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The Polish version of the article was published in "Roczniki Humanistyczne," vol. 64 (2016), issue 3. The article deals with "brutishness" or "beastliness" (thēriotēs), a concept introduced by Aristotle in the seventh book of the Nicomachean Ethics and defined by him as a negative ethical disposition, different both from vice (kakia) and from incontinence (akrasia), and leading to such pathological behaviours as cannibalism, paedophilia, omophagy, phobias and compulsions. Aristotle's statementsdoi:10.18290/rh.2018.66.3-6e fatcat:expd3vnlfzgifesjefp4uaztbe