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Philosophy
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PHIL 1070
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svetelj
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Fall

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Philosophy of the Person I Aristotle’s Nicomachean Ethics – Friendship Why do we have friends? 1. It is GOOD to have friends 2. It is USEFULL to have friends 3. It is PLEASUREABLE/FUN to have friends Definitions of Friendship 1. Reciprocated good-will a. “I help you, you help me” 2. More about giving loving than receiving loved a. (ex. our parents love us, but don’t expect for us to love them back) 3. Begins within yourself = self-love a. Try to do the best for yourself  What is BEST for your
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