Aristotle, Nicomachean Ethics

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A full Greek index will be found in Bywater’s text, and there are valuable explanatory indices in Burnet’s edition.

  • Aeschylus, iii. i. 17
  • Agamemnon, viii. xi. 1
  • Agathon (Athenian tragic poet, 447–400 b.c., friend of Plato), vi. ii. 6, iv. 5
  • Agreeableness, see Pleasantness
  • Alcmaeon, iii. i. 8
  • Alope, see Kerkyon
  • Ambition, ii. vii. 8, iv. iv.
  • Amiability, see Friendliness
  • Amusement not the end, x. vi. 3 ff.
  • Anacharsis (Scythian prince, visited Solon at Athens c. 594 b.c., sometimes counted one of the Seven Sages), x. vi. 6
  • Analytics, Aristotle’s, vi. iii. 3 f.
  • Anaxagoras (physical philosopher, 500–428 b.c., b. Clazomenae in Ionia, taught at Athena), vi. vii. 5, vii. xiv. 5, x. viii. 11
  • Anaxandrides (contemporary Athenian writer of comedy), vii. x. 3
  • Anger, ii. vii. 10; and boldness, iii. viii. 10 f.; see Gentleness
  • Animals, psychology of, i. xiii. 11; differentia sensation, i. vii. 12, ix. ix. 7; called prudent, vi. vii. 4; tastes of, iii. xi. 7; courage of, iii. viii. 10; incapable of happiness, i. ix. 9, of choice. iii. ii. 2, of Unrestraint, vii. iii. 11, of friendship and justice, viii. xi. 6, of contemplation, x. viii. 8
  • Anthrōpos, the Olympic winner, vii. iv. 2
  • Aphrodite, vii. vi. 3
  • Apolaustic Life, the, i. v. 2
  • Appetites and reason, i. xiii. 15 ff.
  • Argives mistake enemy, iii. viii. 16
  • Aristocracy, viii. x., xi
  • Art, vi. iii. 1, iv., v. 7, vi. 1; its excellence the mean, ii. vi. 9
  • Artists’ love of their works, ix. vii. 3 f.
  • Athenians, iv. iii. 25
  • Attraction of opposites, viii. i. 6, viii. 7
  • Bestiality, vii. i. 1, v.
  • Bias (of Priene, one of the Seven Sages, fl. 550 b.c.), v. i. 16
  • Boastfulness, ii. vii. 12, iv. vii.
  • Boorishness, ii. vii. 13, iv. viii.
  • Brasidas, v. vii. 1
  • Brigands, ransom from, ix. ii. 4
  • Browning, Robert, vii. vi. 2 n.
  • Buffoonery, ii. vii. 13, iv. viii.
  • Calypso, ii. ix. 3
  • Cannibals, vii. v. 2
  • Categories, the, i. vi. 2–4
  • Causes, efficient, iii. iii. 7, cf. i. ix. 5 f.
  • Chameleon, i. x. 8
  • Chance (τύχη), i. ix. 5 f., iii. iii. 7, vi. iv. 5
  • Change, pleasure of, vii. xiv. 8
  • Children, incapable of happiness, i. ix. 10, of choice, iii. ii. 2; ‘spoilt, iii. xii. 5 ff.; and parents, iii. xi. 2, xii. 2 ff., ix. ii. 8, vii. 7
  • Choice (προαίρεσις), ii. vi. 15, iii. ii., vi. ii.; defined, vi. ii. 5
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