Compare And Contrast Aristotle And The Pursuit Of Happiness Essay

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On the contrary with Aristotle, right off the bat he says that most people will not reach true happiness. When one knows off the top that they will not accomplish something, one of two things will happen. They will either give up or they will push or work even harder. The question then changes for Aristotle from what is happiness, to will enough people challenge themselves enough to reach for the impossible? It is those people that push themselves harder that will reach true happiness. Although, most people will never reach that level of true happiness, it is more realistic. If you were to ask Aristotle if someone who was homeless, cold, and having to beg for food was or could be happy, he would say no because although one has to have
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