Plato vs. Aristotle
The First Conservative: Contrasting Plato and Aristotle
Plato and Aristotle are our oldest political thinkers. Surprisingly, the same debates that guided
Plato and Aristotles work remain with us today. What is the good lif
Chapter 4 Labor Quality: Investing in
To maintain our relative standard of living, we must upgrade the education and skill levels of our
work force. The dynamic aspects of global technological innovation and product competition
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#1 Referring to c. 1000-750 B.C.E. as the Greek
Dark Age i
What is International Political Economy?
An excerpt from an article by Michael Veseth.
What is IPE?
International Political Economy (IPE) is the rapidly developing social science field of study that
attempts to understand international and global problems
Why Be Moral?
The question really asks:
Why should I judge my actions by any
standard other than how they affect my
Ethical Egoism: The pursuit and
promotion of ones own self-interest and
well-being are the only criteria of right
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Who were they?
Plato was a typical playboy from a wealthy, connected Athenian family until he met a man
named Socrates, who taught him that the surest path to wisdom was rational contemplation, and
that being a lover of wisdom or philosopher was the highe
The Wealth of Nations Summary
Smith's seminal work, The Wealth of Nations, aims to create a new understanding of economics.
Smith writes largely against the mercantile system that existed at the time of writing, but, along
the way, gives a complicated but
CONTEMPORARY ISSUES FACING THE MUSLIM
All of the crucial issues with which Muslims ay a wrestling worldwide are of a practical
nature. There is little interest in metaphysical speculation. In fact, the enterprise of pure
theology has always been
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Introduction to International Political Economy
The global political economy as an evolving subject
The first chapter of the text deals with the fundamental nature of international
political economy (IPE) and some analytical issues related to its multidimensional
character. Chapters 2 through 4 are
Last Time: Late Pre-classical
Economic Thought (1500 1750)
Precursors of classical economic
Q: What is the main contribution of
the Mercantilists and Physiocrats?
A: The idea that the economy could
The Final Argument
Socrates replies to Cebes by
presenting a final argument for the
immortality of the soul
Some forms are inseparable from the
things that have itthey are
essential forms. Cold is essential to
snow, heat is essential to fire,
oddness is e
Political Science 186
Global Studies 123
I. Introduction Conceptual
I. Introduction Conceptual
and Analytical Issues
and Analytical Issues
1. What is Internati
A History of Ancient Greece
Greece And The Hellenistic World
Greek Creativity In Culture
The genius of Greek civilization lay more obviously in various facets of
culture than in politics. It was Greek culture that determi
Theories and Issues in
International Political Economy
What is Political Economy?
Political economy is about the relationship between politics and
economics. It is all about power and money.
Chapter 1 - Labor Economics: Introduction
The core problem in economics is that our wants exceed our abilities to produce goods and
services to meet those wants. So resources must be allocated. How a society chooses to allocate
its scarce res
What contribution did Plato make to the
development of today's world?
Plato answered 5 years ago
Plato contributed to the theory of art, in particular dance, music, poetry, architecture, and drama.
He discussed a whole range of philosophical t
The Republic Summary
The Republic itself is nothing at the start of Plato's most famous and influential book. It does not
exist. Not only does it not exist in actuality, but it does not exist in theory either. It must be built.
It's architect will be Socr
Nature of Forms 507b ff.
Many beautiful and good things and acts only
one beauty itself and good itself; i.e., one
Form vs. many instances
A Form is the being of a thing its essence.
Things are visible but not i
First published Tue May 1, 2001; substantive revision Mon Apr 21, 2014
Aristotle conceives of ethical theory as a field distinct from the theoretical sciences. Its
methodology must match its subject mattergood actionand must respect the
International Political Economy & Globalization
Department of Economics ,KIU
CLASSICAL SCHOOL OF ECONOMICS
Adam Smith, David Ricardo and Thomas Malthus
The Classical School of economics was developed
about 1750 and la
(6) Adam Smith, The Wealth of Nations.
a. Text. Public domain, excerpted by A. C. Kibel
ADAM SMITH: THE WEALTH OF NATIONS
OF THE CAUSES OF IMPROVEMENT IN THE PRODUCTIVE POWERS OF Labor, AND OF THE
ORDER ACCORDING TO WHICH ITS PRODUCE IS NATURALLY
Western Ed. Thought
September 13, 2005
A View of the Whole
Where there is no vision,
the people perish.
The Idea of Mans Two Natures
Compare Aristotle`s concept of
the soul with that of Plato (17)
Points of Similarity
1. Both Plato and Aristotle regarded the soul as the `life-force` of the body the driver of the
vehicle that which animates the body. But whereas Plato saw the `vehicle`
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Socrates, Plato, and Aristotle
Department of Philosophy
George Mason University
Homegrown Philosophy in Athens
Socrates (469-399 BCE)
left no writings, but served as an informal teacher