Aristotle has a remarkable sense of the human drama, of the gift and the challenge it is to be human. Not that the style or voice of his writing is itself dramatic. But if we look through his eyes, if we really examine what he says, the stunning reality unfolds before us. Aristotle refers to the human soul as ‘capax universi’ (capable of the whole), as having a quasi-infinite potential for ‘taking in’ all that exists…

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