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Ethics in Ancient Greece “School of Athens” by Rafael
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Aristotle’s Philosophy Aristotle attempted to systematize all areas of knowledge. Aristotle did not look somewhere where eternal truths reign. He looked for ultimate truths in the world of human experience. Human senses can know what is true and good. Natural Science is the source of Knowledge.
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Virtue Theory- The Good Life Ethics is a practical study. Ethics of Self- realization. The Supreme Good is Happiness. Happiness is a final end in itself.
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The Good Life Happiness is defined according to VIRTUE. VIRTUE is attain in practice through ACTIONS. (pragmatic science) Virtue is not inborn. Virtue is a consequence of TRAINING and experience. What sort of person should I be in order to lead a good life?
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The good is the object at which all things aim. The science of Politics, ordains what branches of knowledge various citizens must study. Political Science is concerned with
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This note was uploaded on 09/22/2009 for the course HUM 282927 taught by Professor Edwards during the Fall '08 term at Florida State College.

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