Aristotle’s Way: How Ancient Wisdom Can Change Your Life

Aristotle’s Way: How Ancient Wisdom Can Change Your Life

Aristotle was an extraordinary thinker, perhaps the greatest in history. Yet he was preoccupied by an ordinary question: how to be happy. His deepest belief was that we can all be happy in a meaningful, sustained way ? and he led by example. In this handbook to his timeless teachings, Professor Edith Hall shows how ancient thinking is precisely what we need today, even if y Aristotle was an extraordinary thinker, perhaps the greatest in history. Yet he was preoccupied by an ordinary ques...

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  • Michael
    Sep 30, 2018

    With these kind of books, it's really difficult to get the tone right. On the one hand you have a thinker who is considered one of the 'Fathers' of Western philosophy, on the other you have that modern pop psychology that aims to tell you how to live in however many steps. For the most...

    When writing a book like this, there?s a fine line between 1) staying true to the philosophical complexity of the original thinker, and 2) presenting those views in a simplified manner for popular consumption. Edith Hall perhaps leans a little too far to the latter, but I can?t fau...

    Aristotle's Way is an exploration of the famous philosopher's work which has been helpfully curated and thematically organised by Professor Edith Hall. I would describe it as a well-being oriented book, that explores themes such as happiness, society and the fulfilment of potential. I ...

    5 stars is not enough, I would give it 10. But I am already very keen on Aristotle and bore my friends and family with the word 'balance'. I now have a much better view of all his philosophy, from the virtues and developing your talents to mortality. I think it would be possible to tie...

    Drawing ideas from across Aristotle Hall seeks to show what a life lived virtuously (and by that she follows Aristotle in meaning excellently in accord with the capacities and nature we have rather than Christian ideas of virtue many alien to Aristotle) might be. There is a wide pepper...

    Okay to be honest I'm not sure what Aristotlean philosophy is like but through reading her breakdown on twelve different areas of life, I kind of get a sense of what it is all about. I think his philosophy is indeed still relevant to our lives today and am trying to actively adapt the ...

    An easy to read and wonderful self-thinking guide using Aristotle's wisdom. Very fresh approach and totally recommend it to anyone wanting to understand the nuts and bolts of of what the human mind associates happiness with. ...

    Superficial self help garbage: from the nauseating dedication to the banal last paragraph. ...

    Not avail in local libraries yet. Want to read this after hearing an interview with the author on our local public radio programme: "Edith Hall read Aristotle and tried to place him as the basis for a 21st century modern ethical scientific rational person. She says Aristotle prov...

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  • Dani
    Nov 23, 2018

    With these kind of books, it's really difficult to get the tone right. On the one hand you have a thinker who is considered one of the 'Fathers' of Western philosophy, on the other you have that modern pop psychology that aims to tell you how to live in however many steps. For the most...

    When writing a book like this, there?s a fine line between 1) staying true to the philosophical complexity of the original thinker, and 2) presenting those views in a simplified manner for popular consumption. Edith Hall perhaps leans a little too far to the latter, but I can?t fau...

    Aristotle's Way is an exploration of the famous philosopher's work which has been helpfully curated and thematically organised by Professor Edith Hall. I would describe it as a well-being oriented book, that explores themes such as happiness, society and the fulfilment of potential. I ...

    5 stars is not enough, I would give it 10. But I am already very keen on Aristotle and bore my friends and family with the word 'balance'. I now have a much better view of all his philosophy, from the virtues and developing your talents to mortality. I think it would be possible to tie...

    Drawing ideas from across Aristotle Hall seeks to show what a life lived virtuously (and by that she follows Aristotle in meaning excellently in accord with the capacities and nature we have rather than Christian ideas of virtue many alien to Aristotle) might be. There is a wide pepper...

    Okay to be honest I'm not sure what Aristotlean philosophy is like but through reading her breakdown on twelve different areas of life, I kind of get a sense of what it is all about. I think his philosophy is indeed still relevant to our lives today and am trying to actively adapt the ...

    An easy to read and wonderful self-thinking guide using Aristotle's wisdom. Very fresh approach and totally recommend it to anyone wanting to understand the nuts and bolts of of what the human mind associates happiness with. ...

    Superficial self help garbage: from the nauseating dedication to the banal last paragraph. ...

    Not avail in local libraries yet. Want to read this after hearing an interview with the author on our local public radio programme: "Edith Hall read Aristotle and tried to place him as the basis for a 21st century modern ethical scientific rational person. She says Aristotle prov...

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  • Augustin Erba
    Nov 11, 2018

    With these kind of books, it's really difficult to get the tone right. On the one hand you have a thinker who is considered one of the 'Fathers' of Western philosophy, on the other you have that modern pop psychology that aims to tell you how to live in however many steps. For the most...

    When writing a book like this, there?s a fine line between 1) staying true to the philosophical complexity of the original thinker, and 2) presenting those views in a simplified manner for popular consumption. Edith Hall perhaps leans a little too far to the latter, but I can?t fau...

    Aristotle's Way is an exploration of the famous philosopher's work which has been helpfully curated and thematically organised by Professor Edith Hall. I would describe it as a well-being oriented book, that explores themes such as happiness, society and the fulfilment of potential. I ...

    5 stars is not enough, I would give it 10. But I am already very keen on Aristotle and bore my friends and family with the word 'balance'. I now have a much better view of all his philosophy, from the virtues and developing your talents to mortality. I think it would be possible to tie...

    Drawing ideas from across Aristotle Hall seeks to show what a life lived virtuously (and by that she follows Aristotle in meaning excellently in accord with the capacities and nature we have rather than Christian ideas of virtue many alien to Aristotle) might be. There is a wide pepper...

    Okay to be honest I'm not sure what Aristotlean philosophy is like but through reading her breakdown on twelve different areas of life, I kind of get a sense of what it is all about. I think his philosophy is indeed still relevant to our lives today and am trying to actively adapt the ...

    An easy to read and wonderful self-thinking guide using Aristotle's wisdom. Very fresh approach and totally recommend it to anyone wanting to understand the nuts and bolts of of what the human mind associates happiness with. ...

    Superficial self help garbage: from the nauseating dedication to the banal last paragraph. ...

    Not avail in local libraries yet. Want to read this after hearing an interview with the author on our local public radio programme: "Edith Hall read Aristotle and tried to place him as the basis for a 21st century modern ethical scientific rational person. She says Aristotle prov...

