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Unformatted text preview: // Please use this as a reference and compile your own answer with its help // Best regards // // Honest Abe // 2.) One of the ideas that Aristotle promotes will become essential when we discuss consequentialist/teleological ethics. This idea is that all human endeavors aim at some good, and that the ultimate good is happiness. For Aristotle and others, happiness is the highest of intrinsic goods; that is the only thing that is good in itself. Please provide a response to the following questions below: Is happiness really the only thing to which human activity aims? Is happiness the only intrinsic good? What other things might be good in and of themselves? Voluntarily or involuntarily, all human activity is solely aimed at attaining happiness in one form or the other. People strive for their happiness, just for its own sake. If people desire things for or the other....
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