Each entry's introduction provides a more detailed account of the primary works in that field of study; a brief overview of the textual history of those works; and a survey of the critical reception and interpretation of those works.A behavior cannot be either good or evil, but a person can have good or bad character traits.A disposition has to be learned in response to a situation.
This volume attempts to group Aristotle's works in a manner reflective of critical consensus, as well as to provide entry headings which would both guide users according to modern conceptions of the terms "science" and "philosophy" and honor traditional classifications.
The entry Philosophy includes coverage of Metaphysics, Ethics, and Politics; the entry Rhetoric covers Rhetoric; the entry Science covers the works on logic (including, for example, Categories and Posterior Analytics), biological works (such as On the Generation of Animals), and psychological works (such as De Anima [On the Soul]). Finally, the entry Poetics focuses on Aristotle's Poetics.
Following this incident, Aristotle left the directorship of his school to Theophrastus and departed Athens for the last time.
He retired to Chalcis and died in the next year, 322.
Upon Alexander's death in 323, the anti-Macedonian party grew strong in Athens.
Some of its officials charged him with impiety and prosecuted him.
Most people would hold the drunk driver entirely responsible for the other driver's injuries and any suffering the other driver experiences in regards to the accident.
It is not considered virtuous to drink and drive, meaning that a bad character trait is expressed by a drunk driver.
Aristotle said that all people are composed of a combination of vice (bad character traits) and virtue (good character traits).
He uses this concept to explain the thesis: Virtue is a disposition concerned with choice.