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  • Rehan Qayoom
    May 01, 2018

    With these kind of books, it's really difficult to get the tone right. On the one hand you have a thinker who is considered one of the 'Fathers' of Western philosophy, on the other you have that modern pop psychology that aims to tell you how to live in however many steps. For the most...

    When writing a book like this, there?s a fine line between 1) staying true to the philosophical complexity of the original thinker, and 2) presenting those views in a simplified manner for popular consumption. Edith Hall perhaps leans a little too far to the latter, but I can?t fau...

    Aristotle's Way is an exploration of the famous philosopher's work which has been helpfully curated and thematically organised by Professor Edith Hall. I would describe it as a well-being oriented book, that explores themes such as happiness, society and the fulfilment of potential. I ...

    5 stars is not enough, I would give it 10. But I am already very keen on Aristotle and bore my friends and family with the word 'balance'. I now have a much better view of all his philosophy, from the virtues and developing your talents to mortality. I think it would be possible to tie...

    Drawing ideas from across Aristotle Hall seeks to show what a life lived virtuously (and by that she follows Aristotle in meaning excellently in accord with the capacities and nature we have rather than Christian ideas of virtue many alien to Aristotle) might be. There is a wide pepper...

    Okay to be honest I'm not sure what Aristotlean philosophy is like but through reading her breakdown on twelve different areas of life, I kind of get a sense of what it is all about. I think his philosophy is indeed still relevant to our lives today and am trying to actively adapt the ...

    An easy to read and wonderful self-thinking guide using Aristotle's wisdom. Very fresh approach and totally recommend it to anyone wanting to understand the nuts and bolts of of what the human mind associates happiness with. ...

    Superficial self help garbage: from the nauseating dedication to the banal last paragraph. ...

    Not avail in local libraries yet. Want to read this after hearing an interview with the author on our local public radio programme: "Edith Hall read Aristotle and tried to place him as the basis for a 21st century modern ethical scientific rational person. She says Aristotle prov...

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  • Christina
    Nov 02, 2018

    With these kind of books, it's really difficult to get the tone right. On the one hand you have a thinker who is considered one of the 'Fathers' of Western philosophy, on the other you have that modern pop psychology that aims to tell you how to live in however many steps. For the most...

    When writing a book like this, there?s a fine line between 1) staying true to the philosophical complexity of the original thinker, and 2) presenting those views in a simplified manner for popular consumption. Edith Hall perhaps leans a little too far to the latter, but I can?t fau...

    Aristotle's Way is an exploration of the famous philosopher's work which has been helpfully curated and thematically organised by Professor Edith Hall. I would describe it as a well-being oriented book, that explores themes such as happiness, society and the fulfilment of potential. I ...

    5 stars is not enough, I would give it 10. But I am already very keen on Aristotle and bore my friends and family with the word 'balance'. I now have a much better view of all his philosophy, from the virtues and developing your talents to mortality. I think it would be possible to tie...

    Drawing ideas from across Aristotle Hall seeks to show what a life lived virtuously (and by that she follows Aristotle in meaning excellently in accord with the capacities and nature we have rather than Christian ideas of virtue many alien to Aristotle) might be. There is a wide pepper...

    Okay to be honest I'm not sure what Aristotlean philosophy is like but through reading her breakdown on twelve different areas of life, I kind of get a sense of what it is all about. I think his philosophy is indeed still relevant to our lives today and am trying to actively adapt the ...

    An easy to read and wonderful self-thinking guide using Aristotle's wisdom. Very fresh approach and totally recommend it to anyone wanting to understand the nuts and bolts of of what the human mind associates happiness with. ...

    Superficial self help garbage: from the nauseating dedication to the banal last paragraph. ...

    Not avail in local libraries yet. Want to read this after hearing an interview with the author on our local public radio programme: "Edith Hall read Aristotle and tried to place him as the basis for a 21st century modern ethical scientific rational person. She says Aristotle prov...

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  • Barbara
    Nov 24, 2018

    With these kind of books, it's really difficult to get the tone right. On the one hand you have a thinker who is considered one of the 'Fathers' of Western philosophy, on the other you have that modern pop psychology that aims to tell you how to live in however many steps. For the most...

    When writing a book like this, there?s a fine line between 1) staying true to the philosophical complexity of the original thinker, and 2) presenting those views in a simplified manner for popular consumption. Edith Hall perhaps leans a little too far to the latter, but I can?t fau...

    Aristotle's Way is an exploration of the famous philosopher's work which has been helpfully curated and thematically organised by Professor Edith Hall. I would describe it as a well-being oriented book, that explores themes such as happiness, society and the fulfilment of potential. I ...

    5 stars is not enough, I would give it 10. But I am already very keen on Aristotle and bore my friends and family with the word 'balance'. I now have a much better view of all his philosophy, from the virtues and developing your talents to mortality. I think it would be possible to tie...

  • Federicolanger
    Nov 30, 2018

    With these kind of books, it's really difficult to get the tone right. On the one hand you have a thinker who is considered one of the 'Fathers' of Western philosophy, on the other you have that modern pop psychology that aims to tell you how to live in however many steps. For the most...

    When writing a book like this, there?s a fine line between 1) staying true to the philosophical complexity of the original thinker, and 2) presenting those views in a simplified manner for popular consumption. Edith Hall perhaps leans a little too far to the latter, but I can?t fau...

    Aristotle's Way is an exploration of the famous philosopher's work which has been helpfully curated and thematically organised by Professor Edith Hall. I would describe it as a well-being oriented book, that explores themes such as happiness, society and the fulfilment of potential. I ...

    5 stars is not enough, I would give it 10. But I am already very keen on Aristotle and bore my friends and family with the word 'balance'. I now have a much better view of all his philosophy, from the virtues and developing your talents to mortality. I think it would be possible to tie...

    Drawing ideas from across Aristotle Hall seeks to show what a life lived virtuously (and by that she follows Aristotle in meaning excellently in accord with the capacities and nature we have rather than Christian ideas of virtue many alien to Aristotle) might be. There is a wide pepper...

    Okay to be honest I'm not sure what Aristotlean philosophy is like but through reading her breakdown on twelve different areas of life, I kind of get a sense of what it is all about. I think his philosophy is indeed still relevant to our lives today and am trying to actively adapt the ...

    An easy to read and wonderful self-thinking guide using Aristotle's wisdom. Very fresh approach and totally recommend it to anyone wanting to understand the nuts and bolts of of what the human mind associates happiness with. ...

    Superficial self help garbage: from the nauseating dedication to the banal last paragraph. ...

