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Do you agree? The United States is not a democracy, but rather a complex multilevel Oligarchy providing the...?

18 Jan 2017 21:24 | Author: silvergoose662 | Category: Essay domestic animal dog

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    redsnake871 18 Jan 2017 02:51

    The tradition of philosophical thought in India is very rich, ancient and wise. Hinduism is the worlds oldest religion. The word ''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''Hindu'''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''' is thought to have derived from the ''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''Sindu (Indus) River'''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''' which is known as Hindu in Persian. The word was used to describe ''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''those who dwell across the Indus Valley''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''. Hindu religion is often named as Sanatana Dharma in all of its books.

    The first collection of Indian philosophy that was written down was the Vedas. The word ''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''Veda'''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''' comes from the Sanskrit vid, meaning knowledge - the Vedas are ''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''sacred knowledge''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''. Their exact date is controversial, it is possible that the knowledge dates back 10,000 years BC, and were first written around 3,000 BC.

    Democracy (“rule by the people” when translated from its Greek meaning) is seen as one of the ultimate ideals that modern civilizations strive to create, or preserve. Democracy as a system of governance is supposed to allow extensive representation and inclusiveness of as many people and views as possible to feed into the functioning of a fair and just society. Democratic principles run in line with the ideals of universal freedoms such as the right to free speech.

    Importantly, democracy supposedly serves to check unaccountable power and manipulation by the few at the expense of the many, because fundamentally democracy is seen as a form of governance by the people, for the people. This is often implemented through elected representatives, which therefore requires free, transparent, and fair elections, in order to achieve legitimacy.

    It seems that many people believe that Reality / Physics is too complex for them to possibly understand (and I suspect that Physicists enjoy this reputation as being the ''''''''high priests'''''''' who comprehend such complex things). In fact the opposite is true - Truth is ultimately simple because Truth comes from Reality (as Plato correctly realised) which must be founded on One thing. And there is nothing more simple than One Thing. (This explains why Philosophy is also known as the discovery of the obvious !)

    In the analogy of The Cave, Plato shows the ascent of the mind from illusion to truth and pure philosophy, and the difficulties which accompany its progress.

    in early film production, an individual on a film set''''s sound stage who was employed to make sure all noises were shushed before filming. The whistleman would blow on a whistle just before the shooting of a take commenced, to make sure that the set was quiet and that extraneous noises near or outside the studio set were silenced.

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    User1489390679 18 Jan 2017 07:59

    The tradition of philosophical thought in India is very rich, ancient and wise. Hinduism is the worlds oldest religion. The word ''Hindu'' is thought to have derived from the ''Sindu (Indus) River'' which is known as Hindu in Persian. The word was used to describe ''those who dwell across the Indus Valley''. Hindu religion is often named as Sanatana Dharma in all of its books.

    The first collection of Indian philosophy that was written down was the Vedas. The word ''Veda'' comes from the Sanskrit vid, meaning knowledge - the Vedas are ''sacred knowledge''. Their exact date is controversial, it is possible that the knowledge dates back 10,000 years BC, and were first written around 3,000 BC.

    Democracy (“rule by the people” when translated from its Greek meaning) is seen as one of the ultimate ideals that modern civilizations strive to create, or preserve. Democracy as a system of governance is supposed to allow extensive representation and inclusiveness of as many people and views as possible to feed into the functioning of a fair and just society. Democratic principles run in line with the ideals of universal freedoms such as the right to free speech.

    Importantly, democracy supposedly serves to check unaccountable power and manipulation by the few at the expense of the many, because fundamentally democracy is seen as a form of governance by the people, for the people. This is often implemented through elected representatives, which therefore requires free, transparent, and fair elections, in order to achieve legitimacy.

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    greenduck244 18 Jan 2017 05:33

    The tradition of philosophical thought in India is very rich, ancient and wise. Hinduism is the worlds oldest religion. The word ''''''''Hindu'''''''' is thought to have derived from the ''''''''Sindu (Indus) River'''''''' which is known as Hindu in Persian. The word was used to describe ''''''''those who dwell across the Indus Valley''''''''. Hindu religion is often named as Sanatana Dharma in all of its books.

    The first collection of Indian philosophy that was written down was the Vedas. The word ''''''''Veda'''''''' comes from the Sanskrit vid, meaning knowledge - the Vedas are ''''''''sacred knowledge''''''''. Their exact date is controversial, it is possible that the knowledge dates back 10,000 years BC, and were first written around 3,000 BC.

