The Crossroads of Norm and Nature: Essays on Aristotle's Ethics and Metaphysics

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May Sim
Rowman & Littlefield, 1995 - 342 páginas
A discussion of the intersections between Aristotle's works: Ethics and Metaphysics. It debates the ways in which - and even the extent to which - the two texts illuminate one another, examine Aristotle's methods and intellectualism and analyse issues of matter, form, potency and art.
 

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The Substance of Aristotles Ethics Edward Halper
3
Human Being Beast and God The Place of Human Happiness According to Aristotle and Some TwentiethCentury Philosophers
29
Senses of Being in Aristotles Nicomachean Ethics
51
Aristotles Exclusive Account of Happiness Contemplative Wisdom as a Guise of the Political Philosopher
79
Two Perspectives on the Ultimate End
99
The Ultimate End of Action A Critique of Richard Krauts Aristotle on the Human Good
115
Reply to Professor Roche
139
PART II
149
Working Through Puzzles with Aristotle
175
Theories of Meaning and Ontology in Aristotles Metaphysics
221
PART III
235
Philosophic Background of Aristotles Aitia
237
Composition and Unity An Examination of Metaphysics H6
247
Understanding Process Reflections on Physics III1
281
Why the Elements Imitate the Heavens Metaphysics IX 8 1050b2834
305
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Platos Ghost Consequences of Aristotelian Dialectic
151

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May Sim is associate professor of philosophy at the College of the Holy Cross

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