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  • The Concept of the Happy Life; A Comparison in Epicurean and Stoic Philosophies

    philosophers and their philosophies. Among those that have attempted this explanation are the Stoics, who were founded by Zeno,...

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  • Compare and Contrast the Philosophy of Parmenides with That of Heraclitus.Docx

    Compare And Contrast The Philosophy Of Parmenides With That Of Heraclitus The two pre-Socratic philosophers with...

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  • Compare and Contrast of Ethical Philosophies - Virtue and Egoism

    VIRTUE AND EGOISM Virtue and Egoism: Compare and Contrast of Ethical Philosophies Abstract The thesis of...

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  • Compare and contrast (a) the product philosophy versus the selling philosophy, and (b) the marketing versus the relationship marketing philosophy.

    Compare and contrast (using practical example) the following philosophies of marketing: (a) The product...

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  • Compare and Contrast the Philosophies of John Locke, Thomas Hobbes, and Karl Marx

    Compare and Contrast the Philosophies of John Locke, Thomas Hobbes, and Karl Marx In the idea of human nature;...

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  • Compare and contrast Plato's philosophy and Aristotle's philosophy

    described god as "Pure thought thinking about itself". Plato and Aristotle both drew from Socrates as a primary influence. Aristotle stated that...

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  • This essay compares and contrasts the political philosophy of Hobbes and Locke.

    In this paper, I will examine the political philosophies of Thomas Hobbes and John Locke. I will investigate both men's ideas individually and...

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  • Compare and contrast the concepts of eudaimonia and happiness, and their respective roles in the ethical philosophies of Aristotle and Mill

    Ethics, Aristotle attempts to determine what the best life consists in, and demonstrate that all human action aims at eudaimonia. Mill's ethical...

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  • Epicurus

    two schools of philosophy emerged with theories of how to live life well and act appropriately. Although similar from their views of management...

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  • Mid Term

    (Core 300) Study items for Intro and Presocratics: Know the etymological definition of philosophy. Philo = love Sophia = Wisdom...

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  • Epicureanism vs Stoicism

     Ancient Hellenistic Philosophy  Mitch Friend     Epicureanism    Epicureanism  was  a  prominent  hellenistic  philosophy ...

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  • A Comparison and Contrast of Three Ancient Roman Philosophies

    A Comparison and Contrast of Three Ancient Roman Philosophies by Melanie Pelzel Introduction This paper...

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  • The Best Girl

    introducing the reader to the Epicureans’ contributions in physics, metaphysics, epistemology, psychology, ethics and politics. The...

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  • Contemporary Thinkers: Plato, Aristotle, Augustine, Aguinas

    a Greek thinker whose work marked a decisive turning point in the history of philosophy. He invented a method of teaching by asking questions...

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  • Philosophical Comparisons

    and Stoicism There are several key differences between Epicurus’ and Epictetus’ ethical views, though they both branch for Aristotelian...

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  • A Cursory Examination of Classical Philosophy

    A Cursory Examination of Classical Philosophy Moderation and Hubris Moderation, according to Homeric tradition, is a virtue of humanity....

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  • Plato vs Aristotle

    GROUP ASSIGNMENT Compare and contrast the philosophical position of both Aristotle and Plato to an understanding of Greek...

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  • The New Vice President

    school of Hellenistic philosophy founded in Athens by Zeno of Citium in the early 3rd century BC. The Stoics taught that...

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  • Classical vs. Hellenistic Periods

    After the conquests and reign of Alexander (336-323 B.C.E.), three major Hellenistic Kingdoms arose, in which there was a very different approach to...

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  • Plutarch

    each pair being Greek and the other Roman, in order to draw parallels between the two. For example, in the fifth book of” Parallel Lives” Plutarch...

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