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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…

Blood Transfusion

Introduction Informed consent is very vital in the process of blood transfusion. It gives physicians the duty of disclosing the nature of the kind of treatment being proposed to the patient, the involved risks, the various complications that may arise as well as the expected results. It is informed by…

Classical Periods of Greece and Rome

Introduction The classical tradition is the period when the western countries adopted the Greco-Roman ideas and perspectives at large. These aspects included art, education, institutions, monuments, architecture, cultural artifacts, and ritual practices. The classical tradition saw the major rise of the Greek civilization. Such aspects are found in Homer’s Odyssey…

Critique on Supervisory Techniques in Gladiator

In the 2000, the world has seen Gladiator, a really awaited movie that was directed by the legendary Ridley Scott. Apart from that, the movie was nominated at many film festivals and even won five Academy Awards the very same year. Based on historical events of the Roman Empire epoch,…

Ecological Footprint

Calculations of Ecological Footprint I live in Windsor, Ontario, Canada. I live in an apartment. My ecological footprint is based on my eating habits, the use of transport, recycling habits, and ecological responsibility. According to the quiz helping to evaluate an indicator of ecological footprint, my lifestyle needs to be…

Euthanasia is Morally Wrong

Introduction According to Williams, euthanasia is a deliberate act of taking away a life of an individual who is presumed to be hopeless (Williams 168). It entails taking away one’s own or another person’s life that is believed to be suffering from an injury or a disease from which recovery…

False Social Consciousness and Its Effects on Society

Introduction The whole aspect of social imagination has been a widely controversial issue with people not agreeing on whether its relevance has any importance on the larger social forces often met in daily lives. Most of these debates have often revolved around C. Wright Mills theory of advocated connection of…

Global Climate Change is Caused by Human Activity

Introduction The issues related to climate change are not new in the modern world. Starting from the 20th century, or, more precisely, from 1850, there have been studies related to the ever-changing global climate patterns. In a broad sense, climate change is said to be a statistical change or a…

I am a Legend

The “tree of wisdom”, as presented in the old testament of the Christian faith, is a rightful term that describes the duality of human purpose that could either cause things to be better or worse. Once in a while, we stumble upon a movie that deals with this topic and…

Methods of Losing Weight

Introduction The variety of ways to lose weight nowadays is impressive. Some people decide to have surgeries, take pills, or starve themselves to death to reach this goal. The purpose of this essay is to compare and contrast the health benefits and the consequences of weight loss between different methods.…