For Wednesday’s episode of Philosophy in Action Radio, I posted a podcast on “Friendship after Romance, Philosophy in Romance, and Finances in Marriage.” That podcast is now available for streaming or downloading.
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I answer three questions on romantic relationships concerning (1) friendship after a failed romance, (2) romance between people of very different philosophies, and (3) managing finances in marriage.
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- Duration: 26:46
- Download: Standard MP3 File (9.2 MB)
- Tags: Aristotle, Character, Ethics, Finances, Friendship, Marriage, Objectivism, Personality, Philosophy, Relationships, Romance, Values
- Question 1: Is friendship after romance possible?
- My answer: It’s depends
- Question 2: Should I try dating an Objectivist?
- My answer: Philosophy matters, but it’s not everything
- Question 3: What is the best way to handle finances in marriage?
- My answer: Lots of good options, and here’s mine
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