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Red Letter Philosophy

Jun 7, 2019

Fame? Fortune? Frivolity?  What would you give, and what would you do, to possess these things permanently? What price would you pay?  

What if the health and wealth of the outer woman came at the price of the health and wealth of the inner woman?  What if the pleasures of the outer man came at the price of the inner man?

In this sequel to last week's episode, we sit at the foot of the greatest teacher of all time, Socrates, as he argues for the reality and value of the inner man and inner woman (i.e. the soul). 

Come listen to an echo of one who comes after Socrates; one who will say, "For what shall it profit a man, if he shall gain the whole world, but lose his own soul?"