Academic Conversations: Searching For The Meaning Of Life: Types Of Punishment
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Publisher: Independently Published
Published: Jun 14 2021
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Do you ever wonder why on earth you are here? You know, like how to find meaning in life, or your purpose in life? Why you actually exist on this planet?
These are probably the most subtle, yet profound, questions people ask themselves every day and there're probably as many different answers to these questions as there are people asking them, too.
This is why instead of asking yourself why you are here and what exactly it is you should be doing. This book contains 12 questions discussed (What is truth, good and evil, justice, liberty, equality, law, punishment, honor, friendship, relationships, happiness, and fate?) form the basis for much of what we know about living together successfully in a complicated world.
Conversations about these questions will lead readers to think more clearly and make better judgments when faced with difficult life choices. This book focuses on 12 great questions we all have faced highlighting both their historical and contemporary relevance in a highly readable way, using actual conversations between a professor and his students inside and outside of class.