Works by Farwell, Paul (exact spelling)

  1. Aristotle, Success, and Moral Luck.Paul Farwell - 1994 - Journal of Philosophical Research 19:37-50.
    My point of departure is Bernard WiIliams’ “moral luck” thesis and its claim that luck and success are an integral part of ethics. Some scholars think AristotIe’s ethics lends support to a version of the moral luck thesis. My claim is the exact opposite: Aristotle gives a subtle and interesting argument for keeping luck and ethics distinct. Luck plays Iittle role since the moral worth of action Iies in the agent’s choice, proairesis, not merely in the quality of the act (...)
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    Can Heidegger’s Craftsman Be Authentic?Paul Farwell - 1989 - International Philosophical Quarterly 29 (1):77-90.
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