1. How exactly does Socrates' views about the justice differ from the views of the majority? How does Glaucon argue that no one is volutarily just? Finally, why does it appear as though it is better to live an unjust life rather than one that is just?
2. What, for Aristotle, is Human good? What is the connection between happiness, virtue, and reason? Why must ethical virtues be acquired through habit rather than teaching? Finally, explain what Aristotle means when he describes ethical virtue as a mean disposition with respect to both actions and feelings?
Third exam in Cost Accounting on Monday, and if I do well I won't need to take a final on the Monday following that.
Final exams in Economics and Calculus are scheduled on Wednesday.
I have hardly time to study... Particularly worried about Cost Accounting.
I bought the books for the Statistics course in the summer today...