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March 28, 2008



I quite enjoyed your essay.

It is refreshing to see another Objectivist interested in Aristotle (or perhaps an Aristotelian interested in Rand?). Either way, the positions are not very different.

Although you build a very good case for the term "Organic Ethics" to describe Aristotle's Ethics, and I think there is good reason to want to move away from the misleading label "virtue ethics", I wonder if it's not more appropriate to call them "Eudaimonistic Ethics" since Aristotle says that we should call all things after the ends they realize and the end of ethics is eudaimonia.

Either way, good essay!

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About the non-philosophically-minded people you told,so this is a sort of right thing and the things can structured around a prior decision, and remain constitutively blind to this decision,and also this is about distinction between the synthesis of manifold impressions and the faculties of the understanding,so great and useful things you share.

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