Brave New World Study Guide

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Brave New World Study Guide 05/05/2009 15:22:00 Question 2: No Aristotle would not think Lenina lives a good life ultimately  Aristotle o Virtue—mean of an action o Happiness is living a life of virtue  To be virtuous must deliberate what the good is and perform  habitual actions in accordance to the mean of the action Through experience and these acts will form a flawless  disposition and eventually become prudent The ability to deliberate the mean and carry it out through  action in any situation  With prudence comes all pleasures of life (knowledge,  pleasures of the flesh, contemplation) Prudence leads to happiness of the individual which is  what Aristotle believes to be the good life  Lenina Crowne o Conforms to the World State  Epidamine of the typical citizen Lives within the box (which can be compared to Socrates cave)
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This note was uploaded on 09/22/2009 for the course ARLT 100 taught by Professor Thompson during the Spring '07 term at USC.

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