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The Five Great Philosophies of Life

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  • THE FIVE GREAT PHILOSOPHIES OF LIFE
    • BY
    • WILLIAM DE WITT HYDE
      • New York THE MACMILLAN COMPANY 1924
        • PRINTED IN THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
        • Norwood Press J.S. Cushing Co.—Berwick & Smith Co. Norwood, Mass., U.S.A.
      • PRINTED IN THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
      • Norwood Press J.S. Cushing Co.—Berwick & Smith Co. Norwood, Mass., U.S.A.
    • New York THE MACMILLAN COMPANY 1924
      • PRINTED IN THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
      • Norwood Press J.S. Cushing Co.—Berwick & Smith Co. Norwood, Mass., U.S.A.
    • PRINTED IN THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    • Norwood Press J.S. Cushing Co.—Berwick & Smith Co. Norwood, Mass., U.S.A.
    • PREFACE TO THE SECOND EDITION
    • CONTENTS
  • THE FIVE GREAT PHILOSOPHIES OF LIFE
    • CHAPTER I
      • THE EPICUREAN PURSUIT OF PLEASURE
        • I SELECTIONS FROM THE EPICUREAN SCRIPTURES
        • II THE EPICUREAN VIEW OF WORK AND PLAY
        • III THE EPICUREAN PRICE OF HAPPINESS
        • IV THE DEFECTS OF EPICUREANISM
        • V AN EXAMPLE OF EPICUREAN CHARACTER
        • VI THE CONFESSIONS OF AN EPICUREAN HERETIC
      • I SELECTIONS FROM THE EPICUREAN SCRIPTURES
      • II THE EPICUREAN VIEW OF WORK AND PLAY
      • III THE EPICUREAN PRICE OF HAPPINESS
      • IV THE DEFECTS OF EPICUREANISM
      • V AN EXAMPLE OF EPICUREAN CHARACTER
      • VI THE CONFESSIONS OF AN EPICUREAN HERETIC
    • THE EPICUREAN PURSUIT OF PLEASURE
      • I SELECTIONS FROM THE EPICUREAN SCRIPTURES
      • II THE EPICUREAN VIEW OF WORK AND PLAY
      • III THE EPICUREAN PRICE OF HAPPINESS
      • IV THE DEFECTS OF EPICUREANISM
      • V AN EXAMPLE OF EPICUREAN CHARACTER
      • VI THE CONFESSIONS OF AN EPICUREAN HERETIC
    • I SELECTIONS FROM THE EPICUREAN SCRIPTURES
    • II THE EPICUREAN VIEW OF WORK AND PLAY
    • III THE EPICUREAN PRICE OF HAPPINESS
    • IV THE DEFECTS OF EPICUREANISM
    • V AN EXAMPLE OF EPICUREAN CHARACTER
    • VI THE CONFESSIONS OF AN EPICUREAN HERETIC
    • CHAPTER II
      • STOIC SELF-CONTROL BY LAW
        • I THE PSYCHOLOGICAL LAW OF APPERCEPTION
        • II SELECTIONS FROM THE STOIC SCRIPTURES
        • III THE STOIC REVERENCE FOR UNIVERSAL LAW
        • IV THE STOIC SOLUTION OF THE PROBLEM OF EVIL
        • V THE STOIC PARADOXES
        • VI THE RELIGIOUS ASPECT OF STOICISM
        • VII THE PERMANENT VALUE OF STOICISM
        • VIII THE DEFECTS OF STOICISM
      • I THE PSYCHOLOGICAL LAW OF APPERCEPTION
      • II SELECTIONS FROM THE STOIC SCRIPTURES
      • III THE STOIC REVERENCE FOR UNIVERSAL LAW
      • IV THE STOIC SOLUTION OF THE PROBLEM OF EVIL
      • V THE STOIC PARADOXES
      • VI THE RELIGIOUS ASPECT OF STOICISM
      • VII THE PERMANENT VALUE OF STOICISM
      • VIII THE DEFECTS OF STOICISM
    • STOIC SELF-CONTROL BY LAW
      • I THE PSYCHOLOGICAL LAW OF APPERCEPTION
      • II SELECTIONS FROM THE STOIC SCRIPTURES
      • III THE STOIC REVERENCE FOR UNIVERSAL LAW
      • IV THE STOIC SOLUTION OF THE PROBLEM OF EVIL
      • V THE STOIC PARADOXES
      • VI THE RELIGIOUS ASPECT OF STOICISM
      • VII THE PERMANENT VALUE OF STOICISM
      • VIII THE DEFECTS OF STOICISM
    • I THE PSYCHOLOGICAL LAW OF APPERCEPTION
    • II SELECTIONS FROM THE STOIC SCRIPTURES
    • III THE STOIC REVERENCE FOR UNIVERSAL LAW
    • IV THE STOIC SOLUTION OF THE PROBLEM OF EVIL
    • V THE STOIC PARADOXES
    • VI THE RELIGIOUS ASPECT OF STOICISM
    • VII THE PERMANENT VALUE OF STOICISM
    • VIII THE DEFECTS OF STOICISM
    • CHAPTER III
      • THE PLATONIC SUBORDINATION OF LOWER TO HIGHER
        • I THE NATURE OF VIRTUE
        • II RIGHTEOUSNESS WRIT LARGE
        • III THE CARDINAL VIRTUES
