Nicomachean - Nicomachean Ethics (Book I) In Aristotle's...

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Nicomachean Ethics (Book I) In Aristotle’s work, Nicomachean Ethics (Book I) part 2, Aristotle argues that without limit action seems pointless, and that knowledge of the end good, which is the highest good, will direct one’s behavior. He compares the knowledge of the end good to an archer who has a target at which to aim. He then goes on to argue that the good is contained in the branch of political science. Aristotle writes that political science is the master science because it chooses which other sciences will be taught in societies, what groups of people ought to learn these sciences, and how well that each individual should learn them.(Aristotle 163) Aristotle makes valid statements and his methodology of selecting a master science is sound. Political science is the master science because ultimately, the State can decide whether or not any of the other sciences will be taught to the citizens. Political science holds the power over all of the subordinate sciences. Sciences can be chosen to be
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