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Nikomacho etika Rinktiniai raštai (pp. Jan ; Aristotelis. Aristotelis. ( ). Nikomacho etika. In A. Rybelis (Ed.). Rinktiniai raštai (pp. 63–). The Nicomachean Ethics is the name normally given to Aristotle’s best-known work on ethics. “Aristoteles” () by Francesco Hayez (–). Part of a . Švietimo moralė nuo Kanto, nesuteikianti žmogui jokių pamatų, šaknų. Sąsajos su Nikomacho etika (Aristotelis), norima atgaivinti etinių vertybių tradicijas.

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Tapatybė ir vartotojiškos moralės iššūkiai

So there are two ways that people lose mastery of their own actions and do not act according to their own deliberations. The human good is a practical target, etija contrasts with Plato’s references to “the Good itself”. Nikomaco people can be helped by guidance, unlike stingy people, and most people are somewhat stingy. Marsilius is for example sometimes said to have influenced the controversial English political reformer Thomas Cromwell.

Aristotle now deals separately with some of the specific character virtues, in a form similar to the listing at the end of Book II, starting nikoamcho courage and temperance. One is through excitability, where a person does not wait for reason but follows the imagination, often having not been prepared for events. Indeed, in Book I Aristotle set out his justification for beginning with particulars and building up to the highest things.

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The example Aristotle gives of this is contemplation. Other types of dishonesty could involve other virtues and vices, such as justice and injustice. And so practical ethics, having a good character, requires knowledge.

But concerning this need for good laws and education Aristotle says that there has always been a problem, which he is now seeking to address: So we reproach intemperance more, because it is easier to habituate oneself so as to avoid this problem. He nikkmacho that it is only concerned with pains in a lesser and different way. Aristotle enumerates five types of hexis stable dispositions that the soul can have, and which can disclose truth: He also asserts as part of this starting point that virtue for a human must involve reason in thought and speech logosas this is an aspect an ergonliterally meaning a task or work of human living.

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The Nicomachean Ethics is widely considered one of the most important historical philosophical works, and had an important impact upon the European Middle Agesbecoming one of the core works of medieval philosophy. There can be a pleasant end of courageous actions but it is obscured by the circumstances.

Happiness in life then, includes the virtues, and Aristotle adds that it would include self-sufficiency autarkeianot the self-sufficiency of a hermit, but of someone with a family, friends and community. Corrective Justice Arithmetic proportion: Chapter 7 turns from general comments to specifics.

Aristotle says that such cases will need to be discussed later, before the discussion of Justice in Book V, which will also require special discussion. This book is the last of three books that are identical in both the Nicomachean Ethics and the Eudemian Ethics. Being skilled in an art can also be described as a mean between excess and deficiency: Public domain Public domain false false. The vices opposed to courage were discussed at the end of Book II.

Aristotle then turns to examples, reviewing some of the specific ways that people are thought worthy of blame or praise.

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As in the examples above, overconfident people are likely to be called courageous, or considered close to courageous.

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Aristotle ranks some of them as follows: This raises the question of why pleasure does not last, but seem to fade as if we get tired. It extends previously developed discussions, especially from the end of Book II, in relation to vice akolasia and the virtue of sophrosune. Desire without understanding can become insatiable, and can even impair reason.

aristotelie A Commentary on Aristotle’s Politics. The pleasures from being restored into a natural hexis are accidental and not natural, for example the temporary pleasure that can come from a bitter taste. So in this case as with several others several distinct types of excessive vice possible. Aristotle aeistotelis speculations for example about whether love comes from attractions between like things are not germane to this discussion, and he divides aims of friendships or love into three types—each giving feelings of good will that go in two directions:.

The work, which plays a pre-eminent role in defining Aristotelian ethicsconsists of ten books, originally separate scrolls, and is understood to be based on notes from his lectures at the Lyceum. Alternatively, the work may have been dedicated to his father, etkka was also called Nicomachus.