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For previous sections covered in the course, see the Midterm Exam Study Guide, distributed before  the midterm. Section 5: How Should You Live? You are responsible for Annas, pp. 297-359; Annas pp. 375-9, 383-7; Aristotle, Nicomachean Ethics I  13, II 1-6 (posted as PDF on CULearn website) • What, according to Aristotle, are some common beliefs and conventional views about happiness?  (Aristotle,  Rhetoric  I 5, p. 297-8) • What did Solon say happiness consists of, according to Herodotus? (Annas pp. 299-302) • What are some problems with these conceptions of happiness?  Why might one find these inadequate or lacking as answers to the question, what is the best life? The First Theories: Virtue and Happiness : • What does Democritus think happiness consists of?  How do his views contrast with conventional views about happiness? (pp. 302-5) • Compare and contrast Polus' and Socrates' conceptions of happiness in the  Gorgias . (pp. 305-19,  focusing especially on 468e-474c, pp. 305-11). Why be good? Antiphon, Callicles, and Glaucon's challenge to morality 
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This note was uploaded on 06/12/2008 for the course CLAS 1030 taught by Professor Lee,mi-kyo during the Spring '08 term at Colorado.

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