"I've heard people say, 'Maybe women or people of color write less Aristotelean
well-made plays,' and that all just seems cockeyed to me.
Each input always gets an "equal" share, but in terms of Aristotelean
equality, which requires that differences are inherited in the shares according to the differences in the value produced.
For instance, Brenda Laurel has argued that Aristotelean
theories of theater can productively inform the design of human-computer interfaces, and a number of scholars and practitioners have used dramatic character analysis as a method for creating more interesting avatars.
These "apps" include Lockean ideas legitimizing private property, the common law (an institution to defend property rights from the executive arm of the state), respect for universal education and scientific inquiry, and an Aristotelean
sense of a state strong enough to contain the excesses of class and religious conflict but not strong enough to control civil society.
We focus specifically on the "bargaining chip" argument deployed in the administration's report, highlighting how it troubles Aristotelean
conceptions of stasis.
"Most of us grew up with the Aristotelean
idea that a story is a single narrative," Uricchio says.
Within this Aristotelean
notion of time and plot, the book favours moments of reversal/recognition, i.e., a turning point that changes the direction of the plot in some decisive way (for example, Coraline discovering the door to the Other Mother's world).
As Nussbaum put it, fiction advances "the conversation among readers that is necessary to the Aristotelean
project, whose aims are ultimately defined in terms of a 'we,' of people who wish to come together and share a conception of value" (Nussbaum, 2001, p.
Corporate roles, personal virtues: An Aristotelean
approach to business ethics.
She plays the Aristotelean
long game toward the restoration of unity, of fertility--Maria's and Spain's.
Putnam criticizes scientism and reducing philosophy to science, reviews the indispensability argument and liars paradox, interrogates the fact/value dichotomy, tries to save Wittgenstein from anti-realist readings, argues for the untenability of skepticism, compares the Aristotelean
mind to the contemporary mind.
The "Talmud" of the title refers to a method of argumentation and thinking which is no less strict, philosophical, or rational than the rationality of Aristotelean
thought as mediated by Maimonides (p.