    Not avail in local libraries yet. Want to read this after hearing an interview with the author on our local public radio programme: "Edith Hall read Aristotle and tried to place him as the basis for a 21st century modern ethical scientific rational person. She says Aristotle prov...

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  • Ralitsa Mitova
    Nov 17, 2018

    With these kind of books, it's really difficult to get the tone right. On the one hand you have a thinker who is considered one of the 'Fathers' of Western philosophy, on the other you have that modern pop psychology that aims to tell you how to live in however many steps. For the most...

    When writing a book like this, there?s a fine line between 1) staying true to the philosophical complexity of the original thinker, and 2) presenting those views in a simplified manner for popular consumption. Edith Hall perhaps leans a little too far to the latter, but I can?t fau...

    Aristotle's Way is an exploration of the famous philosopher's work which has been helpfully curated and thematically organised by Professor Edith Hall. I would describe it as a well-being oriented book, that explores themes such as happiness, society and the fulfilment of potential. I ...

    5 stars is not enough, I would give it 10. But I am already very keen on Aristotle and bore my friends and family with the word 'balance'. I now have a much better view of all his philosophy, from the virtues and developing your talents to mortality. I think it would be possible to tie...

    Drawing ideas from across Aristotle Hall seeks to show what a life lived virtuously (and by that she follows Aristotle in meaning excellently in accord with the capacities and nature we have rather than Christian ideas of virtue many alien to Aristotle) might be. There is a wide pepper...

    Okay to be honest I'm not sure what Aristotlean philosophy is like but through reading her breakdown on twelve different areas of life, I kind of get a sense of what it is all about. I think his philosophy is indeed still relevant to our lives today and am trying to actively adapt the ...

    An easy to read and wonderful self-thinking guide using Aristotle's wisdom. Very fresh approach and totally recommend it to anyone wanting to understand the nuts and bolts of of what the human mind associates happiness with. ...

    Superficial self help garbage: from the nauseating dedication to the banal last paragraph. ...

    Not avail in local libraries yet. Want to read this after hearing an interview with the author on our local public radio programme: "Edith Hall read Aristotle and tried to place him as the basis for a 21st century modern ethical scientific rational person. She says Aristotle prov...

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  • James Miller
    Jun 15, 2018

    With these kind of books, it's really difficult to get the tone right. On the one hand you have a thinker who is considered one of the 'Fathers' of Western philosophy, on the other you have that modern pop psychology that aims to tell you how to live in however many steps. For the most...

    When writing a book like this, there?s a fine line between 1) staying true to the philosophical complexity of the original thinker, and 2) presenting those views in a simplified manner for popular consumption. Edith Hall perhaps leans a little too far to the latter, but I can?t fau...

    Aristotle's Way is an exploration of the famous philosopher's work which has been helpfully curated and thematically organised by Professor Edith Hall. I would describe it as a well-being oriented book, that explores themes such as happiness, society and the fulfilment of potential. I ...

    5 stars is not enough, I would give it 10. But I am already very keen on Aristotle and bore my friends and family with the word 'balance'. I now have a much better view of all his philosophy, from the virtues and developing your talents to mortality. I think it would be possible to tie...

    Drawing ideas from across Aristotle Hall seeks to show what a life lived virtuously (and by that she follows Aristotle in meaning excellently in accord with the capacities and nature we have rather than Christian ideas of virtue many alien to Aristotle) might be. There is a wide pepper...

  • Gisela
    Dec 09, 2016

    With these kind of books, it's really difficult to get the tone right. On the one hand you have a thinker who is considered one of the 'Fathers' of Western philosophy, on the other you have that modern pop psychology that aims to tell you how to live in however many steps. For the most...

    When writing a book like this, there?s a fine line between 1) staying true to the philosophical complexity of the original thinker, and 2) presenting those views in a simplified manner for popular consumption. Edith Hall perhaps leans a little too far to the latter, but I can?t fau...

    Aristotle's Way is an exploration of the famous philosopher's work which has been helpfully curated and thematically organised by Professor Edith Hall. I would describe it as a well-being oriented book, that explores themes such as happiness, society and the fulfilment of potential. I ...

    5 stars is not enough, I would give it 10. But I am already very keen on Aristotle and bore my friends and family with the word 'balance'. I now have a much better view of all his philosophy, from the virtues and developing your talents to mortality. I think it would be possible to tie...

    Drawing ideas from across Aristotle Hall seeks to show what a life lived virtuously (and by that she follows Aristotle in meaning excellently in accord with the capacities and nature we have rather than Christian ideas of virtue many alien to Aristotle) might be. There is a wide pepper...

    Okay to be honest I'm not sure what Aristotlean philosophy is like but through reading her breakdown on twelve different areas of life, I kind of get a sense of what it is all about. I think his philosophy is indeed still relevant to our lives today and am trying to actively adapt the ...

    An easy to read and wonderful self-thinking guide using Aristotle's wisdom. Very fresh approach and totally recommend it to anyone wanting to understand the nuts and bolts of of what the human mind associates happiness with. ...

    Superficial self help garbage: from the nauseating dedication to the banal last paragraph. ...

    Not avail in local libraries yet. Want to read this after hearing an interview with the author on our local public radio programme: "Edith Hall read Aristotle and tried to place him as the basis for a 21st century modern ethical scientific rational person. She says Aristotle prov...

  • Jericho Eames
    Dec 10, 2018

    With these kind of books, it's really difficult to get the tone right. On the one hand you have a thinker who is considered one of the 'Fathers' of Western philosophy, on the other you have that modern pop psychology that aims to tell you how to live in however many steps. For the most...

    When writing a book like this, there?s a fine line between 1) staying true to the philosophical complexity of the original thinker, and 2) presenting those views in a simplified manner for popular consumption. Edith Hall perhaps leans a little too far to the latter, but I can?t fau...

    Aristotle's Way is an exploration of the famous philosopher's work which has been helpfully curated and thematically organised by Professor Edith Hall. I would describe it as a well-being oriented book, that explores themes such as happiness, society and the fulfilment of potential. I ...

    5 stars is not enough, I would give it 10. But I am already very keen on Aristotle and bore my friends and family with the word 'balance'. I now have a much better view of all his philosophy, from the virtues and developing your talents to mortality. I think it would be possible to tie...

    Drawing ideas from across Aristotle Hall seeks to show what a life lived virtuously (and by that she follows Aristotle in meaning excellently in accord with the capacities and nature we have rather than Christian ideas of virtue many alien to Aristotle) might be. There is a wide pepper...

