Author: Silvia Maria Knabben Corrêa Zappellini

Free will

Today’s idea is a reflection on free will and good action. Although it does not talk about morality, it is implied in the good action provided by free will, will and reason. Free will is a recurring theme both in philosophy and in people’s daily lives. Its concept refers to the freedom of action. Although […]

Gratitude and freedom as a philosophy of life

Today’s reflection is the result of an approach from Lawrence W. Reed’s book: “How to prepare for a liberal economy”. This reflection does not address aspects of the liberal economy but uses some of the arguments that the author mentions for the liberal economy: gratitude, freedom and life philosophy. It seems to me that we […]

Virtues and our relationships

As we reflect on life, personal actions, and the events around us, we wonder what can lead us to a happier life, and we often think that our relationships influence this happiness, as well as how coexistence would be easier and more peaceful if moral issues and ethics were common concerns. When we think of […]

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