The Ethics of Aristotle
by Aristotle

Aristotle placed temperance and wisdom above all other virtues. He thought of ethics as a subdivision of politics, but still used his ethics to judge laws and political systems. His method is to analyze definitions as they are used and to highlight the distinctions people make among the virtues.

Year Read: 1973


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