"Friendship". To appear in the Encyclopedia of Applied Ethics

The essay discusses the nature of friendship and the role of parental love in the development of what Aristotle refers to as perfect friendship. I also conclude with some remarks regarding the influence of technology upon the significance of friendship.
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