Les Activités de l'Homme et la Sagesse [Book Review]

Review of Metaphysics 17 (1):146-146 (1963)
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Admitting to some departure from the Aristotelian classification, Jolivet divides human activities into three sorts: labor, play, and contemplation. He warns against the naturalizing effect of the Marxist notion of labor, defends play as the essentially superfluous, and argues for including art in his third category. A proper conception of human wisdom involves all three activities, although the speculative remains the highest, and the love of God is wisdom's fullest perfection. Based on a lecture series, the book is a clear, rather non-technical, and contemporary re-working of some venerable ideas.--W. L. M.

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