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Philosophy concerning the Tao Te Ching and Thomas Aquinas
So my topic for my Philosophy paper is comparing the the Tao in Lao Tzuâ€™s Tao Te Ching to the natural law theory of Aquinas and How do their conceptions of nature differ?
can anyone shed some light on this i looked at the tao te ching and know that tao is the way and that the theory of natural law law is the part of the eternal law that applies to individual human choices, also known as our natural reason.
But i am very confused so anyone who can help me it would be very nice.
and mad karma
and i actually will give it
do your own homework
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yah man. do your own work. if you're writing a paper on a top that you have no clue about, it's going to be shit.
if you bothered to read i am doing my homework but am having trouble understanding it
www.google.com can help.
yeah its what i am using like i said just confusing wondering if anyone has taken a philosophy class that can shed some light on the topic
I believe the answer is four, so if you can write a paper around that I'm certain you'll get somewhere between an A and an F.
"…when a calendar comes to the end of a cycle, it just rolls over into the next cycle. In our Western society, every year 31 December is followed, not by the End of the World, but by 1 January. So 126.96.36.199.0 in the Mayan calendar will be followed by 0.0.0.0.1 - or good-ol' 22 December 2012, with only a few shopping days left to Christmas." - Excerpt from Dr Karl's "Great Moments in Science".
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