    Okay to be honest I'm not sure what Aristotlean philosophy is like but through reading her breakdown on twelve different areas of life, I kind of get a sense of what it is all about. I think his philosophy is indeed still relevant to our lives today and am trying to actively adapt the ...

  • Ryan Boissonneault
    Jan 20, 2019

    With these kind of books, it's really difficult to get the tone right. On the one hand you have a thinker who is considered one of the 'Fathers' of Western philosophy, on the other you have that modern pop psychology that aims to tell you how to live in however many steps. For the most...

    When writing a book like this, there?s a fine line between 1) staying true to the philosophical complexity of the original thinker, and 2) presenting those views in a simplified manner for popular consumption. Edith Hall perhaps leans a little too far to the latter, but I can?t fau...

  • ➳Ðeborah⋄
    Dec 17, 2018

    With these kind of books, it's really difficult to get the tone right. On the one hand you have a thinker who is considered one of the 'Fathers' of Western philosophy, on the other you have that modern pop psychology that aims to tell you how to live in however many steps. For the most...

    When writing a book like this, there?s a fine line between 1) staying true to the philosophical complexity of the original thinker, and 2) presenting those views in a simplified manner for popular consumption. Edith Hall perhaps leans a little too far to the latter, but I can?t fau...

    Aristotle's Way is an exploration of the famous philosopher's work which has been helpfully curated and thematically organised by Professor Edith Hall. I would describe it as a well-being oriented book, that explores themes such as happiness, society and the fulfilment of potential. I ...

    5 stars is not enough, I would give it 10. But I am already very keen on Aristotle and bore my friends and family with the word 'balance'. I now have a much better view of all his philosophy, from the virtues and developing your talents to mortality. I think it would be possible to tie...

    Drawing ideas from across Aristotle Hall seeks to show what a life lived virtuously (and by that she follows Aristotle in meaning excellently in accord with the capacities and nature we have rather than Christian ideas of virtue many alien to Aristotle) might be. There is a wide pepper...

    Okay to be honest I'm not sure what Aristotlean philosophy is like but through reading her breakdown on twelve different areas of life, I kind of get a sense of what it is all about. I think his philosophy is indeed still relevant to our lives today and am trying to actively adapt the ...

    An easy to read and wonderful self-thinking guide using Aristotle's wisdom. Very fresh approach and totally recommend it to anyone wanting to understand the nuts and bolts of of what the human mind associates happiness with. ...

    Superficial self help garbage: from the nauseating dedication to the banal last paragraph. ...

    Not avail in local libraries yet. Want to read this after hearing an interview with the author on our local public radio programme: "Edith Hall read Aristotle and tried to place him as the basis for a 21st century modern ethical scientific rational person. She says Aristotle prov...

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  • Emma
    Oct 17, 2018

    With these kind of books, it's really difficult to get the tone right. On the one hand you have a thinker who is considered one of the 'Fathers' of Western philosophy, on the other you have that modern pop psychology that aims to tell you how to live in however many steps. For the most...

  • Steve Pickard
    Aug 05, 2018

    With these kind of books, it's really difficult to get the tone right. On the one hand you have a thinker who is considered one of the 'Fathers' of Western philosophy, on the other you have that modern pop psychology that aims to tell you how to live in however many steps. For the most...

    When writing a book like this, there?s a fine line between 1) staying true to the philosophical complexity of the original thinker, and 2) presenting those views in a simplified manner for popular consumption. Edith Hall perhaps leans a little too far to the latter, but I can?t fau...

    Aristotle's Way is an exploration of the famous philosopher's work which has been helpfully curated and thematically organised by Professor Edith Hall. I would describe it as a well-being oriented book, that explores themes such as happiness, society and the fulfilment of potential. I ...

  • Frank Nola
    Jun 30, 2018

    With these kind of books, it's really difficult to get the tone right. On the one hand you have a thinker who is considered one of the 'Fathers' of Western philosophy, on the other you have that modern pop psychology that aims to tell you how to live in however many steps. For the most...

    When writing a book like this, there?s a fine line between 1) staying true to the philosophical complexity of the original thinker, and 2) presenting those views in a simplified manner for popular consumption. Edith Hall perhaps leans a little too far to the latter, but I can?t fau...

    Aristotle's Way is an exploration of the famous philosopher's work which has been helpfully curated and thematically organised by Professor Edith Hall. I would describe it as a well-being oriented book, that explores themes such as happiness, society and the fulfilment of potential. I ...

    5 stars is not enough, I would give it 10. But I am already very keen on Aristotle and bore my friends and family with the word 'balance'. I now have a much better view of all his philosophy, from the virtues and developing your talents to mortality. I think it would be possible to tie...

    Drawing ideas from across Aristotle Hall seeks to show what a life lived virtuously (and by that she follows Aristotle in meaning excellently in accord with the capacities and nature we have rather than Christian ideas of virtue many alien to Aristotle) might be. There is a wide pepper...

    Okay to be honest I'm not sure what Aristotlean philosophy is like but through reading her breakdown on twelve different areas of life, I kind of get a sense of what it is all about. I think his philosophy is indeed still relevant to our lives today and am trying to actively adapt the ...

    An easy to read and wonderful self-thinking guide using Aristotle's wisdom. Very fresh approach and totally recommend it to anyone wanting to understand the nuts and bolts of of what the human mind associates happiness with. ...

    Superficial self help garbage: from the nauseating dedication to the banal last paragraph. ...

    Not avail in local libraries yet. Want to read this after hearing an interview with the author on our local public radio programme: "Edith Hall read Aristotle and tried to place him as the basis for a 21st century modern ethical scientific rational person. She says Aristotle prov...

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  • Anjul Tiwari
    Jul 16, 2018

    With these kind of books, it's really difficult to get the tone right. On the one hand you have a thinker who is considered one of the 'Fathers' of Western philosophy, on the other you have that modern pop psychology that aims to tell you how to live in however many steps. For the most...

    When writing a book like this, there?s a fine line between 1) staying true to the philosophical complexity of the original thinker, and 2) presenting those views in a simplified manner for popular consumption. Edith Hall perhaps leans a little too far to the latter, but I can?t fau...

    Aristotle's Way is an exploration of the famous philosopher's work which has been helpfully curated and thematically organised by Professor Edith Hall. I would describe it as a well-being oriented book, that explores themes such as happiness, society and the fulfilment of potential. I ...

