aristotle virtue ethics

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Philosophy

 

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James C

 

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April 19, 2016

 

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University

 

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The following paper will attempt to offer a detailed understanding of Aristotle's reasoning relating to his theory of virtue ethics. In order to explain the fundamentals of Aristotle's Virtue Ethics, one must acknowledge his primary motive in this study, which is to understand what it means to live well...
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Unlike Plato, who believed that living well involves multiple higher forms to which we can't observe, Aristotle believed that there was just simply living well, and disregarded distinctions between what is morally good and what is good for an individual person. After studying other opinions of what it is to live well, Aristotle concluded that the ultimate human end is happiness...
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