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Intro to Philosophy
Dr. Clarke
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This 1 page Study Guide was uploaded by alto cadence on Sunday December 6, 2015. The Study Guide belongs to PHI2010 at Florida State University taught by Dr. Clarke in Fall 2015. Since its upload, it has received 35 views. For similar materials see Intro to Philosophy in PHIL-Philosophy at Florida State University.


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Date Created: 12/06/15
DeSaad Andrews September 12, 2015 ECO 2013 American Dream The American Dream to me consists of two parts: the pursuit of happiness and the result brought  about by the pursuit. The journey is always better than the destination, so I would say that I  believe the pursuit would play an important role in the American Dream. I would feel some sort  of emptiness if I achieved my wildest dreams but I played no part in it at all. It’s unfulfilling to  have tons of riches, but have no experience or any work put in to reach that point. Obviously,  reaching that point of success where I feel like I have achieved the American Dream will be fun  but the journey also plays the most important role. The American Dream to me is when I reach the point where my cosign means something to  everyone. I want to work in fashion and music and the liberal arts, so in those businesses a  cosign from the right person can do a lot for you and bring you a long way in no time. I wish to  create a clothing line and become creative director for that line so I have to just sit and come up  with ideas while people who work for me make the clothes. I have a vision of me making music  as well, rap music with a bit of inspirations from every single genre besides country. I plan to  achieve this goal by obviously working with my friends and continuing to make music and  clothing until something pops. I don’t think I will stop working at it. I will keep working at  clothes and music until someone hears and thinks this kid is onto something. I could possibly  even pave my own way and make music build a fan base and then get signed to a record label  then promote my clothing myself due to the popularity I gain through music. There are tons of  ways to go about this. There’s no clear way to becoming successful in art, it kind of just happens, but I will just keep working on my craft until it happens. I don’t really know what I expect from the government, I don’t expect much if anything at all. I  don’t think sometimes they are even out to help me. I feel as if the government sometimes sees  me as a threat, because I’m a young black educated male. They see that if I make it I could  possibly inspire another young black male and it continues. The conspiracy theorist in me makes  me think that the government is really trying to keep the wealth within a certain group of people,  and I’m not talking just white people I mean a group of hand selected people. There is a quote  that goes “Democracy substitutes election by the incompetent many for appointment by the  corrupt few.” To me that meant that the corrupt few will always run what happens in the world  unless you make your own fate. So that’s exactly what I’m going to do. I expect nothing from the government.


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