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Glossary teleios

Glossary teleios complete. Alternative translations: `®nal'; `perfect'. Like many of Aristotle's terms, this is often used with a technical philosophical sense in connection with ends or goals: the more an end is pursued for its own sake and not for the sake of other ends, the more complete it is. thumos spirit. Alternative translation: `anger'; `emotion'. A further form of non-rational desire, for some apparent good. to kalon the noble or what is noble. Alternative translation: `nobility'. Note that these phrases translate the same Greek phrase (which may also mean `a noble thing', or `the noble thing'). The same goes for `the just' and `what is just', `the good' and `what is good', `the lawful' and `what is lawful', etc., except of course where `the F' refers to those people with the property F. 208

Index activity, 206 distinct from capacity, 23, 139, 178 distinct from products, 3, 193 and fortune, 18 and happiness, 12±15, 16, 17, 18, 177±8, 193±8 of perception, 182, 189 and pleasure, xxxii±xxxiii, 138±40, 142, 178, 186, 189±92, 195 of the soul, 12, 13, 16, 20 and state, 14, 46, 50, 65, 138, 149, 193 and virtue, 12±15, 16, 17, 18, 20, 24, 25, 45, 178, 185, 191, 194±8 Aeschylus, 39 affection, 150, 152 Agamemnon, 157 Agathon, 105, 106 Alcmaeon, 38 Alexander, vii Alope, 132 amusement, 194 Anacharsis, 194 Analytics, 105, 106 Anaxagoras, 109, 199 Anaxandrides, 136 animals characteristic activity of, 12, 178, 192 friendship of, xxix, 143, 158, 160 and incontinence, 124, 130 lack of action of, 104 lack of happiness of, 16, 198 and natural virtue, 117 pleasures of, 55±7, 127, 192 pleasure-seeking nature of, 26, 137, 185 practical wisdom of, 109 and rational choice, 41, 130 and reproduction, 160 souls of, 12 tension of, 141 voluntary action of, 40±1 Anscombe, G. E. M., xvii Aphrodite, 129 appetite, 206 Argives, 53 argument, limits of, 200 aristocracy, 155±7 Aristotle life of, vii. xxxvi±xxxvii method of, ix±x, 120 practical intentions of, viii, xxvii, 5, 24, 199 Athenians, 70 Barnes, J., viii Bias, 83 body characteristic activities of parts of, 11 goods of, 13, 139 and incontinence, 22, 125±6, 133, 135, 139, 140±2 moved by appetite, 124 pleasures of, 26, 55±6, 125±6, 133, 135, 139, 140±2, 175, 186, 193±4 relation to soul of, 158 vices of, 47 Brasidas, 93 Calypso, 36 capacities, 28±9 Carcinus, 132 Celts, 50 Cercyon, 132 character, responsibility for, 46 209

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