Aristotle

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Philosophy

 

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Ebony R

 

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May 4, 2014

 

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University

 

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He also believed that not everyone was a perfect human, meaning, there were things an individual must do throughout his or her life to achieve becoming a Good person and ultimately becoming a happy person. Throughout this paper, I will be explaining what a full human life really is and then critiquing some of Aristotle's beliefs about human nature...
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I may agree or disagree with some of his points. The fact remains, I will use my own views in many cases to defend my points because to me, that is the point of this paper and the class, to understand a way of thinking, and argue for or against that way through the use of philosophy and intellectual thinking...
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