or a literary text. In my view, dreams show the innate need to give artistic expression to his or her
28. It was a theater to show a contrast compared to modern theater. Its aim was to show the lack of
meaning in life in order for the audience to disagree. They were trying to portray life as it really is. It was
to make the audience laugh as a defense mechanism because it would, in fact, portray everyone in the
audience. It was very different to Shakespeare because they were always in highly unrealistic situations
29. As we find out in the “Big Bang” the only way we can look out into space, is to look back in
time. We can never know what the universe is like now. We only know what it was like then.
30. I feel they do possess greater wisdom because in many ways children can think more creatively
and more logically. Only because they are thinking the way they are supposed to think. They think with
many more questions than adults do.
31. Before Sophie’s world, I was aware of the fact that Socrates, Aristotle and Plato represent fathers
of philosophy. I was aware that human being had divergent cultures, reason for different school of
thought on issues of philosophy.
32. A philosophical project to me is a change in character because of the answers you ask or come
across. Language helps with a person who seeks philosophy because it not only helps open areas in your
brain but you can possibly other cultures perspective a lot clearer. Philosophy can be learned. Just being
in this class has helped me learn so much about philosophy and how to approach questions I have or
arguments I make. It is great to ask questions
33. I feel that the quote means that you are not living life to the fullest if you are living from “hand to
mouth”. It means that you are not living a more fulfilled life with your true creative mind. Since Gaarder
does write from a child’s perspective. It only makes sense to me that he writes in that perspective because
children are more creative when it comes to thinking that when compared to adults. The latter stems from
the premise that their minds are not corrupt