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Happiness relies on us. Aristotle defines happiness as a common intention of human
existence as well a goal by itself. As a consequence, he commits more time to the theme of
happiness than any other scholar of the modern era. Consequently, Herodotus gives the meaning
of happiness as the central peace of mind where money and wealth have no role to play. Aristotle
develops the meaning in the in the context of the goals of human existence, where the term is
defined differently. Similarly, Thucydides initiates the meaning of happiness through the context
of courage and the freedom people have in the society where they live. And lastly, Herodotus has
developed the meaning of happiness based on the extent to which someone’s mind has peace.
Happiness is the most significant fundamental for a civilized life and political existence due to
various reasons. It is because happiness is the quality intention of human existence; happiness is
the practice of moral excellence, and happiness enhances high levels of friendship.
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First, happiness refers to the ultimate goal of man existence. Aristotle believes that
whenever it comes to political existence and civilized life, both political existence and civilized
life need an accompaniment of happiness to showcase good intention towards the community.
Existing politically requires one to have a fantastic mood which tells the mass or community that
human existence is highly recognized whenever it is practiced. Consequently, Herodotus argues
that in a community where happiness is utilized effectively, political existence and civilized life
tend to take years and years with more cohesion and profitability to the society as a whole.
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Aristoteles, and Carnes Lord. Aristotle's Politics. Chicago [u.a.]: Univ. of Chicago Press, 2015.

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1 HAPPINESS Name: Course: Date: 2 Happiness Happiness relies on us. Aristotle defines happiness as a common intention of human existence as well a goal by itself. As a consequence, he commits more time to the theme of happiness than any other scholar of the modern era. Consequently, Herodotus gives the meaning of happiness as the central peace of mind where money and wealth have no role to play. Aristotle develops the meaning in the in the context of the goals of human existence, where the term is defined differently. Similarly, Thucydides initiates the meaning of happiness through the context of courage and the freedom people have in the society where they live. And lastly, Herodotus has developed the meaning of happiness based on the extent to which someone’s mind has peace. Happiness is the most significant fundamental for a civilized life and political existence due to various reasons. It is because happiness is the quality intention of human existence; happiness is the practice of moral excellence, and happiness enhances high levels of friendship.1 First, happiness refers to the ultimate goal of man existence. Aristotle believes that whenever it comes to political existence and civilized life, both political existence and civilized life need an accompaniment of happiness to showcase good intention towards the community. Existing politically requires one to have a fantastic mood which tells the mass or community that human existence is highly recognized whenever it ...
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