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Surname 1 Student’s Name: Professor’s Name: Course details Date of submission: Nichomachean Ethics” by Aristotle Nicomachean ethics is one of the philosophical inquiry in which the nature of a good life for people is examined. To support the theory, Aristotle stated that there are some ultimate good for which the all the actions of human beings aim. He stated that the characteristics of the ultimate good are for it to be self-sufficient, good, complete, final and continuous. The good towards which all action of human explicitly aim is to achieve happiness and this is known as “eudaimonia” which is translated as living well or blessedness. To discover the nature of human happiness, then it is necessary to discover the function of human being, since the happiness of people needs fulfillment of natural functions. Even though the desiring and the spirited parts of soul are important, the rational part is what is
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