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Philosophy

TEW Principles

Eclecticism includes the examination of all sides of an issue, the inclusion of multiple perspectives, and the use of various methods of inquiry. It is a way of thinking that is open-minded and willing to consider new ideas and evidence. Eclecticism is flexible and allows for change and growth. It is based on the belief …

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Fatalism

“Fatalism is the belief that events are determined by forces beyond our control and that we are powerless to change them. Many people think of fatalism as a negative philosophy because it seems to take away our ability to make choices and to control our own destiny. Fatalism is often contrasted with determinism, which is …

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Assisted Suicide

“Assisted suicide is suicide undertaken with the aid of another person. The term usually refers to physician-assisted suicide (PAS), which is suicide that is assisted by a physician or other healthcare provider. Once it is determined that the person’s situation qualifies under the physician-assisted suicide laws for that place, the physician’s assistance is usually limited …

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Eclecticism

“Eclecticism is a philosophical and methodological approach that emphasizes the study of a wide range of ideas, perspectives, and sources. The term is often used in reference to the philosophy of the ancient Greek philosopher Aristotle, who drew upon a wide range of sources in his work. In recent years, eclecticism has been advocated as …

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Holism

Holism generally refers to the idea that a whole is greater than the sum of its parts. In The Eclectic Way, holism encompasses internal and external processes.