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Mind and Morality

Lynne Rudder Baker addresses ideas about the philosophy of mind, morality, moral relativism, and related concepts. At the time of this interview, Baker, a Fellow at the National Humanities Center (1983-84), was professor of philosophy at Middlebury College. This edition … Continue reading

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Socrates in His Times

Gregory Vlastos discusses Socrates and the place of philosophy in ancient Greece. He describes Socratic philosophy as nontechnical in that it emphasizes the best way to live. Socrates argued that virtue and wisdom are inseparable and that virtuous behavior follows … Continue reading

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