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Index of Passages and Vocabulary

Links to passages Aristotle poses the question: How is happiness acquired? Aristotle’s definition of virtue Martin Luther King’s “an unjust law” Martin Luther King’s “difference made legal” Mill’s harm principle Mill’s utility interpreted in light of humanity’s “progressive being” Plato’s

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THE Texts Open Philosophy is a dynamic anthology of “open texts” in philosophy. › THE Prof I’m Brendan Lalor, a philosophy professor at Castleton State College in Vermont. ›

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Texts

Open Philosophy is a little collection of primary texts in philosophy that I curate, edit, and annotate for use in my courses. You can look at a sample contents, or just browse here: Mitch Francis contributed original artwork. Open Philosophy

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Printing

Choose between methods of printing: Use the ‘‘ link, which allows you to make some customizations via PrintFriendly.com. If the formatting doesn’t suit your needs, use the other method. Use your browser’s print function. The printed version will contain as
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About Brendan Lalor

Brendan Lalor Associate Professor, Philosophy Coordinator Biography I became a full time philosopher at Castleton University in Vermont in 2008, after teaching for a decade at the University of Central Oklahoma. My teaching career started over the border, though, in Albany,

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Texts

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