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430a20“25, 202
1245b18, 268
430a24“25, 200
1245b23“24, 278
1249b14“15, 293
De caelo
270b1“8, 253
Generation of Animals
270b10“16, 253
736b28, 204
279a23“30, 251
744b21, 204
279a30“33, 254
760b31“33, 253
283b26“30, 254
284a2“14, 254
Magna moralia
285a29“30, 251
1181b1“28, 60
286a9“11, 50
1184a14, 83
1184b10, 83
Eudemian Ethics
1184b28“30, 90
1214a15“26, 84
1184b32“34, 91
1215a12“19, 85
1184b37“40, 91
1215a32“b5, 89
1201b24“40, 72
1215b6“13, 86
1206b10“12, 179
1216a11“16, 104
1206b18“29, 179
1218a18“21, 103
1208a22“30, 72
1218a21“23, 103
1208a31“b2, 71
1218b7“14, 104
1212b31, 282, 286
1224b29“35, 136

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Index of Passages
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996b12“14, 189
On Memory and Recollection
1003a21“32, 222
451a15, 22
1003a33“34, 223
1004b22“26, 44
Metaphysics
1005a19“32, 223
980a21, 17
1005b5“17, 224
980a21“27, 18
1005b17“33, 225
980a27“b25, 21
1005b35“1006a11, 229
980b25“981a5, 22
1006a11“28, 230
980b27“982a3, 185
1008b7“12, 234
981a5“12, 23
1008b12“31, 234
981a12“981b3, 25
1008b31“1009a5, 235
981a14“15, 22
1009a36“38, 238
981a16, 23
1010a25“35, 239
981b7“9, 26
1010b1“26, 241
981b18“22, 27
1010b26“30, 242
981b28“982a2, 27, 220
1010b30“1011a2, 242
982a30“b4, 39
1011a3“17, 242
982a32“b2, 44
1011a17“b7, 244
982b1“7, 221
1013a10“14, 43
982b5“7, 42, 46, 233
1025b3“4, 189
982b22“27, 130
1025b6“7, 190
982b24“28, 221
1025b7“13, 190
982b28“983a5, 130
1025b14“18, 190
983a5“11, 45, 221, 233
1027b27“28, 252
984a18“19, 37, 256
1027b29“1028a4, 41
984a30“31, 256
1032a25“b17, 186
984b9“11, 256
1040a8, 252
984b10, 37
1040a28“29, 252
984b21“24, 49
1041a2“3, 252
984b23“32, 50
1041b7“11, 252
986b27“28, 256
1046b2“8, 181
986b31, 37
1048a10“13, 43
986b31“987a2, 256
1051b31“32, 252
988b16“21, 256
1061b34“1062a11, 245
993a30“b4, 13
1062a12“20, 246
993b9“11, 51, 199, 211
1062a20“23, 246
993b11“19, 121
1062a30“b2, 246
993b14, 171
1062b7“11, 247
993b18“19, 13
1062b12“21, 247
994b9“16, 236
1062b33“1063a10, 248
994b12“16, 48
1063a10“17, 199, 211, 249
994b16“31, 237
1063a17“21, 250
994b20“21, 48
1063a19“21, 227
994b32“995a3, 9
1063b7“15, 249
994b32“995a20, 258
1064a28“b1, 41
995a12“14, 9
1072a26“29, 304
995b2“4, 44
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1101b6“9, 101
1072b3, 50
1102a3“4, 98
1072b27, 50
1102a5“6, 80, 90
1074b1“14, 11, 193
1102a5“26, 174
1074b3, 211
1102a7“10, 77
1077b1“17, 110
1102a19“28, 109
1078a21“23, 110
1102a28“1103a3, 174“175
1102a30“34, 110
Nicomachean Ethics
1103a14“26, 113
1094a1“3, 55, 172
1103a15, 171
1094a14“16, 40
1103a27“b3, 114
1094a19“28, 47
1103b4“6, 77
1094a19“b10, 59
1103b7“25, 114
1094a27, 58
1104a1“11, 65
1094a27“b6, 40
1104a9“10, 76
1094b8“11, 296
1104a27“b3, 117
1094b12“28, 62
1105a17“21, 117
1094b14“16, 48
1105a29“b5, 118
1094b16“17, 105
1105b5“18, 119
