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Conscience • It is an ability to critically evaluate his/her acts and judge them (if theyConscience • It is an ability to critically evaluate his/her acts and judge them (if they violate) as improper and imperfection; • F. Dostoyevsky, N. Berdyaev: it exists even inside the criminal; • It is a reminder of a human nature and mission; • It is a source of sufferings or even a suicide.

Freedom  • It is one of the main conditions of morality;  • I. Kant:Freedom • It is one of the main conditions of morality; • I. Kant: “we should live as if we are free”; • There are thousands of factors from outside making us dependent (climate, salary, etc. ) but from “inside” — we are free; • People can calculate the planet movement for another hundred years, yet cannot know what happens to him next moment;

Freedom • Thus, a human being can liberate himself from many outside factors;  • InsideFreedom • Thus, a human being can liberate himself from many outside factors; • Inside (even in prison) and outside freedom; at the same tiome he can be a “slave” being free: dependent on other people, feelings, habits; • The central question of ethics: freedom of choice: a man is always free to choose, even between death and life.

Freedom • J. -P. Sartre: “Freedom is a human being phenomenon”;  • F. Nietzsche: “Freedom • J. -P. Sartre: “Freedom is a human being phenomenon”; • F. Nietzsche: “ Are you calling yourself as free ? For what are you free? Are you from those who have a right to be free? Some lost their last value by liberating themselves from slavery”

Freedom • Freedom is not always or necessarily good;  • Freedom of good assumes freedomFreedom • Freedom is not always or necessarily good; • Freedom of good assumes freedom of evil; • The tragedy of the world is often explained by freedom as the basis of this world; at the same tome freedom is the basis of morality and virtue; • “ if the world was made of good only, we would not need God. ” –N. Berdyaev.

Happiness • Happiness as an award for a moral life (in many ethical concepts);  •Happiness • Happiness as an award for a moral life (in many ethical concepts); • Different understanding of happiness; • Often a and realizes it at the end of life (legend of Solon); • Money, power, love, health, — often conceived as happiness, but are imitation;

Happiness • Happiness is a life in agreement with yourself;  • Life without fears, unneededHappiness • Happiness is a life in agreement with yourself; • Life without fears, unneeded hopes, dreams, but in self-confidence; • It is possible only this moment, it is not in the past, not in the future.




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