The Blackwell Guide to Aristotle’s Nicomachean Ethics consists of sixteen newly commissioned essays on one of the most widely studied texts in the history of ethics. The volume is faithful to the organization of the Nicomachean Ethics itself, discussing the human good, the general nature of virtue, the distinctive characteristics of particular virtues, voluntariness, self-control, and pleasure.
The Guide, with specially commissioned essays contributed by a distinguished international cast of scholars and an introduction by Richard Kraut, illuminates Aristotle’s ethics for both scholars and students new to the work.
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Table of Contents
Introduction (Richard Kraut).
1. Aristotle’s Ethical Treatises (Chris Bobonich).
2. Human Good and Human Function (Gavin Lawrence).
3. How to Justify Ethical Propositions: Aristotle’s Method (Richard Kraut).
4. The Central Doctrine of the Mean (Rosalind Hursthouse).
5. Aristotle on Moral Virtue and the Fine (Gabriel Richardson Lear).
6. Aristotle on the Voluntary (Susan Sauve Meyer).
7. Aristotle on Greatness of Soul (Roger Crisp).
8. Aristotle’s Justice (Charles Young).
9. Aristotle on the Virtues of Thought (C.D.C. Reeve).
10. The Practical Syllogism (Paula Gottlieb).
11. Acrasia and Self-Control (A.W. Price).
12. Pleasure and Pain in Aristotle’s Ethics (Dorothea Frede).
13. The Nicomachean Account of Philia (Jennifer Whiting).
14. Aristotle’s Political Ethics (Malcolm Schofield).
15. Aquinas, Natural Law, and Aristotelian Eudaemonism (T. H. Irwin).
16. Aristotle and Contemporary Ethics (Sarah Broadie).
Index of Passages from Aristotle.