Virtude e Felicidade em Aristóteles e Hobbes
AbstractThe main target of this article is to show that to sustain the social contract as the origin of political power and civil society and to justify the necessity of absolute sovereignty, Hobbes has to oppose not only Aristotle´s theory of zoon politikon but also his moral theory, particularly the doctrine of the mean.
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Frateschi, Y. (2008). Virtude e Felicidade em Aristóteles e Hobbes. Journal of Ancient Philosophy, 2(2), 1-19. https://doi.org/10.11606/issn.1981-9471.v2i2p1-19
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