Nicomachean Ethics

Nicomachean Ethics

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In The Nichomachean ethics-named for their first editor, Aristotle's son Nicomachus-Aristotle sets out to discover the good life for man: the life of happiness. For Aristotle, happiness is the activity of the soul in accordance with virtue. Virtue is shown in the deliberate choice of actions as part of a worked-out plan of life, a plan that takes a middle course between excess and deficiency. This is the famous doctrine of the golden mean.
Publisher: [Ashland] : Blackstone Audiobooks, [2004]
Branch Call Number: B430.A5 C5 2004x
Characteristics: (online resource)
Additional Contributors: May, Nadia


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