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Nicomachean Ethics - Book 7 and 10.docx

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Book 7 ­ incontinence two sides bestiality and divine we are in middle how come we know what good is but we don’t follow it (bestiality) Socrates thinks if you know good, you will go and do it (everything was a matter of knowledge) Aristotle thinks if you have knowledge, doesn’t mean your going to use it Reasons why we don’t use: asleep, drunk, spirited person Having knowledge, but justifying taking care of yourself: example of taking brief case of money Book 7 and 10 together (Pleasure) Some pleasures are not good for you Pleasure is an unimpeded activity, not about becoming, only once you do become (such as  practicing piano until you know ho
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