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|Handout 4: Poetry and Soul||
Two arguments against poetry from Bk II and III; an overview of the soul–city connections and the virtues in Bk IV.
|Plato, Virtue, Soul, Poetry||view|
|The Marks Of Monitory Memory: An Analysis Of The Shepheard Buss Rebus In Light Of The Moral Agenda Of Claude Paradin’s Heroicall Devices, J. R. Rallens||
A preoccupation with virtue was embodied in many literary and aesthetic forms in early modern England, including the popular genre of emblem books...
|Virtue, spirituality, Knowledge||view|
|Moral and political philosophy||
Full course with video lectures, readings, assessments etc.. It introduces philosophical concepts and problems relating to political and social...
|Virtue, Justice, Morality, Utilitarianism, Libertarianism, Deontology, Social contract theory, Locke, Bentham, Mill, Rawls, Kant, Nozick||view|
Full course with lecture notes, assignments, text analysis presentations and related study materials
|Greek philosophy, Plato, Aristotle, Knowledge, immortality, Free will, Socrates, Matter, Soul, Virtue, Justice, Happiness, Death||view|
|Literature and Ethical Values, Fall 2002||
Full course with readings, syllabus, assignments etc.. It explores ethical concepts and implications of actions and commitments by studying texts...
|ethics, Philosophy and literature, Morality, Virtue, Responsibilty, Politics, Plato, Aristotle, Sophocles, Shakespeare, Euripides, Ibsen, Dostoevsky, Dante, JS Mill, George Bernard Shaw, Conrad, Herman Melville||view|
|Journal of Ethics and Social Philosophy||
Open access, peer-reviewed journal.
|Rationality, Morality, Moral responsibility, Moral luck, Virtue||view|
|Ethics, Fall 2009||
Full course with readings, lecture notes, assignments etc.. It explores central topics in classical and contemporary ethics by examining...
|Virtue, Non-naturalism, Non-cognitivism, Moral relativism, Goodness, Rightness, Justice, Free will, Moral responsibility, Plato, JS Mill, GE Moore, AJ Ayer, Nozick, Derek Parfit, Peter Singer||view|