Jolif

Jol`if´

    (jǒl`ĭf´)
a.1.Joyful; merry; pleasant; jolly.
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Cooper agrees with Gauthier and Jolif that the argument begun "more scientifically" here is abortive.
4 (1977): 254; Ren6 Gauthier and Jean Jolif, L'Ethique a la Nicomaque: Introduction, Traduction et Commentaire, 2d ed.
Gauthier and Jolif claim that the comparison between the vicious and the akratic made in the chapter reflects an "exces de zele" that owes to Aristotle's desire not to attribute to the vicious a "clear conscience" (bonne conscience); Gauthier and Jolif, Ethique d la Nicomaque, 734.