[AF19]  Moral Philosophy

Semester II
friday 16:30 - 18:15

Course Information

Professor: VASILJ, Silvija
Email: [email protected]
Language: English

Semester II
friday 16:30 - 18:15


This course introduces students to the field of philosophical ethics and intends to explore the complexity of human act, through the notions of end/mean, choice and intention, freedom and responsibility, deliberation and practical rationality. In particular, the reading of Aristotle’s Nicomachean Ethics, books VIII-IX, will be the starting point for approaching other following philosophical texts on friendship.


ARISTOTLE, Nicomachean Ethics, transl. J. A. K. Thomson, revised and intr. by J. Barnes, Penguin Classics, London 2004; J. A. JACOBS, Ethics A-Z, Edimburgh University Press, Edinburgh 2005; S. SUAVÉ MEYER, Ancient Ethics: A Critical Introduction, Routledge, London–New York 2008. A. VENDEMIATI, An Outline of General