Nicomachean Ethics Essay | Aristotle's Knowledge Tree

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Aristotle's Knowledge Tree

Summary: This essay is about Aristotle's five intellectual virtues. Focuses on book VI of Aristotle's Nicomachean Ethics. Argues that all these virtues are necessary for every person to live and must be applied to interact with other people.
In book VI of Aristotle's Nicomachean Ethics, he identifies five intellectual virtues. These five virtues are sophia which is wisdom, episteme which is knowledge of empirical truth, phronesis which is practical wisdom, techne which is craft knowledge, and nous which is intuition. I believe that all these virtues are necessary for every person to live and must be applied to interact with other people.

When a student is in school, many times they wonder why they have to learn certain things and take certain courses. Until they can step away and apply the knowledge they gained in these classes to their everyday lives, they will not understand what it all means. I believe that a wide range of branches of knowledge are needed. The first one on my list would be psychology. In order for a person to understand and interact with others, they must recognize how...

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