Ethics by Aristotle
When learning revived in the Middle Ages, prompting the growth of scholarly monasteries and universities, and especially as these latter grew in importance in the western kingdoms of Christian Europe, the single most dominating influence in the intellectual life of the time was Aristotle. One of Aristotle’s works continues to form a central part of an even more extensive and indeed vital debate: namely, ethics, the question about the best life for humankind. His great classic, the Ethics, is one of the indispensable works of ethical literature. It is the first work ever to offer a systematic ethical theory. Despite being a philosophical treatise, it is marvellously readable and stimulating.
A separate impression of a volume from ‘Great Philosophers of the Ancient World’ (1141).
- Folio Society Second Printing No. 1168.2
- Publisher Folio Society, London; 2003
- Quarter Bonded Leather Hardback, 297 pp
- With wood-engraved frontis piece by Simon Brett
- Size 255 x 175mm, 1.4kg
Condition: Fine – Superb Unmarked Copy
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