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Question One
The natural desire plays the role of demanding some things in life. It enables one think beyond
and works to achieve more significant wants. It allows one to accomplish through ethical means
to improve the current situation.
Natural desire is the act of wanting something. Natural desire in respect to the good implies that
it is both sufficient and final. The author defines that natural desire as good and happiness.
Nicomachean states that natural desire cannot be satisfied. Satisfaction for one want leads to
another. The natural inclination, therefore, has no end. He says that when a need looks as if
satisfied another arises.
Question Two
Augustine states that there is no place for God. He characterizes God as unchangeable. He resists
all the placements that attend any installation of memory. His search for God ends that there is
no place for God with a second proclamation. He states that both backward and forward there is
no place. The understanding of Augustine on memory implies that he doesn't believe in God. He
thinks that God does not influence the mind of human beings. Consciousness arises from the
thinking of individual without influence from God.
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Question Three
Descartes understand that positive infinity is anything without limit. He understands that it is
something believed to be above the normal. It relates to the existence of God in meditation
because found to be a supreme being. According to Descartes, he doubts the existence of God.
Descartes even question his existence according to the thinking made. The concept of positive
infinity is also essential for Descartes because it helps in thinking and comparing, and answering
various questions that talk about the existence of supreme God.
Question Five
Copernican revolution is the shift from Ptolemaic of the heavens which, is described as cosmos.
Kant states that the knowledge of human being should conform to the objects. However, under
that view, all attempts establish about prior activities. They develop before the enlargement of
experience and make sure succession exists. Kant explains that our knowledge has limits and
have a reason.
Question Four
Central paradox is the theoretical account of the attempts for both essential and objective
structures. There is classifying of different experiences. The phenomenon is the science
psychology. Paradox structure phenology as a method through explains procedures in it. Paradox
shows various procedures stipulated in the phenomenology to achieve the set objectives. Puzzle
gives phenology a standard of truth through achievement of set goals at the end of the
completion of various projects.
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The three worlds of phenology include the pre-objective, which deals with the movement of
consciousness from the figure to the ground in a free manner. Additionally, knowledge can move
from character to earth and from field to figure. The second is Lebenswelt where the ground
structure gets a supplement of the virtual figure. There is an expectation of character arising from
the ground. Stabilization is expected to emerge from the field. The third one is the scientific
world that involves apprehension. It determines the figures of perception from the virtual ground.
Question Seven
The characteristics of meaningfulness for Heidegger include issues and thinking. The process
undergoes building backups for exposure through both deeper meaning and understanding. There
is also the potential for interpreting the situations just as they arise. Through following the
statement, there is questioning that brings sense to us. The process enables us open conditions
and avoids struggles.

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