Complete Yourself

Character and Wisdom in Aristotle

by Peter Saint-Andre

Although Aristotle's views on human flourishing can be hard to understand, much of that difficulty stems from poor translations of his key concepts and from a short-sighted focus on his Nicomachean Ethics without considering his writings on nature, living things, animals, human beings, communities, knowledge, craftsmanship, learning, and related topics. This short epitome will be a friendly guide to his conception of the good life.

As I re-read all of Aristotle's writings and newly translate key passages into English, I'm writing a series of blog posts that catalogue the results of my research:

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