Moral Reasoning. Reading Aristotle's Nicomachean Ethics



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Moral Reasoning. Reading Aristotle's Nicomachean Ethics






Tuesday. 11.08

Wednesday. 11.09

Thursday. 11.10

Friday. 11.11

9.00 AM – 11.00 AM

Introduction

II. Definition of the Ethical Virtue

V. Justice

VII. Short-temperedness and Pleasure

11.10 AM – 13.10 PM

I. The Notions of the Goal, the Good, and the Happiness


III. 1-7 Acting based on one's own Will and Intention

V. Justice

VIII. Friendship I

14.10 AM – 16.10 PM

I. The Notions of the Goal, the Good, and the Happiness


III. 8-15 Ethical Virtues

VI. Dianoethical Virtues

IX. Friendship II

16.20 AM – 18.20 PM

II. Definition of the Ethical Virtue


IV. Ethical Virtues

VI. Dianoethical Virtues

X. Pleasure, Happiness, and Politics




Informal Talk

Informal Talk

Informal Talk

Dinner


Bibliography

  1. Aristotle, Nicomachean Ethics, in: The Complete Works of Aristotle (Ed. Jonathan Barnes), The Revised Oxford Translation, Princeton 1984 (text)


Secondary Literature

1. Broadie, S., Ethics with Aristotle, Oxford 1991 (commentary)



2. Oksenberg-Rorty, A. (Ed.), Essays on Aristotle's Ethics, Berkeley 1980


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