A Personal Note on Aristotle’s ‘Nicomachean Ethics’

Aristotle says there is a correct or natural enjoyment to be derived from a given task. For the musician it is the enjoyment when he hears notes played in harmony, building toward some melody. The musician’s enjoyment intensifies his pursuit, and hones his effort toward achieving excellence in his composition, Continue Reading

Questions, Questions, Questions About the ‘One’

Reality is fluid… … Reality is dialectical? Why the impulse to establish the existence of the ‘All’; the ‘Absolute’; the ‘One’? Is it because the individual, the ‘I’, is a totality unto itself, the unchanging centre of (productive, healthful) experience? “The world needs to be ordered, and that is only Continue Reading