Lecture 5 Aristotle

Lecture 5 Aristotle - VIRTUE The one complete good (for...

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VIRTUE ETHICS September 26
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Argument Against Ethical Egoism, Again Universal vs. individual Categorical vs. hypothetical CORRECTION: “Egoism includes morality” argument Psychological explanation or hypothetical altruism in disguise Satisfies categorical but not universal Assumes altruism will always serve one’s interests
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Aristotle: Virtue Ethics Ethics derived from metaphysics Naturalism Teleological ethics Instrumental goods External Of body Of soul
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Unformatted text preview: VIRTUE The one complete good (for humans): eudaimonia Without qualification (1097a33) Self-sufficient (1097b8-9) Refuting Platos Ethics The Form of the Good Arguments against Plato (starting 1096a15) No common Idea Type/token distinction Eternity Intrinsic vs. instrumental Inapplicability to action Aristotles Ethics Intuitive Contextual Practical FORM OF THE GOOD Good thing 1 Good thing 2 Good thing 3 Etc. Locating Virtue SOUL BODY Non-rational Rational Nutritive Appetitive Reason/Thoug ht VIRTUES OF CHARACTER VIRTUES OF THOUGHT Becoming Virtuous Virtue is a state Habituation and practice the sources and means that develop each virtue also ruin it(1103b8) Pleasure and pain Cf. Hedonism Upbringing...
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Lecture 5 Aristotle - VIRTUE The one complete good (for...

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