Student’s Name: Professor’s name: Course: Date: Human destiny has been explained through philosophies and religion beliefs but still none of the arguments seem to crack the standard theory to be embraced by all. Many philosophers the like of Aristotle have their beliefs on nature of life and in particular humanity. Religion has its say on the same and the question remains; is destiny controlled by predestination or is it free will? In this paper I will stretch my views on Aristotle’s philosophy of education. In Aristotle’s philosophy of education he insists that human natural rational forces or religion? The rational forces and the religion seem to apply predestination theory while Aristotle’s philosophy applies the theory of free will to attain the purpose of life and thereof give life meaning. But I can conclude that Human destiny will always depend on all the theories to some extent because it is hard to ignore the principles provided by each. Work cited Gutek Gerald L. New Perspectives on Philosophy and Education. Columbus Ohio: Pearson 2009. Print. Kurian George T and Mark A. Lamport. Encyclopedia of Christian Education. 2015. Internet resource. 67 [...]
Aristotle believes that we live in a puposeful and meaningful world. What do you think?