I feel that Hospers possesses a well made up argument, libertarianism, which will encourage the overall success within humans. I strongly believe that Hospers approach is a way to live and bring out the truth. The protection of an individual should be the prime and only role of a government in power. To bring out the truth within our currently corrupt world, the government must step down and allow humans to do as they please as long as others are not affected, negatively. This will bring happiness over the government’s people ultimately making the whole nation more pristine and able to move forward in solving life’s greatest mysteries.
This had a massive impact on the country as it had successfully stopped civil and political unrest which had previously been threating the harmony of the country. As it had been seen as a progressive force on behalf of ordinary people it received strong support from peasants and workers alike throughout the country. It also proved to the country that Chiang was an able diplomat resulting in higher public support. Nevertheless they were unsuccessful in entirely removing the warlords which meant there was always a constant threat of the warlords reforming and taking power once more. Although there failure of completely vanquishing the warlords there can be little doubt that Chiang was fairly successful in solving this domestic problem and the effects it would have on the country as it is probably that without him stabilising the political and social unrest civil war would have broken out in the country much early than it did.
He means that if the venture needs you to be anyone else but yourself, it will lead to no good. This reveals to me that Thoreau believes strongly in the individual, being yourself, and seeking your own path. This quote is also applicable to modern life because many ventures nowadays require you to conform for some purpose. The second aphorism I remembered is “Our life is frittered away by detail...Simplicity, simplicity.” Thoreau means that our focus and attention to detail now in society and culture do nothing but to waste our lives away needlessly. He believes simplicity is the better choice.
When assessing why gun-decking happens, I immediately thought of utilitarianism. A utilitarian believes that the right thing to do is always the choice that yields the greatest good for the greatest number of people. Utility focuses on only the outcomes of an action and not any intentions. I believe that gun-decking can happen in the fleet because it is easy to look at the outcomes of intentionally cutting corners and justify why you would do that. For example, in the case above the chief is trying to create the most pleasure for the most people by signing off the uncompleted maintenance jobs.
They kept us safe, sacrificing their lives to save ours. We are a better country for what our veterans, active-duty military, and their families sacrifice—but we do no good if we do not distinguish the continuing strains of war once our service members return home. Our work is not done—and will continue long after all troops come home. But today, we are reminded to never forget why veterans are important to
Democracies improve almost everything in a country. “People see democracies as being able to negotiate and compromise on issues (Gerdes 194). As an example the United States is compromising with Honduras between two democracies. It has been a non-violent compromise. Also, the more democratic a country is, the least likely they will squander the lives of their people in foreign violence (Gerdes 198).
I believe that allowing everyone the same right to build up their own estate and create an enterprise of their own would be the best way to run a great way to make everyone happy and gain the trust of the people. I also believe that people who are incapable of doing so due to things like legitimate mental or physical disabilities and limitations should be supported by the government at least to as much as their health and wellbeing. In order to have this freedom there obviously needs to be a form authority to regulate the actions of the people in the society. There must also be a form of defense to protect the country form an overthrow or attacks by other countries. Because this new government is run for the people and by the people this is what would have to happen.
What is more amazing is that Laozi and Plato had almost the same idea about the ideal society. In Laozi's theory, the right way to rule a country is to strengthen people's bodies so that they could do more work and simplify their minds so that they would content with their positions. In his mind the ideal citizens of a society is the humblest, the most unwise and ignorant ones, while the most intelligent ones should see to that. He believed if ordinary people always stay ignorant, there would be no riot and the rulers need not do anything to keep their authority. The whole world would be a better place.
Readers can learn to follow the examples of the good parent and they can now avoid doing bad things to their own children. Atticus and Calpurnia had done their part as great parents and surely Jem and Scout would grow up to be good parents themselves. But for Bob Ewell, his children would probably grow up thinking that what their father did to them was a good act and they will follow his examples, thus making them bad parents and bad examples for their future children. A good parent will never let their children be astray from the right path and will always try to teach them the right ways and how to be good parents themselves in the
Innocence in the life of a child is as important to them as the very air that they breathe. When they are young, they only believe in the naïve views that they have on the world, and will always follow the ideals that they were born with. The same ideas that give them a beautiful, pure, and peaceful mind set, that has not yet been tainted by the atrocities of mankind. We must do all we can in order to protect the loved ones and the children of our society so that they do not grow up repeating our own terrible mistakes. “I kept thinking about Jane, and about Stradlater having a date with her and all.