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Paul Rabinow - 1996 - 190 pages
|An ethos of logos without (an accounted for) pathos yields virtuosity, not virtue. ... |
For without friends no one would choose to live, though he had all other goods;
even rich men and those in possession of office and of dominating power are ...
|Aristotle (384-322 B.C.), one of the great philosophers of the Western world, |
wrote that "the ancients listed friendship among the highest virtues ... For without
friends, no one would choose to live, though he had all other goods."1 "In poverty
|After what we have said, a discussion of friendship would naturally follow, since it |
is a virtue or implies virtue, and is besides most necessary with a view to living.
For without friends no one would choose to live, though he had all other goods; ...
Sallie McFague - 1987 - 224 pages
|As a tentative generalization we would say that close friendship with a man or a |
woman is rarely experienced by American men." On the other side, we find
Aristotle insisting that 'without friends no one would choose to live even though
|Some of the best teams were composed of players who spent little time with one |
another beyond the interminable summer-camp sessions and coast-to-coast ... “
For without friends, no one would choose to live, though he had all other goods.
|Without friends, no one would choose to live, though he had all other goods. —|
ARISTOTLE In the not too distant past, I was having some challenges (nice word!
) with my husband. He is a wonderful man . . . I just couldn't see it on this
|But then the first friend at the beginning of this regress will be the only true friend; |
all the others will be mere shadows of it. ... of the good in the world; this is what
moves Aristotle to say that "without friends, no one would choose to live.
|No one would be able to live a happy life without friends: For nobody would |
choose to live without friends, although he were in possession of every other
good. Nay, it seems that if people are rich and hold official and authoritative
|Aristotle characterizes happiness as the life of virtuous activity in accordance with |
reason. A good life is an active life. A good life is filled with friends. ("No one
would choose to live without friends.") It is a life of participation in the community.
|Whatever goodness and virtue there was in us was much more the handiwork of |
our friends than our own accomplishment. Aristotle said that without friends no
one would choose to live. It wasn't just because human beings are social ...