    5 stars is not enough, I would give it 10. But I am already very keen on Aristotle and bore my friends and family with the word 'balance'. I now have a much better view of all his philosophy, from the virtues and developing your talents to mortality. I think it would be possible to tie...

    Drawing ideas from across Aristotle Hall seeks to show what a life lived virtuously (and by that she follows Aristotle in meaning excellently in accord with the capacities and nature we have rather than Christian ideas of virtue many alien to Aristotle) might be. There is a wide pepper...

    Okay to be honest I'm not sure what Aristotlean philosophy is like but through reading her breakdown on twelve different areas of life, I kind of get a sense of what it is all about. I think his philosophy is indeed still relevant to our lives today and am trying to actively adapt the ...

    An easy to read and wonderful self-thinking guide using Aristotle's wisdom. Very fresh approach and totally recommend it to anyone wanting to understand the nuts and bolts of of what the human mind associates happiness with. ...

    Superficial self help garbage: from the nauseating dedication to the banal last paragraph. ...

    Not avail in local libraries yet. Want to read this after hearing an interview with the author on our local public radio programme: "Edith Hall read Aristotle and tried to place him as the basis for a 21st century modern ethical scientific rational person. She says Aristotle prov...

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  • David Mottershead
    Aug 25, 2018

    With these kind of books, it's really difficult to get the tone right. On the one hand you have a thinker who is considered one of the 'Fathers' of Western philosophy, on the other you have that modern pop psychology that aims to tell you how to live in however many steps. For the most...

    When writing a book like this, there?s a fine line between 1) staying true to the philosophical complexity of the original thinker, and 2) presenting those views in a simplified manner for popular consumption. Edith Hall perhaps leans a little too far to the latter, but I can?t fau...

    Aristotle's Way is an exploration of the famous philosopher's work which has been helpfully curated and thematically organised by Professor Edith Hall. I would describe it as a well-being oriented book, that explores themes such as happiness, society and the fulfilment of potential. I ...

    5 stars is not enough, I would give it 10. But I am already very keen on Aristotle and bore my friends and family with the word 'balance'. I now have a much better view of all his philosophy, from the virtues and developing your talents to mortality. I think it would be possible to tie...

    Drawing ideas from across Aristotle Hall seeks to show what a life lived virtuously (and by that she follows Aristotle in meaning excellently in accord with the capacities and nature we have rather than Christian ideas of virtue many alien to Aristotle) might be. There is a wide pepper...

    Okay to be honest I'm not sure what Aristotlean philosophy is like but through reading her breakdown on twelve different areas of life, I kind of get a sense of what it is all about. I think his philosophy is indeed still relevant to our lives today and am trying to actively adapt the ...

    An easy to read and wonderful self-thinking guide using Aristotle's wisdom. Very fresh approach and totally recommend it to anyone wanting to understand the nuts and bolts of of what the human mind associates happiness with. ...

    Superficial self help garbage: from the nauseating dedication to the banal last paragraph. ...

    Not avail in local libraries yet. Want to read this after hearing an interview with the author on our local public radio programme: "Edith Hall read Aristotle and tried to place him as the basis for a 21st century modern ethical scientific rational person. She says Aristotle prov...

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  • Aretha Ven
    May 08, 2018

    With these kind of books, it's really difficult to get the tone right. On the one hand you have a thinker who is considered one of the 'Fathers' of Western philosophy, on the other you have that modern pop psychology that aims to tell you how to live in however many steps. For the most...

    When writing a book like this, there?s a fine line between 1) staying true to the philosophical complexity of the original thinker, and 2) presenting those views in a simplified manner for popular consumption. Edith Hall perhaps leans a little too far to the latter, but I can?t fau...

    Aristotle's Way is an exploration of the famous philosopher's work which has been helpfully curated and thematically organised by Professor Edith Hall. I would describe it as a well-being oriented book, that explores themes such as happiness, society and the fulfilment of potential. I ...

    5 stars is not enough, I would give it 10. But I am already very keen on Aristotle and bore my friends and family with the word 'balance'. I now have a much better view of all his philosophy, from the virtues and developing your talents to mortality. I think it would be possible to tie...

    Drawing ideas from across Aristotle Hall seeks to show what a life lived virtuously (and by that she follows Aristotle in meaning excellently in accord with the capacities and nature we have rather than Christian ideas of virtue many alien to Aristotle) might be. There is a wide pepper...

    Okay to be honest I'm not sure what Aristotlean philosophy is like but through reading her breakdown on twelve different areas of life, I kind of get a sense of what it is all about. I think his philosophy is indeed still relevant to our lives today and am trying to actively adapt the ...

    An easy to read and wonderful self-thinking guide using Aristotle's wisdom. Very fresh approach and totally recommend it to anyone wanting to understand the nuts and bolts of of what the human mind associates happiness with. ...

    Superficial self help garbage: from the nauseating dedication to the banal last paragraph. ...

    Not avail in local libraries yet. Want to read this after hearing an interview with the author on our local public radio programme: "Edith Hall read Aristotle and tried to place him as the basis for a 21st century modern ethical scientific rational person. She says Aristotle prov...

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  • Efthalia
    Aug 15, 2018

    With these kind of books, it's really difficult to get the tone right. On the one hand you have a thinker who is considered one of the 'Fathers' of Western philosophy, on the other you have that modern pop psychology that aims to tell you how to live in however many steps. For the most...

    When writing a book like this, there?s a fine line between 1) staying true to the philosophical complexity of the original thinker, and 2) presenting those views in a simplified manner for popular consumption. Edith Hall perhaps leans a little too far to the latter, but I can?t fau...

    Aristotle's Way is an exploration of the famous philosopher's work which has been helpfully curated and thematically organised by Professor Edith Hall. I would describe it as a well-being oriented book, that explores themes such as happiness, society and the fulfilment of potential. I ...

    5 stars is not enough, I would give it 10. But I am already very keen on Aristotle and bore my friends and family with the word 'balance'. I now have a much better view of all his philosophy, from the virtues and developing your talents to mortality. I think it would be possible to tie...

    Drawing ideas from across Aristotle Hall seeks to show what a life lived virtuously (and by that she follows Aristotle in meaning excellently in accord with the capacities and nature we have rather than Christian ideas of virtue many alien to Aristotle) might be. There is a wide pepper...

    Okay to be honest I'm not sure what Aristotlean philosophy is like but through reading her breakdown on twelve different areas of life, I kind of get a sense of what it is all about. I think his philosophy is indeed still relevant to our lives today and am trying to actively adapt the ...

