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Unformatted text preview: cannot be happy? According to Aristotle, however, if the person eats until he feels satisfaction, he will finally be happy. Our feelings shift throughout the day. For example, we eat all day long, and so our hunger levels are fluctuating; sometimes we are hungry and other times we are full. We may stub out toe at one moment, and be tickled in the next, yet still feel the pain from our injury. We cannot be static in our feelings, and so, we cannot be static in our moods either. There cannot be any specific instructions for personal happiness....
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This note was uploaded on 07/15/2008 for the course GP 100 taught by Professor Mekios during the Spring '08 term at Stonehill.
- Spring '08