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Essay | The Contradictions in Aristotle's "Nicomachean Ethics"

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The Contradictions in Aristotle's "Nicomachean Ethics"

Summary: Explains the contradictions within the text of Aristotle's "Nicomachean Ethics."
When I think about what makes me happiest in life, I put my family and friends at the top of the list. I know that there is no way I would be who I am today without them. My family loves me and has taught me most of what I know about how to live. Friends have taught me so much more about myself than I could ever have imagined; how to laugh at myself, how to love myself, how to learn from my mistakes, etc. All these people in my life have given me so much and I have in return offered what I have to give. Secondly, I would probably put my knowledge. It is what I need to be able to understand how the world works today and voice my opinion in the community; to benefit myself and teach others. Next...

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