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“Pleasure in Aristotle’s Ethics provides an account of the role of pleasure and desire in Aristotle’s philosophy. Michael Weinman seeks to overcome common impasses in the mainstream interpretation of Aristotle’s ethical philosophy through the careful study of Aristotle’s account of pleasure in the human, but not merely human, good, thus presenting a new way in which we can improve our understanding of Aristotle.”–BOOK JACKET.

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