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ARISTOTELIAN ETHICS by Orbista, Jasmene C.

True or False (If the underlined word is false, write the correct answer)

1. Living a virtuous life is sufficient to guarantee a state of Eudaimonia for a person. (False – not
sufficient)
2. For Aristotle, moral goodness and individual goodness are two different ideas. (False –
related/linked)
3. Happiness itself is not necessarily aligned with acting in accordance with our telos. (True)
4. Eudaimonia is the result of the exercise of our distinctly human rational and cognitive aspects
(True)
5. Aristotelian Virtue Ethics is an act-centered moral theory. (False – agent-centered)
6. Teleological comes from the Latin word “telos” which means purpose, goal or an end. (False –
Greek)
7. Practical wisdom is a particular disposition that are appropriately related to the situation and, to
link back to our function, encourage actions that are in accordance with reason. (False – virtues)
8. Ethical characters are developed by intellectual teaching. (False – Practical learning & Habitual
action)
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