In promoting virtues, values and morality, we often hear people quoting the clichés “Actions speak louder than words,” or in a more religious context, “practice what you preach [teach].” Both aforementioned [clichés] always lead to conclusive remark such as “there is no other [effective] means to teach and impart goodness than to radiate it through concrete life examples.” The said conclusion (from the stated clichés) is not just merely sayings that we can immediately ignore [dismissed] or simply treated as a product of long time opinions (or an impulsive realization of the mind) espoused by elders of the community without any basis or explanation behind. In fact, it has a deep philosophical grounding principles tested throughout the course of time that undergone series of rigorous debates and considerations from numerous thinkers such as [German Philosophers] Immanuel Kant and Arthur Schopenhauer. To understand the very meaning of the clichés [mentioned] above. The perspectives of the…
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