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Aristotle and Happiness, the Ultimate Goal


We all want to be happy. However, what exactly is happiness? Aristotle posed this question centuries ago. In this article, we’re going to review some of his conclusions. In his book, Nicomachean Ethics, Aristotle built his theory on happiness and the good life. This work belongs to ethics, a branch of philosophy that asks questions such as: What’s evil? What’s good? How can we act correctly? How can we have a happy life despite the ups and downs of existence? In this article, we’ll submerge ourselves in Aristotle’s ethics, thoughts that remain valid today. Happiness according to Aristotle Aristotle believed…

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