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5. An Aristotelian Ethics of Virtue

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06/28/2006Roderick T. Long

Everyone has an ultimate end. What should the content of this end be? No concept of happiness exists without integrating the interest of others. Being an agent is being a living organism. Living organisms have needs. Aristotle feels humans are neither beasts nor God. Morality requires a minimum of prudence (self) and benevolence (others).

The fifth of ten lectures from the Foundations of Libertarian Ethics seminar with Roderick T. Long.

An Aristotelian Ethics of Virtue | Roderick T. Long


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Roderick T. Long is a senior fellow of the Mises Institute and a professor of philosophy at Auburn University. He runs the Molinari Institute and Molinari Society. His website is

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