Briefly: Aristotle's The Nicomachean Ethics (books I-III, VI and X)
Briefly: Aristotle's Nicomachean Ethics is a short summary of Aristotle's Nicomachean Ethics which is designed to assist university and school-leaving students in acquiring knowledge and understanding of this key text in the philosophy of religion. The book closely adheres to Aristotle's text, enabling the reader to follow each development in the argument as it occurs. Following the detailed summary which page references the original and includes useful key quotes, is a shorter summary acting as an overview of Nicomachean Ethics, which is intended to aid memory.
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