Can we talk about “completeness of life” without “meaning in life”? Vinje, H. (2022). Complete Life in the Eudemian Ethics. Apeiron, 26(2), 299-323.
Keywords:Aristotle, meaning of life, meaning in life, telos, energeia, happiness, death
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