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You probably know this one already: Hamburgers are people or things that come from Hamburg, Germany. The hamburglar , on the other hand, comes from Des Plaines, Illinois. The adjective for this unassuming tuber is a corruption of girasole , the Italian word for sunflower. It's also called a sunchoke or sunroot. Piggyback is believed to be a corruption of pick-a-pack or pick-pack —a 16th-century expression for carrying something on your shoulders. Sandblind is a 15th-century word, seldom encountered today outside of literature and poetry, for being half-blind.
It is often said to allude to the poor visibility experienced during dust storms and sand storms. Instead, the true story behind this one is even more peculiar.
Shamefaced was originally shamefast , with -fast in this sense meaning fixed or constant, as it does in steadfast or stuck fast. Presumably the word changed over time because the shame of a shamefaced person can be seen in his or her expression. Being chock-full has nothing to do with being rammed as tightly as a chock is below a door or the wheels of a vehicle.
Instead, chock in this context is derived from choke , in the sense of something being suffocatingly crammed or crowded.
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As further evidence, the earliest use of the term comes from , a full 26 years before Allied troops stormed the beaches. By the late 16th century, we were left with the word we use today. But it also happens to cover some impressive philosophical ground in a way that advances the plot and adds intrigue without weighing the story down or feeling like you're trapped in a classroom. Other terms, however, are delivered via quick character dialogue or single-episode arcs that might leave you under-appreciating the artful manner in which creator Michael Schur has just fed you a giant, delicious meal of moral philosophy.
To prepare for the fourth and final season of The Good Place , brush up on five important moral philosophy concepts that you might have missed. Proceed with caution. In season 2, episode seven, Janet has created a doltish rebound boyfriend named Derek to help her get over her lasting feelings for Jason—feelings that generated a slew of malfunctions like spontaneously summoning a roughly foot-long sub and vomiting thousands of pennies. While Jason and Tahani bask in a love-drunk paradise, Michael, Chidi, and Eleanor struggle to devise an ethical strategy to fix Janet and prevent Derek from blowing their cover to the very meddlesome demon Vicky.
So Chidi offers up an ethical loophole called the doctrine of double effect, coined by Thomas Aquinas.
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According to the doctrine , you can act in a way that causes an immoral side effect, as long as your primary intention is morally sound. Her primary intention is the hope that it will rekindle their romance, and if she also unwittingly OK, wittingly serves Chidi a big bowl of emotional turmoil with a side dish of stomachache at the same time? In the season 2 finale, a dispirited, drunken Eleanor confesses to a bartender Michael in a Cheers -inspired disguise that her six months of commitment to good behavior after her near-death experience left her woefully unfulfilled.
In other words, she had expected to receive some type of cosmic reward for her virtue that would make it all worth it. Michael identifies her mindset as an expectation of moral desert pronounced like dessert ; i.
For self-centered Eleanor, the idea that the answer might be related to our relationships with other people is more than a little mind-blowing. After looking up What do we owe to each other? After accurately predicting the afterlife points system while high on mushrooms but having no confirmation of his hypothesis, of course decades ago, Doug has dedicated himself to the type of utilitarian existence so often mentioned throughout the series: Act in a way that maximizes the overall good. In doing so, Doug eats only radishes and lentils to preserve the environment, tests harmful cosmetics on his own face to spare animals from pain, and completely unravels when he accidentally steps on a snail.
While living so selflessly sounds good in theory, Doug illustrates how such a severe commitment to utilitarianism is actually a terrible idea. In his book Moral Tribes , Harvard University professor of psychology Joshua David Greene argues that being a happiness pump might create more societal harm than good. If you contribute to the greater good while still remaining happy and comfortable, he explains, then other people will recognize that charity and service can enrich their own lives, too.
John Locke believed that personal identity is based on a continued consciousness, i.
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For most of us, this seems logical: We grow into ourselves as individuals by learning and changing based on past experiences. In a slight philosophical plot twist, the way Chidi finally brings Eleanor back to herself is by kissing her, suggesting that personal identity somehow exists on an even deeper level than memory, and Eleanor and Chidi are inherently wired to be together. For viewers, that idea is a thread of hope that sustains us through the devastating season 3 finale, when Chidi decides that their only chance at succeeding in their new Good Place neighborhood experiment is if he gets rebooted, losing all memory of his most recent and meaningful romantic relationship with Eleanor.
If the fairytale logic behind their redemptive kiss holds up, Chidi and Eleanor will likely find their way back to each other in season 4. BY Rudie Obias. Subscribe to our Newsletter! BY Paul Anthony Jones.