Philanthropy vs. “Liberty” and Accumulation of Private Property

Philanthropy vs. “Liberty” and Accumulation of Private Property

Philanthropy vs. the “Liberty” and Accumulation of Private Property By: Monica Malouf      Aristotle states that a happy life involves “exercising one’s faculties in accordance with virtue” and living a life of moderation.[1]  The upper-class elite of the world, specifically the United States, seem to exercise their faculties and reason to the greatest capacity, … Continue reading

Rachel Portner – Period 1

Rachel Portner – Period 1

Aristotle’s Actual Achievement of Human’s Purpose in Life: An Analytical Essay Comparing Switzerland and Haiti Aristotle believes that humans achieve their purpose in life separately than other living things such as animals, vegetation, and minerals by means of reasoning.  Humans are the only animate thing capable of this aptitude.  Also, no one else can take … Continue reading