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  • Affectionate Friends: Friendship and Collaboration in the Renaissance and the Romantic Era 

    Stevenson, James J. (2011-09-06)
    This thesis examines the representations of friendship in letters, collaborations, and paratexts from the Renaissance and the Romantic era to uncover the affection behind the performances taught in classical manuals of ...
  • Aristotle on Philia 

    Russell, Bruce Derek (2014-08-22)
    Aristotle devotes two books of the Nicomachean Ethics—one fifth of the whole work—to the topic of philia, but the relation between these treatments and the rest of the work is unclear. My thesis shows the importance of ...
  • Aristotle's Ethics of Goodness: A Study of the Self in Aristotle's Ethics and Politics 

    Vigerstad, Torin J.
    Aristotle's assumptions about the structure of the self and its relationship to society differ greatly from those which are prevalent in modern European philosophical discourse. This can be an obstacle to understanding ...
  • Friendship Through the Ages: A Technological Perspective 

    Edwards, Brooke (2017-04)
    Friendship is a socially constructed phenomenon that is part of the everyday lives of human beings. Its practices have been researched for many years by sociologists and social anthropologists. The use of digital communication ...