Nicomachean Ethics. Front Cover. Aristotle. Hackett Publishing Company Terence Irwin is Professor of Ancient Philosophy in the University of Oxford, and. Terence Irwin. Abstract, This Aristotle’s Nicomachean Ethics , b and Free e Terence Irwin, Trans., Aristotle, Nicomachean Ethics. Aristotle Translated, with Introduction, by Terence Irwin. – pp. the first edition, the second edition of the Irwin Nicomachean Ethics features a revised.
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nicomacheah StewartThe Nicomachean Ethics of Aristotle. The book contains occasional editorial oversights. These internal references are explicitly claimed at p. I recommend Reeve, then, with the few reservations noted above. This sort of clarification is pervasive in the notes.
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For more advanced students, especially those who have already had at least one survey of ancient philosophy or, better, a course on Aristotle with emphasis on the theoretical sciences, Reeve would serve very well. Request removal ethivs index. Depending on the sophistication of such readers, the sheer abundance of citations in the index might well remind them of passages they may have forgotten and should recall, but does not assist them in their own process.
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In the hands of a very knowing instructor the fact that the data are there leaves plenty of room for her or his guidance since the tereence dice are not loaded, as it were. Specialists will want to quibble about certain of Reeve’s choices in rendering key technical terms, but these rarely risk misunderstanding, and Reeve consistently minimizes that risk in tfrence explanatory notes.
He then adds, in Greek: Ben Saunders – – Journal of Medical Ethics 44 Bryn Mawr Classical Review Grounding for the Metaphysics of Morals: Irwin’s notes quite often offer concise but penetrating analyses of the arguments of the NE that raise objections and clarifications, always with an eye on the course of the over-all argument and the difficulty of understanding key passages.
Reeve chooses to mark line numbers within the body of the text itself, a practice I find less easy to follow than marginal indications, such as are aristtotle in both Irwin and Crisp.
Yet even advanced students may lose the forest for the trees, and for that reason would be well advised to consult the notes in conjunction with guides that offer a more panoramic view.
History of Western Philosophy. Ethlcs Ethics Oxford, Trendelenburg, the 19 th C. One familiar use is in an introductory ethics course using nickmachean classical texts where one might well want Aristotle along with Mill’s Utilitarianism and Kant’s Groundwork. So too is the ample citation of other texts in the Aristotelian corpus. A very carefully constructed index is provided, with all references of key words in the text duly noted and partially quoted, with their Greek equivalents supplied rthics parentheses next to their English translations.
The Nicomachean Ethics has engaged the serious interest of readers across centuries and civilizations—of peoples ancient, medieval, and modern; pagan, Christian, Muslim, and Jewish—and this new edition will take its place aristole the standard English-language translation.
Collins, Aristotle’s Nicomachean Ethics Chicago, It will not render earlier translations obsolete, but it certainly deserves a place in every Aristotelian scholar’s library.
Courageous ones, then, enduring what is frightening and facing danger because it is the noble thing to do? Aspasius on Aristotle Nicomachean Ethics 8. Nicomachean Ethics Newburyport, MA, Teachers introducing undergraduates to Aristotle for the first time, advanced students engaging independently with the text, aristotls professional scholars reasonably look for different things in a translation. This practice has the considerable advantage of illustrating the relevance of a cross-reference instantly, allowing other Aristotelian and, more selectively, Platonic texts to shed light on the passage in question without requiring the reader to consult another volume.
Science Logic and Mathematics. Their aristotoe are admirably met in my opinion by Roger Crisp’s Cambridge University edition, especially now that the revised edition has supplied line numbers in the margins as well as the page etrence column numbers of the original.
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These are wthics than Broadie’s and more closely resemble Irwin’s in the sort nicmachean help they provide. To whom will they give? Nearly two thousand years after it was written, Meditations remains profoundly relevant for anyone seeking to lead a meaningful life.
To take an illustrative example, some readers have tripped over Aristotle’s claim at X. Occasionally, however, fidelity seems to this reader to get in the way of readability, at least when compared with Crisp’s renditions. From the Publisher via CrossRef no proxy jstor. Sukaina Hirji – forthcoming – Philosophy and Phenomenological Research.