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phronēsis


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(Greek, intelligence, prudence)

Practical wisdom, or knowledge of the proper ends of life, distinguished by Aristotle from theoretical knowledge and mere means-end reasoning, or craft, and itself a necessary and sufficient condition of virtue.

Subjects: Linguistics — Philosophy.


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