Aristotle's Theory of Moral Insight

Oxford University Press (1983)
At the top of his ethical system Aristotle placed, as the supreme value, eudai- monia (happiness). But what does this really mean? ...
Keywords Ethics, Ancient
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Call number B491.E7.E64 1985
ISBN(s) 0198247974   0198246676   9780198246671  
DOI 10.2307/629682
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