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ARISTOTLE ON THE BEST GOOD: IS NICOMACHEAN ETHICS 1094a18-22 ...

1 ARISTOTLE ON THE BEST GOOD: IS NICOMACHEAN ETHICS 1094a18-22 FALLACIOUS? Peter B. M. Vranas vranas@iastate.edu Iowa State University 6 September 2004 Abstract.

BASIC THEORY

1 Aristotle and Hume have different conceptions of the world that inform and affect their ethical theories. In Aristotle's Nicomachean Ethics, he demonstrates a teleological 1 conception of the world.

ARISTOTLE'S ETHICS AND THE CRAFTS: A CRITIQUE

ii ARISTOTLE'S ETHICS AND THE CRAFTS: A CRITIQUE by Tom Peter Stephen Angier Submitted for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy in the Graduate Department of Philosophy, University of Toronto Year of convocation 2008 Abstract This dissertation is a study of the relation between Aristotle's ethics ...

"Life of Excellence: Living and Doing Well" by Aristotle

"Life of Excellence: Living and Doing Well" by Aristotle Aristotle , Thoemmes About the author .... Aristotle (384-322 B.C.) studied at Plato'sAcademy for twenty years.

Paul Baecke paulbaecke@gmail.com Justifying the Contemplative ...

Paul Baecke paulbaecke@gmail.com Justifying the Contemplative Life Aristotle and St. Thomas Aquinas in the 21 st century

Why is contemplation so highly regarded by Aristotle?

Why is contemplation so highly regarded by Aristotle? by Gerhard Schuhmacher In the Nicomachean Ethics , the Greek philosopher Aristotle (384-322 BC) provides an ethical model as to how humans should live and, in particular, he asserts that humans ought to aspire to leading a contemplative life.

Being qua Being - Aristotle's Metaphysics

Aristotle's description of First Philosophy as an inquiry into "being qua being " needs some explanation.

Aristotle, 384-322 BCE A student of Plato, a teacher of ...

Aristotle, 384-322 BCE A student of Plato, a teacher of Alexander the Great The NicomacheanEthics is considered one of the greatest treatises ever written on ethics

Aristotle, Morality, Tragedy

E - L O G O S ELECTRONIC JOURNAL FOR PHILOSOPHY/2008 ISSN 1211-0442 Action and Hamartia in Aristotle's Poetics. Philip Tonner Abstract In what follows we outline Aristotle's philosophy of tragedy in his Poetics paying particular attention to his account of action and hamartia .

Aristotle, James Doull, Hegel, philosophy

Animus 10 (2005) www. swgc.mun.ca/animus 17 An Introduction To James Doull's Interpretation Of Aristotle Lawrence Bruce-Robertson Cornell University My goal in this paper is a modest one: I want to draw your attention to what I see as some of the central aspects of James Doull's interpretation ...