1094b23“24, 48
1106b8“17, 125
1094b29“1095a11, 69
1106b18“26, 125
1095a15“31, 74
1106b27“35, 126
1095a23“27, 88
1106b36“1107a8, 126
1095b4“13, 69
1109a2, 66
1095b15“28, 74
1110b18“24, 138
1095b16“24, 88
1110b25“1111a2, 138
1095b17, 248
1111a22“27, 141
1096a11“18, 102
1111a31“32, 141
1096a12“16, 270
1111b1“3, 141
1096b32“36, 102
1111b7“11, 141
1096b36“1097a8, 103
1111b27“31, 142
1097a26“b21, 92
1112a16“17, 142
1097b9“12, 85
1113a9“13, 142
1097b22“34, 93“94
1113a30“35, 106
1097b38“1098a20, 94
1114a19“25, 136
1098a14, 80
1114a30“b12, 140
1098a22“b8, 63
1114b23“25, 137, 206
1098b9“22, 80
1129a27“29, 147
1098b18“20, 98
1129a33, 147
1098b28“29, 248
1129a34“b1, 147
1099a12“15, 106, 248
1129b12“25, 148
1099b30“32, 77
1129b26“27, 149
1100a5“9, 99
1129b31“33, 149
1100a10“31, 100
1130a4“11, 149
1100b8“11, 100
1130a34“b1, 152
1100b13“15, 101, 170
1130b2“5, 152
1100b31“33, 101
1130b23“25, 150
1101a23“31, 101
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1140b31“1141a9, 194
Nicomachean Ethics (cont.)
1141a9“12, 187
1130b25“27, 150
1141a16“20, 210
1130b27“29, 150
1141a21“29, 209
1130b30“1131a3, 153
1141a22, 210
1131a3“9, 153
1141a26“27, 208
1131a16“25, 154
1141a35“b2, 11
1131a25“32, 154“155
1141a35“b8, 210
1132a21“22, 167
1141b2, 51
1132b28“30, 154
1142a16“21, 197, 214
1132b32“1133a3, 156
1142a26“27, 194
1133a3“6, 156, 286
1143a9, 206
1133b15“19, 155
1143a33“b6, 195
1134a25“32, 157
1143b6“14, 196
1134a35“b3, 166
1143b10“11, 204
1134b9“18, 158
1144a1“6, 213“214
1134b18“24, 160
1144a7“8, 206
1134b25“1135a5, 161
1144a28“30, 208
1136b32“35, 163
1144a33“37, 207
1137a5“17, 168
1144b9“14, 197
1137a17“25, 169
1144b14“15, 180
1137b8“13, 164
1144b31“33, 206
1137b13“20, 164
1145a2“3, 206
1137b20“33, 165
1145a6, 206
1138b18“21, 176
1145a7“11, 212
1138b23“25, 176
1146a8“10, 207
1139a19“20, 177
1147a11“24, 215
1139a21“27, 177
1149b35“1150a1, 218
1139a30“32, 177
1150a5“6, 218
1139a32“b2, 177
1150a9, 218
1139a36“b2, 181
1153b25“26, 218
1139b4“7, 178
1153b32“34, 218
1139b14“18, 180
1155a4“6, 260
1139b19“20, 187
1155a13“16, 260
1139b26“35, 187“188
1155a21“29, 108, 261
1140a1“7, 181
1155b32“1156a5, 278
1140a11, 181
1155b34, 267
1140a12“17, 183
1156b7“10, 268
1140a17“19, 181
1156b8, 267
1140a19“20, 185
1156b10“17, 277
1140a24“28, 205
1156b25“33, 276
1140b6“7, 208
1157a18“26, 277
1140b8“10, 208
1157b10“13, 277
1140b12“16, 205
1158a1, 270
1140b17“20, 207
1158a10“14, 278
1140b23, 186, 187
1158b29“33, 270
1140b25“30, 207
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1253a32“38, 135
1159a33“b11, 281
1253a38“40, 146
1159b27“1160a8, 287
1254a23, 132
1160a8“19, 288
1254b15“23, 132
1160a19“23, 289
1254b25“27, 134
1160a23“28, 289
1254b27“34, 133
1160a30“1161a9, 290“291
1254b39“1255a1, 133
1161a10“11, 262
1255a3“b16, 133
1161a16“22, 292
1255b32, 130
1162a4“7, 293
1255b37, 130
1162a16“22, 296
1256b21, 133
1166a1“14, 273
