Aristotle and Moral Realism

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Index of passages cited
Aristotle
De anima
418a12 180n
427b9-11 151n
428a3-4 151n
428a12-13 151n
428b3-6 151n
428b19 180n
429a5-8 151n
III.5 171n
431b10-13 155
432a9-14 151n
432a12-15 151n
Eudemian ethics
1214b6-12 201n
1215a12-19 210n
I.8 2
1216a37-b2 186
1221b33 101
1228b4-8 144, 145n
Magna moralia
1194b30f. 56
Metaphysics
980b25-27 150
981a10-12 149
981a28f. 162
981b2-5 150
1036a28-29 112n
X.1 157
1053a31-b4 156
1072b3 107
1075a11-23 107
Nicomachean ethics
I 227
1094a1-3 211
1094a26-27 76n
1094b14-19 49n
1094b15-16 49n
1094b19-22 49n
1095a8 102
1095a17-20 44n
1095a18-20 201, 204
1095b1 168
1095b4-5 169
1095b4-6 206
1095b4-9 212
1095b31-34 165
I.6 2
I.7 165, 186, 187n, 210
1097a26-30 167
1097b1-5 147, 169
1097b2 174n
1097b2-3 186
1097b2-5 169, 187
1097b5-6 169
1097b6-20 210
1097b10-14 168
1097b14-15 210
1097b16-17 210
1097b22-24 204
1097b24-1098a15 207
1098a5-7 167
1098a15-18 165n
1098a16-18 137, 147n, 165, 201, 204, 207, 219
1098a20 227
1098b9-12 103
1099a16-17 154
1099a31 36
1099b1-2 167
1099b2-6 206
1099b3 167
1099b3-4 165
1099b4 168n
1099b4-8 168
1099b18-25 210n
1100a5-9 210
1100a5-10 228
1101a6-21 165
1102a2-3 201, 211
1102b30-31 215
II 214-16
1103a18-23 207n
1103a31-32 149, 223
1103b6-8 149
1104b2-9 180n

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