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The Practice of Philosophy in Plato and Plotinus


The Practice of Philosophy in Plato and Plotinus - Bennett, Michael
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Plato said over 2,500 years ago that an unexamined life for a man is not worth living. To examine one's life, on a regular basis, cannot but lead to a consideration of virtue, which in turn leads to a search for the Good, which both Plato and Plotinus say all men naturally seek. What we call a good informs the value system we live by, but a good can only reflect the Good, if it is good for our soul and the soul of our neighbor, any more than we can claim virtue with a mote in our eye. Are the wrongs perceived in society ...

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