    Democracy (“rule by the people” when translated from its Greek meaning) is seen as one of the ultimate ideals that modern civilizations strive to create, or preserve. Democracy as a system of governance is supposed to allow extensive representation and inclusiveness of as many people and views as possible to feed into the functioning of a fair and just society. Democratic principles run in line with the ideals of universal freedoms such as the right to free speech.

    Importantly, democracy supposedly serves to check unaccountable power and manipulation by the few at the expense of the many, because fundamentally democracy is seen as a form of governance by the people, for the people. This is often implemented through elected representatives, which therefore requires free, transparent, and fair elections, in order to achieve legitimacy.

    It seems that many people believe that Reality / Physics is too complex for them to possibly understand (and I suspect that Physicists enjoy this reputation as being the ''high priests'' who comprehend such complex things). In fact the opposite is true - Truth is ultimately simple because Truth comes from Reality (as Plato correctly realised) which must be founded on One thing. And there is nothing more simple than One Thing. (This explains why Philosophy is also known as the discovery of the obvious !)

    In the analogy of The Cave, Plato shows the ascent of the mind from illusion to truth and pure philosophy, and the difficulties which accompany its progress.

    in early film production, an individual on a film set's sound stage who was employed to make sure all noises were shushed before filming. The whistleman would blow on a whistle just before the shooting of a take commenced, to make sure that the set was quiet and that extraneous noises near or outside the studio set were silenced.

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    User1487928736 18 Jan 2017 07:48

    The tradition of philosophical thought in India is very rich, ancient and wise. Hinduism is the worlds oldest religion. The word 'Hindu' is thought to have derived from the 'Sindu (Indus) River' which is known as Hindu in Persian. The word was used to describe 'those who dwell across the Indus Valley'. Hindu religion is often named as Sanatana Dharma in all of its books.

    The first collection of Indian philosophy that was written down was the Vedas. The word 'Veda' comes from the Sanskrit vid, meaning knowledge - the Vedas are 'sacred knowledge'. Their exact date is controversial, it is possible that the knowledge dates back 10,000 years BC, and were first written around 3,000 BC.

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    purpleladybug667 17 Jan 2017 21:57

    yes your right i too read that too but unable to find it ,,,, sorry ,

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    blackcat317 18 Jan 2017 08:47

    The tradition of philosophical thought in India is very rich, ancient and wise. Hinduism is the worlds oldest religion. The word ''''Hindu'''' is thought to have derived from the ''''Sindu (Indus) River'''' which is known as Hindu in Persian. The word was used to describe ''''those who dwell across the Indus Valley''''. Hindu religion is often named as Sanatana Dharma in all of its books.

    The first collection of Indian philosophy that was written down was the Vedas. The word ''''Veda'''' comes from the Sanskrit vid, meaning knowledge - the Vedas are ''''sacred knowledge''''. Their exact date is controversial, it is possible that the knowledge dates back 10,000 years BC, and were first written around 3,000 BC.

    Democracy (“rule by the people” when translated from its Greek meaning) is seen as one of the ultimate ideals that modern civilizations strive to create, or preserve. Democracy as a system of governance is supposed to allow extensive representation and inclusiveness of as many people and views as possible to feed into the functioning of a fair and just society. Democratic principles run in line with the ideals of universal freedoms such as the right to free speech.

    Importantly, democracy supposedly serves to check unaccountable power and manipulation by the few at the expense of the many, because fundamentally democracy is seen as a form of governance by the people, for the people. This is often implemented through elected representatives, which therefore requires free, transparent, and fair elections, in order to achieve legitimacy.

    It seems that many people believe that Reality / Physics is too complex for them to possibly understand (and I suspect that Physicists enjoy this reputation as being the 'high priests' who comprehend such complex things). In fact the opposite is true - Truth is ultimately simple because Truth comes from Reality (as Plato correctly realised) which must be founded on One thing. And there is nothing more simple than One Thing. (This explains why Philosophy is also known as the discovery of the obvious !)

    In the analogy of The Cave, Plato shows the ascent of the mind from illusion to truth and pure philosophy, and the difficulties which accompany its progress.

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    User1489725878 17 Jan 2017 23:44

    Outsider Quote

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    smallmeercat993 18 Jan 2017 08:14

    The tradition of philosophical thought in India is very rich, ancient and wise. Hinduism is the worlds oldest religion. The word ''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''Hindu'''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''' is thought to have derived from the ''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''Sindu (Indus) River'''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''' which is known as Hindu in Persian. The word was used to describe ''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''those who dwell across the Indus Valley''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''. Hindu religion is often named as Sanatana Dharma in all of its books.

