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Essays 271 - 300

Overview of the Athenian Doctrine

In eight pages this paper examines the Athenian doctrine or thesis in a consideration of Athens' and Sparta's motivations and virt...

Pride According to Aristotle

In an essay that consists of five pages Aristotle's lofty view of pride as the ultimate virtue is discussed within the context of ...

Morality and Cardinal Virtues

In five pages this paper examines a moral life in a consideration of the significant cardinal virtues of justice and temperance. ...

Ongoing Debate on Stem Cell Research

they could utilize embryos that are not in use. Tens of thousands of embryos are stored in clinics in the United States and some a...

Virtue and Socrates

This paper consists of five pages and discusses how virtue is exemplified by the Greek philosopher Socrates with 2 Platonic dialog...

Christian Virtue, a Pagan Villain, and 'Sir Gawain and the Green Knight'

In ten pages this paper discusses how Christian virtue is reinforced through the pagan villain in this Medieval epic. Two sources...

Concepts of Honor and Virtue in Literary Works 'Henry IV Part I,' 'The Canterbury Tales,' and 'Sir Gawain and the Green Knight'

In five pages virtue and honor are examined in a comparative analysis of these three classics of Medieval and English literature. ...

Virtue in Machiavelli's The Prince

This paper discusses the ways in which virtue is portrayed in The Prince. This five page paper has four sources listed in the bib...

Envy and Virtue in Volpone by Ben Jonson

An ethical analysis of Jonson's satirical work is presened in a paper consisting of a six page discussion that the world is driven...

Human Cloning and Virtue Ethics

Kantian ethical system as an impartial viewpoint: however, when one considers virtue ethics, it is evident that these come from ev...

Critically Comparing Plato and Aristotle's Views Arete or Virtue

Conceptions of Virtue). Furthermore, it was Plato who argued that love was the essential ingredient in the good life because love...

Sophocles' Oedipus Rex and Aristotle's Table of Virtues

the King that the murderer of Laius (the previous King) must be brought to justice. Oedipus swears he will go on this quest to fin...

Acquiring Virtue According to Aristotle

In four pages the ways in which Aristotle believes virtue is acquired within the perspective of prudence as discussed in his treat...

Virtue in Protagoras by Plato

In fifteen pages this paper considers the connection between wisdom, holiness, justice, courage, temperance and virtue as revealed...

The 'Many' Virtues of Protagoras by Plato

In three pages this paper considers how Plato's text reveals virtue to be not a single entity but rather deeply connected to other...

Virtue as Defined by Aristotle and Plato

In six pages virtue as defined by the philosophies of Aristotle and Plato and their continuity are examined. There are 5 sources ...

Virtue, the Soul, and the Philosophical Processes of Inquiry by Plato and Aristotle

VI of "Nicomachean Ethics", goodness under the concept presented by Plato suggests almost an unattainable element, and it was Aris...

Virtue as Perceived by Epictetus and Aristotle

In five pages this essay contrasts and compares the views of these ancient philosophers regarding the patience virtue. There are ...

Friendship and Marriage According to Barbara Whitehead and Aristotle

In a paper consisting of seven pages the concept of marriage rooted in friendship is a view shared by Barbara Whitehead and Aristo...

Virtue and the Political Thinking of Niccolo Machiavelli

In five pages this paper examines the leadership construct and the idea of virtue as it is featured in The Prince by Niccolo Machi...

Yearley's Religious Plurality Perspectives in 'New Religious Virtues and the Study of Religion'

having inherent familiarity and truth, and others as alien in the sense of irrevocably different, and tempting in the sense that o...

Utilitarianism, Virtue, and Ethics

In six pages this paper considers relatives of people suffering from debilitative diseases such as Alzheimer's and concludes that ...

Modern Human Behavior and Theory of Classical Virtue

perceived as many as a disruptive social group, but for the members, there is no greater ethical or virtuous element than the dedi...

Robert Bolt's A Man for All Seasons and Thomas More's Virtue

In two pages this paper examines how the virtue of Thomas More is represented by Robert Bolt in A Man for All Seasons. There is n...

Robert Bolt's A Man for All Seasons and the Portrayal of Sir Thomas More II

This paper of three pages examines how Sir Thomas More is depicted as a man of honor and virtue in A Man for All Seasons by Robert...

Education, Arete or Virtue, and Plato

like knowledge itself, is secure. Indeed, according to Plato correct opinion is a guide to knowledge. To be correct, opinions th...

Gaman/A Japanese Cultural Concept

allow the young Emperor, age 8, to fall into the hands of Genji warriors, a "Nun of the Second Rank," instructs the boy to make h...

Concepts of Contemporary Citizenship and Political Virtue as Viewed by Aristotle

the morality Aristotle speaks of is relative. While it is not relative from one individual to another perhaps, and there is certai...

Virtue in Utopia by Sir Thomas More

until the Cardinal spoke, indicating that he took Hythlodays suggests seriously. Then the entire company began to voice general ap...

Virtue in Henry V and Brave New World

are eventually reintroduced to the "regular" world and everyone finds out that John was born of Linda (his mother) and they become...