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Daniel Robinson

Daniel Robinson is a lecturer in Ancient History at California State University East Bay and has taught occasional courses on Eastern Christian philosophy at the Graduate Theological Union in Berkeley and the Pappas Patristics Institute of Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School of Theology. He is also an invited lecturer at local church events including the Lenten Lecture Series at the Greek Orthodox Ascension Cathedral of Oakland, CA. His scholarship and teaching follow the trajectory of Greek ethics from the Hellenistic period into the Christian era. 

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Fate, Freedom, and Happiness

Clement and Alexander on the Dignity of Human Responsibility
ISBN: 978-1-4632-3928-2
In what particular manner human beings are free moral agents and to what extent they can reasonably expect to attain a good life are two intertwined questions that rose to prominence in antiquity and have remained so to the present day. This book analyzes and compares the approaches of two significant authors from different schools at the turn of the third century CE, Alexander of Aphrodisias and Clement of Alexandria. These contemporaries utilize their respective Peripatetic and Christian commitments in their employment of the shared Greek classics toward these shared ethical questions.
$100.00