Aristoterlian scholarship, whether theoretical or applied, orthodox or self-styled, is a gigantic jigsaw puzzlw with some of the biggest pieces missing: all the books form Aristotle'soriginal corpus that are lost...The book under review here rearranges some of the exsistent Aristotelian pieces and relates them handily to other puzzles of present concernes. In default of the Aristotelian Indiana Jones, this surely counts as progress. Kristjan Kristjansson MIND there are original and valuable articles in widely debated issues in virtue ethics as well as in moral philosophy in general. The collection of papers will certainly respond to interests of scholars working on a wide range of topics. Elvio Baccarini, Rhizai
About the Author
Timothy Chappell is at The Open University.