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Description / FigureCorresponding Figure or TheoryExtra Info
This theory says that an end to suffering lies in changing one's perception.
John Stuart Mill
Jeremy Bentham
'Life is nasty, brutish and short.' --_______
This concept says that in designing a society, if you do not know what your role will be, the society you design will be an extremely fair one.
This theory emphasizes relations between individuals rather than universal laws.
This Chinese philosophy fell out of favor in the twentieth century; it was perceived as feudal and responsible for weakening China in relation to European powers.
These two theories both involve the individual displaying admirable qualities in order be the best person they can be.
LaoTze
Aristotle
Sun-tzu
Zuangzhi
Translate 'dao.'
Confucius
This philosopher identifies a QUALITATIVE difference between higher and lower pleasures
Suffering; the cause of suffering; the end of suffering (cure); the 8-fold path (the prescription)
The well-lived life involves learning to do something so well that you no longer need to think about it.
This philosopher is known for his 'original position' thought experiment and the notion of the 'veil of ignorance'
The four noble truths are crucial to:
This concept is crucial to Aristotle's formulation of virtuous characteristics (courage, for instance) and Siddhartha's/Buddha's recognition of how to live (analogous to the sitar)
One should always maximize happiness and minimize pain.
Pursuit of physical, 'earthly' happiness to find fulfillment
This theory is based on Dukkha or suffering/dis-ease.
Deprivation of physical enjoyment to achieve happiness

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