Masters of Greek thought : Plato, Socrates, and Aristotle.
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- ISBN: 1598034448
- ISBN: 9781598034448
- Physical Description: 6 videodiscs (approximately 1080 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in. + 1 course guidebook (iv, 138 pages ; 19 cm).
- Publisher: Chantilly, VA : Teaching Co., 
|General Note:|| Thirty-six 30 minute lectures delivered by Robert C. Bartlett, professor of Political Science at Emory University.
Accompanied by guidebook which includes biographical information, lecture notes and outlines, timelines, glossaries, and bibliographical references.
|Formatted Contents Note:|| pt. 1. Disc 1. Lectures 1-6. Socrates and his heirs ; Socratic revolution ; Aristophanes's comic critique of Socrates ; Xenophon's recollections of Socrates ; Xenophon and Socratic philosophy ; Plato's Socrates and the Platonic dialogue -- pt. 1. Disc 2. Lectures 7-12. Socrates as teacher (Alcibiades) ; Socrates and justice (Republic, part 1) ; Case against justice (Republic, part 2) ; Building the best city (Republic, part 3) ; Philosophers as kings ; Socrates as teacher of justice -- pt. 2. Disc 3. Lectures 13-18. Socrates versus the Sophists ; Protagoras undone ; Socrates versus the Rhetoriticians ; Rhetoric and tyranny ; Callicles and the problem of justice ; What is virtue? (Meno, part 1) -- pt. 2. Disc 4. Lectures 19-24. Can virtue be taught? (Meno, part 2) ; Trial of Socrates I (Euthyphro) ; Trail of Socrates II (Apology, part 1) ; Trial of Socrates III (Apology, part 2) ; Trial of Socrates IV (Crito) ; Socratic revolution revisited (Phaedo) -- pt. 3. Disc 5. Lectures 25-30. Aristotle and the Socratic legacy ; Problem of happiness (Ethics 1) ; Introduction to moral virtues (Ethics 2) ; Principal moral virtues (Ethics 3-5) ; Prudence, continence, pleasure (Ethics 6-7) ; Friendship (Ethics 8-9) -- pt. 3. Disc 6. Lectures 31-36. Philosophy and the good life (Ethics 10) ; Political animal (Politics 1-2) ; Justice and the common good (Politics 3) ; Aristotle's political science (Politics 4-6) ; Best regime (Politics 7-8) ; Concluding reflections.
|Summary, etc.:|| "This course will explore the thought of three profoundly influential thinkers in the Western tradition, thinkers whose very names call to mind the spirit of philosophizing or the 'love of wisdom': Socrates (469-399 B.C.), Plato (c. 429-347 B.C.), and Aristotle (384-322 B.C.). The three are most obviously linked by their historical epoch and their common devotion to the search for the truth. But they also share a more immediate bond, for Socrates was the teacher of Plato, and Plato in turn became the teacher of Aristotle. Taken together, then, Socrates, Plato, and Aristotle constitute one of the most remarkable flowerings of the human mind, and this course will explore their path-breaking attempts to grasp the world as it is in truth of 'according to nature.'"--Page 1 [booklet 1].
|System Details Note:|| DVD.
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