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In this paper, I investigate the different commitments held by ethics and morality. All too often, we use moral language to talk about ethics. I argue that this is a mistake insofar as the aims of ethics are incredibly different from those of morality. Through an investigation of Books II, III, and VI of Aristotle's Nicomachean Ethics, I make a case for the merits of the dispositional model of ethics over the legalistic model of morality.
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Jennings, Luke Brittain, "Situating Actions That Do Not Admit of a Mean in Aristotle’s Ethics" (2019). Senior Projects Fall 2019. 61.
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