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Aristotle's Theory

Happiness, Function, Morality, and Virtue Aristotle argues that happiness, function and morality are closely connected and that virtue is dependent upon all of them. To fully comprehend Aristotle's theory, we must first examine each of these qualities and then determine how they are related to one another. The deliberation process will show that all of these qualities can be strongly connected, but not exclusively. Happiness, function, morality and virtue can exist independent of one another. The first deliberation is to define happiness. Happiness is the highest of all practical goods identified with " living well of doing wellaE...

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Aristotle's Theory. (1969, December 31). In DirectEssays.com. Retrieved 16:16, August 01, 2015, from http://www.directessays.com/viewpaper/85726.html