eudaemon

NOUN
  1. a benevolent spirit
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  • The history of ideas shows clearly that the eudaemonistic, Socratic asceticism, which is pedagog - ically motivated and has its background in the peda - gogical debate of the fifth and fourth centuries, belongs to Cynic philosophy from its beginning. CYNICISM
  • As for eudaemonism, sure, I follow Professor Long on this point although, my conception of virtue is colored by my reading Augustine, the theurgic neoplatonists, and the “Blue Socialist” tradition of William Cobbett and John Ruskin. Abortion on demand and without apology (Kiwi edition)
  • The system there exposed is a system of Eudaemonism, not of Deontology.
  • Self-knowledge is crucial to living well or being eudaemon. SOLO - Sense of Life Objectivists
  • Aristotelian Ethics make a system of Eudaemonism, but stop short of Deontology.
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