Reason and Human Good in Aristotle

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Hackett Publishing, 1975 - Philosophy - 202 pages
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"Reason and Human Good in Aristotle opens up issues of interpretation which are as alive today as when it originally appeared. After almost two decades of extraordinary influence, this succinct book remains a 'must' for any serious bibliography of Aristotle's Ethics." -- Sarah Broadie, Princeton University

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John M. Cooper is Henry Putnam University Professor of Philosophy, Princeton University.

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