In Nicomachean Ethics, Aristotle focuses on the importance of behaving virtuously and developing virtue rather than committing specific good actions. He emphasizes the importance of context to ethical behavior because what might be right in one situation might be wrong in another. Aristotle believed that happiness is the end of life and that as long as a person is striving for goodness, good deeds will result from that struggle, making the person virtuous and therefore happy.
Aristotle presents the virtue of magnanimity, or greatness of soul, as a summit of the moral life. …
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