from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. Happiness as understood by Aristotle, namely, as consisting, not in pleasure except as a sign of perfected activity, but in the activity which befits a human being, that is, in virtuous activity, of which the highest and best kind is that which is self-controlled through reason, the virtuous activity of the soul in a completed life.


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