The Nicomachean Ethics is framed by a beginning (NEI. 1–3) and an ending (NE X. 9) which, in rather different ways, communicate a single message: politics is the activity and branch of study that deals with the subject matter of the work. For us, ethics and politics signify two distinct, if overlapping, spheres. For Aristotle, there is just one sphere–politics–conceived in ethical terms. This startling truth is generally downplayed (if not totally ignored) in many presenta-tions of the Nicomachean ... [Book Review]

In Richard Kraut (ed.), The Blackwell Guide to Aristotle's Nicomachean Ethics. Blackwell. pp. 305 (2006)
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