By Devin Henry,Karen Margrethe Nielsen

This publication consolidates rising study on Aristotle's technological know-how and ethics which will discover the level to which the suggestions, equipment, and practices he constructed for medical inquiry and rationalization are used to enquire ethical phenomena. every one bankruptcy exhibits, otherwise, that Aristotle's ethics is far extra like a technology than it really is commonly represented. The upshot of this is often twofold. First, uncovering the hyperlinks among Aristotle's technological know-how and ethics supplies to open up new and leading edge instructions for examine into his ethical philosophy. moment, exhibiting why Aristotle thinks ethics can by no means be totally assimilated to the version of technology may also help shed new gentle on his perspectives concerning the limits of technological know-how. the amount therefore delivers to make an important contribution to our figuring out of the epistemological, metaphysical, and mental foundations of Aristotle's ethics.

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