He believed in universalizability which means what is right or wrong for one person in a situation is right or wrong for everyone. He feels positively towards human nature and believes that everyone is a good person so can empathise with others. Another important utilitarian was Henry Sidgwick. He felt that moral actions are not judged by their consequences but also how they benefit the welfare of people. This just means that the act is correct as long as it brings happiness to the greatest amount of people.
But that’s not what being nice is; you do not have to be walked over or naïve to be nice. To be nice means, to “move forward with clear-eyed confidence that comes from knowing that being very nice and placing other peoples needs on the same level as your own will get you everything you want.” It is the small kindnesses such as smiles, gestures, compliments, favors that can make your day or change someone’s life. People who practice the power of being nice has several proven benefits, lower divorce rates, lower rate of premature death, and higher revenues for companies that promote nice behavior. To help transform your life to being nice, the book provides six principles. These principles
6). Aristotle also conveys that he believes the virtuous person is more honorable because “he is able to avoid bodily pleasures, but not all pleasures, since there are pleasures of the temperate [virtuous] person too” (NE, VII, ch.12, sec. 7). While the continent person does eventually chose the right action it is more of a deliberation from him to come to a choice because he is aware of the wrong decision as well. The virtuous person does not at all go through this deliberation process because he is not aware of the wrong decision.
However, one flaw in Lao-Tzu’s government is the lack of interaction with other countries. Imports and exports are a huge part of what makes a country run smoothly, and if a country keeps to itself it would be impossible to bring in outside products. While this is not a very good idea, it is better than Machiavelli’s method of government. It is better to give up imports and exports, rather than wanting to go to war with other countries. It puts people of the country at risk when the government is so open and willing to go to war.
The simple task is a dominant response so won’t raise arousal levels at all without the audience so the cockroaches alone wouldn’t do as well but with an audience they get raised to a near opium level because the task and the audience isn’t too much so will try and perform better but on the more difficult task with the audience they get over aroused because with the non-dominate response added in it gets too much so they do worse because there inhibited by both but the cockroach that is alone arousal level gets put near optimum level so raises they performance. One limitation to this study is that its sampling validity isn’t the best as its performed by cockroaches who are very different to humans even though we have the same nervous system essentially that gets effected by
There are also others who do not drink often that do not tolerate alcohol well. Those who do not tolerate alcohol well are obviously impaired. People who tolerate alcohol well may have an above average BAC, but not be impaired since they are more experienced. People who have such a great toleration for alcohol should not be lumped in with the others who do not and cause accidents. If they are punished, then it should not be in the same way as the people with no tolerance are punished since those people caused more of a risk to others than they did.
In the modern world, he is the equivalent of an adviser to the prime minister. Knowing that he himself is not popular, he still votes for Ralph, because he is on better terms with him than with Jack. The ideas Piggy comes out with are sensible, ‘we oughta have a fire’ He has power in that although he is not the front man, his ideas are still being put forward and acted upon. Jack, however, is to begin with, practically as unpopular as Piggy. Jack is introduced as Ralphs rival for power.
Finding love can be difficult, but finding to like somebody comes a little bit easier because people know that if they do not like those annoying little habits, it is easier for them to figure out and discover that they are not the one for them or they are not a deserving person to like. Love is a different thing because love runs deeper than like, and love is more forgiving and more giving than like. It is not normal for an individual to give anything right away to somebody that he or she likes, but would do it for the person that he or she loves because it is more special and precious. Like is when somebody admires a person for the characteristics or looks, but loving somebody means making more sacrifice, being more giving and being a little bit more honest, and just accepting the way who the person is. The factor of being honest to someone is also affected if a person likes or love somebody.
In the study by Budzynski the aim was only to see whether biofeedback is an effective way of managing stress. In other words no attention was paid on what factors led to stress. However this is not a very strong point because it can be argued that this does not make SIT a more effective. This is because many psychologists agree that often it is harmful to find out information that may be in our unconscious mind, so as long as the person is able to manage their stress it is not vital to discover the underlying cause. One positive difference that support groups have in comparison to the other two techniques is that is a relatively cheap technique compared to SIT and biofeedback.
His aspiration to be a good guy is an ethical aspect. After witnessing Steve’s sense of integrity and morality as well as Longtree’s love for Elsa motivates him to become a just and moral character. An example of Longtree’s new sense of morality would be when he is untied by Steve and given a gun he is faced with the opportunity to shoot Steve, steal the gold, and run away. However, Longtree as started to become fond of Steve and his