Ideas from 'On the Genealogy of Ethics' by Michel Foucault [1983], by Theme Structure

[found in 'Essential Works 1954-1984 I: Ethics' by Foucault,Michel (ed/tr Rabinow,Paul) [Penguin 1994,0-14-025954-6]].

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1. Philosophy / B. History of Ideas / 2. Ancient Thought
Early Greeks cared about city and companions; later Greeks concentrated on the self
22. Metaethics / A. Ethical Ends / 2. Goodness / a. Goodness
Stoicism was an elitist option to lead a beautiful life
Why couldn't a person's life become a work of art?
22. Metaethics / A. Ethical Ends / 6. Pleasure / c. Types of pleasure
Greeks and early Christians were much more concerned about food than about sex