07 - when we must we choose virtue over vice ease etc o...

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30/01/2007 12:08:00 Essay Questions 1.  Hetairai 2.  Tertiary Curriculum 3.  Chora People, places and events o Independent, tenant, slave peasants 4.  Cynic Philosophy 5.  Female Aristocrat 6.  Free Choice 10 short answers and one essay Pre-socratic – physical world (ta physika) Comets, sun, etc. Then Socrates came! Socratic – ethical world (ta ethika) How we live our lives How we interact with others o Stoic – we fulfill our destiny by being courageous and virtuous, and 
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Unformatted text preview: when we must, we choose virtue over vice, ease, etc. o Cynic – virtue isn’t possible with wealth • Adiaphora o In life there are blessings and curses Stoic says it doesn’t matter if it’s a blessing or curse, you must strive for virtue. That is adiaphora ← Peristasis • Hardships that you come across in life 30/01/2007 12:08:00 ← 30/01/2007 12:08:00 ←...
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