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The philosophical impact of the concept of happiness at Mohammed bin Rashid (1 – 3)
There are major transformations taking place at the levels of life, which necessitates contemplative standing at these transformations, which have made man a mere commodity without moral constants, an attempt to strip him of reason and contemplation, stripping him of his humanity.
What happened in the West in terms of development did not accompany the higher values of man, so that the concepts of goodness, love, and beauty ended up in old ports that are tamped down with new concepts that seek to formulate a new man of pragmatic tendencies, individualistic orientation, who is not reconciled with himself and his social surroundings.
The active reality is judged by its positive data.
The thinker Mohammed bin Rashid says that history is not concerned with visions or their owners unless they are realized. This confirms the importance of linking the idea with achievement so that it does not turn into utopia. Over time, there are theories that have proven their failure because they go against events and were unable to find the correct hypotheses to reach sound results. So the important and basic criterion for the validity of any theory is to prove its validity.
Philosophy was concerned with happiness, ways to achieve it and its results. In this, thinker Mohammed bin Rashid says that happy people produce better, live longer, and lead better economic development. Assuming that happiness is opposite to misery or misery, we find that the indicators confirm that the shadows of unhappiness are reflected in the paths of economic, cultural, social and other life, so that the society or the unhappy individual loses the human identity and quarrels with the social, cultural and economic environment. This results in a new moral awareness governed by laws that control the life of the individual and society. One of the first imprints of unhappiness is the state of emotional cracking of the individual and society, which is forced to abandon virtue. Instead of love, goodness and beauty, hatred, evil and ugliness are formed. Perhaps these articles open up an understanding of the cornerstone of the philosophy of practical happiness established by the conscious reformer, Sheikh Zayed, who realized that building a person begins with a belief in his rights, so he worked with critical awareness to establish specific concepts based on tolerance, love and unity, which made him an inspiration in humanitarian and leadership work.
Before accessing the book of His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid (Reflections on Happiness and Positivity), we should look at the definition of happiness for philosophers. Socrates believes that true happiness is achieved only for people who possess knowledge and wisdom, as he linked knowledge, wisdom and happiness. This concept was dealt with by Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid, explaining that (happiness is a way of life and positivity is a way of thinking). Appreciated in the next episodes.
John Locke believes that happiness is a natural instinct created by God in the human soul, and this instinct motivates all human actions.
Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid believes that the wars that destroy a person by bombing his self-confidence and destroy his optimism and future are the most dangerous, because they target the psychological and moral structure of man. Here, His Highness the Sheikh refers to the importance of building a person so that he can cross these turns. Thus, His Highness seeks to re-read morals philosophically.
Philosophy searches for facts, what they are, and their ultimate causes. Through his ideas presented in Reflections on Happiness and Positivity, the thinker Mohammed bin Rashid searches for the following issues:
1. What is the meaning of happiness and positivity?
2. Is it happy for him?
3. Are there laws governing happiness and positivity?
4. Are there paths to happiness?