Morality according to Aristotle and Hobbes

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Philosophy

 

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May 3, 2013

 

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Through this investigation it becomes clear that the whole basis of moral living to Aristotle is to find happiness in life. To find happiness Aristotle states that we must live a virtuous life, between vices, choosing neither excess nor deficiency. This definition of virtue forms the basis of how we will go about our daily activities...
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This definition of virtue forms the basis of how we will go about our daily activities. Instead of choosing activities because of how pleasant they are, Aristotle says that we choose good activities because they are pleasant. However he goes on to say that they are pleasant as a function of their goodness...
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