PHIL 231 Handout 1: Reasoning
i. Argument: a course of reasoning designed to establish the truth of some assertion.
ii. Arguments are comprised of premises and a conclusion.
A. Conclusion: the assertion that the arguer wants you to believe.
B. Premises: S
Phil. 231 Handout 5 Book IV. Virtues in the City, the Nature of the Soul and Its Virtues
I. 419a-427c: Further Characterization of the Good City.
A. If the city as a whole is happy, its members will generally be happy [eudaimonia].
Thus Guardians will b
Phil 231 Handout # 7: Three Main Arguments of Book V
I. 450c-457a: Women Shall Perform the Same Tasks As Men
A. Different tasks are assigned due to differences in the soul, not the body.
B. But the differences between men and women are differences in the
Phil. 231 Handout 6:
Virtue and the Naturally Ideal Community and Soul
Tripart Structure of the City-State and the Soul
In the City
In the Soul
Property of Guardi