Aristotle Ethics Author:J.A.K. Thomson Aristotle (384-322 B.C.), probably the greatest teacher who ever lived, surveyed in his Ethics the ends to which conduct should be directed. The importance to a modern reader is in his boldness in introducing psychology into the body of human behavior. He extended the frontiers of philosophy to include universal science, by converting ethics fro... more »m a theoretical to a practical science, based on a careful observation of life and a genuine understanding of human nature. The Ethics, the substance of lectures delivered to his students, is lucidly translated by J.A.K. thomson.
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