Philosophy Essays

Aristotles Ideas on Civic Relationships

Aristotle argued that happiness is the ultimate goal that is being wished by all human beings. He also said that all activities that are being done by men on earth are all suppose to bring happiness to mankind and not to bring misery.

The Argument: The Nature of the Types of Friendship Differ in Species

In Book 8 of the Nicomachean Ethics, Aristotle argues that “the nature of the types of friendship differ in species.”

The Allegory of the Cave in Plato’s The Republic

The image of the Cave is one of the most striking illustrations of the Plato epistemological conception. The philosopher refers to allegory in connection with his political agenda in the dialogue The Republic.

“The Trial and Death of Socrates” and “Politics” by Plato and Aristotle

This paper explores the nature of the excellent man by analyzing Plato’s three dialogues in his books: “Euthyphron,” “Apology,” and “Crito;” and then analyze the attributes of the excellent man from Aristotle’s Politics Book I.

Bible, Quran, and Interpretations: Noah’s Flood

The time and place of the Flood as to where and when Noah built his boat are also not clarified in the Bible. However, it is still possible to use parts of the story for locating time and place of the event, despite the changes and alterations in the Primeval Part.