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This course will acquaint the student with some of the ancient Greek contributions to the Western philosophical and scientific tradition.

We will examine a broad range of central philosophical themes concerning: nature, law, justice, knowledge, virtue, happiness, and death. There will be a strong emphasis on analyses of arguments found in the texts.

Course Curriculum

  • Characteristic Socratic Theses Unlimited
  • Characteristic Socratic Theses (cont.) Unlimited
  • Euthyphro and the Elenchus Unlimited
  • Meno on Knowledge and Inquiry Unlimited
  • Meno on Knowledge and Inquiry (cont.) Unlimited
  • Immortality in the Phaedo Unlimited
  • Notes on Platonic Forms Unlimited
  • Republic I-II Unlimited
  • Social Justice and Psychic Justice in the Republic Unlimited
  • Social Justice and Psychic Justice in the Republic (cont.) Unlimited
  • Plato’s Sun, Line, and Cave Unlimited
  • Plato on Happiness Unlimited
  • Third Man Argument Unlimited
  • Aristotle’s Categories and Early Thoughts on Substance Unlimited
  • Aristotle’s Categories II Unlimited
  • Aristotle’s Four Causes Unlimited
  • Aristotle on Science Unlimited
  • Aristotle on Primary Substance Unlimited
  • Aristotle on the Human Good Unlimited
  • The Greek Conception of Virtue Unlimited
  • Socrates on Weakness of Will (Akrasia) Unlimited
  • Aristotle: Voluntary/Involuntary Unlimited
  • Epicurean Empiricism Unlimited
  • Lucretius on Death Unlimited
  • Lucretius on Death (cont.) Unlimited
  • Lucretius on Death (cont.) Unlimited

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