This assignment is to read Nicomachean Ethics I.8-13, (pages 12-21 that are atta

This assignment is to read Nicomachean Ethics I.8-13, (pages 12-21 that are attached) and answer questions with a strong focus on explaining why it matters or is significant to us. In other words, every question is actually asking “What is Aristotle trying to tell us?”
Please see the document labeled “Sample” so you understand what the assignment calls for and the level of writing I need it to be at. My instructor is a difficult grader so please do not bid on the assignment unless you can deliver the same level of quality.
Aside from the last question, each of your answers should be supported by a quote that is 120 characters or less. After stating the quote, it needs to be explained. So the response to each questions should be in the form of:
Response (answer but much more focus on why it matters to us)
Short quote (to back up your response)
Explanation of the quote
Here are the questions. I have also attached them as a word document.
Reading NE1-3 Response: Nicomachean Ethics I.8-13, (pp. 12-21)
Part I:
Why does Aristotle say that, “even if the actively maintained condition is present it is possible for it to accomplish no good”? What point is he trying to make?
Why does Aristotle maintain that “actions in accordance with virtue would be pleasant in themselves”?
Why does Aristotle maintain that “what is greatest and most beautiful to be left to chance would be too discordant”?
Explain what Aristotle means when he says that “happiness” is “a certain sort of being-at-work of the soul in accordance with virtue”?
Why does Aristotle say that the person “who will be happy throughout life” will always “be acting and contemplating the things that go along with virtue…”?
Why does Aristotle maintain that “happiness” is among the things that are “honored” rather than among the things that are “praised”?
What is the relationship between “virtue” and “happiness” according to Aristotle?
Part II
(a) Select a passage from the reading that you find significant or interesting (i.e. one that you think merits further in-class discussion) and list the page number(s).
(b) Explain why you think the passage is significant, meriting further in-class discussion
(c) State and clarify at least one question which the passage raises
The following are guidelines on how to answer the questions in “Part I” of the Reading Response:
You should view these questions not as questions being asked by an instructor who already has the “correct” answer in mind but rather as questions being asked by someone who has read the texts and is still trying to figure out what is being said and WHY IT MATTERS—this means, for instance, that it will generally not be helpful to simply say in response to the question something on the order of what was literally said in the text since the person raising the question will have already encountered that and yet the question remains.
In one way or another then every question (REGARDLESS of how it is phrased) is attempting to get you to provide the questioner with some assistance in figuring out what is being said at that point, how it relates to other things in the text, WHY ANY OF IT IS SIGNIFICANT TO US, what it really means, etc. Put another way, and perhaps more simply, you should view each question as my attempt to ask you for your views concerning what so-and-so (the author, character, etc.) is really trying to tell us. THINK: “WHY DOES THIS MATTER TO US?” NOT “why does this matter to the story.” The point of asking what the author is trying to communicate is meant to highlight the presumption that the author is trying to say something that he deems to be significant.
It will not be satisfactory if you simply state our view. Rather, you should be prepared to say WHY you think that is what is being said or WHY we think its significance is thus and such. Absent any capacity on our part to say why we think that is the right thing to say about the text our conversation cannot progress beyond the mere stating of our opinions. Consequently, you should explain why you think your view of the text is justified.

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