The Five Great Philosophies of Life

by William DeWitt Hyde

Discusses the principles of the Epicurean pursuit of pleasure, genialbut ungenerous; the Stoic law of self-control, strenuous but forbidding;the Platonic plan of subordination, sublime but ascetic; theAristotelian sense of proportion, practical but uninspiring; and theChristian Spirit of Love, broadest and deepest of them all.

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