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Aristotle was born in 384 BC, and studied in Athens under Plato. His writings were of extraordinary range, and many of them have survived. He died in 323 BC.

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5.0 su 5 stelle Great translation 31 dicembre 2014
Di Bobby Bambino - Pubblicato su
Formato: Copertina flessibile Acquisto verificato
I'm no Aristotle scholar and I know even less about Greek, so this is a lay person's review of this translation. I found this translation very easy to read. There are copious footnotes, most of which point out cross references that Aristotle throws ("as we showed above") around as well as other works that Aristotle quotes (e.g. Homer). Obviously something like that is extremely helpful. There are 10 short appendices giving a few words on several different pertinent topics. It was a great version for me, and I would certainly recommend it to anyone else looking for a good translation of the Ethics.
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5.0 su 5 stelle Good edition of the Greek text with a clear and helpful translation by H. Rackham. 10 maggio 2011
Di BVasconcelos - Pubblicato su
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This is a very good edition of the Nicomachean Ethics translated by H. Rackham. The english text (available at Perseus Digital Library) is intended for those who want to read the greek text and use the english as a support, as the english text will often interpret the text and undo many of the obscurities of the original, preserved in more faithful translations as the one of W.D. Ross. For those working with this text I would recomend both Rackham's and Ross's translations.

The greek text is the one of Bekker, revised with the aid of Susemihl (1880), Bywater (1891) and Alpet (1902), and published notes of other scholars (like H.H. Joachim). (The greek text is also available at Perseus.)

Overall, I found this one to be the best edition for scholarly purposes.

As of the book itself - materially - it a is a decent edition. It has a nice binding and a hardcover. The pages are somewhat thin and may get damaged if you just hold the book long enough (especially if you tend to sweat in your hands). The letters are big enough so you can read without difficulty, but you won't have much space in the page to writte comments (unless you can write really small).
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5.0 su 5 stelle A good version 12 maggio 2014
Di David Shanahan - Pubblicato su
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Aristotle was for a long time difficult to understand, but I later learned that it was because I had the wrong teachers. Most people I talked to from when I was very young never completely understood it, but they pretended to as a way of justifying certain actions. Among my official professors in university, it turned out that the first only gave me a basic understanding of it, the second had mostly studied new age interpretations, the third gave a repeat of the first, but she had less understanding. When I was finally learning the truth of it from decent university professors, I still wasn't completely certain of what I was learning because of the past confusion, and I wasn't sure where to look for a good translation, as a French translation of Aristotle's works had some bad translation. A former professor who had good knowledge of it recommended this. And now it is all much clearer.

I do not agree with everything that Aristotle wrote and taught, and I have found flaws. But this is a good book to read in order to better understand what he really did say. When a person has problems understanding a professor, others often say to read it yourself, but they often do not give good suggestions of specifically what to read. This is one of the better versions.
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Everyone should read the Nicomachean Ethics by Aristotle. It is very important especially in our era of sheer immorality, chaos, destabilization and manipulation of the masses by a ruthless elite. Aristotle is like a breeze of fresh air. He insufflates oxygen in our life which otherwise is being smothered by evil.
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