Aristotle on Responsibility for Action and Character


Roberts, Jean. "Aristotle on Responsibility for Action and Character." Ancient Philosophy 9 (1989): 23-36.

Plato, notoriously and paradoxically, believed that no one does evil voluntarily. Aristotle openly disagreed. It thus seems natural to assume that Aristotle was taking a position on the voluntariness of actions substationally different from Plato's.

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