If you love what you are doing you can be incredibly productive and efficient. Other students want to fulfill a distant goal and College is one of the steps they can take to prepare themselves to reach that goal, for others that are returning complete the degree they started could be their goal. Further your educati... ... middle of paper ... ... will help you to determine which strategies to use in order to reach your goals. Think always the various ways you have to meet your goals and choose the most accurate, because as Napoleon Hill Said “ The world has the habit of making way for the man whose words and actions show that he knows where he is going.” In conclusion, plans are the blueprints for achieving goals. They are organized by sequence and priority and are the step by step list of what you will do.
College Learning: How motivation impact College Learning All men are created equal, but some work harder in preseason. What is motivation? Motivation is the act or an instance of motivating, or providing with a reason to act in a certain way. In other word why someone does what they do. Motivation is at the heart of everything we do in life.
Not only do we get a chance at a better life, but we also get to better ourselves as well. We’re able to pursue the career we like and want to do. Which, is better than doing something we hate for the rest of our lives. College provides us with the knowledge and skills needed for our specific job. Which, is obviously important but so are the electives because they teach us about other cultures, and diversity is important.
Expectations of myself and others influence my mindset and ability to be successful in college. Success can be classified by many different things however, being successful in college means to me that I graduate college with a 3.0 G.P.A and know information that I did not know before that can help me in the future to become more successful and educated. My expectations and my mindset plays a big role
Justification by Reflective Equilibrium Famously, John Rawls is regarded as using reflective equilibrium (RE) to justify his principles of justice. But the point of justification by RE in Rawls's more recent work is not easily established since he regards his own work as still contractarian. In order to clarify matters, I distinguish between wide and narrow RE, as well as show that wide RE consists of several kinds of narrow RE: RE as a plea for (re)consideration, RE as a constructive procedure of choice, and safe ground RE. The connection of these REs is shown in order to reach justification. The point of introducing RE for justification is seen in opening the range of possible revisions to allow for consensus.
Aristotle agreed with Plato that knowledge is something that’s true and it must be justified. Their metaphysics caused us to think way beyond our nature and explore distinctive ways of viewing everything that exists and not exist in our presence. What defines philosophy? The Greek words “wisdom” and “love”, which seeks the quest for knowledge. Now, all these questions that we ask ourselves about life and the meaning of our existence is found in the minds of our most famous philosophers.
By placing heavy emphasis on taking the contradictions and tensions he saw not only in philosophy, but also in society as a whole Hegel attempted to interpret them as part of a comprehensive unity he described as “absolute knowledge”. He believed everything was interrelated and that attempting to separate it from reality into various parts was wrong. However, Hegel’s triadic dialect is perhaps too simplistic. From Hegel’s point of view, an analysis of a apparently simple idea will reveal it’s underlying contradictions, and these contradictions will lead to the dissolution of the idea in it’s simplest form. Then these contradictions will lead to a development into a higher-level and more complex form of that same idea.
He contributed materials on the proof of the existence of the First Principle, and on the theory of emanation, as well as the theory of knowledge, in addition to his commentaries on Greek philosophers. The Greek influence is clearly present in his works, especially with his Opinions of the Inhabitants of a Virtuous City, where he laid down a philosophical, religious, and social system for the humanity at large; a system that sought to break barriers and facilitate relations among people and nations. This work sounded very similar to the work presented by Plato in Plato's Republic. They both took into consideration the matter of city/state, who was to govern, who was to be governed, how this governing was to take place, how it was to be enforced, and so on. It also appears clear that he was influenced greatly by Aristotle.
Plato is one of the most important people in the history of Philosophy. Throughout his life, he had made many contributions to the world of philosophy, but the most important contribution that he is most known for is his theory of the Ideas or Forms. Throughout his many works such as the Phaedo and Symposium, he presented his theory of Ideas by using both mythos and logos in his argument for support. In the Phaedo, Plato introduced the theory of Ideas which centered on the problem of immortality of the soul, which suggested that true cannot be finding in the sensible world, but in the world of ideas. He talked about the knowledge of equality in the sense world in which it is impossible to have things that are equal.
Famous Greek philosopher Plato was strongly encouraged that although the mind and body both exist, but they do so in their own distinctive domains (Friedenberg & Silverman, 2012, p.25). He had thought that the mind is something that is unattainable through the human touch, and so therefore it will linger on forevermore as in immortality (Friedenberg & Silverman, 2012, p.25). On the other hand, Plato thought the body to be a physical materialization which will eventually deteriorate with the passing of time (Friedenberg & Silverman, 2012, p.25). Classical Dualism is a subcategory of dualism, where the focus lies on the mind having authoritative power over the body. This idea is credited to the renowned French philosopher René Descartes who thought the pineal gland controlled all aspects of the body, due to its unique nature, as it is in the center and also one of few arrangements in the brain which are not duplicated (Friedenberg & Silverman, 2012, p.28).