In this essay I will be concentrating on explaining what Aristotle meant when he said 'Man is a political animal'. I will be doing so by assessing his own works as well as presenting conflicting opinions on his statement. To begin with, a few definitions and where they originate which can be used to help … Continue reading Aristotle and the political animal.
I've dwelt with garbage, mockery and sickness became me, I no longer wish to walk these sewers, cluttered gutters, Trash will act as trash, no changing these people, It’s time to leave, be dignified and free. It’s hard to find yourself when you're covered in shit, People grab and claw at me, I don't know … Continue reading #28 – Like sand through fingers
Let my all judging eyes turn on themselves So I may see my imperfections, Devour the parts that I despise with the teeth that has Without mercy destroyed so many before me. It is so easy to criticise, rather than praise. To destroy what you love with good intentions. People always say you learn to … Continue reading #27 – Protecting my devotion
So today Theresa May activates Article 50 and begins our transition out of the EU in this two year negotiation period. Personally, I'm quite hopeful about this and perfectly happy with the stated aims so far. I do not believe for one moment that us leaving a trading bloc will destroy us, as it didn't … Continue reading A small note on the activation of Article 50.
The eyes of the devil, Synchronised with the night, Dance yourself unto me, Dance so beautifully. Eternally, Under the power of me, Slave shall have a master, On your knees forever after. A skin of mockery, Deprivations, no need to be tame, Call me by my name, When you're festering in shame. As it was, … Continue reading #26 – The sons of disobedience
In this essay I will attempting to concentrate on the argument from design and whether or not the existence of regularity and order in this world (Universe) provide compelling evidence for the existence of God. I will begin with a brief explanation of what the teleological argument is. I will then put forward Thomas Aquinas' (1225-1274) version of the … Continue reading Does this universe suggest a God?
Not one step back, Eyes locked forward, Necks built to break, Empires to fall. I've tried your philosophy, It doesn't work for me. To be pushed around and keep your sweetness, All the helping hands will fade away, As you have no will to stand, So tired of the lack of everything I desire, All … Continue reading #25 – Nullum Aequilibrium