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questions arise? There's nobody else (including a strong look alike or identical twin) who is going to completely match any of us in interests, talents, skills, worries, weaknesses. Some people are going to make the kind of difference that goes into history books (or at least the footnotes some many Lives Many Masters by Brian L. Weiss of us may contribute as Pippa did, in Pippa Passes (another reference to Bellwether hopefully, fewer of us will resort to Pied Piper tactics. There is no way to interpret it benevolently, but a great many ways in which it can be used to justify the most vicious actions. The individual is morally an end in himself, not a means to the ends of others. As for uniqueness, well we all are. But in any such transmission of knowledge, the individuals senses must do the perceiving, and his mind must do the integrating.
As explained in this article from Film School Rejects, the Director s cut comm entary addresses this by explaining that there is no answer to exactly why the. Collectivism: Does the individual s life belo. We are not born knowing how to survive and achieve happiness, nor.
But that doesnt stop collectivists from denying. Where does it come from? From the day of his birth until the day of his death society allows him to enjoy certain so-called rights and deprives him of others; not. To your details: I think people probably do need to feel this way - to at least some degree. As Obama puts it, we must heed the call to sacrifice and uphold our core ethical and moral obligation to look out for one another and to be unified in service to a greater good. The relevant epistemological principle, writes Helen Longino (chair of the philosophy department at Stanford University) is that knowledge is produced by cognitive processes that are fundamentally social. For instance, it says: Be just judge people rationally, according to the available and relevant facts, and treat them accordingly, as they deserve to be treatedbecause this policy is crucial to establishing and maintaining good relationships and to avoiding, ending, or managing bad ones. After 30, albatrosses begin to age.