writing about human 4 1/2 ,Writing homework help

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TO know what the writing about read fill = What to do

The writing requires using 5 sources which they are on fill= sources

- There is no introduction paragraph start with thesis and 2 supporting ideas. my thesis is choose A you will see when you read what to do fill. Make sure to underline the thesis and number the 2 supporting ideas

- My thesis is Search for Truth and the supporting ideas 1- Recognize one's ignorance 2- Commit to a life of self-examination

- Do not start any paragraph with the philosophy name , start with the idea that connect with thesis and supporting ideas

- It should be 4 1/2 pages

- Focus about the ideas and support it by the sources not the opposite

-Focus about this point please You need to state how the works enhances your sense of what it means to be human. What have these works taught you about our human nature?

- Do not use pronouns or the Word "things"

- no need to references just show which philosophy and work you talk about from the sources fill

- Read what to do fill carefully

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Philosophy of Human Nature
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Philosophy of Human Nature
Search for Truth
It is in human nature that one seeks more of comfort rather than truth. In Plato’s view, in
order to recognize the truth one has to identify ones ignorance and commit one’s self to self
examination. In the analysis on the cave by Plato it was not until the republic arrived that the
citizens realized they had been focusing on images rather than the real personalities this is
considered as ignorance. The citizens failed to analyze reality due to lack of knowledge which is
ignorance. On the aspect of self examination one should constantly valuate capacity and personal
life circumstances so that the ruling out is based on reality and not wrong conceptualization of
human ability (Plato, 2009).
Additionally, acquiring of knowledge is termed as wisdom. Meletus becomes a threat to
Plato’s because Plato feels that his ignorance counters Meletus intelligence. Therefore in seeking
the truth one should eliminate the element of ignorance as Meletus seeks to do so that life
activities can be pursued passionately and with fewer struggles. Furthermore, Euthphro uses
wrong sentiments in court which could rule out a wrong verdict to people due to
misinterpretation. This explains the essentiality of acquiring knowledge while seeking the truth
and justice (Constantine P. Cavafy).
Living a virtuous life holds a significant essentiality on social life. It ensures that all the
important life virtues are not ignored. Virtuous life is structured in such a way that it realizes the
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