1) First, give a thorough explanation of Epicurus's theory of achieving happiness in life. Next, use Aristotle's point of view to raise 3 objections to Epicurus, making sure to relate those objections to specific points you made in the prior section. Then

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1) First, give a thorough explanation of Epicurus's theory of achieving happiness in life. Next, use Aristotle's point of view to raise 3 objections to Epicurus, making sure to relate those objections to specific points you made in the prior section. Then, evaluate those objections from your own point of view; are they stronger than Epicurus's own position, and why or why not? Finally, “improve” Epicurus; what modifications would you make to his theory in order for it to provide an acceptable blueprint for living your own life?

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