Aristotles iNicomachean Ethics/i, Book VII: Symposium Aristotelicum

Hardcover | February 28, 2009

EditorCarlo Natali

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A distinguished international team of scholars under the editorship of Carlo Natali have collaborated to produce a systematic, chapter-by-chapter study of one of the most influential texts in the history of moral philosophy. The seventh book of Aristotle's Nicomachean Ethics discussesweakness of will in its first ten chapters, then turns in the last four chapters to pleasure and its relation to the supreme human good.

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A distinguished international team of scholars under the editorship of Carlo Natali have collaborated to produce a systematic, chapter-by-chapter study of one of the most influential texts in the history of moral philosophy. The seventh book of Aristotle's Nicomachean Ethics discussesweakness of will in its first ten chapters, then t...

Carlo Natali is Professor of History of Ancient Philosophy at the Universita "Ca' Foscari" di Venezia.

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Format:HardcoverDimensions:296 pagesPublished:February 28, 2009Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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Carlo Natali: Introduction1. John M. Cooper: iNicomachean Ethics/i VII. 1-2: Introduction, Method, and Puzzles2. David Charles: iNicomachean Ethics/i VII. 3: Varieties of akrasia3. Hendrik Lorenz: iNicomachean Ethics/i VII. 4: Plain and qualified akrasia4. Carlo Natali: iNicomachean Ethics/i VII, 1148b15-1150a8: Beastliness, irascibility and akrasia5. Chris Bobonich: iNicomachean Ethics/i VII, 1150a9-1150b28: Akrasia and self-control, and softness and endurance6. Sarah Broadie: iNicomachean Ethics/i VII, 1150b29-1151b22: Akrasia, enkrateia, and some look-alikes7. Teun Thieleman: iNicomachean Ethics/i VII. 11: (In) Continence in Context8. Dorothea Frede: iNicomachean Ethics/i VII. 11-12: Pleasure: The antihedonists' challenge9. Christof Rapp: iNicomachean Ethics/i VII. 14, 1153b1-1154a21 : Pleasure and eudaimonia10. Gwenaelle Aubry: iNicomachean Ethics/i NE VII. 14, 1154a 22-b34: The pain of the living and divine pleasure