Is Aristotle saying that there is always something that can cause prosperity but never a definite reason why we want prosperity(fortune)?
Is Aristotle only considering money when he says fortune?
Are fortune and choice opposite factors?
is tracing things back to nature a practice of objectivity or is is done for the sake of trying to find logic in things that people are unable to understand
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