What is the definition of an intellectual autobiography?
Basically, in very common language, "what I think, I own; what I create from what I think, I own." Now, two or more people may have a similar idea / thought, and even make a similar creation... then, it becomes who did it first. If 2 creations differ significantly in some aspect, however, both could get a patent. Similarity of ideas is often a point of lawsuits in music and between lyricists, because humans retain…
Is information available to understand and prevent being sued for violating intellectual property as an author of an autobiography?
William C. Spengemann has written: 'The forms of autobiography' -- subject(s): Autobiography, Literary form 'Mark Twain and the backwoods angel' 'A new world of words' -- subject(s): American literature, Canon (Literature), Criticism and interpretation, History and criticism, In literature, Intellectual life, Theory
Intellectual virtue means seeking the truth.the intellectual virtues consists in the contemplation of truth.moral virtue gives happiness but intellectual virtue gives great happiness.since happiness lies in fulfilling our nature.the greatest happiness lies in the life of contemplation is man's ultimate good and his greatest happiness.Aristotle says that not all man have sufficient intellectual ability to engage in the contemplation of truth and experience this highest quality of happiness.