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Archetypes of Wisdom: An Introduction to Philosophy

Archetypes of Wisdom: An Introduction to Philosophy 9th Edition

By: Douglas J. Soccio
ISBN-10: 1305740351
/ ISBN-13: 9781305445611
Edition: 9th Edition
Language: English
				
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Brief Contents

Contents

Preface

Introduction Philosophy and the Search for Wisdom

    • What to Expect from This Book
    • Areas of Philosophy
    • Philosophical Archetypes
    • Are Philosophers Always Men?
    • Philosophy and the Search for Truth
    • “Isn’t All This Just a Matter of Opinion?”
    • Wisdom, Knowledge, and Belief
    • Summary of Main Points
    • Post-Reading Reflections
    • Overview of Classical Themes

Ch 1: The Asian Sages: Lao-tzu, Confucius, and Buddha

    • The Harmony of Heaven and Earth
    • Sagehood
    • The Do-Nothing Sage: Lao-Tzu
    • The Way
    • The Way of Reversal
    • The Way of Inaction
    • The Social Sage: Confucius
    • The Bodhisattva
    • Karma
    • The Four Noble Truths
    • The Eightfold Path
    • The Buddha’s Legacy
    • What the Buddha Did Not Explain
    • Commentary
    • Summary of Main Points
    • Post-Reading Reflections

Ch 2: The Presocratic Sophos

    • From Sophos to Philosopher
    • The Search for a Common Principle
    • Rational Discourse
    • The Problem of Change
    • The Logos
    • Appearance and Reality
    • The One
    • The Many
    • Atoms and the Void
    • Commentary
    • Summary of Main Points
    • Post-Reading Reflections

Ch 3: The Sophist: Protagoras

    • The Advent of Professional Educators
    • Power and Education
    • Relativism
    • Protagoras the Pragmatist
    • Moral Realism: Might Makes Right
    • The Doctrine of the Superior Individual
    • Commentary
    • Summary of Main Points
    • Post-Reading Reflections

Ch 4: The Wise Man: Socrates

    • The General Character of Socrates
    • The Teacher and His Teachings
    • The Dialectic
    • Socrates at Work
    • The Unexamined Life
    • The Physician of the Soul
    • The Trial and Death of Socrates
    • Commentary
    • Summary of Main Points
    • Post-Reading Reflections

Ch 5: The Philosopher-King: Plato

    • Plato’s Life and Work
    • Plato’s Epistemology
    • Knowledge and Being
    • The Theory of Forms
    • The Divided Line
    • The Simile of the Sun
    • The Allegory of the Cave
    • The Rule of the Wise
    • The Origin of Democracy
    • Commentary
    • Summary of Main Points
    • Post-Reading Reflections

Ch 6: The Naturalist: Aristotle

    • Works
    • Aristotle’s Life
    • The Lyceum
    • The Naturalist
    • Natural Changes
    • Aristotle’s Hierarchy of Explanations
    • The Four Causes
    • Entelechy
    • The Hierarchy of Souls
    • Natural Happiness
    • Hitting the Mark
    • Commentary
    • Summary of Main Points
    • Post-Reading Reflections

Ch 7: The Stoics: Epictetus and Marcus Aurelius

    • Hedonism
    • Epicureanism
    • The Cynical Origins of Stoicism
    • A Scout for Wisdom
    • Epictetus: From Slave to Sage
    • Marcus Aurelius: Philosopher-King
    • The Fated Life
    • Stoic Wisdom
    • The World of Epictetus
    • Commentary
    • Summary of Main Points
    • Post-Reading Reflections

Ch 8: The Scholar: Thomas Aquinas

    • The Seeds of Change
    • Augustine: Between Two Worlds
    • The Life of Thomas Aquinas
    • The Wisdom of the Scholar
    • Why Do People Argue about Spiritual Matters?
    • Proving the Existence of God
    • Commentary on the Five Ways
    • Complications for Natural Theology
    • Commentary
    • Summary of Main Points
    • Post-Reading Reflections
    • Overview of Modern Themes

