Aristotle and the Art of Friendship
How many friends do you have? Are they really your friends? Is it possible that your friends are using you
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Xenophanes and the Singular God
Xenophanes of Colophon was a traveling poet and philosopher who preceded Socrates by over a century. As is common with
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The Pitiable Tyrant
Do you remember a few weeks ago when we had a bit of a discussion on the Platonic dialogue, Gorgias?
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It’s Not How You Say It…
  I once had a philosophy professor who told my class, with all the authority and reverence he could muster,
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Seneca and “On The Shortness of Life”
Okay, so we are going to be talking about some pretty heavy stuff today. For starters, we are going to
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Living Stress-Free And Stoically
Feeling stressed? Well, take some comfort in knowing that you are not alone. Last year the American Psychological Association conducted
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In Defense Of Aristotelian Ethics
By Van Bryan Bertrand Russell once said that one quality that made Socrates a great philosopher was his ability to
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Anaximander’s Boundless Universe
Anaximander is often considered to be the first philosopher, at least in some circles. The more popular opinion, which is
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The Pursuit Of Virtue: Aristotle’s Nicomachean Ethics
Last time we left off with Plato’s rather illusive explanation of moral virtue and the process of attaining it. It
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The Pursuit Of Virtue: Plato’s “The Meno”
While Plato and Aristotle are often considered to be contrary thinkers, or at the very least they were certainly distinct
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