Ethics By Aristotle Summary and Analysis Book IX: Chapter VI - Friendship and Concord

Summary

Unanimity or concord is another feeling similar to friendship. It exists when interested parties, whether they be an entire population or only two individuals agree about their common interests, have a practical and important end in view, unanimously adopt a policy for attaining this end, and carry it out harmoniously. On a personal level this conception of concord is most often realized among good men, for they are in harmony with themselves and each other.

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According to Aristotle, three conditions must be fulfilled for friendship to exist between two people. One of those conditions is




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