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English citations of archpectonic

  • 1978, W.F.R. Hardie, “‘Magnanimity’ in Aristotle’s ‘Ethics’” in Phronesis XXIII, № 1, page 71:
    The scheme [of six ethical states (ἕξεις)] has received less attention than it deserves for its own sake; it is viewed as an archpectonic framework for Aristotle’s celebrated confrontation of Socratic paradoxes.