Review - Review 10:57:00 AM ARISTOTLE Eudaimonia happiness...

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Review 17/03/2008 11:57:00 ARISTOTLE Eudaimonia – happiness – not a subjective feeling (flourishing) full  distinctively human excellent life KANT shopkeepers – all act in accordance with duty External inclination Immediate inclination – love (wants to be honest) For the sake of duty (does the right thing because it’s the right thing.  (what  you should do according to Kant) ARISTOTLE (FUNCTION ARGUMENT)– what is x good for? (function), and what  is good for x? The human function is reason / rationality We are driven by categorical imperative The second function of categorical imper  we should regard people has an ends  in themselves, not simply as a means/not as an end ESSAY Supreme good (get examples from the text) Aristotle – eudaimonia (our own eudaimonia – happiness) Epictetus – happiness = virtue = what is under our control
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