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Aristote et la question du droit naturel

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présente étude propose une interprétation de EN , V, 10, en défendant deux premièrement que la notion centrale de la variabilité du droit naturel e la diversité des interprétations que l'on peut donner d'un sentiment communément partagé du juste ou de l'injuste (cf. Rhét., I, 13); deuxièmement que, échapper au relativisme de type protagoréen, Aristote défend l'idée d'un parfait qui seul peut fournir la meilleure interprétation de ce sentiment.

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2016-09-26

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