Exam on Introduction to Philosophy.
Exam on Introduction to Philosophy
I have exam and I need you to answer this question by using the article which I attached as source. ( Please no sources from any other articles or books) just use my article. Also please answer the quastion by using simple words because I’m an international student.
Here is the question:
In “Olympic Sport and Its Lessons for Peace” Heather Reid argues that the ancient Greek Olympiad expressed a deep appreciation for equality and difference among human beings. There is, however, an apparent tension—or even a paradox–within this ideal. In precisely what sense is the equality of human beings exalted in the Olympiad? In precisely what sense is the difference between human beings exalted in the Olympiad? Lastly, explain how these two sentiments are mutually consistent or—if you think otherwise—mutually inconsistent? (Limit: 400 words)