[image: Cato Uticensis, by Josef Abel, 1817, Wikimedia; this is essay #327 in the Philosophy as a Way of Life series]


[image: Unicorn, by Bettina Rateitzak, 1962, Wikimedia; this is essay #326 in the Philosophy as a Way of Life series]


[image: knowledge Venn diagram, Wikimedia; this is essay #325 in the Philosophy as a Way of Life series]


[image: Cicero (left) and Seneca (right); this is essay #324 in the Philosophy as a Way of Life series]


[image: electrons behaving as a wave in one of the two conditions of the double slit experiment, Wikimedia; this is essay #323 in the “Philosophy as a Way of Life” series]


[image: left, Jason Stanley; right, book cover, How Fascism Works, Random House; this is essay #322 in the “Philosophy as a Way of Life” series]


[image: head of the Academic Skeptic Carneades (215–129 BC), Roman copy after a statue exhibited in the agora of Athens, ca. 150 (Wikipedia); this is essay #321 in the “Philosophy as a Way of Life” series]


[image: enslaved Egyptian prisoners, wallpainting in a grave at Thebes (Wikimedia); this is essay #320 in the “Philosophy as a Way of Life” series]


[image: Caesar, posthumous portrait of the 1st century CE, Altes Museum, Berlin (Wikipedia); this is essay #319 in the “Philosophy as a Way of Life” series]


[image: part of a bookshelf containing books by Aristotle, Wikimedia; this is essay #318 in the “Philosophy as a Way of Life” series]

Philosophy as a Way of Life

by Massimo Pigliucci. Practical philosophy, science, and good reasoning. Complete index of articles at https://philosophyasawayoflife.blog/essays/

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