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ARISTOTLE: Ethics [Book II; Book III, Ch. 5-12; Book VI, Ch. 8-13]

ARISTOTLE: Ethics [Book II; Book III, Ch. 5-12; Book VI, Ch. 8-13]

Book 2

  • Virtues are of two kinds – moral and intellectual. Intellectual virtues owe their birth and growth to instruction. Moral virtues arise from habitual practice.

Continue reading ARISTOTLE: Ethics [Book II; Book III, Ch. 5-12; Book VI, Ch. 8-13]

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ARISTOTLE: Ethics [Book I]

ARISTOTLE: Ethics [Book I]

• The good is that at which everything aims. Ends differ from one another. Some ends are activities, and some ends are products distinct from the activity which produces them. Continue reading ARISTOTLE: Ethics [Book I]