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2018 (EL)
A good life: Friendship, Art and Truth (EL)
A good life: Friendship, Art and Truth (EN)

Nehamas, Alexander

In September 2017 Alexander Nehamas1 kindly accepted our invitation to have a meeting in Athens in order to discuss several issues of philosophical interest; with his latest publication On Friendship (New York: Basic Books, 2016) as a starting point we soon moved over to a multitude of topics Nehamas has so far dealt with. The whole conversation spirals around the probably most challenging and demanding issue as far as practical philosophy is concerned – yet one every moral agent needs to provide an adequate answer to during his lifetime: Values. Do they exclusively belong to the domain of morality? Nehamas claims that “although moral values […] are important […], they are not the only values that determine whether a life is or is not worthwhile”. This view inevitably shifts the focus from individual values - even fundamental ones such as friendship, art and truth - to the real issue: What is a good life, after all? (EL)
In September 2017 Alexander Nehamas kindly accepted our invitation to have a meeting in Athens in order to discuss several issues of philosophical interest; with his latest publication On Friendship (New York: Basic Books, 2016) as a starting point we soon moved over to a multitude of topics Nehamas has so far dealt with. The whole conversation spirals around the probably most challenging and demanding issue as far as practical philosophy is concerned – yet one every moral agent needs to provide an adequate answer to during his lifetime: Values. Do they exclusively belong to the domain of morality? Nehamas claims that “although moral values […] are important […], they are not the only values that determine whether a life is or is not worthwhile”. This view inevitably shifts the focus from individual values - even fundamental ones such as friendship, art and truth- to the real issue: What is a good life, after all? (EN)

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Εργαστήριο Εφαρμοσμένης Φιλοσοφίας (EL)
Applied Philosophy Research Laboratory (EN)

Conatus-Περιοδικό Φιλοσοφίας

2018-03-16


The NKUoA Applied Philosophy Research Laboratory (EN)

2459-3842
Conatus; Vol 2, No 2 (2017): Conatus - Journal of Philosophy; 115-121 (EL)
Conatus -Journal of Philosophy; Vol 2, No 2 (2017): Conatus - Journal of Philosophy; 115-121 (EN)

Copyright (c) 2018 Alexander Nehamas (EN)



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