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Reason and Human Good in Aristotle


"Reason and Human Good in Aristotle opens up issues of interpretation which are as alive today as when it originally appeared. After almost two ... Show synopsis

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by Bortola on Apr 3, 2007

John Cooper is far recognized as one of the most important scholars in ancient philosophy. In Reason and Human Good, Cooper deals with the dificcult relation between particular actions and eudaimonia, the Human Good according to Aristotle. In demonstrating this general thesis, he is forced to explain another important themes in aristotelian pracical philosophy (means-end relationship, the role of Eudeimian Ethics, Intelectualism, deliberation, contemplation ans practical life, etc.) For this, it can be also seen as a excelent general introduction to Aristotle's Ethics.

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