L'homme animal politique et parlant selon Albert le Grand et Thomas d'Aquin

Iacopo Costa
2020 Zenodo  
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