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Cartesian Dualism and the Problem of Interaction
There are numerous ways to consider the form and essence of humans. This is no less true in the discipline of philosophy. In general, philosophers consider the human in two different ways: either through materialism or ...
Rhetoric and Philosophy: Cicero’s Model for Moral Education
Cicero recognized that rhetoric was a powerful art and that it was necessary to develop virtue and integrity in those trained as orators. In De Oratore, he seeks to reunify the subjects of philosophy and rhetoric for the ...