Nicomachean Ethics Quiz

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Questions 1-5 of 25:

1.

Which power of the soul does Aristotle describe in VI.11 as being concerned with both the beginning and the end? (from Book VI)

2.

Which alone among the virtues seems, for Aristotle, to be someone else's good? (from Book V)

3.

About what, concerning the virtues, might one raise a problem, as Aristotle states in VI.12? (from Book VI)

4.

What sort of pleasures are said by Aristotle to not have an excess? (from Book VII)

5.

What virtue does Aristotle state is concerned with the same things, and is present in the same things, as friendship? (from Book VIII)

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