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In this episode, the gents discuss philia, or friendship, the second love in the C.S. Lewis/Ancient Greek hierarchy of love. The focus of this is on the Aristotelian conception of friendship and the three types of philia.
- Who needs friends?
- Why do we need friends?
- The three causes of love.
- Friendships of utility.
- Friendships of pleasure.
- Friendships of virtue.
- Similarities and differences between the types of Aristotelian friendship.
- The roles duration and absence play in strengthening friendship.
- The act of friendship vs. the "state" of friendship.
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