Aristotle and Menander on the Ethics of Understanding by Valeria Cinaglia
By Valeria Cinaglia
In Aristotle and Menander at the Ethics of Understanding, Valeria Cinaglia bargains a parallel learn of Menander's New Comedy and Aristotle's philosophy concentrating on topics starting from epistemology and psychology to ethics. Cinaglia doesn't objective to illustrate the direct philosophical effect of Aristotle on Menander, yet explores the speculation that there are major analogies among the 2 that expose a shared thought-world. Cinaglia exhibits that Aristotle and Menander supply analogous perspectives of how that perceptions and emotional responses to occasions are associated with the presence or absence of moral and cognitive knowing, or the country of moral personality improvement: the research of those analogies contributes to a deeper realizing of either frameworks concerned.
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