    An easy to read and wonderful self-thinking guide using Aristotle's wisdom. Very fresh approach and totally recommend it to anyone wanting to understand the nuts and bolts of of what the human mind associates happiness with. ...

  • peter aarts
    Nov 26, 2018

    With these kind of books, it's really difficult to get the tone right. On the one hand you have a thinker who is considered one of the 'Fathers' of Western philosophy, on the other you have that modern pop psychology that aims to tell you how to live in however many steps. For the most...

    When writing a book like this, there?s a fine line between 1) staying true to the philosophical complexity of the original thinker, and 2) presenting those views in a simplified manner for popular consumption. Edith Hall perhaps leans a little too far to the latter, but I can?t fau...

    Aristotle's Way is an exploration of the famous philosopher's work which has been helpfully curated and thematically organised by Professor Edith Hall. I would describe it as a well-being oriented book, that explores themes such as happiness, society and the fulfilment of potential. I ...

    5 stars is not enough, I would give it 10. But I am already very keen on Aristotle and bore my friends and family with the word 'balance'. I now have a much better view of all his philosophy, from the virtues and developing your talents to mortality. I think it would be possible to tie...

    Drawing ideas from across Aristotle Hall seeks to show what a life lived virtuously (and by that she follows Aristotle in meaning excellently in accord with the capacities and nature we have rather than Christian ideas of virtue many alien to Aristotle) might be. There is a wide pepper...

    Okay to be honest I'm not sure what Aristotlean philosophy is like but through reading her breakdown on twelve different areas of life, I kind of get a sense of what it is all about. I think his philosophy is indeed still relevant to our lives today and am trying to actively adapt the ...

    An easy to read and wonderful self-thinking guide using Aristotle's wisdom. Very fresh approach and totally recommend it to anyone wanting to understand the nuts and bolts of of what the human mind associates happiness with. ...

    Superficial self help garbage: from the nauseating dedication to the banal last paragraph. ...

    Not avail in local libraries yet. Want to read this after hearing an interview with the author on our local public radio programme: "Edith Hall read Aristotle and tried to place him as the basis for a 21st century modern ethical scientific rational person. She says Aristotle prov...

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  • Mrs C D Cox
    Aug 09, 2018

    With these kind of books, it's really difficult to get the tone right. On the one hand you have a thinker who is considered one of the 'Fathers' of Western philosophy, on the other you have that modern pop psychology that aims to tell you how to live in however many steps. For the most...

    When writing a book like this, there?s a fine line between 1) staying true to the philosophical complexity of the original thinker, and 2) presenting those views in a simplified manner for popular consumption. Edith Hall perhaps leans a little too far to the latter, but I can?t fau...

    Aristotle's Way is an exploration of the famous philosopher's work which has been helpfully curated and thematically organised by Professor Edith Hall. I would describe it as a well-being oriented book, that explores themes such as happiness, society and the fulfilment of potential. I ...

    5 stars is not enough, I would give it 10. But I am already very keen on Aristotle and bore my friends and family with the word 'balance'. I now have a much better view of all his philosophy, from the virtues and developing your talents to mortality. I think it would be possible to tie...

    Drawing ideas from across Aristotle Hall seeks to show what a life lived virtuously (and by that she follows Aristotle in meaning excellently in accord with the capacities and nature we have rather than Christian ideas of virtue many alien to Aristotle) might be. There is a wide pepper...

    Okay to be honest I'm not sure what Aristotlean philosophy is like but through reading her breakdown on twelve different areas of life, I kind of get a sense of what it is all about. I think his philosophy is indeed still relevant to our lives today and am trying to actively adapt the ...

    An easy to read and wonderful self-thinking guide using Aristotle's wisdom. Very fresh approach and totally recommend it to anyone wanting to understand the nuts and bolts of of what the human mind associates happiness with. ...

    Superficial self help garbage: from the nauseating dedication to the banal last paragraph. ...

    Not avail in local libraries yet. Want to read this after hearing an interview with the author on our local public radio programme: "Edith Hall read Aristotle and tried to place him as the basis for a 21st century modern ethical scientific rational person. She says Aristotle prov...

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  • Izzy
    Jun 02, 2018

    With these kind of books, it's really difficult to get the tone right. On the one hand you have a thinker who is considered one of the 'Fathers' of Western philosophy, on the other you have that modern pop psychology that aims to tell you how to live in however many steps. For the most...

    When writing a book like this, there?s a fine line between 1) staying true to the philosophical complexity of the original thinker, and 2) presenting those views in a simplified manner for popular consumption. Edith Hall perhaps leans a little too far to the latter, but I can?t fau...

    Aristotle's Way is an exploration of the famous philosopher's work which has been helpfully curated and thematically organised by Professor Edith Hall. I would describe it as a well-being oriented book, that explores themes such as happiness, society and the fulfilment of potential. I ...

    5 stars is not enough, I would give it 10. But I am already very keen on Aristotle and bore my friends and family with the word 'balance'. I now have a much better view of all his philosophy, from the virtues and developing your talents to mortality. I think it would be possible to tie...

    Drawing ideas from across Aristotle Hall seeks to show what a life lived virtuously (and by that she follows Aristotle in meaning excellently in accord with the capacities and nature we have rather than Christian ideas of virtue many alien to Aristotle) might be. There is a wide pepper...

    Okay to be honest I'm not sure what Aristotlean philosophy is like but through reading her breakdown on twelve different areas of life, I kind of get a sense of what it is all about. I think his philosophy is indeed still relevant to our lives today and am trying to actively adapt the ...

    An easy to read and wonderful self-thinking guide using Aristotle's wisdom. Very fresh approach and totally recommend it to anyone wanting to understand the nuts and bolts of of what the human mind associates happiness with. ...

    Superficial self help garbage: from the nauseating dedication to the banal last paragraph. ...

    Not avail in local libraries yet. Want to read this after hearing an interview with the author on our local public radio programme: "Edith Hall read Aristotle and tried to place him as the basis for a 21st century modern ethical scientific rational person. She says Aristotle prov...

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  • Sue H
    Dec 02, 2018

    With these kind of books, it's really difficult to get the tone right. On the one hand you have a thinker who is considered one of the 'Fathers' of Western philosophy, on the other you have that modern pop psychology that aims to tell you how to live in however many steps. For the most...

    When writing a book like this, there?s a fine line between 1) staying true to the philosophical complexity of the original thinker, and 2) presenting those views in a simplified manner for popular consumption. Edith Hall perhaps leans a little too far to the latter, but I can?t fau...

