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Aristotle Versus Christianity

Moral philosophy has always been a persistent issue to human beings because of the ability to rationalize and reason. These philosophies do not simply originate over night; instead they are formed after making different comparisons and revisions. Aristotle's only perfected his interpretation of moral philosophy after learning the basics from Plato, however Aristotle began to come to his own individual conclusions about life. Christianity also did not originate instantly. Christianity was branched of Judaism and was also manipulated to achieve a distinct moral philosophy. These philosophies of proper conduct originated by extending past versions and through human being's ability to reason and expand their understanding. The Gospel According to Matthew from the New Testament and Aristotle's Nichomachean Ethics both outline a seemingly similar proper conduct on the surface, but it is lucid that the final accomplishment is dissimilar.

The understanding of what is good in these two philosophies is distinct. Aristotle believes that good, "has rightly been declared to be that at which all things aimaE...

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