"Sachs’s translations are unequaled in making accessible to Greekless readers an Aristotle undistorted by the influence of Latin. In addition, his helpful glossaries not only explain his own translational choices, but also inform readers of common alternatives, thereby enabling them to cope with the secondary literature. His are my translations of choice, for both introductory and advanced courses."
—Alan White, Williams College
I really am enjoying this particular text. Joe makes it understandable to those of us who do not have an education in the classics but wish to know more of Aristotle thoughts and... Read morePublished 10 months ago by babar
I bought this book for a college level philosophy class. This book is a very difficult read. It was made easier by dicussing it with my classmates, but even then I still had a... Read morePublished 13 months ago by Lydia Ipswitch
Joe Sachs' translations of Aristotle and Plato are phenomenally good, but it was his translation of Aristotle's Nichomachean Ethics that solidified my studies as a PhD student. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Clifton D. Healy
I bought this book for honors ethics and it was very helpful. this is the book you need to get for ethics.Published 14 months ago by D.D.
This translation of the book is great. I especially like how this book has large margins; it is ideal for taking notes.Published 15 months ago by Taylor Kemmeter
A good version of Aristotle's work-- easy to read and understand with some notes. I used it for a very rigorous philosophy course. Aristotle is great, but I like Socrates better.Published 16 months ago by Ben
Was a good book with many thought provoking philosophies.
There is a reason this book is highly recommended by many people
A great book but not for those who have little understanding of philosophy. I found with my limited understanding that the concepts, as presented, were often difficult to... Read morePublished 20 months ago by Eugene Kasper