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Deliberation Practical Syllogisms and Intuition
Moral Virtue and Human Flourishing
Intellectualism in the Nicomachean Ethics
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according to Aristotle achieve actually agent argue argument Aristotle holds Aristotle says Aristotle's Ethical Theory Aristotle's theory chapter character chicken choice conception of flourishing conclusion consists contemplative context contrast correct criterion decided decision deliberative desires dialectical discussion distinction eschata eschaton eu8aiuovia eudaimonia Eudemian Ethics example exercise explicitly fact first-order further G. E. L. Owen G. E. M. Anscombe Gauthier gism Hence human flourishing identify implies intellectual values intellectualist interpretation intuitive Jaeger kind light meat living Magna Moralia means means-ends mind minor premiss moral reasoning moral virtue morally virtuous activity Nicomachean Ethics object one's oneself particular passage perception phronesis Plato possession practical intelligence practical reasoning practical syllogism practical thinking principles process of deliberation Protrepticus pursue pursuit question realization reference regarded Ross sake seems sense sixth book soul specific teleon tenth book tfjc theoretical things thought tical types ultimate end virtuous action wisdom