Group 1

Intro: Aristotle writes 'eudaimania' is the good life and throughout chapter 7 he elaborates on what the good life is and how to achieve it.
A. Paragraphs
1. Every action points to a virtue which in turns points to the chief good/happiness
2. the chief good has to be self sufficient meaning excess of the chief good will not destroy itself.
3. One is not born with professions or arts therefore the chief good has to be innate or habitual by nature.
4. In order for there to be a human chief good it must contain some type of reason because the difference between humans and animals is reason.

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