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Why Study Philosophy? Clancy Martin and Rebecca Newberger Goldstein’s Answer

I loved this review by Clancy Martin of the book by Rebecca Newberger Goldstein “Plato at the Googleplex: Why Philosophy Won’t Go Away” at: http://www.theatlantic.com/magazine/archive/2014/04/playing-with-plato/358633/ It contains two really good quotes that I would focus on, though reading the whole article … Continue reading

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Top Ten of our Top Ten Conflict Tips

Our Top Ten Conflict Tips from great thinkers and others, has proved very successful and so I thought I would provide links to the Top Ten most popular of them for your reference, though they are in reverse order of … Continue reading

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Plato’s Top Ten Conflict Tips

Plato (c.428-347 BCE)   While Plato saw existing society as wracked with conflict and factionalism, he also saw ways that society could come together to create an ideal consensual society and this was the basis of his key work: The … Continue reading

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