Aristotle’s Nicomachean Ethics – Books IV – VI: recording

We had a good call tonight discussing Aristotle’s Nicomachean Ethics Books IV – VI. 

We discussed a wide range of issues: liberality, generosity, moral virtue, justice, practical wisdom.

And we prepared for our call with Barry Schwartz in September.

Phil 

P.S. You can register for the free call and discussion with Barry here.
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One Response to Aristotle’s Nicomachean Ethics – Books IV – VI: recording

  1. Phil Terry says:

    <p>Great quotes and references.</p><p>You and I talked that Book V quote after the call. Couldn’t agree more. Even when people ("men" in Aristotle’s language) rule "for the people" – they mostly inevitably become tyrants.</p><p>Love the description of poetry from Simonides.</p><p>And I enjoyed seeing Lysistrata with you and Nancy Kopans several years back. We didn’t read it but we did take a field trip. Good stuff.</p><p>Phil </p>

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