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Is Aristotle's argument for flourishing as the final end valid?

In the "Nicomachean Ethics," Aristotle argues that flourishing (or happiness) is the proper final end. What is that argument? Does it have merit? How does it differ from Ayn Rand's argument for life as the standard of value?

Anonymous , 19.03.2013, 16:24
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