Nicomachean Ethics Quiz

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Questions 1-5 of 25:

1.

With what virtue does Aristotle credit Eudoxus in X.2? (from Book X)

2.

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

3.

From what does being in bad shape come to be evident, according to Aristotle? (from Book V)

4.

Among what sort of people does Aristotle regard mutual and equal friendships complete in all respects? (from Book VIII)

5.

In what way does Aristotle claim the incontinent person is unlike the vicious? (from Book VII)

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