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Aristotle Intellectual Happiness
According to Aristotle, everything that we pursue or aim at is good. Some of the goods we pursue are activities (e.g. dancing) and some are products of activities (e.g. a good grade on an Aristotle paper). There is only one good that Aristotle thinks is pursued entirely for itself, and not for the sake of anything else. That good, according to Aristotle, is eudaimonia, which usually translates to "happiness." Aristotle rejects pleasure, honor, and wealth as common conceptions of happiness. Happiness cannot be identified with any of these things, but they may be part of an overall happy lif…
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