1259b37, 134
1166a18“26, 127
1260a12, 132
1166a30“33, 273
1276b30“36, 150
1166a31“32, 273
1276b38, 151
1166b1, 273
1276b41“1277a1, 151
1167a3“14, 280
1277a2“6, 152
1167b5“11, 284
1280b39, 301
1170a27“b5, 297
1282a18“23, 182
1170b30“1171a4, 279
1282a20“24, 77
1171a6“8, 279
1282b2“8, 166
1174b27“34, 298
1282b14“16, 40
1175a19“21, 298
1282b15“16, 46
1176b16“26, 300
1282b17“18, 143
1177a12“20, 299
1284a3“18, 87
1177a23“27, 300
1286a19“22, 167
1177b26“1178a8, 302
1286a23“24, 167
1179b21“32, 68
1288a32“b2, 151
1181a12“23, 306
1291a2“4, 183
1181b7“12, 306
1325b14“23, 97
1325b16“24, 296
Parts of Animals
1325b17“21, 259
639a1“15, 63
1325b24“30, 97
1326a28“36, 145
Physics
1326a30“34, 301
193a3“9, 198
1326a35“36, 144
194a22“27, 184
1326a37“40, 144
194b1“7, 182
1326a41“b2, 144
199a15“21, 184
1326b6“7, 145
223a23, 240
1326b14“21, 145
1326b21“23, 146
Politics
1326b24“25, 145
1252a1“7, 143
1330a34, 133
1252b28“1253a1, 144
1332b4“6, 112
1253a7“19, 108
1337a2“3, 105
1253a8“10, 129
1337a11, 150
1253a25“29, 129
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99b36, 34
Posterior Analytics
100a6“9, 34, 185
71a1“2, 5, 37
100a10“14, 35
71a1“6, 185
100a15“b5, 35
71a8“9, 37
100b5“17, 36
71a9“11, 39
71b27“33, 29
72a7“8, 30 Prior Analytics
72a27“33, 188 24a21“b12, 7
72a37-b4, 189
72b19“22, 35
Protrepticus
72b19“25, 30
frag. 11 (Ross), 290
75a38“b21, 6
75b22“30, 191
On Sensation and Sensibles
75b24“27, 6, 192
437a1, 81
77a27“34, 7
81a38“b9, 31, 188
Topics
87b30“31, 33
100b19“20, 75
88a10“17, 33
101a37“b4, 75
97b29“31, 35
112a37, 82
99b18“19, 34
Index of Subjects and Names




Abed, S., 9 arkhikos, 40, 42
Ackrill, J., 213, 299 arkhitektonikos, 40
Arnim, H. von, 7
action, 24, 55, 95, 123, 142, 177, 178,
art, 24, 43, 55, 59, 77, 78, 181, 183,
258, 307; see also praxis
184, 185, 186; see also production;
activity/actuality, 80, 90, 91, 114, 116;
tekhn¯e
see also energeia
Aubenque, P., 4, 17,
Agathon, 185
205
agathon, 173
Averroes, 10, 203
aisth¯sis, 5, 18, 20, 28, 177, 194, 196,
e
Avicenna, 10, 203
200, 253, 297
axioms, 4, 224
ak¯n/
o akousion, 138
akrasia, 232
Badawi, A., 8
al¯theuein, 36, 180
e
being qua being, 41, 222,
Alexander of Aphrodisias, 18, 194,
226
203
benevolence, 278, 280, 283; see also
Al-Farabi, 2, 9, 10, 14, 121
Anaxagoras, 86, 104 eunoia
Benso, S., 28
Andronicus of Rhodes, 16
Berti, E., 17, 220
anthropocentrism, 11, 210
bios, 82, 87, 90, 94
anthr¯pos, 131, 183, 210, 293
o
Blumenthal, H., 3
Apostle, H., 5
Booth, E., 8
Aquinas, Thomas, 3, 102, 203, 267,
Boreas, 53
271
Bottin, F., 3
architecture, 115; without geometry,
78, 274, 294; of the human, 272, boul¯sis, 141
e
bouleusis, 122, 177
302
Brague, R., 4
Arendt, H., 1, 78
Brentano, F., 200
aret¯, 66, 90, 96, 262
e
Broadie, S., 200
ariston, 47, 173
Bywater, I., 59
arkh¯, 29, 30, 43, 59, 120, 123, 188
e

337
Index of Subjects and Names
338

dialogue, 8, 13, 76, 247, 294
