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The Good Life
From the beginning of mankind, every human being has had a unique intuition of what the "good life" meant to them. However, we live in a sensible world and are subject to physical laws, therefore despite our freedom people will fail to choose and think freely and inevitably fail to follow their intuition. A prime example would be Socrates who had said, "The unexamined life is one not worth living." In other words a "good life" to Socrates meant a life lived by undergoing questioning and examining. …
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