    The first collection of Indian philosophy that was written down was the Vedas. The word ''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''Veda'''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''' comes from the Sanskrit vid, meaning knowledge - the Vedas are ''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''sacred knowledge''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''. Their exact date is controversial, it is possible that the knowledge dates back 10,000 years BC, and were first written around 3,000 BC.

    Democracy (“rule by the people” when translated from its Greek meaning) is seen as one of the ultimate ideals that modern civilizations strive to create, or preserve. Democracy as a system of governance is supposed to allow extensive representation and inclusiveness of as many people and views as possible to feed into the functioning of a fair and just society. Democratic principles run in line with the ideals of universal freedoms such as the right to free speech.

    Importantly, democracy supposedly serves to check unaccountable power and manipulation by the few at the expense of the many, because fundamentally democracy is seen as a form of governance by the people, for the people. This is often implemented through elected representatives, which therefore requires free, transparent, and fair elections, in order to achieve legitimacy.

    It seems that many people believe that Reality / Physics is too complex for them to possibly understand (and I suspect that Physicists enjoy this reputation as being the ''''''''''''''''high priests'''''''''''''''' who comprehend such complex things). In fact the opposite is true - Truth is ultimately simple because Truth comes from Reality (as Plato correctly realised) which must be founded on One thing. And there is nothing more simple than One Thing. (This explains why Philosophy is also known as the discovery of the obvious !)

    In the analogy of The Cave, Plato shows the ascent of the mind from illusion to truth and pure philosophy, and the difficulties which accompany its progress.

    in early film production, an individual on a film set''''''''s sound stage who was employed to make sure all noises were shushed before filming. The whistleman would blow on a whistle just before the shooting of a take commenced, to make sure that the set was quiet and that extraneous noises near or outside the studio set were silenced.

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    tinytiger427 18 Jan 2017 00:08

    The tradition of philosophical thought in India is very rich, ancient and wise. Hinduism is the worlds oldest religion. The word ''''''''''''''''Hindu'''''''''''''''' is thought to have derived from the ''''''''''''''''Sindu (Indus) River'''''''''''''''' which is known as Hindu in Persian. The word was used to describe ''''''''''''''''those who dwell across the Indus Valley''''''''''''''''. Hindu religion is often named as Sanatana Dharma in all of its books.

    The first collection of Indian philosophy that was written down was the Vedas. The word ''''''''''''''''Veda'''''''''''''''' comes from the Sanskrit vid, meaning knowledge - the Vedas are ''''''''''''''''sacred knowledge''''''''''''''''. Their exact date is controversial, it is possible that the knowledge dates back 10,000 years BC, and were first written around 3,000 BC.

    Democracy (“rule by the people” when translated from its Greek meaning) is seen as one of the ultimate ideals that modern civilizations strive to create, or preserve. Democracy as a system of governance is supposed to allow extensive representation and inclusiveness of as many people and views as possible to feed into the functioning of a fair and just society. Democratic principles run in line with the ideals of universal freedoms such as the right to free speech.

    Importantly, democracy supposedly serves to check unaccountable power and manipulation by the few at the expense of the many, because fundamentally democracy is seen as a form of governance by the people, for the people. This is often implemented through elected representatives, which therefore requires free, transparent, and fair elections, in order to achieve legitimacy.

    It seems that many people believe that Reality / Physics is too complex for them to possibly understand (and I suspect that Physicists enjoy this reputation as being the ''''high priests'''' who comprehend such complex things). In fact the opposite is true - Truth is ultimately simple because Truth comes from Reality (as Plato correctly realised) which must be founded on One thing. And there is nothing more simple than One Thing. (This explains why Philosophy is also known as the discovery of the obvious !)

    In the analogy of The Cave, Plato shows the ascent of the mind from illusion to truth and pure philosophy, and the difficulties which accompany its progress.

    in early film production, an individual on a film set''s sound stage who was employed to make sure all noises were shushed before filming. The whistleman would blow on a whistle just before the shooting of a take commenced, to make sure that the set was quiet and that extraneous noises near or outside the studio set were silenced.

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    orangebird950 18 Jan 2017 03:16

    She is telling you that she does not love you. She thought she did, but found out otherwise, or she is just lying to herself bc you broker her heart, so then she is saying it was just an illusion that is now gone to comfort herself, and to make you think that it does not bother her that you ditched her.