Doispontos 7 (2) (2010)

The article intends to show that MacIntyre’s notion of friendship (which, according to him, would be a reappropriation of Aristotle’s notion of philia), while ignoring the political aspect explicitly emphasized by Aristotle, reduces the notion of friendship to its social or civic aspect, thereby weakening the political nature of man
Keywords Aristotle  política  Aristóteles  friendship  politics  ethics  ética  MacIntyre  amizade
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