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  • Effects His Suppression Of The Truth
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    The effect of being unable to gain access to truth is having to live the lie for the rest of your life, forgetting what you were, and altering where you were headed. In the book, Listening to Prozac these points are proven to be true in lives of the individuals on Prozac. In Obriens book, In the Lake of the Woods John and Cathy are examples of what happens to your life when you suppress the truth. The Essential Epicures gives a lot of wisdom toward why this happens, how it effects us, and what w...
  • Permanent Things
    690 words
    Life Stinks? To better oneself, the only human condition that continues to appear no matter who you look at in most modern civilization. The process in which people better them self is they base their condition on the amount of material things that you have. This not only a bad way to judge ones importance it is the exact way of how to judge ones unhappiness or unsatisfactory ness with ones current life. People spend their entire life trying to better them self and with each accomplishment is me...
  • Truth As An Objectivity And Their Belief
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    "When you look for truth, do not use your eyes, but look inside yourself, for there lies truth". The "Truth" Every thought that ever entered our mind is a consequence of our struggle to reach out for the truth. Since our early age we have been thought to believe that there has to be right and wrong and we continuously searched for the "correct" answer. Unlike school's multiple choice tests, life thought us that there is more than one correct answer. At one point we learned that some questions do...
  • Ultimate Truth
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    The One Truth of Reality The one single truth of reality is not measured or distinguished -- it is the ultimate paradox. The journey by which one achieves this truth can be a journey of increasing realizations of paradoxes, and finally, freedom from the bubble of limitation of a mind that would perceive such paradoxes as paradoxes in the first place. Truth is the same as spiritual feeling. Of spiritual perception. Of clear perception. Of freedom of the mind. Freedom of the soul. Freedom of the H...
  • Truths
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    Humanity is the condition, quality, or fact of being a human within a community. The definition of truth is things as they are, things as they have been, and things as they are to come. Truth cannot change because it does not reflect any personal perspective. The Left Hand of Darkness illustrates how humans relate towards themselves, friends, and enemies. Truth cannot be changed by man but can only be distorted. "The shortcomings are in the messenger, not the message". (106) Genly Ai knew that s...
  • Thing As Certain Truth
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    Sophists believed in the men being the leaders. The men were put first before women. The men needed to be fully educated, mostly men anyway. They had a social contract that was just like the constitution. To vote or get most things approved the government or whoever has to get the consent of the people because they all work together. Plato wrote a book called "The Republican". His teacher was Soc erties and they didn't agree with having faith in man. Everybody says man is the top of the food cha...
  • Truth Wills
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    Mohandas K. Gandhi was born in 1869 to Hindu parents in the state of Gujarat in Western India. He entered an arranged marriage with Kasturbai Ma kanji when both were 13 years old. His family later sent him to London to study law, and in 1891 he was admitted to the Inner Temple, and called to the bar. In Southern Africa he worked ceaselessly to improve the rights of the immigrant Indians. It was there that he developed his creed of passive resistance against injustice, satyagraha, meaning truth f...
  • Anaxagoras And The Atomists Following Parmenides Conclusion
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    As I read all the varying accounts of what is, what is not, and what will never be, according to Empedocles, Anaxagoras, and the Atomists, I am reminded of a fable my mother told me years ago. In this story there are three blind men. In order to understand what an elephant is, they each approach an elephant. The first blind man is feeling all over the leg of the elephant and says to the others, "It is like a strong tree". But the second who is holding the trunk, explains, "It is like an ever-cha...

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