Tłumaczenia i przykłady
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Przykłady użycia - "Aristotle" po polsku
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EnglishAnd Aristotle said often in dealing with other people, we need to bend the rules.
EnglishTogether they comprise practical wisdom, which Aristotle thought was the master virtue.
EnglishAccording to Aristotle, justice means giving people what they deserve.
EnglishSo Aristotle was very interested in watching how the craftsmen around him worked.
EnglishAristotle said, "We should seek only so much precision in each subject as that subject allows."
EnglishIn the words of Aristotle, it is not about outward appearance but about inward significance.
EnglishAlexander's mother, his parents, his teacher Aristotle told him the story of Homer's "Iliad."
EnglishIt is the basic wisdom of Aristotle that that which nobody owns, nobody will care for.
EnglishAristotle had a different reason for saying the best flutes should go to the best flute players.
English"Practical wisdom," Aristotle told us, "is the combination of moral will and moral skill."
EnglishYou know, Aristotle says a tragedy is that moment when the hero comes face to face with his true identity.
EnglishBut Peter, Aristotle doesn't agree with you that that's the reason.
EnglishAristotle thought ethics wasn't a lot like math.
EnglishAs Aristotle said, 'well begun is half done'.
EnglishIs it Plato, is it Aristotle, is it Kant, is it Mill?
EnglishAnd Aristotle said, "Hah, they appreciated that sometimes to design rounded columns, you need to bend the rule."
EnglishAnd in particular, the virtue that we need most of all is the virtue that Aristotle called "practical wisdom."
EnglishActually, that was Aristotle's answer too.
EnglishAristotle, in particular, he was not amused.
EnglishIt goes all the way back to Aristotle.
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