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Please read nature of virture attached Do you agree with Aristotle that leading
Please read nature of virture attached Do you agree with Aristotle that leading a virtuous life, a life in which people develop and practice human excellences (virtues), is what makes life good for human beings? (If you want a modern version of this claim, you can look at the psychologist Abraham Maslow's hierarchy of needs.) Or is something else necessary for leading a good life? Is there any reason to believe that society benefits from people leading virtuous lives? Is what is good for the individual also good for society? Explain your reasons.

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