De Gruyter (2011)

Jan Szaif
University of California, Davis
This study analyses the theoretical connections between the conception of happiness, the theory of the good, and an ethical-practical conception of human nature in Aristotle's Ethics and his late-Hellenistic followers. The further development of Aristotelian views in the late Hellenistic context is a long-neglected field of research. The Aristotelian view is further developed systematically in the final chapterthrough an exploration of the relationship between prudential and moral rationality.
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ISBN(s) 978-3-11-019307-7   978-3-11-021691-2   3110193078   9783110193077
DOI 10.1515/9783110216912
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