Philosophically self enlightened person

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Write a short essay addressing this existential philosophy question:

Why do you think that a philosophically self-enlightened person would not admire or despise the other but a practically wise person would?

Make at least two arguments. For each argument, you should follow the SIX-STEP PROCEDURE OF SCHOLARLY WRITING

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Philosophically Enlightened Person
According to Immanuel Kant, a philosophically enlightened person is one who thinks for
oneself, employs and relies on the person’s intellectual capabilities in identifying how to act or
what to believe (Allen & Jason 9). On the other hand, practically wise person according to
Aristotle always aims at finding truth but truth which is in service of action (Baker & Samuel
23).
A self-enlightened person will not admire or despise the other due to their outstanding
traits. Firstly, the person is very insightful and open-minded. The enlight...

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