Ancient Wisdom for Thriving Today

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“How to Flourish” is an abridged version of Aristotle’s Nicomachean Ethics, translated by Susan Sauvé Meyer. This new translation aims to make Aristotle’s teachings on human flourishing more accessible and engaging. The book explores the idea of flourishing by becoming a good person through practice and having a life of the mind. It provides practical advice on various aspects of life, including eating, managing money, controlling anger, and getting along with others. The book also discusses different forms of wisdom necessary for flourishing and offers a unique perspective on our place in the universe and our connection to the divine. This edition removes digressions and technical passages, providing commentary and original Greek text for a continuous reading experience. The book is published by Princeton University Press and is available in English, with a hardcover edition of 328 pages.


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