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Philosophy
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PHIL 1100
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David Stamos

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January 15 2013 David SwensonPeople accepted the sorrows and diseases with no opposition saying that whatever happened was for the goofExentialist thinkingdead in modern psychology and biologyBiology and psychology statistical not essentialisticShortly after World War IITheologicalDignity of Human LifeHe claims that if we live in the present then there would be nothing eternal in life and we would disappearLive in the moment not gonna work because were human beings Psychology is statistical Claims animals dont have this mindset Distinctively and essentially humanMakes preparation for external life career and internal life more fundamentalThe way we look at the worldWeltanschauung way we look at the worldeverything happens for a reason Socrates your life is a waste if you dont try to know yourself know thyselfWhat we want to believe and what is really the case Not having a view of life is like not having the belief in destinyView of knowl
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