Concluding ReflectionsDownloadable Audiobook - 2008
This Lecture: This lecture reviews the course and innovations in Western philosophy that began with Socrates and continued with Plato and Aristotle. You see how the three together constitue one of the highest peaks of Western thought, one that richly repays the efforts made to ascend it. The Course: The arguments of the Greek thinkers Plato, Socrates, and Aristotle represent daring leaps into some of the most profound and intellectually exciting concepts in philosophy. Challenge and satisfy your intellectual curiosity with Masters of Greek Thought: Plato, Socrates, and Aristotle, an in-depth exploration of the dramatic turn in philosophical direction that began with these three philosophers. All Lectures: 1. Socrates and His Heirs 2. The Socratic Revolution 3. Aristophanes's Comic Critique of Socrates 4. Xenophon's Recollections of Socrates 5. Xenophon and Socratic Philosophy 6. Plato's Socrates and the Platonic Dialogue 7. Socrates as Teacher - Alcibiades 8. Socrates and Justice - Republic, Part 1 9. The Case against Justice - Republic, Part 2 10. Building the Best City - Republic, Part 3 11. Philosophers as Kings 12. Socrates as Teacher of Justice 13. Socrates versus the Sophists 14. Protagoras Undone 15. Socrates versus the Rhetoricians 16. Rhetoric and Tyranny 17. Callicles and the Problem of Justice 18. What Is Virtue? Meno, Part 1 19. Can Virtue Be Taught? Meno, Part 2 20. The Trial of Socrates I - Euthyphro 21. The Trial of Socrates II - Apology, Part 1 22. The Trial of Socrates III - Apology, Part 2 23. The Trial of Socrates IV - Crito 24. The Socratic Revolution Revisited - Phaedo 25. Aristotle and the Socratic Legacy 26. The Problem of Happiness - Ethics 1 27. Introduction to Moral Virtue - Ethics 2 28. The Principal Moral Virtues - Ethics 3 - 5 29. Prudence, Continence, Pleasure - Ethics 6 - 7 30. Friendship - Ethics 8 - 9 31. Philosophy and the Good Life - Ethics 10 32. The Political Animal - Politics 1 - 2 33. Justice and the Common Good - Politics 3 34. Aristotle's Political Science - Politics 4 - 6 35. The Best Regime - Politics 7 - 8 36. Concluding Reflections
Publisher: [United States] : The Great Courses, 2008.
Branch Call Number: eAudiobook hoopla
Characteristics: 1 online resource (1 audio file (30 min.)) : digital. digital,digital recording data file