Philosophers of an analytic disposition have fruitful resources in the excellent editions by Terence Irwin 1 and by Sarah Broadie and Christopher Rowe, 2 while those with more continental or Straussian sympathies may turn to the translations of Joe Sachs 3 or of Robert Bartlett and Susan Collins. With so many translations of the Nicomachean Ethics already available, one could reasonably wonder whether there is need for yet another. A narrow approach to this question might focus on the relative merits of the translations in terms of accuracy and readability. A more comprehensive assessment, however, will account for the diverse needs of different sorts of reader. Teachers introducing undergraduates to Aristotle for the first time, advanced students engaging independently with the text, and professional scholars reasonably look for different things in a translation. Yet while it is least suitable for beginners, advanced students and non-specialists will find it a useful guide, and no serious scholar of Aristotle will want to be without it.
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