Cassin, B., 209, 220
Caston, V., 200 dianoia, 95, 97, 127, 177
dikaiosun¯/ e, 143, 287
celestial bodies, 50, 199, 249 e dik¯
Diogenes Laertius, 270
character, 53, 59, 82, 178, 206, 217,
Diotima, 11, 103
277; see also comportment; ¯thos
e
divine, the, 81, 84, 85, 193, 204, 233,
Chiodi, G., 164
274, 291, 303; see also theion ; theos
choice, 43, 45, 55, 141, 142; see also
Dobbs-Weinstein, I., 9
proairesis; wish
Dodds, E. R., 217
Cicero, 270
citizen, 129 doxa, 75, 180
commentators, Judeo-Islamic, 7 dunamis, 34, 58, 173, 261
D¨ ring, I., 200
u
commonality, 85, 129, 143, 173; see
also community
education, 21, 62, 68, 106, 113, 116,
community, 14, 40, 79, 101, 128, 129,
143, 257, 261, 264, 266, 285; of 117, 124, 133, 134, 229; see also
habit; manthanein ; paideia
sensibility, 145, 278; see also
friendship; polis; politics eidenai, 5, 19, 26, 29
comportment, 45, 53, 57, 79, 168, eidos, 78, 186
ekhein, 112, 168, 211
217, 223, 231, 244; see also
embodiment, 49, 69, 89, 94, 105, 112,
character; habit
concord, 283; see also homonoia 171, 200, 202, 216, 266, 280, 285; see
also excess; openness; receptivity
contemplation, 10, 13, 33, 88, 104,
Empedocles, 293
185, 202, 208, 258, 297, 299, 301,
empeiria, 21
303, 304, 306; see also the¯ria
o
contradiction, 226; see also principle of empsukhos, 251
end, 47, 56, 83, 91, 97, 103, 122, 178,
non-contradiction
206, 236, 238; see also good; telos
convention, 62, 106, 136, 160; see also
laws; nature energeia, 80, 91, 95, 96
environment, 31, 55
Cooper, J., 213
epag¯g¯, 31, 32
cosmopolitanism, 14, 265, 266 oe
Epicureans, 14
cosmos, 31, 50, 211, 251
Croissant, J., 217 epieikeia, 164
epist¯m¯, 3, 4, 6, 7, 8, 19, 29, 35, 39, 58,
ee
180, 185, 187, 189, 209
daim¯n, 81, 82, 84
o
Deleuze, G., 272 epist¯monikon, 179
e
equality: and commensurability, 155,
deliberation, 122, 195; see also bouleusis
276; among friends, 270; qualitative
demonstration, 6, 29, 187, 195, 228,
and quantitative, 132, 134, 154
229, 242, 247; see also principles;
equitability, 164
science
Depew, D. J., 131 ergon, 91, 96
Derrida, J., 167, 265 er¯s, 49, 264, 274
o
eternality, 193, 249, 252
desire, 17, 47, 49, 50, 103, 111, 140,
ethics: as architectonic, 40, 58, 59, 93,
177, 178, 216, 281, 304; see also er¯s ;
o
239, 274; as ¬rst philosophy, 2, 12,
orexis ; passion
51, 57, 170, 219, 257; and the
Destr´ e, P., 162
e
good, 79, 173; implied, 57; and
dialectic, 7, 44, 73, 79, 294
metaphysics, 51; and nature, 51; and
dialogos/ dialegesthai, 8, 75, 231
Index of Subjects and Names 339

Haddad, F., 9
politics, 58, 59, 104, 143; precision
Hadot, P., 67, 88, 90, 304
of, 48, 62; as productive, 76, 78,
123; and psychoanalysis, 216; as hama, 33, 40, 226
happiness, 80, 81, 83, 84, 88, 91, 97,
science of principles, 65
99, 213, 288, 297; see also eudaimonia
¯thos, 1, 11, 47, 53, 54, 57, 59, 217, 231
e
Havelock, E., 143
