Aristotle's Ethics and Moral Responsibility by Javier Echeñique

Greek Roman Philosophy

By Javier Echeñique

Aristotle's Ethics develops a fancy idea of the features which make for an exceptional person and for a number of a long time there was severe dialogue approximately even if Aristotle's concept of voluntariness, defined within the Ethics, truly delineates what smooth thinkers might realize as a idea of ethical accountability. Javier Echeñique offers a singular account of Aristotle's dialogue of voluntariness within the Ethics, arguing - opposed to the translation through Arthur Adkins and that encouraged by way of Peter Strawson - that he constructed an unique and compelling concept of ethical accountability and that this conception has contributed in very important how you can our knowing of coercion, lack of information and violence. His examine could be beneficial for a variety of readers drawn to Aristotle and in historical ethics extra broadly.

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