Aristotle's Moral Realism Reconsidered: Phenomenological by Pavlos Kontos

Greek Roman Philosophy

By Pavlos Kontos

This e-book elaborates an ethical realism of phenomenological concept by means of introducing the concept ethical adventure, primordially, constitutes a perceptual grab of activities and in their stable strains on the planet. the most thesis is that, ahead of any connection with values or to standards approximately solid and evil—that is, ahead of any connection with particular moral outlooks—one may still clarify the very materiality of what unavoidably constitutes the ‘moral world’. those claims are substantiated by way of a textual content- founded interpretation of Aristotle’s Nicomachean Ethics in discussion with modern ethical realism. The ebook concludes with a critique of Heidegger’s, Gadamer’s and Arendt’s ways to Aristotle’s ethics.

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