Plato’s Form of the Good

Plato's Republic

Author: Ryan Jenkins Category: Historical Philosophy, Metaphysics, Ethics Word Count: 938 You have often heard it said that the Form of the Good is the greatest thing to learn about, and that it is by their relation to it that just things and [other virtuous things] become useful and beneficial (Republic, 505a). Plato’s Republic is a wide-ranging tract, admired for … Continue reading Plato’s Form of the Good

Feminism Part 2: The Difference Approach

Author: Annaleigh Curtis Category: Philosophy of Sex and Gender, Social and Political Philosophy Word Count: 1000 Editor’s Note: This essay is the second in a two-part series authored by Annaleigh on the topic of philosophical feminism. The first essay can be viewed here. As I noted in Part 1 of this series, strands of thought that arise out of political … Continue reading Feminism Part 2: The Difference Approach