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Describes the State/individual relationship as a key element in political philosoophy. Ideas of Plato as expressed in THE APOLOGY, the account of Socrates acceptance of a death sentence rather than giving up his way of life. Idea of moral duty and obedience to the laws of the state, even if the laws are unjust. Moral concept of right and wrong expressed in the CRITO. Socrates view of philosophy as the proper way to determine right from wrong.
One of the key elements in political philosophy is the nature of the relationship between the individual and the state. Generally, this is related by... more
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Analysis of issues raised in the MENO regarding how true knowledge can be recognized. Plato's Socratic diaglogue and Meno's paradox of how one can know when correct answer is given in the philosophical realm. Role of inquiry. Socratic method. Whether virtue can be taught. Theory of recollection.
The customary procedure in Plato's Socratic dialogues is for Socrates and another person to inquire into the nature of a particular virtue. But... more
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Summarizes three systems. Application to business ethics. Aristotelian ethics that center on concept of happiness and pursuit of the good. Kantian ethics that proposes good will as an end to itself. Fair play and the categorical imperative. Ethics of John Stuart Mill and the Utilitarian philosophy. Principle of utility.
Summary of Three Ethical Systems in Philosophy
Aristotelian Ethics
Aristotle’s Eudaimonism is an ethical system that centers on the... more
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Ideas of Plato and Henry David Thoreau. Thoreau's argument that the self must be known in order to achieve wisdom. Spiritual freedom of self-knowledge found in nature. Socrates' thesis that wisdom can be achieved by people seeking their own answers to questions; virtue as knowledge. Plato's PHAEDO, MENO, APOLOGY, CRITO.
Knowledge of the Self & Wisdom
Plato and Henry David Thoreau
In Henry David Thoreau’s Walden, we find that most people lack wisdom because... more
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Socrates' argument. His decision to reject Crito's help and remain in prison, facing the death penalty. Crito's emotional argument. Socrates' reliance on reason, not emotion. Socrates' belief that he must be consistent in his adherence to truth and justice even if it means his death. His actions must back up his teachings.
In Crito, Socrates argues against Crito, saying that he should not accept Crito's help in escaping from prison to avoid the death penalty that has... more
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Critiques Miroslav Ivanovic's analysis. Ivanovic's deconstruction and unfair categorizing of Socrates' argument. Claims Miroslav ignores the spiritual aspects, the deliberate contradictions, irony and humor of Socrates argument. Socrates quality of critique. Problem of the unjust law and Socrates response to it.
The first major problem in Miroslav Ivanovic's "Socrates' Last Error" is that he does not give enough credit to the irony and creativity of Socrates'... more
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Aristotle's worldview & model for human behavior; the soul. Freud's criticism of Aristotle.
Aristotle and Modern Psychology

Psychology, as we think of it, was not a preoccupation of most people until very... more
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Aristotle: "Nicomachean Ethics"
Aristotle's "Nicomachean Ethics" deals with, among other things, the distinction between moral and intellectual virtue. This discusses the distinction with a special emphasis on voluntary and involuntary actions.
In the Nicomachean Ethics, Aristotle carefully considers the issue of responsibility and finds that the human being is indeed responsible for his or... more
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ETHICS - Aristotle on Personal Responsibility
Review of Aristotle's ETHICS with an emphasis on personal responsibility & moral culpability.
In the Nichomachean Ethics, Aristotle carefully considers the issue of responsibility and finds that the human being is indeed responsible for his or... more
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The Question of Immortality & Possibility of Life After Death
Discusses outlook of Socrates concerning life after death in Plato's Phaedo. Presents his argument that immortality must be accepted by the reasoning man.
In the Phaedo, Plato addresses a question that has interested man probably since man became aware of death, the question of the immortality of the... more
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