reading Aristotle's Nicomachean Ethics
In the Nicomachean Ethics how does Aristotle define the ultimate good of Happiness and how does he distinguish it from 3 ways most people view its source?
In Politics, what makes us distinctively human animals? More specifically, what does Aristotle mean when he calls humans by nature "political animals"? What is the significance of comparing and contrasting with bees?
In his Politics what are the two types of "arts of acquisition" within economic activity and how does Aristotle evaluate them differently?