By James O. Grunebaum
Addresses the query of no matter if exact choice for acquaintances is morally justified.
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Thus in degree the woman and the general might have equal virtue, but the manner of enacting their virtue would differ. It is important to notice here, as a brief digression, that different manners of virtue provide a perhaps better explanation for Aristotle’s belief that men and women cannot be friends. Aristotle’s own notoriously bad explanation, based on his false empirical ideas about female inferiority, appears to explain inequality between men and women as inequality of degree. He implies that women are less close to the ideal of human virtue.
Understood as a part of the nature of friendship conceptions, caring for each other would distinguish friendships from other kinds of relationships. , employer and employee or professor and student). Students need not necessarily care for their professors nor employees care for their employers. Kim-Chong Chong believes that “care for” can have one of two senses. To care for a friend: (1) She must have an understanding and an appreciation of his projects, ambitions, and general interests as something separate from her own.
Friendship, in both conception and practice, is partial and particular. If intimacy friends do not have to spend a great deal of time together or frequently talk to each other, what prevents people from having many intimacy friends, or even, in the extreme, from being intimate with everyone? If having a great number of friends were possible, supposing Kant’s intimacy conception of friendship, then that fact would be a good reason to question whether his intimacy conception is a reasonable understanding of friendship.
Friendship by James O. Grunebaum