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We all live with some sense of what is good or bad, some feelings about which ways of conducting ourselves are better or worse. But what is the status of these moral beliefs, senses, or feelings? 1,119 more words
Humans make decisions subjectively.
When a human makes a subjective decision he (or she) is uniquely qualified to do so, yet some may call that selfishness. 143 more words
The troubles of articulating the notion of phenomenology are directly identified by Merleau-Ponty in the preface of Phenomenology of Perception. Merleau-Ponty writes, “The hurried reader will give up trying to pin down a doctrine that has said everything and will wonder if a philosophy unable to define itself merits all the commotion made around it and is anything but a myth or a fad.” 1,434 more words