    Aristotle's Way is an exploration of the famous philosopher's work which has been helpfully curated and thematically organised by Professor Edith Hall. I would describe it as a well-being oriented book, that explores themes such as happiness, society and the fulfilment of potential. I ...

    5 stars is not enough, I would give it 10. But I am already very keen on Aristotle and bore my friends and family with the word 'balance'. I now have a much better view of all his philosophy, from the virtues and developing your talents to mortality. I think it would be possible to tie...

    Drawing ideas from across Aristotle Hall seeks to show what a life lived virtuously (and by that she follows Aristotle in meaning excellently in accord with the capacities and nature we have rather than Christian ideas of virtue many alien to Aristotle) might be. There is a wide pepper...

    Okay to be honest I'm not sure what Aristotlean philosophy is like but through reading her breakdown on twelve different areas of life, I kind of get a sense of what it is all about. I think his philosophy is indeed still relevant to our lives today and am trying to actively adapt the ...

    An easy to read and wonderful self-thinking guide using Aristotle's wisdom. Very fresh approach and totally recommend it to anyone wanting to understand the nuts and bolts of of what the human mind associates happiness with. ...

    Superficial self help garbage: from the nauseating dedication to the banal last paragraph. ...

    Not avail in local libraries yet. Want to read this after hearing an interview with the author on our local public radio programme: "Edith Hall read Aristotle and tried to place him as the basis for a 21st century modern ethical scientific rational person. She says Aristotle prov...

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  • Paul Hayman
    May 13, 2018

    With these kind of books, it's really difficult to get the tone right. On the one hand you have a thinker who is considered one of the 'Fathers' of Western philosophy, on the other you have that modern pop psychology that aims to tell you how to live in however many steps. For the most...

    When writing a book like this, there?s a fine line between 1) staying true to the philosophical complexity of the original thinker, and 2) presenting those views in a simplified manner for popular consumption. Edith Hall perhaps leans a little too far to the latter, but I can?t fau...

    Aristotle's Way is an exploration of the famous philosopher's work which has been helpfully curated and thematically organised by Professor Edith Hall. I would describe it as a well-being oriented book, that explores themes such as happiness, society and the fulfilment of potential. I ...

    5 stars is not enough, I would give it 10. But I am already very keen on Aristotle and bore my friends and family with the word 'balance'. I now have a much better view of all his philosophy, from the virtues and developing your talents to mortality. I think it would be possible to tie...

    Drawing ideas from across Aristotle Hall seeks to show what a life lived virtuously (and by that she follows Aristotle in meaning excellently in accord with the capacities and nature we have rather than Christian ideas of virtue many alien to Aristotle) might be. There is a wide pepper...

    Okay to be honest I'm not sure what Aristotlean philosophy is like but through reading her breakdown on twelve different areas of life, I kind of get a sense of what it is all about. I think his philosophy is indeed still relevant to our lives today and am trying to actively adapt the ...

    An easy to read and wonderful self-thinking guide using Aristotle's wisdom. Very fresh approach and totally recommend it to anyone wanting to understand the nuts and bolts of of what the human mind associates happiness with. ...

    Superficial self help garbage: from the nauseating dedication to the banal last paragraph. ...

  • Patrick Beauchamp
    Jul 29, 2018

    With these kind of books, it's really difficult to get the tone right. On the one hand you have a thinker who is considered one of the 'Fathers' of Western philosophy, on the other you have that modern pop psychology that aims to tell you how to live in however many steps. For the most...

    When writing a book like this, there?s a fine line between 1) staying true to the philosophical complexity of the original thinker, and 2) presenting those views in a simplified manner for popular consumption. Edith Hall perhaps leans a little too far to the latter, but I can?t fau...

    Aristotle's Way is an exploration of the famous philosopher's work which has been helpfully curated and thematically organised by Professor Edith Hall. I would describe it as a well-being oriented book, that explores themes such as happiness, society and the fulfilment of potential. I ...

    5 stars is not enough, I would give it 10. But I am already very keen on Aristotle and bore my friends and family with the word 'balance'. I now have a much better view of all his philosophy, from the virtues and developing your talents to mortality. I think it would be possible to tie...

    Drawing ideas from across Aristotle Hall seeks to show what a life lived virtuously (and by that she follows Aristotle in meaning excellently in accord with the capacities and nature we have rather than Christian ideas of virtue many alien to Aristotle) might be. There is a wide pepper...

    Okay to be honest I'm not sure what Aristotlean philosophy is like but through reading her breakdown on twelve different areas of life, I kind of get a sense of what it is all about. I think his philosophy is indeed still relevant to our lives today and am trying to actively adapt the ...

    An easy to read and wonderful self-thinking guide using Aristotle's wisdom. Very fresh approach and totally recommend it to anyone wanting to understand the nuts and bolts of of what the human mind associates happiness with. ...

    Superficial self help garbage: from the nauseating dedication to the banal last paragraph. ...

    Not avail in local libraries yet. Want to read this after hearing an interview with the author on our local public radio programme: "Edith Hall read Aristotle and tried to place him as the basis for a 21st century modern ethical scientific rational person. She says Aristotle prov...

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  • Cat
    Sep 05, 2018

    With these kind of books, it's really difficult to get the tone right. On the one hand you have a thinker who is considered one of the 'Fathers' of Western philosophy, on the other you have that modern pop psychology that aims to tell you how to live in however many steps. For the most...

    When writing a book like this, there?s a fine line between 1) staying true to the philosophical complexity of the original thinker, and 2) presenting those views in a simplified manner for popular consumption. Edith Hall perhaps leans a little too far to the latter, but I can?t fau...

    Aristotle's Way is an exploration of the famous philosopher's work which has been helpfully curated and thematically organised by Professor Edith Hall. I would describe it as a well-being oriented book, that explores themes such as happiness, society and the fulfilment of potential. I ...

    5 stars is not enough, I would give it 10. But I am already very keen on Aristotle and bore my friends and family with the word 'balance'. I now have a much better view of all his philosophy, from the virtues and developing your talents to mortality. I think it would be possible to tie...

    Drawing ideas from across Aristotle Hall seeks to show what a life lived virtuously (and by that she follows Aristotle in meaning excellently in accord with the capacities and nature we have rather than Christian ideas of virtue many alien to Aristotle) might be. There is a wide pepper...

