By May Sim

Aristotle and Confucius are pivotal figures in global historical past; however, Western and japanese cultures have nowa days mostly deserted the insights of those masters. Remastering Morals, released in 2007, offers a book-length scholarly comparability of the ethics of Aristotle and Confucius. could Sim's comparisons supply clean interpretations of the principal teachings of either males. greater than a catalog of similarities and changes, her learn brings nice traditions into conversation in order that each one is ready to examine from the opposite. this is often crucial interpreting for somebody attracted to virtue-oriented ethics.

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