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Jean Vanier: can Greek philosophy be a guide for life?

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Uploaded on Sep 7, 2010

This is the first part of an interview with Jean Vanier, the founder of the Arche communities, at his home in Trosly-Breuil on September 6 2010.

Vanier is a philosopher in the fullest sense - a man who lives his philosophy, through the Arche (or 'ark') communities he founded, in which volunteers live with mentally handicapped people. He is a Christian philosopher, and also a student of Aristotle. Here, I ask him whether Greek philosophy (and particularly Aristotle) can be a guide for life.

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