Aristotle

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Philosophy

 

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Benjamin L

 

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January 2, 2014

 

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University

 

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Happiness, according to Aristotle, happiness is not a private matter but a public event, so those we share our happiness with are of much meaning and worth. Aristotle not only discusses friendship, but every type of relationship. He also delves into family relationships. Aristotle claims friends are not bonded together through necessity, family, or for beneficial reasons, but through mutual respect and shared virtue...
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In Aristotle's definition of friendship, there are three requirements for a two people to be friends. The first requirement is that the two people must feel goodwill toward one another, or want the best for each other. The second is that they must be aware of and acknowledge each other's good will. The third is that the reason for their goodwill must be one of these loveable qualities (Book VIII 457)...
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