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  • Moral Value Of Truth
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    What is Truth? Four values above all are the key to ultimate happiness and contentment and are evident in the first paragraph of 'The Sound of Laughter'; . Here it reads: 'My memory when I'm gone will be colorful, rich, full of happiness and light... they will see a bright smiling picture with trickles of laughter in the background and the chirp of peace echoing throughout my aura. ' ; Here my value of optimism is shown through being vulnerable to having your heart filled with color, richness, a...
  • Sense And Reference For Sentences
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    April Chlumsky Philosophy 3/4/00 Frege on Sense and Reference Gottlob Frege developed the theory of sense and reference into a thorough philosophy of language. He assigned logic the task of discovering the laws of truth, not of assertion or thought. The work On Sense and Reference has received a great deal of attention throughout the years. Indeed, the work On Sense and Reference by Frege, is one of his most read and most refuted works. In Freges best-known work On Sense and Reference two-thirds...
  • Man's Responsibility
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    Three of the most famous writings from ancient civilizations are the writings of Confucius, Hammurabi's code of laws, and Egypt's Book of the Dead. At first, they seem very different, they " re from different times, regions, and religions, but they all offer a peek into what values ancient people considered important. One of the values that all three civilizations is justice and fairness. I feel that this is best viewed in Hammurabi's laws. All of the penalties for the crimes are very stiff, but...
  • Nietzsche's Favourite Examples Of Decadent Values
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    Nietzsche's Revaluation of All Values In the nineteenth century, popular philosophy - particularly the Hegelian dialectic - professed that mankind was developing in an upward direction, becoming more angelic as it were. Man's moral laws were more advanced, as support for democracy and equal rights were beginning to become popular. However, Friedrich Nietzsche believed that mankind was entering a downward spiral towards complete decadence. Modern man, with its "advanced" morality, was, in truth, ...
  • Surrounding Property Assessments
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    Situation You " ve found a house you are interested in that is "For Sale By Owner". You think the price is a bit high, but when you talk to the owner she says she has to sell quickly and move for a new job, and has priced the house $30,000 less than assessed value. That assessment seems out of line with surrounding properties. The seller also indicates that she has another offer on the table. Identification, analysis, and counteraction of tactics used. The owner is using deliberate deception and...

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