        • IV PLATO'S SCHEME OF EDUCATION
        • V RIGHTEOUSNESS THE COMPREHENSIVE VIRTUE
        • VI THE STAGES OF DEGENERATION
        • VII THE INTRINSIC SUPERIORITY OF RIGHTEOUSNESS
        • VIII TRUTH AND ERROR IN PLATONISM
      • I THE NATURE OF VIRTUE
      • II RIGHTEOUSNESS WRIT LARGE
      • III THE CARDINAL VIRTUES
      • IV PLATO'S SCHEME OF EDUCATION
      • V RIGHTEOUSNESS THE COMPREHENSIVE VIRTUE
      • VI THE STAGES OF DEGENERATION
      • VII THE INTRINSIC SUPERIORITY OF RIGHTEOUSNESS
      • VIII TRUTH AND ERROR IN PLATONISM
    • THE PLATONIC SUBORDINATION OF LOWER TO HIGHER
      • I THE NATURE OF VIRTUE
      • II RIGHTEOUSNESS WRIT LARGE
      • III THE CARDINAL VIRTUES
      • IV PLATO'S SCHEME OF EDUCATION
      • V RIGHTEOUSNESS THE COMPREHENSIVE VIRTUE
      • VI THE STAGES OF DEGENERATION
      • VII THE INTRINSIC SUPERIORITY OF RIGHTEOUSNESS
      • VIII TRUTH AND ERROR IN PLATONISM
    • I THE NATURE OF VIRTUE
    • II RIGHTEOUSNESS WRIT LARGE
    • III THE CARDINAL VIRTUES
    • IV PLATO'S SCHEME OF EDUCATION
    • V RIGHTEOUSNESS THE COMPREHENSIVE VIRTUE
    • VI THE STAGES OF DEGENERATION
    • VII THE INTRINSIC SUPERIORITY OF RIGHTEOUSNESS
    • VIII TRUTH AND ERROR IN PLATONISM
    • CHAPTER IV
      • THE ARISTOTELIAN SENSE OF PROPORTION
        • I ARISTOTLE'S OBJECTIONS TO PREVIOUS SYSTEMS
        • II THE SOCIAL NATURE OF MAN
        • III RIGHT AND WRONG DETERMINED BY THE END
        • IV THE NEED OF INSTRUMENTS
        • V THE HAPPY MEAN
        • VI THE ARISTOTELIAN VIRTUES AND THEIR ACQUISITION
        • VII ARISTOTELIAN FRIENDSHIP
        • VIII CRITICISM AND SUMMARY OF ARISTOTLE'S TEACHING
      • I ARISTOTLE'S OBJECTIONS TO PREVIOUS SYSTEMS
      • II THE SOCIAL NATURE OF MAN
      • III RIGHT AND WRONG DETERMINED BY THE END
      • IV THE NEED OF INSTRUMENTS
      • V THE HAPPY MEAN
      • VI THE ARISTOTELIAN VIRTUES AND THEIR ACQUISITION
      • VII ARISTOTELIAN FRIENDSHIP
      • VIII CRITICISM AND SUMMARY OF ARISTOTLE'S TEACHING
    • THE ARISTOTELIAN SENSE OF PROPORTION
      • I ARISTOTLE'S OBJECTIONS TO PREVIOUS SYSTEMS
      • II THE SOCIAL NATURE OF MAN
      • III RIGHT AND WRONG DETERMINED BY THE END
      • IV THE NEED OF INSTRUMENTS
      • V THE HAPPY MEAN
      • VI THE ARISTOTELIAN VIRTUES AND THEIR ACQUISITION
      • VII ARISTOTELIAN FRIENDSHIP
      • VIII CRITICISM AND SUMMARY OF ARISTOTLE'S TEACHING
    • I ARISTOTLE'S OBJECTIONS TO PREVIOUS SYSTEMS
    • II THE SOCIAL NATURE OF MAN
    • III RIGHT AND WRONG DETERMINED BY THE END
    • IV THE NEED OF INSTRUMENTS
    • V THE HAPPY MEAN
    • VI THE ARISTOTELIAN VIRTUES AND THEIR ACQUISITION
    • VII ARISTOTELIAN FRIENDSHIP
    • VIII CRITICISM AND SUMMARY OF ARISTOTLE'S TEACHING
    • CHAPTER V
      • THE CHRISTIAN SPIRIT OF LOVE
        • I THE TEACHING OF LOVE
        • II THE FULFILMENT OF LAW THROUGH LOVE
        • III THE COUNTERFEITS OF LOVE
        • IV THE WHOLE-HEARTEDNESS OF LOVE
        • V THE CULTIVATION OF LOVE
        • VI THE BLESSEDNESS OF LOVE
        • VII THE SUPREMACY OF LOVE
      • I THE TEACHING OF LOVE
      • II THE FULFILMENT OF LAW THROUGH LOVE
      • III THE COUNTERFEITS OF LOVE
      • IV THE WHOLE-HEARTEDNESS OF LOVE
      • V THE CULTIVATION OF LOVE
      • VI THE BLESSEDNESS OF LOVE
      • VII THE SUPREMACY OF LOVE
    • THE CHRISTIAN SPIRIT OF LOVE
      • I THE TEACHING OF LOVE
      • II THE FULFILMENT OF LAW THROUGH LOVE
      • III THE COUNTERFEITS OF LOVE
      • IV THE WHOLE-HEARTEDNESS OF LOVE
      • V THE CULTIVATION OF LOVE
      • VI THE BLESSEDNESS OF LOVE
      • VII THE SUPREMACY OF LOVE
    • I THE TEACHING OF LOVE
    • II THE FULFILMENT OF LAW THROUGH LOVE
    • III THE COUNTERFEITS OF LOVE
    • IV THE WHOLE-HEARTEDNESS OF LOVE
    • V THE CULTIVATION OF LOVE
    • VI THE BLESSEDNESS OF LOVE
    • VII THE SUPREMACY OF LOVE
    • INDEX
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