1. At what does every action seem to aim, according to Aristotle?
(a) Some profit.
(b) Another action.
(c) Some good.
(d) Some target.
2. In the opinion of Aristotle, what is the governing and most masterful art under which all others fall, according to I.2?
3. Aristotle states that the good of one person is also, to a different degree, the good of what according to I.2?
(a) An animal.
(b) Another person.
(c) The world.
(d) The city.
4. With which of the following is politics imminently concerned, as described by Aristotle in I.3?
(a) The nature of justice.
(b) The codification of law.
(c) Foreign affairs.
(d) The nature of power.
5. About what good and aim of politics do people commonly dispute, according to Aristotle?
6. In addition to the life of pleasure and the life of politics, what is the third sort of life that Aristotle mentions?
(a) The contemplative life.
(b) The hermetical life.
(c) The life of rebellion.
(d) The life of servitude.
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