Aristotle’s Vocabulary of Pain : Philologus - Aristotle pleasure vs pain

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Aristotle takes a fresh look at pleasure, and explains why the study of pleasure and pain is important to the ethicist, as he opens book ten of The Nicomachean. The underlying motive of the unfashioned narrative of pleasure and pain in Aristotle’s Ethics is to tell us how we should act to exhibit virtue.​ As the great Aristotle says, ‘it is because of pleasure that we do bad actions, and pain that we abstain from noble ones.

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By Mucage - 23:40
At least since Burnyeat's “Aristotle on Learning to Be Good,” one of the most popular ways of explaining moral development in Aristotle is by appealing to m.
By Dizahn - 15:30
The Nicomachean Ethics of Aristotle contains two treatises on pleasure and pain, which present different positions on the nature of pleasure.
By Maurg - 18:50
Summary The prelims comprise: Pleasure as a Good Aristotle on Pleasure Limitations and Drawbacks The Coherence of Aristotle's Treatment.

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