eu-, 81
Heidegger, M., 78, 196
eudaimonia, 81, 82, 83, 85, 173, 213
hek¯n/
o hekousion, 138
eu¯th¯s, 306
ee
Heraclitus, 70, 82, 83, 246
eunoia, 278, 280, 283
Herodotus, Histories, 54
eupraxia, 80
Hesiod, 49; Works and Days, 53, 54, 70,
eu z¯n, 289
e
excess, 88, 228, 267, 269, 278, 280, 82
291; see also embodiment; huperbol¯ ; hexis, 66, 71, 112, 171
e
H¨ ffe, O., 143
o
openness; transcendence
Homer: Iliad, 53; Odyssey, 66
experience, 22, 24, 68, 200, 250; see
homonoia, 283, 286
also empeiria
human, the, 84, 131, 133, 156, 279;
and the other than human, 12, 83,
Festugi` re, A. J., 297
e
¬rst philosophy, 3, 13, 23, 39, 46, 189, 84, 210, 211, 219, 239, 267, 291,
292, 294, 302“303; see also
224, 228, 233, 275; see also
anthr¯pos ; excess; transcendence
o
philosophia pr¯t¯
oe
huperbol¯, 269, 280, 291
Fraisse, J. C., 282 e
Freud, S., 216
imagination. See phantasia
friendship, 102, 262, 267, 270, 272,
incontinence, 124, 214, 215, 231; see
273, 274, 277, 279, 284, 287;
among equals, 268, 275, 290; and also akrasia
induction, 31, 32, 187; see also epag¯g¯
justice, 261, 262, 287; and love, 264, oe
in¬nity, 2, 49, 126
281; and politics, 263, 283, 284, 285;
intellect/intuition, 20, 28, 36, 50,
among unequals, 291, 292; see also
community; love; openness; philia 176, 180, 194, 195, 200, 201, 203,
function/task, 93, 96; see also ergon 210, 236, 252, 299; see also nous
Irwin, T., 213, 220
Gadamer, H.-G., 1, 274 isot¯s, 270
e
geometry, non-Euclidean, 6
Jaeger, W., 5, 17
gn¯sis/ orizein, 5, 20, 30, 173, 189,
o gn¯
Jordan, M., 3
210, 221
justice, 143, 145, 146, 147, 149, 152,
good, the, 11, 47, 55, 56, 79, 91, 97,
155, 157, 160, 162, 167, 168, 287; see
101, 102, 103, 104, 143, 151, 173,
also dikaiosun¯ ; friendship; laws;
e
211, 212, 218, 233, 236, 238, 244,
virtue
272, 274, 288, 297; see also agathon ;
ariston
Kahn, C., 31
Guattari, F., 272
Guidi, L., 154 kairos, 66
Kant, I., 264, 304
Keyt, D., 154
Habermas, J., 265
habit, 66, 71, 91, 112, 113, 117, 136, kh¯rismos, 102
o
knowledge. See science; see also gn¯sis
171, 268; see also ekhein ; hexis o
Index of Subjects and Names
340

metaphysics, 9; relation to physics, 19,
koinos, 85, 143
50; see also ¬rst philosophy
Kosman, A., 200
methodos, 55, 56, 57
kosmos, 210, 211, 293
Minio-Paluello, L., 3
Koumakis, G., 153
mn¯m¯, 20, 21, 34
Kraut, R., 213 ee
Moerbeke, William of, 194
Kristeller, P., 3
Kristeva, J., 265 mokhth¯ria, 139
e
Moraux, P., 16
kuriot¯s, 41, 42
e
morion, 110, 174
muthos, 78, 275
lambanein, 197
Lameer, J., 9
Nancy, J.-L., 265
latency, 118, 186, 278; see also l¯th¯
ee
Narcy, M., 220
laws, 147, 148, 149“160, 163, 164; see
Natali, C., 205
also convention; justice; nomos
nature, 12, 42, 51, 62, 105, 128, 136,
learning. See education
leisure, 129 167, 184; see also phusis
navigation, 66, 76, 139, 261
l¯th¯/
e e lanthanein, 118, 278
Levinas, E., 2, 3, 263 nomos, 62, 107, 155