    Okay to be honest I'm not sure what Aristotlean philosophy is like but through reading her breakdown on twelve different areas of life, I kind of get a sense of what it is all about. I think his philosophy is indeed still relevant to our lives today and am trying to actively adapt the ...

    An easy to read and wonderful self-thinking guide using Aristotle's wisdom. Very fresh approach and totally recommend it to anyone wanting to understand the nuts and bolts of of what the human mind associates happiness with. ...

    Superficial self help garbage: from the nauseating dedication to the banal last paragraph. ...

    Not avail in local libraries yet. Want to read this after hearing an interview with the author on our local public radio programme: "Edith Hall read Aristotle and tried to place him as the basis for a 21st century modern ethical scientific rational person. She says Aristotle prov...

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  • H Willshire
    Oct 27, 2018

    With these kind of books, it's really difficult to get the tone right. On the one hand you have a thinker who is considered one of the 'Fathers' of Western philosophy, on the other you have that modern pop psychology that aims to tell you how to live in however many steps. For the most...

    When writing a book like this, there?s a fine line between 1) staying true to the philosophical complexity of the original thinker, and 2) presenting those views in a simplified manner for popular consumption. Edith Hall perhaps leans a little too far to the latter, but I can?t fau...

    Aristotle's Way is an exploration of the famous philosopher's work which has been helpfully curated and thematically organised by Professor Edith Hall. I would describe it as a well-being oriented book, that explores themes such as happiness, society and the fulfilment of potential. I ...

    5 stars is not enough, I would give it 10. But I am already very keen on Aristotle and bore my friends and family with the word 'balance'. I now have a much better view of all his philosophy, from the virtues and developing your talents to mortality. I think it would be possible to tie...

    Drawing ideas from across Aristotle Hall seeks to show what a life lived virtuously (and by that she follows Aristotle in meaning excellently in accord with the capacities and nature we have rather than Christian ideas of virtue many alien to Aristotle) might be. There is a wide pepper...

    Okay to be honest I'm not sure what Aristotlean philosophy is like but through reading her breakdown on twelve different areas of life, I kind of get a sense of what it is all about. I think his philosophy is indeed still relevant to our lives today and am trying to actively adapt the ...

    An easy to read and wonderful self-thinking guide using Aristotle's wisdom. Very fresh approach and totally recommend it to anyone wanting to understand the nuts and bolts of of what the human mind associates happiness with. ...

    Superficial self help garbage: from the nauseating dedication to the banal last paragraph. ...

    Not avail in local libraries yet. Want to read this after hearing an interview with the author on our local public radio programme: "Edith Hall read Aristotle and tried to place him as the basis for a 21st century modern ethical scientific rational person. She says Aristotle prov...

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  • Laura Callaway
    Jan 16, 2019

    With these kind of books, it's really difficult to get the tone right. On the one hand you have a thinker who is considered one of the 'Fathers' of Western philosophy, on the other you have that modern pop psychology that aims to tell you how to live in however many steps. For the most...

    When writing a book like this, there?s a fine line between 1) staying true to the philosophical complexity of the original thinker, and 2) presenting those views in a simplified manner for popular consumption. Edith Hall perhaps leans a little too far to the latter, but I can?t fau...

    Aristotle's Way is an exploration of the famous philosopher's work which has been helpfully curated and thematically organised by Professor Edith Hall. I would describe it as a well-being oriented book, that explores themes such as happiness, society and the fulfilment of potential. I ...

    5 stars is not enough, I would give it 10. But I am already very keen on Aristotle and bore my friends and family with the word 'balance'. I now have a much better view of all his philosophy, from the virtues and developing your talents to mortality. I think it would be possible to tie...

    Drawing ideas from across Aristotle Hall seeks to show what a life lived virtuously (and by that she follows Aristotle in meaning excellently in accord with the capacities and nature we have rather than Christian ideas of virtue many alien to Aristotle) might be. There is a wide pepper...

    Okay to be honest I'm not sure what Aristotlean philosophy is like but through reading her breakdown on twelve different areas of life, I kind of get a sense of what it is all about. I think his philosophy is indeed still relevant to our lives today and am trying to actively adapt the ...

    An easy to read and wonderful self-thinking guide using Aristotle's wisdom. Very fresh approach and totally recommend it to anyone wanting to understand the nuts and bolts of of what the human mind associates happiness with. ...

    Superficial self help garbage: from the nauseating dedication to the banal last paragraph. ...

    Not avail in local libraries yet. Want to read this after hearing an interview with the author on our local public radio programme: "Edith Hall read Aristotle and tried to place him as the basis for a 21st century modern ethical scientific rational person. She says Aristotle prov...

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  • Neda May
    Dec 27, 2018

    With these kind of books, it's really difficult to get the tone right. On the one hand you have a thinker who is considered one of the 'Fathers' of Western philosophy, on the other you have that modern pop psychology that aims to tell you how to live in however many steps. For the most...

    When writing a book like this, there?s a fine line between 1) staying true to the philosophical complexity of the original thinker, and 2) presenting those views in a simplified manner for popular consumption. Edith Hall perhaps leans a little too far to the latter, but I can?t fau...

    Aristotle's Way is an exploration of the famous philosopher's work which has been helpfully curated and thematically organised by Professor Edith Hall. I would describe it as a well-being oriented book, that explores themes such as happiness, society and the fulfilment of potential. I ...

    5 stars is not enough, I would give it 10. But I am already very keen on Aristotle and bore my friends and family with the word 'balance'. I now have a much better view of all his philosophy, from the virtues and developing your talents to mortality. I think it would be possible to tie...

    Drawing ideas from across Aristotle Hall seeks to show what a life lived virtuously (and by that she follows Aristotle in meaning excellently in accord with the capacities and nature we have rather than Christian ideas of virtue many alien to Aristotle) might be. There is a wide pepper...

    Okay to be honest I'm not sure what Aristotlean philosophy is like but through reading her breakdown on twelve different areas of life, I kind of get a sense of what it is all about. I think his philosophy is indeed still relevant to our lives today and am trying to actively adapt the ...

    An easy to read and wonderful self-thinking guide using Aristotle's wisdom. Very fresh approach and totally recommend it to anyone wanting to understand the nuts and bolts of of what the human mind associates happiness with. ...

    Superficial self help garbage: from the nauseating dedication to the banal last paragraph. ...

    Not avail in local libraries yet. Want to read this after hearing an interview with the author on our local public radio programme: "Edith Hall read Aristotle and tried to place him as the basis for a 21st century modern ethical scientific rational person. She says Aristotle prov...

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