The Midlife Crisis

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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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