The Idea of the Good in Platonic-Aristotelian Philosophy

The Idea of the Good in Platonic-Aristotelian Philosophy

Hans-Georg Gadamer


considered one of this century's most vital philosophers the following specializes in Plato's PROTAGORAS, PHAEDO, REPUBLIC, and PHILEBUS and on Aristotle's 3 ethical treatises to teach the fundamental continuity of Platonic and Aristotelian mirrored image at the nature of the great. In so doing Gadamer not just succeeds in giving us an incisive instance of his interpretive artwork but in addition supplies us a clearer photo of the moral measurement of his personal philosophy and the sensible implications of hermeneutical idea.

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