Virtue without pleasure?: Aristotle and the joy of a noble life
Palabras clave : 
Materias Investigacion::Arte y Humanidades::Filosofía
Activity
Aristotle
Mean
Pleasure
Virtue
Fecha de publicación: 
2014
Editorial : 
Editorial Staff
ISSN: 
1121-2179
1825-6562
Cita: 
Cruz, M.M., ""Virtue without pleasure?: Aristotle and the joy of a noble life"", Acta Philosophica, (2014), Vol.23, N.1, pags 89-100
Resumen
How it is possible for Aristotle to say that the virtuoiis man finds the greatest pleasures I In this article I try to show a reasonable link between virtue and pleasure, ground· ed on the notion of peifect activity, which in the case of human beings is an activity according to virtue. The virtuoiis person can contemplate his own noble life and find joy in his good actions, and pleasure appears in this contemplation, which is a perfect activity.

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