The Midlife Crisis

Kieran Setiya argues that philosophy can solve the midlife crisis, at least in one of its forms. This crisis turns on the exhaustibility of our ends. Topics include: John Stuart Mill’s nervous breakdown; Aristotle on the finality of the highest good; and Schopenhauer on the futility of desire.

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