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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Aristotle’s De Interpretatione: Fate Or Free Will?
The miserable King Oedipus of Thebes and his woeful story is a rather significant thought experiment for those of us
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In Pursuit Of The Good
If Plato’s ideas on ethics seems a bit hazy to you, then rest assured you’re not alone. There are several
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Injustice For All: Plato’s Republic And The Pursuit Of Justice
Plato’s The Republic is often, and for good reason, considered the single most important philosophical text of the western world.
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Are You Feeling Lucky?
While Aristotle was most certainly a busy man, revolutionizing human thought can be rather time consuming, he still managed to
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Plato’s “The Parmenides”: The Fault In Our Forms
By. Van Bryan The Parmenides (also known as, “Oh God, please don’t make us read that thing” in most philosophy
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Heraclitus: The Fire And The Flux
By Van Bryan Heraclitus was born in Ephesus, an important ancient city located on the Ionian Coast, in about 535
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