1 edition of Right & wrong : a philosophical dialogue between father and son found in the catalog.
|Statement||Paul Weiss and Jonathan Weiss|
|Series||Culture & discovery|
|LC Classifications||BJ1012 .W4 1967|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 210 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||210|
|LC Control Number||67-28506|
NOTE: This fictitious dialogue takes place between two friends, Chris, a Catholic, and Sal, a sincere skeptic, and centers on some basic questions here at Strange Notions regarding faith, reason, and the existence of God. Sal: Chris, before we go any further in our conversations about Christianity. (Pidar wa Farzand) A Comprehensive Dialogue about the importance of Religion between a son and father Writings of Ayatullah Sayyid Muhammad Taqi Hakim Translated from Persian by Sayyid Hussein Alamdar Published by Ansariyan Publications Shohada Street, 22nd Alley P O Box / Qum, Islamic Republic of Iran.
This approach, along with the tragic background of the book, places in bold relief the poignant and profound nature of Boethius’ dialogue with the lady, Philosophy. Their conversation takes up the nature of happiness and how it is to be obtained. Happiness, according to The Consolation of Philosophy, is acquired by attaining the perfect good. Plato’s philosophical dialogue, although written over two millennia ago -- poses a two-pronged, skeptical pitchfork attack on the hay bale notion that morality comes from God.
Chapter 1: Philosophical Ethics, Euthyphro, Meno. Question: Two Questions: 1. What is Ethics? 2. Can Ethics be Taught? What is Ethics?--a branch of philosophy. Pg 4: Ethics, or moral philosophy, asks basic questions about the good life, about what is better and worse, about whether there is any objective right and wrong, and how we know if. The Dialogues of Plato ( B.C.) rank with the writings of Aristotle as the most important and influential philosophical works in Western thought. In them Plato cast his teacher Socrates as the central disputant in colloquies that brilliantly probe a vast spectrum of philosophical ideas and issues.
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Right & wrong; a philosophical dialogue between father and son (Culture & discovery [books]) [Weiss, Paul] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Right & wrong; a philosophical dialogue between father and son (Culture & discovery [books])Author: Paul Weiss.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Weiss, Paul, Right & wrong; a philosophical dialogue between father and son. New York, Basic Books . In the thrust and parry of ideas, in the intense examination of human behavior and aspiration, the dialogue between father and son illuminates the alternatives that confront human beings at every Trained in the adversary tactics of the law, Jonathan attacks an issue head on, testing limits and examining strategies of action.
Right & Wrong: A Philosophical Dialogue Between Father and Son by Paul Weiss and Jonathan Weiss Esq Published by Basic Books, New York, NY, Jonathan Weiss: There is enough public evidence both of conspiracy and obstruction.
If and when the Mulled report is public we will need to see much more such Continue reading "Right & Wrong: A Philosphical Dialogue Between Father and Son". The reprint of the hardbound edition, Right & Wrong, is a crisply presented dialogue in a day when Humpty Dumpty tries to make ethics mean "what I want it to mean," it is refreshing to have the authors remind us that ethics is the systematic study of making value judgments, and is not synonymous with etiquette or : Glen W.
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The Monk and the Philosopher: A Father and Son Discuss the Meaning of Life [Revel, Jean-Francois, Ricard, Matthieu, Canti, John, Miles, Jack] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Monk and the Philosopher: A Father and Son Discuss the Meaning of LifeCited by: This open dialogue between father and son depicts how two people with fundamentally different belief systems can be also be so similar in philosophy for how one should live one's life.
They don't point fingers or out-rightly tell the other they are wrong - they simply stand up for the way they see things, and are willing to listen to the the /5.
they should never get married. this is a copout move imo. if i had a son, i'd want to teach him how to be a man worth keeping for a woman worth marrying.
if you can't find things to love about women in general, you're doing something wrong. if you can't find a single quality woman worthy of investing in out of the 4 billion on this planet, you're doing something wrong.
that, imo, is a YOU problem. “The monk and the philosopher” is a dialogue between a father (the philosopher) and his son (the monk) who lives a Buddhist reclusion in Tibet. The father, Jean-François Revel, is a known French intellectual who fought against the Communist utopia and who is strongly rooted in /5.
The cyclical nature of human events still amazes me. The more things change, the more they remain the same. About years ago the Roman government gave the religious leaders in Jerusalem a choice between two men; Jesus or Barabbas. The Romans gave the Jews this choice because of a custom of releasing a prisoner.
This dialogue between Matthieu Ricard and his father Jean-Francois Revel is similar to Ricard's other East/West philosophical dialogue (The Quantum and the Lotus: A Journey to the Frontiers Where Science and Buddhism Meet), but with more depth, rigor and intimacy - thus real communication and exchange.
Ricard and Revel are both well qualified /5(72). Buy The Monk and the Philosopher: East Meets West in a Father-son Dialogue First English Language Edition by Revel, Jean-François, Ricard, Matthieu (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.
Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders/5(72). The dialogue between Socrates and Euthyphro occurred weeks before the trial of Socrates. Euthyphro tries to explain asebeia (impiety) to Socrates.
Most people would consider it impious for a son to bring charges against his father, but Euthyphro claims to know better.
But Socrates argues that this gets things the wrong way : Emrys Westacott. Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews is an electronic, There is a parallel between this dialogue and a teaching of Confucius concerning a son's actions in response to his father stealing a sheep.
In both cases there is a clear tension between a strict adherence to. As for examples of the Epistles calling Jesus “God” and “Father” if they are translated more exactly according to the original Greek, I first encountered this in the wonderful book Great Truths on Great Subjects, by the Rev.
Jonathan Bayley, originally published in England in In the discussion following the first lecture (on. Philosophical Taoism, often represented by the yin-yang symbol, originated in China with the teacher Lao Tzu (– BC).Although we do not know much about his life, he left his teachings behind for posterity in a brief work called Tao Te Ching, that is, “The Way and Its Power/Virtue.”The term Tao is typically translated as “way” or “path.”.
Hoyland, John, Fathers & Sons, Serpent's Trail, ; Ilardo, Joseph, Father-Son Healing: An adult son's guild, New Harbinger, ; Jampolsky, Gerald & Lee, Listen to Me: A book for women and men about father-son relationships. In this courageous and collaborative tribute to the father-son relationship, they explore their own history and.
Moral Relativism: A Dialogue (New Dialogues in Philosophy) J. Kellenberger One in the series New Dialogues in Philosophy, edited by Dale Jacquette, J. Kellenberger brings together a group of hypothetical individuals from different backgrounds with real philosophical views to discuss their ideas on morality and moral relativism.
Buy a cheap copy of Letters from a Skeptic: A Son Wrestles book by Gregory A. Boyd. Edward Boyd's agnosticism rested not too much on any positive position but rather on a host of negative ones about Christianity. In an attempt to address Free shipping over $/5(5).
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My father being a lawyer and the whole “5 lawyers in a room arguing that black was white etc.” reminded me of being young and arguing with my dad about something and how he could turn the whole thing around to make me sound wrong when I knew I. The Monk and the Philosopher: A Father and Son Discuss the Meaning of Life - Ebook written by Jean Francois Revel, Matthieu Ricard.
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