How to Reason Logically 0

How to Reason Logically

These skills are also called “critical thinking skills.” They are a complex weave of abilities that help you get someone’s point, generate reasons for your own point, evaluate the reasons given by others, decide...

Philosophy and Literature 0

Philosophy and Literature

Suppose that some morning you should awaken in a place you have never seen before; everything is new to you. Around you is a strange field, with unfamiliar creatures moving in it. You see...

Aristotle 0

Where Do We Go From Here?

While it is unlikely that we will stop using the current political system in order to try and create and maintain a common moral conception and the unlikelihood that the populations of our current...

Non-Ideal Political Systems 0

Non-Ideal Political Systems

A peculiar feature of Aristotle’s project is that he pays attention to political systems that aren’t necessarily ideal, but why? Aristotle finds it fruitful to examine political systems that are not as desirable because...

Aristotle 0

Aristotle’s Views On Education

Education serves as a foundation for not only pursuing the political life, but also for any type of trade or profession. Aristotle charges each polis with the responsibility of educating the children because “every...