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Ethics - Aristotle

Ethics - Aristotle

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Aristotle (384 - 322 B.C.), probably the greatest teacher who ever lived, surveyed in his Ethics the ends to which conduct should be directed. the importance of this work to a modern reader lies in Aristotle's boldness in introducing psychology into his study of human behaviour. He extended the frontiers of philosophy to include universal science, by converting ethics from a theoretical to practical science, based on a careful observation of life and a genuine understanding of human nature. The Ethics, the substance of lectures delivered to Aristotle's students, is lucidly translated for the Penguin Classics by J.A.K. Thomson.


Very Good (VG): I may show some small signs of wear - but no tears - on either binding or paper.


L: 18cm; W: 11cm; H: 1.4cm


0.2 kg


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