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" We may remark, then, that every virtue or excellence both brings into good condition the thing of which it is the excellence and makes the work of that thing be done well; eg the excellence of the eye makes both the eye and its work good; for it is by... "
The Christian Virtues in Medical Practice - Página 7
de Edmund D. Pellegrino MD, David C. Thomasma - 1996 - 176 páginas
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Philosophies of Art and Beauty: Selected Readings in Aesthetics from Plato ...

Albert Hofstadter, Richard Kuhns - 2009 - 728 páginas
...17; 1094* i-io94b 10) BOOK II 6 Every virtue or excellence both brings into good condition the 1106« thing of which it is the excellence and makes the work of that thing be done well; eg the excellence of the eye makes both the eye and its work good; for it is by the excellence...
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Virtue and Medicine: Explorations in the Character of Medicine, Volumen 1

E.E. Shelp, Earl Shelp - 1985 - 363 páginas
...made more explicit the Socratic orientation of virtue to ends. Thus "... every virtue or excellence both brings into good condition the thing of which...is the excellence and makes the work of that thing to be done well ..." (Nicomachean Ethics, 2, 5, 1106a, 15-17). The end of virtue for both Socrates...
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Aristotle: The Desire to Understand

Jonathan Lear, John U Nef Distinguished Service Professor in the Committee on Social Thought and the Department of Philosophy Jonathan Lear - 1988 - 328 páginas
...state, but also say what sort of state it is. We may remark, then, that every virtue or excellence both brings into good condition the thing of which...excellence and makes the work of that thing be done well; eg the excellence of the eye makes both the eye and its work good; for it is by the excellence...
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Ethics With Aristotle

Sarah Broadie Professor of Philosophy Princeton University - 1991 - 480 páginas
...with excellence as the source of good deeds and good functioning. The chapter begins: every excellence both brings into good condition the thing of which...excellence and makes the work of that thing be done well; eg the excellence of the eye makes both the eye and its work good; for it is by the excellence...
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Homo Aestheticus: The Invention of Taste in the Democratic Age

Luc Ferry - 1993 - 276 páginas
..."virtue" or "excellence" of a horse or of an eye: We may remark, then, that every virtue or excellence both brings into good condition the thing of which...excellence and makes the work of that thing be done well; eg, the excellence of the eye makes both the eye and its work good; for it is by the excellence...
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Virtue Epistemology: Essays in Epistemic Virtue and Responsibility

Abrol Fairweather, Linda Zagzebski - 2001 - 272 páginas
...Aristotle agrees that moral virtue is "concerned with choice," but also writes, every virtue or excellence both brings into good condition the thing of which...excellence and makes the work of that thing be done well Therefore, if this is true in every case, the virtue of man also will be the state of character...
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First Philosophy: Fundamental Problems and Readings in Philosophy

Andrew Bailey - 2002 - 966 páginas
...character, but also say what sort of state it is. We may remark, then, that every virtue or excellence both brings into good condition the thing of which...excellence and makes the work of that thing be done well; eg, the excellence of the eye makes both the eye and its work good; for it is by the excellence...
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The Nature of Leadership

John Antonakis, Anna T. Cianciolo, Robert J. Sternberg - 2004 - 438 páginas
...or professional excellence. Aristotle 1 19841 wrote, "Every excellence brings to good the thing to which it is the excellence and makes the work of that thing be done well Therefore, if this is true in every case, the excellence of man also will be the state which makes...
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Enhancing Our Way to Happiness?: Aristotle Versus Bacon on the Nature of ...

Kathy McReynolds - 2004 - 93 páginas
...the passions and faculties. Second, Aristotle points out that every virtue does two things: 1 ) it brings into good condition the thing of which it is the excellence; 2) makes the work of the thing be done well (function). Therefore, the virtue of the person is the...
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Confronting Aristotle's Ethics: Ancient and Modern Morality

Eugene Garver - 2008 - 328 páginas
...state and to perform their functions well." Barnes's revision of Ross renders it: "Every excellence both brings into good condition the thing of which...excellence and makes the work of that thing be done well." The Complete Works of Aristotle: The Revised Oxford Translation, trans. WD Ross, rev. Jonathan...
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