On Interpretation by Aristotle
- Words are symbols of our mental experiences. Words differ between languages, but the mental experiences are the same. For example the English word ‘house’ differs from the Spanish word ‘la casa’ but the mental experience of both symbols is the same. Continue reading ARISTOTLE: On Interpretation [Ch. 1-10]
ARISTOTLE: Ethics [Book II; Book III, Ch. 5-12; Book VI, Ch. 8-13]
- 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]
ARISTOTLE: Politics [Book I]
• Every community is established with a view to some good; for mankind always acts in order to obtain some good. The political community, which is the highest of all, aims at the highest good. Continue reading ARISTOTLE: Politics [Book I]