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Plato for the Ambitious

Dr. David O'Connor discusses Plato's ambivalence toward political ambition in the Republic Plato expresses an ambivalent attitude about political ambition in the Republic. On the one...

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Who Decides What is Just?

In this short video Dr. Fulvio Di Blasi explains the difference between justice and the other moral virtues. There is an essential difference between justice...

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Class 14: Second Critique of Poetry and the Rewards of Justice

Political Philosophy Course on "An Introduction to Plato's Republic" Taught by Dr. Jonhatan Culp Class 14: Second Critique of Poetry and the Rewards of Justice...

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Class 13: The Tyrannic Soul and the Superiority of Justice

Political Philosophy Course on "An Introduction to Plato's Republic" Taught by Dr. Jonhatan Culp Class 13: The Tyrannic Soul and the Superiority of Justice In...

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Class 12: The Decline of Cities and Souls

Political Philosophy Course on "An Introduction to Plato's Republic" Taught by Dr. Jonhatan Culp Class 12: The Decline of Cities and Souls In this class,...

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Class 7: The Virtues of City and Souls

Political Philosophy Course on "An Introduction to Plato's Republic" Taught by Dr. Jonhatan Culp Class 7: The Virtues of City and Souls In this class,...

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Class 2: Republic I: What is Justice?

Political Philosophy Course on "An Introduction to Plato's Republic" Taught by Dr. Jonhatan Culp Class 2: Republic I: What is Justice? In this class, Dr....

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Class 1: An Introduction to Plato’s Republic

Political Philosophy Course on "An Introduction to Plato's Republic" Taught by Dr. Jonhatan Culp Class 1: An Introduction to Plato's Republic This lesson provides an...

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Cardinal Virtues: Why Four?

In this short video, leading philosopher Dr. Fulvio Di Blasi explains the importance of the cardinal virtues for moral life. The concept of cardinal virtues...

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