background. As a rule, a miracle is defined as “an event that…

The Presidencies of John Quincy Adams and Andrew Jackson

It is the beginning of the XIX century which is going to be in the focus of our attention: the era of serious and important changes for the United States. Certainly, changes do not happen on their own. There are alive people and characters behind those changes. It often happens…

Western Philosophy

About Human Beings Human beings have ethical obligation to others in the society. Human beings have to live a moral life to have good relationship with others. There is freedom of choice of what is right and wrong, and that freedom is limited when it does not interfere with other…