Compare and contrast the concepts of eudaimonia and happiness, and their respective roles in the ethical philosophies of Aristotle and Mill
In the Nicomachean Ethics, Aristotle attempts to determine what the best life consists in, and demonstrate that all human action aims at eudaimonia. Mill's ethical philosophy is that actions are right if they promote the general amount of happiness, wrong if they decrease it. Their respective concepts, eudaimonia and happiness are similar in many ways, for example, they both embrace the idea of quality of happiness as well as quantity. There is a fundamental difference between them though, and this is related to the consideration of others in their doctrines.
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