Series | History of Ancient Western Philosophy, Pt. 16

Aristotle, On the Art of Associated Living

Love and Happiness in the Ethics and Politics

Statue of Aristotle in the Aristotle park of Stagira (Neptuul, CC BY-SA 4.0, via Wikimedia Commons)

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This is the fourth installment on Aristotle… and the sixteenth of the series! Here we’ll be exploring Aristotle’s moral and political ideas. You can also check…

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