life/living, 2, 45, 50, 82, 87, 90, 91, 93, nous/ esis/
no¯ noein, 10, 20, 28“49, 72,
123, 177, 180, 193, 194, 195, 196,
94, 111, 238, 251, 289, 297, 304; see
also bios ; soul; z¯¯ 197, 200, 204, 209, 219, 236, 252,
oe
274, 299, 303
logistikon, 179
Nussbaum, M., 11, 213, 217, 269, 295
logos/legein, 2, 4, 8, 11, 25, 28, 37, 54,
57, 61, 67, 95, 107, 108, 110, 111,
oikonomik¯, 159
oikos/ e
112, 128, 131, 167, 171, 176, 177,
openness, 2, 18, 83, 85, 102, 126, 228,
178, 204, 219, 231, 275, 299, 306;
alienation of, 119, 198, 214, 215, 267, 269, 272, 293, 303; see also
receptivity
217, 231; see also voice
opinion, 73, 74, 180, 244; see also
Long, C., 172
dialectic; doxa
Lotito, G., 156
love, 264, 269, 274, 281; see also er¯s ; orexis, 17, 49, 111, 281
o
Owens, J., 17
friendship

MacIntyre, A., 213 paideia, 62, 124
Parmenides, 49
M` dera, R., 186
a
particularity, 71, 72, 76, 163, 165, 166,
Maimonides, 9, 11, 218
191, 195; see also singularity
manthanein, 21
passion, 18, 69, 72, 141; see also
Massignon, L., 9
mathematics, Galilean, 5 pathos
Mathie, W., 154 pathos, 18, 56, 69, 72, 217, 263, 275,
McKerlie, D., 154 280
Periander, 124
mean/middle, the, 125, 176
Pericles, 208
measure, 89, 144, 154, 276, 278,
Peters, F. E., 8
279
memory, 20, 21; see also education; phaner¯tatos, 51, 199, 211, 249,
o
mn¯m¯ ; sensation 299
ee
Merlan, P., 8 phantasia, 21, 202
Index of Subjects and Names 341

principles, 4, 5, 29, 38, 43, 188, 191,
phenomena: evidence of, 37, 198,
195, 221, 222, 223, 225; see also
227, 241, 249, 251, 255, 256; see also
arkh¯ ; demonstration; intellect;
phaner¯tatos ; trust e
o
science; trust
Phidias, 187
principle of non-contradiction, 225,
philia/ philein, 262, 264, 274, 283, 287,
226, 227, 231, 232, 233, 244
288
philosophia pr¯t¯, 3, 4, 12, 39 proairesis, 43, 55, 56, 141
oe
production, 24, 43, 50, 61, 77, 182,
philosophy, 44
183, 186; see also art; poi¯sis
ph¯n¯, 108 e
oe
Protagoras, 247
phron¯sis, 1, 4, 21, 180, 195, 205, 206,
e
prudence, 21, 180, 205, 206, 208, 212;
208, 212, 213, 218
see also phron¯sis
e
phusis, 9, 19, 31“42, 50, 54, 62, 107,
psukh¯, 54, 80, 109, 110, 276
e
183, 184
Pythagoras, 270, 273, 290, 293
physiology, 107, 109; see also
embodiment
Reale, G., 17, 238
pistis, 75, 188, 252, 253, 254
reason, 69, 95, 107, 140, 175, 306; see
Pizzolato, L., 278
Plato, 60, 74, 251, 270; Cratylus, 50, also logos
receptivity, 18, 126, 294, 303
82; divided line, 55, 105, 254; Laws,
Remondon, D., 9
270; Lysis, 270, 274; Phaedo, 271;
responsibility, 137; see also voluntary
Phaedrus, 54, 166, 273; Philebus, 69,
action
274, 293; Republic,55, 66, 67, 78, 82,
Ricoeur, P., 205
102, 104, 127, 129, 139, 162, 173,
Rist, J., 200
182, 217, 225, 254, 263, 268, 271,
Robinson, H., 3
273, 274, 284“285, 293, 306;
Rodrigo, P., 59
Symposium, 11, 81, 103, 264; Timaeus,
Rorty, A.O., 212
77, 78, 81, 274, 293
