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(Greek, production)

In Plato and Aristotle this is contrasted with praxis, doing or practical activity. It only requires skill whereas practical activity requires virtue. The idea is that in production, the ends are set, whereas good practice requires knowing which activities and ends are worth pursuing.

Subjects: Philosophy.

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