As tourists walk across the Széchenyi Lánchíd Chain Bridge in Budapest, Hungary, they approach the stunning Gresham Palace. The Four Seasons Hotel Gresham Palace obtains a remarkable site due to the panoramic view of the famous Danube River, Buda Castle, and Fisherman’s Bastion from the front rooms of the hotel. 2,813 more words
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I’ve been doing a lot of thinking lately.
They say that a philosopher is by definition a lover of wisdom.
Because the philosopher loves wisdom, he realizes that to genuinely know something, that something must be true. 1,290 more words
Opinion piece written by Stephen Rogers.
The UK Department for Education (DfE) recently announced a new award for those English schools that promote ‘character':
“Schools and organisations that offer activities promoting character in pupils will see these programmes expanded through a new £3.5 million fund, designed to place character education on a par with academic learning for pupils across the country. 2,153 more words
Virtue ethics and narrative ethics (or, more accurately, narrative approaches to ethics) have both made something of a comeback in modern moral philosophy, with many ethicists and moral philosophers claiming that virtue ethics simply make more sense in the modern than, say, ethical theories built on laws and duties. 708 more words