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245 10 Aristotle :|ba course on citizen virtue|h[Hoopla 
       electronic resource] /|cProfessor Cary J. Nederman, Ph.D.,
       Texas A&M University. 
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520    How can Aristotle help you become a better person? In this
       course by award-winning teacher and leading Aristotle 
       expert Prof. Cary J. Nederman (Ph.D., York University), 
       you will become a more ethical person as you explore 
       Aristotelian thought. The word "politics" is an often-
       controversial term in our day, conjuring associations with
       partisanship and subterfuge. But as conceived by the 
       ancient Greeks, politics was essential for becoming a 
       virtuous person. Among the great minds of antiquity, 
       perhaps none remains as relevant as Aristotle, for whom 
       the ultimate purpose of politics was the common good. 
       Aristotle: A Course on Citizen Virtue gives you the rare 
       opportunity to learn from one of the leading experts on 
       Aristotle and political theory. With Nederman, an award-
       winning professor at Texas A&M University, you'll explore 
       Aristotle's historical, intellectual, and biographical 
       backdrop. You'll also draw connections between this 
       context and the moral and political philosophies of 
       Aristotle. Finally, you will consider the powerful 
       Aristotelian conception of human goodness. In particular, 
       you'll look at his powerful principle of teleology: all 
       human beings have a purpose. By grasping Aristotle's 
       influences and ideas, you'll come to understand him as a 
       thinker influenced by his time and place. But Prof. 
       Nederman's course also reveals how he provided the basis 
       for moral philosophy, political thought, and university 
       curricula in the West and beyond. Today, Aristotle remains
       as vital as ever, inspiring great thinkers and providing 
       insights into contemporary issues. And most importantly, 
       he speaks powerfully about what it means to be a good 
       person. By studying his thought, you will find guidance 
       for flourishing and realizing your full potential. 
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