What are the three kinds of happiness
What are the three kinds of happiness (three ways of life)” (315)
What is Aristotle’s “Function Argument” (317)?
What does Epictetus mean by saying “It is not things that upset us but rather ideas about things” (411)?
What does he mean by saying “Don’t seek for things to happen as you wish, but wish for things to happen as they do, and you will get on well” (411)?
What are the “practical goals” and “meta-ethical goal” of feminist ethics (437)?
What values does Jaggar see as “male-associated” and as “female-associated” (441)?
What are the differences between Lawrence Kholberg’s understanding of “moral maturity” (461f.) and Carol Gilligan’s (462f.)?
How does Baier think “male” and “female” insights need should be related? (417)
How does Held think an ethic of justice and an ethic of care should be related (480)?
The three kinds of happiness include the sensual happiness or life, the political life or happiness and the thoughtful life. Aristotle states that cultivated and energetic person associate happiness with honor since honor is the end of any political life……………………