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Unformatted text preview: satisfactory argument against the claim that there can be no friendship between two goods (as it is presented in the Lysis). **Note: you will recall that we have read an article by Julia Annas (Plato and Aristotle on Friendship and Altruism) which addresses the kind of task which I have outlined for you in this assignment. The John Cooper article, Friendship and the Good in Aristotle, also presents arguments that might be helpful in writing this essay. Although you may certainly refer to Annass article or Coopers (make sure to cite him/her appropriately, if you do), I do not want you to make this assignment an exposition of Annas, or Coopers, paper; rather, this assignment is intended as an opportunity for you to come up with and develop your own arguments. The length of this essay should be between 4 and 5 double-spaced pages in Time New Roman font with 12-pt. characters and standard margins....
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- Spring '06