This is highly intelligent, original, and sophisticated work; it deserves to be widely read. -- Rachel Barney, University of Toronto
Acknowledgments vii Introduction-Charles Brittain ix PART I Chapter One: Protagoras' Political Art 3 Chapter Two: Homer in Plato's Protagoras 28 Chapter Three: No One Errs Willingly: The Meaning of Socratic Intellectualism 47 PART II Chapter Four: Aristotle on the Varieties of Goodness 89 Chapter Five: Aristotle's Metaphysics of Action 111 Chapter Six: Deliberation and Choice in Aristotle 144 PART III Chapter Seven: Review of Roger Crisp, Translation of Aristotle's Nicomachean Ethics 175 Chapter Eight: Two or Three Things We Know about Socrates 181 Indixes 187
Heda Segvic (1957-2003) was associate professor of philosophy at the University of Pittsburgh.
"Whatever their state of completion, Segvic's papers shed new light on ancient texts and offer new perspectives on practical rationality. They also give those of us who did not know Segvic an appreciation of the loss that we all suffered when illness and then death prevented her from developing and sharing her many insights."--Jyl Gentzler, POLIS