What philospher caused a fundemental change?

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In 150 words What philosopher or philosophy studied so far in this book has caused a fundamental change in your thinking/personal philosophy and why? (Those studied are Socrates, Aquinas, Callicles, Jules Henry, Confucius, Lao-tzu, Plato, Aristotle, Heraclitus, Anaxagoras, Epictetus)

  • What philosopher or philosophy studied so far has confirmed or supported your current thinking or personal philosophy and why? (i.e., your thinking has basically remained unchanged, and you have found that you already agree with one of the philosophers studied. Possibly, you perhaps have found that one of the philosophers studied has strengthened certain beliefs you already held.)

  • In 150 words

    What is a thought experiment? Give or design an example of a thought experiment you can use or have used in your own life. Be sure to follow your experiment through to "the end."

  • Think about Mill's argument of the qualitative differences between pleasures and describe how these relate to your own life experiences.
  • In 150 words

    Explain Marx's concept of alienation, species-life, alienated and unalienated labor. Give an example of these concepts in your life or events you have knowledge of from any field or source.

    In 150 words The so-called "death of God" was a critical component of Nietzsche's philosophy; without it, none of his claims make sense. Explain what Nietzsche meant by the phrase "God is dead" and how that claim drove his search for the "Overman" or Ubermensch, and the "Master morality."

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    The philosopher that I have found to be more influential in the personal philosophy
    remains to be Aristotle since it supports my current frame of thought. Aristotle remained to be
    the truest scientists in his days when there is no availability of the scientific information.
    Therefore, he was able to insist of the strict logic that led to the fascination of Aristotle with the
    science, which fundamentally influences by his worldview. In the world of Aristotle, a concrete
    particular or thing remained to be perfect if it is in a position of performing what that thing...

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