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Title: The Nicomachean Ethics
Authors: Aristotle
Peters, F.H.
Keywords: Happiness
Issue Date: 15-Feb-2022
Publisher: Ryerson University
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Abstract: The Nicomachean Ethics (circa 322 BC) is an ethical treatise by Aristotle. In the text, Aristotle offers a defence of the idea of eudaimonism (human flourishing or happiness) which is achieved as a result of human choice in search of excellence and the good life.
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