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Magna Moralia
also called "Great Ethics" and has 2 more synonyms

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  1. Several scholars disagree with this, taking the Magna Moralia to be an authentic work by Aristotle, notably Friedrich Schleiermacher, Hans von Arnim, and J. L. Ackrill

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  2. a treatise on ethics traditionally attributed to Aristotle, though the consensus now is that it represents an epitome of his ethical thought by a later, if sympathetic, writer

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  3. In any case, it is considered a less mature piece than Aristotle's other ethical works, viz. the Nicomachean Ethics, the Eudemian Ethics, and Virtues and Vices

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  4. There is some debate as to whether they follow more closely the Eudemian or the Nicomachean version of the Ethics

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  5. The name "Magna Moralia" cannot be traced further back in time than the reign of Marcus Aurelius

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