I'm excited to see other people's view and to be able to learn more. I'm worried I'm going to look stupid and not be able to speak in front of the class well
"the unexamined life is not worth living" I think it means if you don't look at thing and do things there's no purpose for living
The Ten Commandments of philosophy and what they mean to me 1. To keep an open mind and to let things sink in and wonder and think about it
Who would you have followed confusions Buddha Laozi?
Socrates would describe wisdom as knowing that you don't know something and amiting to that not telling someone something that they don't fully know you can apply it to life by when someone asks you something talk and learn from others
Christianity is a belief I had it would fall into religion I think I could hold this and believe it I don't think I am but I could
Reflect on Descartes. I think Descartes
Why do you think we fall in love? We do t actually falling in love were inlove with the idea of being in love so we think we're in love but we're not.
Having a custom and knowing things helps to guide you through life and not just be like walking thorugh life with your eyes closed
We should study Hume to give us the idea to think things might happen that we might not now we don't always need to think like that but is it's okay to say well there's a possibility the sun won't rise tomorrow even though it's most likely will