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    CAN LOVE INFLUENCE OUR JUDGEMENT?

    The most prominent reasons for love would seem to be properties or qualities of the beloved, such as beauty, wit, or kindness. Among many problems with this proposal, three have attracted especially close attention. First, some find the proposal fetishistic, or at least misdirected. It appears to represent Love as focused on the beloved’s accidental properties, rather than on that person’s essence. Second, if one’s reason ought to ware as the beloved loses those properties, then, one’s love ought to ware as the beloved loses those properties. Finally, if one’s reason for loving the beloved are properties, then insofar as one’s love is responsive to those reasons, it will soon…

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    INVESTIGATING BODILY RESPONSES AND FEELINGS

    Emotion indicates a states of kind of arousal, a state that can prompt some activities and interfere with others. These states are associated with characteristics bodily expressions such as love, grief, anger, joy, fear. Unlike mood, they have objects: one grieves over some particular thing, or is angry at something. It is convenient to speak of emotions having elements of various sorts (for example, thoughts, sensations, desires, feelings, pleasures, pains, shifts of attention) those should not be thought of as merely bundled together, and the emotion as a mere conglomeration. The truth is rather than an emotion is an ordered complex or structure of the element it is taken to…

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    KNOWING FOR CERTAIN

    Considering certainty, it would be useful to distinguish it from another notion –that of infallibility. Although neither concept has been employed in a universally accepted way, generated it has been held that a person, for example, it might not be possible for persons falsely to believe of themselves that they have beliefs. But the range of such contingent propositions, if any, is very small indeed; and whether certainty extends to a much wider range of contingent propositions. Issues surrounding certainty are inextricably connected with those concerning skepticism. For many sceptics have traditionally held that knowledge requires certainty, and of course, they claim that certain knowledge is not possible. In fact,…

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    THE ISSUE OF PERCEPTION

    On the issue of perception, the question to begin with is how do we know things around us? A simple answer to that we know the world around us through the use of our senses. I know, for instance that there is a computer before me now because I can see it. I know that there is music playing in my room now because I can hear it. There is a reference here to how sense organs through which we perceive the world. But there are doubt of the reliability of these organs to provide us accurate accounts of the world. So just how accurate are the sense in indicating…

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    WHAT IS REAL?

    In everyday life, we assume many things which on a closer scrutiny are found to be a full of appearance, contradictions that only a great amount of thought enables us to know what it is that we really may believe. In the search for certainty, it is natural to begin with our present experiences, and in some senses, no doubt, knowledge is to be derived from them. But any statement as to what it is that our immediate experiences make us know is very likely to be wrong.  For instance, it seems to me that I am now holding a smartphone, on which I see some mobile applications, I believe…

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    HOW CAN WE UNDERSTAND TRUTH

    The belief that blood is red owes its truth to a certain feature of the world: namely, to the fact that blood is red. Similarly, the belief that dogs bark. This is a sort of trivial observation about truth. The notion of truth occurs with remarkable frequency in our reflections language, thought and action. we are inclined to suppose, for example, that truth is the proper aim of scientific inquiry, that true beliefs helps us to achieve our goals, that to understand a sentence is to know which circumstances would make it true, that reliable preservation of truth as one argues from premises to a conclusion is the mark of…