20 John Watson Hedonistic theories from Aristippus
to Spencer (New York: Macmillan 1895)
Again, as if to highlight the point, Plato has Echecrates ask whether Aristippus
and Cleombrotus were there, to which Phaedo answers in the negative.
This discussion is sandwiched between readings of Thomas Randolph's Cambridge comedy Aristippus
and the three productions for King Charles's visit to Oxford in 1636: William Cartwright's The Royal Slave, William Strode's The Floating Island, and George Wilde's Love's Hospital.
(34) Thomas Randolph's play Aristippus
, performed at Cambridge University, offers a hilarious, dense, extended contribution to the "drinking college" or "school of vice" tradition that parodies customs in vogue at the university as it glorifies the drinking of sack wine and eschews the "heresy of beer".
One of the earliest philosophers to do so was Aristippus
of Cyrene (435-356BC) who spent his life in Athens and was a disciple of Socrates.
The notion of indifference plays a more important role in the early Greek hedonist school of the Cyrenaics, founded by Aristippus
of Cyrene, who held that sensations can be subsumed into the three categories of pleasure, pain, and indifference, depending on whether the impulse is gentle, violent, or calm.
Na Grecia antiga, quatro seculos antes de Cristo, o filosofo Aristippus
afirmava que "o objetivo central da vida de cada ser humano seria maximizar seus prazeres" (Nettle, 2005).
From the ancient roots of Aristippus
' (Carr, 2004) hedonic approach to happiness, popularized by Seligman (2002), to the 6 factor approach to wellbeing proposed by Ryff and Keys (1995), we have demonstrated a curiosity, indeed a passion, for getting to grips with these concepts.
of Cyrene forged lascivious poems about loose women and boys, which he attributed to [Socrates, Xenophon, and Plato].
Plato and Aristippus
); it is certainly an effect of the anecdote, but perhaps not the intent behind Alexander's offer.
bill," Brome, The Damoiselle (1638); Fletcher, The Elder Brother (1625); Randolph, Aristippus
(1626); "discharge ...
, Zeno, and some early Greek libertarians motivated others to action.