What's the deal with these philosophy lunch chats?
We meet every other Thursday throughout the semester, for informal discussions on a range of relevant topics. Bring your lunch to the Williard Smith Library in the Vaughtan Literature Bldg from noon-1:00 p.m. to see what the fuss is all about!
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"In the knowable realm, the form of the good is the last thing to be seen, and is reached only with difficulty. Once one has seen it, however, one must conclude that it is the cause of all that is right and beautiful in anything, that it produces both light and its source in the visible realm, and that in the intelligible realm it controls and provides truth and understanding, so that anyone who is to act sensibly in private or public must see it." (Republic, VII 517b-c)
Plato is covered in these courses: PHIL 100 (various), 205 (Greek Philosophy), 212 (Philosophy of Art), 213 (Ethics), 214 (Social & Political), 224 (Theory of Knowledge), 225 (Metaphysics), 309 (Plato) and 311 (Friendship)