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    Format: 1 Online-Ressource (262 pages)
    ISBN: 9781350049604 , 9781350049598 , 9781350049581
    Content: "This book engages in cross-tradition scholarship, investigating the processes associated with cultivating or nurturing the self in order to live good lives. Both Ancient Chinese and Greek philosophers provide accounts of the life lived well: a Confucian junzi, a Daoist sage and a Greek phronimos. By focusing on the processes rather than the aims of cultivating a good life, an international team of scholars investigate how a person develops and practices a way of life especially in these two traditions. They look at what is involved in developing practical wisdom, exercising reason, cultivating equanimity and fostering reliability. Drawing on the insights of thinkers including Plato, Confucius, Han Fei and Marcus Aurelius, they examine themes of harmony, balance and beauty, highlight the different concerns of scepticism across both traditions, and discuss action as an indispensable method of learning and, indeed, as constitutive of self. The result is a valuable collection opening up new lines of inquiry in ethics, demonstrating the importance of philosophical ideas from across cultural traditions."--Bloomsbury Publishing
    Content: Part 1. Harmony, balance, beauty: understanding conceptions of cultivation -- Part 2. Doubt, predicament, conflict: congnitive, affective, and epistemic difficulties -- Part 3. Here, now, ever-after: how to practise and achieve a good life.
    Note: Includes bibliographical references and index
    Additional Edition: 9781350049574
    Additional Edition: 9781350049581
    Additional Edition: Erscheint auch als Druck-Ausgabe Cultivating a good life in early Chinese and ancient Greek philosophy London : BloomsburyAcademic, 2019 9781350049574
    Language: English
    Subjects: Philosophy
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