The Conduct of Life in Western and Eastern Philosophy (Gen Ed 1128)





How can we die only once?


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Roberto Mangabeira Unger and Michael Puett

A study of approaches in the philosophical traditions of the West and the East to the conduct of life. Philosophical ethics has often been understood as meta-ethics: the development of a method of moral inquiry or justification. Here we focus instead on what philosophy has to tell us about the first-order question: How should we live our lives?

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