Book II

Some articles on book ii, book:

Nicomachean Ethics - Books II–V: Concerning Excellence of Character or Moral Virtue - Book III. Chapters 6–12, First Examples of Moral Virtues - Courage
... The vices opposed to courage were discussed at the end of Book II ... As discussed in Book II already, courage might be described as achieving a mean in confidence and fear, but we must remember that these means are not normally in the middle between the two extremes ... Aristotle said in Book II that with the moral virtues such as courage, it is the extreme which one's normal desires tend away from which is most important to aim towards ...
Liber Eliensis - Manuscripts
... known as the G manuscript, has part of Book II, and dates from the late 12th or early 13th century ... the late 13th or early 14th century and includes some other material along with Book I and the same parts of Book II as in manuscript G ... MS Cotton Vespasian A.xix, has parts of Book III, and dates to between 1257 and 1286 ...
Law Of Thailand - Private Law - Law of Obligations
... The Law of Obligations in general is found in Civil and Commercial Code sections 194 to 353 (Book II, Title I) ... undue enrichment, sections 406 to 419 (Book II, Title IV), and management of affairs without mandate, sections 395 to 405 (Book II, Title III) ...

Famous quotes containing the word book:

    Once I planned to write a book of poems entirely about the things in my pocket. But I found it would be too long; and the age of the great epics is past.
    Gilbert Keith Chesterton (1874–1936)