Plato on Competing Goods
0.5 Credit

Hours per week:
  • Lecture/Discussion: 3

A study of Plato’s treatments of how best to organize one’s values when faced with competing goods. Topics for consideration may include: the value of self-control versus the value of unrestricted hedonism, the value of the philosophical life versus the value of the political life, the value of pleasure versus the value of knowledge, and the nature and role of love in a good human life.

Additional Course Information
4th Year Philosophy Major