The psychological basis of Aristotle's ethics
Gordon, Margery C.
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Aristotle believes that the development of the soul, the form or essence of man is the natural end of every person. One can understand human nature by examining the soul of a nature adult. In describing the psychology of human behavior Aristotle discusses especially the appetite and intellective parts of the soul. These two parts partake in reason which Aristotle believes is man's most characteristically human quality. [TRUNCATED]
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