Bridging the Gap between Aristotle's Science and Ethics by Devin Henry,Karen Margrethe Nielsen

By Devin Henry,Karen Margrethe Nielsen

This e-book consolidates rising learn on Aristotle's technological know-how and ethics for you to discover the level to which the options, equipment, and practices he built for clinical inquiry and clarification are used to enquire ethical phenomena. every one bankruptcy exhibits, another way, that Aristotle's ethics is far extra like a technological know-how than it's generally represented. The upshot of this is often twofold. First, uncovering the hyperlinks among Aristotle's technological know-how and ethics gives you to open up new and cutting edge instructions for learn into his ethical philosophy. moment, displaying why Aristotle thinks ethics can by no means be totally assimilated to the version of technological know-how may help shed new mild on his perspectives in regards to the limits of technology. the quantity therefore provides to make an important contribution to our knowing of the epistemological, metaphysical, and mental foundations of Aristotle's ethics.

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