Review of Metaphysics 59 (4):897-900 (2006)

This volume presents a series of lectures given at the Catholic University of America seeking to show the impact Aristotle had on modern, that is, postmedieval philosophy. The lectures were invited to focus on their philosopher’s response to Aristotle’s intellectual virtues — art, prudence, science, wisdom, and understanding — as given in the Nicomachean Ethics, book 6. Most participants did not follow this direction, but in one way or another studied their philosopher’s relation to Aristotle. The volume is remarkable both in the varied experts’ knowledge of Aristotle and contemporary Aristotelian scholarship, but also in the range of scholarship in their own topic. Ricardo Pozzo, who edited the volume, wrote an excellent introduction reviewing the contributions and giving the background of the series.
Keywords Catholic Tradition  Contemporary Philosophy  General Interest
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