6. Aristotle's Pentathlete

@article{Pentathlete20106AP,
  title={6. Aristotle's Pentathlete},
  author={ARISTOTLE’S Pentathlete},
  journal={Sport, Ethics and Philosophy},
  year={2010},
  volume={4},
  pages={183 - 194}
}
In the 2002 Winter Olympic Games in Salt Lake City, Australian Steven Bradbury exulted as much with surprise as joy upon winning the gold medal in the 1,000-metre short track speed skating. His victory was improbable, coming after the top four competitors all crashed into each other in the final metres of the race; Bradbury was far enough behind to avoid the carnage and cross the finish line first. The Australian’s very presence in the final heat was a surprise, since he had also trailed far… Expand

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38) as endorsing this view and supporting it with evidence from Greek plays and literature, especially Euripides
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Simply by having a deliberative part, however, women fare better in Aristotle than natural slaves of both sexes, who are said to lack it