Philosophical Miscellany

Some Aristotelian-like Presuppositions

Aristotle: Moral Virtues and the Mean (Diagram)

Cyrenaic Guidelines

Epicurus: Philosophy as Pain Avoidance

Some Stoic Guidelines (Based on Epictetus)

Ancient and Medieval Presuppositions

Contrasting Conceptions of Ancient (Aristotelian) and Modern Science

Descartes' Mind/Body Dualism

Comments on the Book of the Tao: Chapters 1 - 41

Traditional Religion and Humanism

Textual Analysis of Nietzsche's View of Heraclitus

Epicurean Guidelines

Rousseau's Principles of Education

Hedonic Calculus Worksheet (after Bentham)

Mill's Utilitarianism

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