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Unformatted text preview: animal. Happiness, then, is best, finest, and most pleasant.It is not surprising, then, that we regard neither ox, nor horse, nor any other kind of animal as happy; for none of them can share in this sort of activity. For the same reason a child is not happy either, since his age prevents him from doing these sorts of actions. Aristotle, Nicomachean Ethics , 1095b18, 1098a1-3, 1099a25, 1099b33-1100a2...
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