In a 750-1000 word essay, please respond to the following:
Explain and evaluate Socrates’ claim in the Apology that “the unexamined life is not worth living for a human being,” and briefly analyze and discuss the particular method he uses to discover the truth (i.e., dialectics or the Socratic Method). Do you agree that a human being cannot live a fully satisfying life if he or she remains ignorant, like the slavish prisoners in Plato’s cave? Why or why not?
Finally, in support of your argument, you are required refer to specific passages in the video (Alain de Botton’s “Socrates on Self-Confidence—Philosophy: A Guide to Happiness,” available on YouTube via the link below).
Family is considered the foundation for the social life for Filipinos. The nuclear family is the core, however the bonds are tight knit among the extended family members. Close family relationships go beyond genetic relationships, there are close relationships among distant relatives, close neighbors and friends. The dynamics of the family represents matricidal society. In general, the head of the household is the eldest female, which is most often the grandmother. Income is combined together, and then the matriarch of the family does the family finances B. Education The Primary Education in Philippines is called Paaralang Elementarya which is our version of an Elementary school. The elementary schools cover the first six years of education, which is from 1st grade to 6th grade. The secondary education is called Paaralang Sekundarya which is our version of high school. Secondary school covers grades: 7,8, 9, 10, 11, and 12. The tertiary is higher education beyond high school and the government offers two types of education. The first option is vocational school which is called Bokasyonal na Edukasyon at Pagsasanay. Technical school is learning a trade such as becoming an electrician or a plumber and be completed between a few weeks to 3 years. The second option of Tertiary School which is attending a college or university. Colleges typically offer 1 or more specialized programs while universities must offer at least 8 different undergraduate degree programs in a wide array of subjects and at least 2 graduate programs. C. Political system The government of the Philippines is a republic where the government is equally divided among the three branches: executive, legislative, and juridical. The system of the government is a separation of powers between Congress, executive branch and the juridical branch. There are a few political parties such as political parties and their leaders in 2002 included: Kilusang Bagong Lipunan (New Society Movement), led by Imelda Marcos; Laban Ng Demokratikong Pilipino (Struggle of Filipino Democrats) or LDP, led by Eduardo Angara; Lakas, led by Jose De Venecia; Liberal Party or LP, led by Florencio Abad; Nacionalista Party, led by Jose Oliveros; National People’s Coalition or NPC, led by Eduardo Cojuangco; PDP-Laban, led by Aquilino Pimentel; and the People’s Reform Party or PRP, led by Miriam Defensor-Santiago. The government seems to be stable, because the government hasn’t had a rebellion in over 20 years. One special tax is Value Added Tax (VAT). This is a business tax collected from the seller in the course of trade or business on every sale of p>GET ANSWER