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By Professor Kristjánsson Kristján

What can Aristotle train us that's appropriate to modern ethical and academic issues? What will we research from him concerning the nature of ethical improvement, the justifiability and educability of feelings, the opportunity of friendship among mom and dad and their young ones, or the elemental goals of educating? The message of this publication is that Aristotle has a lot to educate us approximately these concerns and lots of others.

In an impressive show of boundary-breaking scholarship, drawing upon the domain names of philosophy, schooling and psychology, Kristján Kristjánsson analyses and dispels myriad misconceptions approximately Aristotle’s perspectives on morality, feelings and schooling that abound within the present literature – together with the claims of the emotional intelligence theorists that they have got revitalised Aristotle’s message for the current day. The booklet proceeds by way of enlightening and astute forays into components coated by way of Aristotle’s canonical works, whereas concurrently gauging their pertinence for fresh traits in ethical education.

This is an arresting ebook on find out how to stability the calls for of head and center: a publication that deepens the modern discourse on emotion cultivation and virtuous dwelling and one who will excite any pupil of ethical schooling, no matter if educational or practitioner.

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