Character and the Republic - Bringing Philosophy to Life #12

Unabridged Audiobook

Release Date
June 2023
0 hours 19 minutes
Does personal character matter in politics? As legal actions loom over Donald Trump, Albert A. Anderson delves into the philosophical implications of character in a moral and political sense. Drawing on Plato's insights, he explores the connection between personal character and different forms of government, shedding light on the state of democracy today and the impact of character on political choices.

In this series, philosopher and author, Albert A. Anderson, explores the modern world through ancient philosophers such as Socrates, Plato and Aristotle. He provides insightful analyses on the practical applications of philosophy in our daily lives, and brings a fresh perspective on how these concepts can create a better understanding of the world around us. In this podcast, you will be presented with philosophical ideas in a way that is accessible and easy to understand, making it an engaging listen for both old and new philosophy enthusiasts.
Albert A. Anderson, Ph.D., is Professor of Philosophy Emeritus at Babson College in Massachusetts, where he held an endowed chair as Murata Professor of Ethics from 1995 to 2003. He has also held tenured faculty appointments in philosophy at Clark University and Albion College and full-time positions at Bates College and Rhode Island School of Design. He was a founding member of the International Society for Universal Dialogue serving as its president from 1996-2001. He is president of Agora Publications, Inc., which specializes in translating, adapting, and performing classical philosophical texts.
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