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Non-teleology is the idea that the world is what it is because of chance accident or blind mechanism This means that the there is no purpose in the world now or in history I think this is comparable to what went on in the film Hamlet which we watched in class I think that Hamlet felt that there was no purpose in the world for him Another example of non-teleology from our class work is the Romans They were hedonists and believed in just having a good time while they were on earth Non-teleology was also evident in our class work from the Baroque Era The people of the Baroque believed in the Latin expression Carpe Diem or seize the day The philosopher Democritus was also someone that we learned about this year who believed in non-teleology He thought that when a person died there soul died just like their brain It is because of all these examples and my own thinking that I believe in non-teleology I do not believe that there is any purpose in my life other than to do just like everyone else does I dont believe that I am preparing myself for any kind of future beyond this life and so I feel like I should just have a good time and make the most of this life I dont concern myself to much with going to church or praying because I dont think that at the end of my life I will be anywhere but six feet under ground I believe that the Romans felt the same way They were hedonistic and believed that pleasure was the highest good Also like me they believed that their was no purpose in the world and that the only life worth thinking about was the one they were in That is why I agree in non-teleology just like the Romans I think that the movie Hamlet was a good example
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