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Love and Friendship in Plato and Aristotle | Zookal Textbooks | Zookal Textbooks
  • Author(s) A. W. Price
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  • Published13th September 1990
  • PublisherOxford University Press UK
  • ISBN9780198248996
Reissued in 1997 with corrections and a new Afterword, this book fully explores for the first time an idea common to Plato and Aristotle, which unites their treatments - otherwise very different - of love and friendship. The idea is that although persons are separate, their lives need not be. One person's life may overflow into another's, and as such, helping another person is a way of serving oneself. The author shows how their view of love and friendship, within
not only personal relationships, but also the household and even the city-state, promises to resolve the old dichotomy between egoism and altruism.

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  • Author(s) A. W. Price
  • Edition
  • Published13th September 1990
  • PublisherOxford University Press UK
  • ISBN9780198248996
Reissued in 1997 with corrections and a new Afterword, this book fully explores for the first time an idea common to Plato and Aristotle, which unites their treatments - otherwise very different - of love and friendship. The idea is that although persons are separate, their lives need not be. One person's life may overflow into another's, and as such, helping another person is a way of serving oneself. The author shows how their view of love and friendship, within
not only personal relationships, but also the household and even the city-state, promises to resolve the old dichotomy between egoism and altruism.
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