Another’s Good, or My Own?

Another’s Good, or My Own?

  “For this reason justice, alone of the virtues, is thought to be ‘another’s good,’ because it is related to our neighbor; for it does what is advantageous to another. …and the best man is not he who exercises his virtue towards himself but he who exercises it...
A Greek You Should Remember

A Greek You Should Remember

“…he possessed himself of the most kingly and divine appellation of Just…” Plutarch, speaking of Aristides Some might see reading about great men, especially of the ancient world, as simply a pleasant diversion, or even a kind of escape. Why, one might wonder, should...
The Festivity of the Just

The Festivity of the Just

“Men whose justice is straight know neither hunger nor ruin, but amid feasts enjoy the yield of their labors.” Hesiod, Works and Days Festivity. The word brings longing to the heart; we find ourselves wondering where it can be found. In describing a flourishing...

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