Philosophy

The Antithetical Nature of Socrates’ Ethics

Socrates has never really defined for us what virtue means for him, other than the antithetical stance between an idealist and a hedonist. Perhaps in the final analysis a Socratic ethics is rested in the thought that the ultimate Good is also the ultimate desirable object. This is to say, while human beings are obligated… Continue reading The Antithetical Nature of Socrates’ Ethics