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Ethics of Aristotle

Ethics of Aristotle

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 The
 Ethics
of Aristotle
Professor Joseph W. Koterski, S.J.
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Joseph W. Koterski, S.J., Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Philosophy, Fordham UniversityJoseph Koterski, S.J., received the H.A.B. degree in Classics from Xavier University, Cincinnati, Ohio, in 1976. Asa Danforth Fellow, he completed a Doctorate in Philosophy in 1982 at St. Louis University, where he wrote adissertation on
Truth and Freedom in Karl Jasper’s Philosophy of Science
under the direction of the late JamesCollins.After teaching Ancient Philosophy for two years at the Center for Thomistic Studies of the University of St. Thomasin Houston, Texas, Professor Koterski joined the Maryland Province of the Society. Ordained a priest in 1992, after taking the M. Div. and S.T.L. degrees from the Weston School of Theology in Cambridge, Massachusetts, he beganteaching philosophy at Fordham University, where he now directs the M.A. program in Philosophical Resourcesand specializes in the history of medieval philosophy and natural law ethics.At Fordham, Professor Koterski serves as the editor-in-chief of 
 International Philosophical Quarterly
and aschaplain and tutor for the Queens Court Residential College for Freshmen. In 1998, he received the Dean’s Awardfor Outstanding Undergraduate Teaching, and in 2000, he received the Graduate Teacher of the Year Award. Inaddition to the many articles and reviews he has written, Professor Koterski is the co-editor of 
 Prophecy and  Diplomacy: The Social Teaching of Pope John Paul II 
and the editor of the annual proceedings of the UniversityFaculty for Life organization,
 Life and Learning 
.
©2001 The Teaching Company Limited Partnership i
 
 
Table of ContentsThe
Ethics
of Aristotle
Professor Biography
............................................................................................i
Course Scope
.......................................................................................................1
Lecture One
The Philosopher of Common Sense..........................2
Lecture Two
What Is the Purpose of Life?.....................................5
Lecture
 
Three
What Is Moral Excellence?........................................7
Lecture Four
Courage and Moderation.........................................10
Lecture Five
The Social Virtues...................................................12
Lecture Six
Types of Justice.......................................................14
Lecture Seven
The Intellectual Virtues...........................................16
Lecture Eight
Struggling to Do Right............................................19
Lecture Nine
Friendship and the Right Life..................................22
Lecture Ten
What Is Friendship?.................................................24
Lecture Eleven
Pleasure and the Right Life......................................26
Lecture Twelve
Attaining True Happiness........................................28
Glossary
.............................................................................................................30
 Bibliography
......................................................................................................35
©2001 The Teaching Company Limited Partnershipii

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