What was the underlying motivations or questions that led to the pre-socratic cosmologists to search for the Arche? What are some of the philosophical implications of their answers?

What was the underlying motivations or questions that led to the pre-socratic cosmologists to search for the Arche? What are some of the philosophical implications of their answers?
Compare and contrast “avocado” and “artichoke” views of the human self with the categories of essentialism and existentialism from the context of the 3 major worldviews (Asian, Traditional African, and Western).
What are the most important implications of the worldviews (Western, Asian, and Traditional African) on the relationship of the “knower” and the “known”. Based on the video of Dr. Jill Bolte Taylor that we saw in class, referenced in a Canvas module, and in Chapter 3 of our textbook, how would she define the relationship of the “knower” and the “known”.
Analyze the following quotation that was in Chapter 3 of our textbook, “They do not understand that there is no self to be dissolved. There is only the notion of the self to be transcended”. Think deeply about this quote and the teaching that it implies.
the name of text book is root of wisdom 8th edition

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