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The present article intends to study, from the point of view of moral philosophy, the Aristotelian definition of man, as a 'political animal endowed with language', in the interpretation of Albert the Great and Thomas Aquinas. Regarding Albert, I take into account his theory of happiness and friendship ; regarding Aquinas, I study the conception of practical science, as well as his theory of preaching.doi:10.5281/zenodo.3740708 fatcat:imfx2rjod5gbtizmbw35seeqsu