Ancient Philosophy 42 (1):215-231 (2022)

Javier Echenique
Universidad Adolfo Ibañez
In this paper we develop Aristotle’s remarks about personal enmity into a systematic account, with a view to determining whether personal enmity has a role to play in the good life. We argue that such an account can be obtained by examining Aristotle’s claims about hatred, and that this examination reveals that there is a significant place for enmity in Aristotle’s conception of the good life.
Keywords Ancient Philosophy  History of Philosophy
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DOI 10.5840/ancientphil20224217
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