Virtues of Thought

Cambridge, Massachusetts: Harvard (2013)
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Abstract

Exploring what two foundational figures, Plato and Aristotle, have to say about the nature of human awareness and understanding, Aryeh Kosman concludes that ultimately the virtues of thought are to be found in the joys and satisfactions that come from thinking philosophically, whether we engage in it ourselves or witness others' participation.

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Aryeh Kosman
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