Aristotle and Metaphysical Happiness
Aristotle believed that happiness could be achieved through living a life of virtue. It is the highest desire and ambition of all human beings and nothing can stop them from achieving so.
Cultivating one's virtue is the surefire way of reaching happiness. It's more than a lifestyle. It's practicing the prudence of character and having a good fate.
Many of his ideas bear great similarities with the principles of the Judeo-Christian religions.
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