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Social Satire: Poets and Fools

Fred Ahl has written books about the Roman epic poet Lucan and about wordplay in Greek and Latin Poetry. Phillip Mitsis and Christopher Shields are students of epistemology of the metaphysics of American popular culture. 444 – Social Satire: Poets … Continue reading

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Science and Ethics, Ancient to Modern

The Rev. Edward Malloy,¬†Phillip Mitsis, and¬†Jennifer Whiting address questions such as these. In what ways do ancient Greek philosophers such as Socrates provide models for the study of ethics? How has the philosophy of ethics evolved into the modern world? … Continue reading

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