WHY WE SHOULD NOT BE UNHAPPY ABOUT HAPPINESS VIA ARISTOTLE: The functionalist account of Aristotle?s notion of eudaimonia

 
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This book must be considered a philosophical success because it does justice to Aristotle's ethics by acquitting him from both the charge of being immoral in placing theoria above and beyond moral virtue, and from the charge of being totally prudential, while in fact in the text, he says that to think always of things practical is lower than what truly noble souls do. This book will become necessary reading for all students and scholars of Aristotle's ethics (Stefan Baumrin, Prof. of Philosophy, The Grad. Center, CUNY). Working with maps of the soul given by Aristotle in in his corpus, Dr. Caesar argues that Book X of the Nicomachean Ethics is the key document of Aristotle's ethics. Aristotle emerges from her discussion as a surprising champion of the contemplative life (Douglas P. Lackey, ?Prof. and Chair ?Dept. of Philosophy, Baruch College, CUNY,? Editor-in-Chief? of The Philosophical Forum). Full of bold analyses and provocative conclusions that cut the Gordian knot of scholarly controversy over the exclusivist and inclusivist interpretations of Aristotle?s doctrine of happiness. Timely and important (Peter Simpson, Prof. of Philosophy, The Grad. Center, CUNY).

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