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Aristotle's Nicomachean Ethics AudioLearn

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Length: 1 hr and 20 mins
Categories: Classics, Non-fiction
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Welcome to Aristotle's Nicomachean Ethics AudioLearn, part of AudioLearn Philosophy Classics.

Nicomachean Ethics is a work with a long and revered history. An exact year of publication is not known. However, most scholars believe the book was written around 340 B.C.

The book is comprised of lectures Aristotle presented at the Lyceum. It is believed that the contents of Nicomachean Ethics were either edited by or dedicated to Nichomachus, the philosopher's son.

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waste of time

not a useful discussion of the underlying material, no real debate or explanation. the reader simply states in very simple terms what the conclusion of the arguments are. poor.