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Date Created: 11/14/15
Philosophy is something that I have always been interested in and have studied, on my own, for many years. There is a sense outside of thinking for my future education which, as of lately, I have made decisions but have not yet committed. It has always been hard for me to commit to one career for the rest of my life. In seeking my degree, philosophy has developed a greater sense and I also have a large an appreciation for its science; however, intuitively philosophy is close, but no cigar in claims to how I should achieve fundamentally the knowledge necessary to discuss, debate, to be able to argue, and openly reason with myself and to those that may contradict my presence and belief systems. Equally, I feel we are all here for test and trial. How we achieve recognition shows that we are responsible for ourselves and less prone to confirmation which may be set by others. At the end of the day we are responsible for ourselves and as long as we know we did all that we were supposed to do then we are all doing well. Careerwise I want to take philosophy and use it to require a certain amount of ethics, morals or virtues which associates knowledge to my field. I plan to work with many people that will need my help as far as a district manager or regional trainer of an organization. That is why I am getting my business degree to obtain the tools necessary to achieve greatness in my current organization or another. I can provide adequate services to those so I may be able to embrace them obviously with compassion and attention that is needed in their life, or develop them to be a larger asset to my company. People may benefit from thinking philosophically because it does not reward us when we cannot ignore people by reasoning. I am starting to see that philosophers are so infectious and that sometimes when we are used to thinking a certain way, we become our own distraction. As to ethical problems, philosophy is more like the girth of it all and it can be like a drug. Philosophy can be like this builtin intellectual selfdefense where it can help you develop your life the way you see fit. Mosser believes our answers to these kinds of questions will have significant implications for how we want to be treated and, of course, how we treat others. By my own experiences, philosophy is love, but displays critically how thinking and reasoning affects us in many particular ways. Mosser, K.,(2010), Philosophy: A Concise Introduction, San Diego, CA, Bridgepoint Education, Inc. Retrieved From: https://content.ashford.edu/books
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