By Philipp Brüllmann

This publication bargains a brand new interpretation of the speculation of the nice in Aristotle’s Nicomachean Ethics. In a cautious analyzing focusing really at the first chapters, the writer argues that Aristotle has a extra advanced dating to a teleological perception of the great than is frequently assumed. knowing the subtleties of Aristotle’s angle in this element will help resolve a few tough interpretative matters. furthermore, it could open up a brand new standpoint at the venture Aristotle is pursuing in his ethics.

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