Aristotole: Happiness

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Philosophy

 

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Olga H

 

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June 23, 2016

 

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Situations exist where, being rational and moral may conflict with each other. Aristotle claims, "A human being by nature is a political animal" because nature has equipped us with speech, which allow us to form moral concepts like justice (through logos), which shape households and city-states. "For it is peculiar to human beings, in comparison to the other animals, that they alone have perception of what is good or bad, just or unjust, and the rest...
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"For it is peculiar to human beings, in comparison to the other animals, that they alone have perception of what is good or bad, just or unjust, and the rest." Aristotle also states that a city-state exists by nature because it attains self-sufficiency, and exists for the sake of living well. Aristotle goes on to say that individuals cannot perform their functions apart from the city-state because on their own, they are not self-sufficient...
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