Superiority of Aristotelian Virtue Friendship

Analysis of Aristotelian Virtue Friendship written for my advance topics in philosophy of friendship class In his work Nicomachean Ethics, Aristotle examines friendships of which he thinks there are three types: utility, pleasure, and virtue. Aristotle argues that friendships of utility … Continue reading Superiority of Aristotelian Virtue Friendship

Dear AP English Language, Thank You

I don’t know that I would have wanted to take AP English if it hadn’t been a graduation requirement, but retrospectively I’m so glad it was. Considering myself as a STEM student who never really had any profound appreciation for English, I expected to trudge my way through the course. Instead, I took away from this class impactful life lessons that expand far beyond the scope of reading Shakespeare.   Initially, one of my main problems with English, which I found particularly bothersome being a Math/Science person who enjoys factual objective truths, was the inescapable nature of subjectivity. Thus, reading Tompkins … Continue reading Dear AP English Language, Thank You