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ILS2330 The Good Life: What is the Good Life?

Welcome

Welcome to the Research Guide for ILS 2330- take some time to look around at the different resources and pages that can help you with your assignments. The course emphasizes the critical perspectives of the humanities and social sciences to explore complex ideas or questions.  The focus of such a course is on interpreting, synthesizing and applying knowledge through the lenses of multiple disciplines.

What is the Good Life? Books from the Library ...

Resources for What is the Good Life?

A. Epicurus

B. Aristotle

C. Seneca (the Younger)

D. Marcus Aurelius

G. Montaigne

D. Thomas a Kempis

E. Henry David Thoreau

Subject Guide

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Thought ...

"The unexamined life is not worth living."

                                                      - Socrates