Ch 9: The Rationalist: Rene Descartes

    • The Problem of Authority
    • Rene Descartes: The Solitary Intellect
    • Rationalism
    • The Method of Doubt
    • The Cartesian Genesis
    • The Innate Idea of God
    • The Cartesian Bridge
    • From Cosmos to Machine
    • Commentary
    • Summary of Main Points
    • Post-Reading Reflections

Ch 10: The Skeptic: David Hume

    • John Locke
    • George Berkeley
    • David Hume: The Scottish Skeptic
    • Hume’s Skeptical Empiricism
    • The Limits of Reason
    • The Limits of Science
    • The Limits of Theology
    • The Limits of Ethics
    • Emotions are also Reasons
    • Commentary
    • Summary of Main Points
    • Post-Reading Reflections

Ch 11: The Universalist: Immanuel Kant

    • The Professor
    • A Scandal in Philosophy
    • Kant’s Copernican Revolution
    • The Metaphysics of Morals
    • Moral Duty
    • A Kantian Theory of Justice
    • Commentary
    • Summary of Main Points
    • Post-Reading Reflections

Ch 12: The Utilitarian: John Stuart Mill

    • Social Hedonism
    • Philosophy and Social Reform
    • The Principle of Utility
    • John Stuart Mill
    • Refined Utilitarianism
    • Altruism and Happiness
    • Mill’s Persistent Optimism
    • Against Liberty
    • Commentary
    • Summary of Main Points
    • Post-Reading Reflections

Ch 13: The Materialist: Karl Marx

    • The Prophet
    • Dialectical Materialism
    • Critique of Capitalism
    • Alienation
    • Commentary
    • Summary of Main Points
    • Post-Reading Reflections

Ch 14: The Existentialist: Soren Kierkegaard

    • Soren Kierkegaard
    • Truth as Subjectivity
    • An Age of Virtual Equality
    • Becoming a Subject
    • Stages on Life’s Way
    • Dangerous Stuff
    • Commentary
    • Summary of Main Points
    • Post-Reading Reflections

Ch 15: The Pragmatist: William James

    • An American Original
    • Charles Sanders Peirce
    • Pragmatism
    • Pragmatic Religion
    • Truth is Always Personal
    • Commentary
    • Summary of Main Points
    • Post-Reading Reflections

Ch 16: The Anti-Philosopher: Friedrich Nietzsche

    • The Outsider
    • Truth is a Matter of Perspective
    • Attack on Objectivity
    • The Will to Power
    • The Diseases of Modernity
    • God is Dead
    • Overman
    • Slave Morality
    • Master Morality
    • Commentary
    • Summary of Main Points
    • Post-Reading Reflections

Ch 17: The Twentieth Century: Ludwig Wittgenstein and Martin Heidegger

    • Two Approaches to Philosophy
    • Ludwig Wittgenstein
    • What are You Talking About?
    • Wittgenstein’s Turn
    • Martin Heidegger
    • Phenomenology: The Science of Beings
    • Being Human
    • What is the Meaning of Being?
    • The Attitude of Humanity
    • The “They”
    • The Age of Technology
    • Wither Philosophy? (A Pun)
    • Summary of Main Points
    • Post-Reading Reflections

Ch 18: Philosophy as a Way of Life

    • Jean-Paul Sartre: A Way of Life is a Philosophy
    • Freedom and Forlornness
    • The Reemergence of Other Voices
    • Martin Luther King, Jr.: Philosophic Activist
    • Peter Singer: “The Dangerous Philosopher”
    • Martha C. Nussbaum: “Lawyer for Humanity”
    • Philosophy and Human Development
    • Philosophy as a Way of Life
    • The Heart of Philosophy
    • A Vision for You
    • Summary of Main Points
    • Post-Reading Reflections

Notes

Glossary

Bibliography of Philosophical Delights

Index of Margin Quotes

Index

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