Aristotelian Ethics and Politics: A Solution for Today

Published: Jun 18, 2018
Aristotle ethics soul wisdom mind
Georgios Massias
Aristotle famously classified virtue as cognitive and moral, deriving from any human being's scientific and calculative part of the soul respectively; any person that achieves both will definitely experience eudemonia. In this paper I will advocate Aristotle's view, and I will assume that the reason why there is widespread lack of eudemonia today is that modern man has systematically been neglecting moral virtues.
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