Aristotle – Ethics

Ethics, also know as The Nicomachean Ethics after its first editor, Aristotle’s son Nicomachus, begins with these words: “Every art and every inquiry…every action and pursuit, is thought to aim at some good.”

The book is one of the most influential ethical treatises of all time. Written in 350 BC, it identifies happiness as life’s goal. How do we achieve this goal? Not through the satisfactions that come from pleasure, wealth, or fame. According to Aristotle, the true path to happiness lies in contemplation of philosophic truth. This is the only action through which humans can exercise their distinctively unique trait: the ability to reason. Begin your own search for ultimate truth by listening to the complete text of this monumental work of Western philosophy.

Author: Aristotle
Narrator: Jim Killavey
Duration: 10 hours 5 minutes
Released: 7 Nov 2001
Publisher: Jimcin Recordings
Language: English

User Review:

infamy quixotic

The title of my review says it all. This book was just okay, I really didn’t care too much for the narrator. I think the book would have made for a better read.