Ross, W.D., 201
pleasure, 88, 218, 297
poi¯sis/poiein, 20, 61, 77, 78, 115, 181,
e
Sallis, J., 78
183, 184, 297
Salomon, M., 162
poi¯tikon, 179
e
Scholasticism, 3
polis, 14, 40, 59, 128, 129, 131, 143,
Schmitt, Carl, 284
144, 145, 288, 293, 296
Schmitt, Charles B., 3
polit¯s, 129
e
Schroeder, B., 28
politics, 89, 146, 150, 162, 275, 288,
science, 3, 5, 6, 24, 29, 39, 57, 58, 70,
289, 297, 306; and ethics, 58, 78,
121, 143; see also community; polis 180, 185, 187, 189, 190, 192, 220,
222, 223; of wisdom, 24, 38, 41, 46,
Polyclitus, 187
Porphyry, 273 192, 223; see also epist¯m¯
ee
sensation, 5, 18, 19, 20, 21, 28, 31, 34,
potentiality/potency/power, 34, 43,
177, 195, 253, 297; see also aisth¯sis ;
e
58, 114; see also dunamis
intellect
practical, the: relation to the
separation, 41, 102, 110, 204, 303; see
theoretical, 4, 258, 306
also kh¯rismos ; transcendence
o
praktikos, 179
Severino, E., 220
praxis, 1, 3, 9, 24, 39, 55, 56, 57, 80, 90,
Sextus Empiricus, Adversus
95, 97, 123, 142, 177, 181, 258, 306
pre-Socratics, 5 Mathematicos, 70
Index of Subjects and Names
342

transcendence, 50, 103, 162, 204, 211,
Sherman, N., 217
simplicity, 306 238, 293, 301, 303
tradition, 10, 120“122, 253, 256; see
singularity, 94, 112, 131, 165, 191,
also community; convention; habit
266, 285; see also particularity
truth, 36, 89, 102, 180, 256, 257; see
Sisko, J., 200
slavery, 132, 133 also al¯theuein
e
trust, 74, 188, 189, 191, 198, 210, 227,
Socrates, 82, 102, 271, 306
241, 251, 252, 253, 254; see also pistis
sophia, 1, 4, 12, 26, 169, 180, 209, 210,
211, 213, 219, 275, 299
universality, 20, 23, 163, 164, 167, 191
Sophocles, Antigone, 56
unmoved mover, 50
Sorabji, R., 8
soul, 80, 91, 109; parts of, 110, 171,
Vajda, G., 9
174, 179; see also empsukhos ; life;
Vegetti, M., 292
psukh¯e
vice, 139
space, Cartesian, 5
virtue/excellence, 66, 96, 106, 109,
Speusippus, 101
Steenberghen, F. van, 3 116, 121, 122, 127, 148, 149, 180,
206, 262, 268, 306; see also aret¯ ;
Stoics, 14 e
happiness
voice, relation to speech, 107“109; see
tekhn¯, 23, 43, 55, 56, 59, 77,
e
also logos
78, 180, 181, 183, 184, 185,
voluntary action, 136, 138, 140, 141;
186
see also responsibility
teleology, 104, 238, 239, 251, 252,
Volpi, F., 143
255; see also end
telos, 91, 206
White, S., 213
Theiler, Willy, 200
wisdom, 26, 89, 169, 180, 209, 212,
theion, 85
Themistius, 203 213, 257, 275, 299, 306; see also
Theophrastus, 217, 251, 255, 304 sophia
wish, 141; see also boul¯sis
e
the¯r¯tikos, 90, 179
oe
the¯ria/the¯rein, 1, 9, 33, 86, 90,
o o
Xenocrates, 101
185, 202, 258, 296, 299, 306
theos, 10, 50
Yack, B., 162
thought/thinking, 96, 127; and
action, 123, 177; and desire, 178; see
Zanetti, G., 157, 265
also dianoia ; intellect; the¯ria
o
z¯¯/ en, 13, 87, 90, 94, 289
Thrasymachus, 162, 306 oe z¯

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