Ethics and Anthropology


The term ethics was first coined by the philosopher and physician Aristotle (384–322 BC), in his bookEthika Nikomacheia (ethics for his son Nikomachos). Ethics has its roots in the noun ethos, which means “custom.” Aristotle understood it as ...

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