Aristotle on Importance of Friendships
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In this paper, the basis of Aristotle's Nichomachean Ethics provides a view of friendship that strives for the greatest good and happiness in life: eudemonia. Within the friendships of utility, pleasure and for the good, thee exists a constant and revolving door of change that validates them all. Yet the friendship of the good is by the far the most important to strive for out of all of the options that Aristotle presents.
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