Aristotle and Friendship

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Philosophy

 

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Todd M

 

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May 18, 2014

 

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The three kinds of friendship Aristotle explains are utility, pleasure, and complete friendship. Friendship based on mutual utility is the kind of friendship that tends to be short-lived, coincidental, easily formed, and is easily dissolved when the abilities or needs of both people change. There is no affectionate feeling in this friendship...
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There is no affectionate feeling in this friendship. The individuals involved in this type of friendship are only interested in what they can do for themselves or they can gain from each other. For example, one person might pay another to teach them how to surf, one benefits from learning while the other benefits financially...
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