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Aristotle's Ethics: A Guide to Living the Good Life

Aristotle's Ethics: A Guide to Living the Good Life

John Cuddeback, Ph.D.

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Aristotle's Ethics: A Guide to Living the Good Life

John Cuddeback, Ph.D.

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Course Introduction

Everybody wants to do the right thing, be the best person they can be, and help their family and friends do the same. But why does man have this innate desire to be “good?” What does goodness look like? Are good and evil the same for everyone? Using Aristotle’sEthics as his guide, John Cuddeback, Ph.D. answers these questions and more, showing how man is shaped by the choices he makes, and how continually choosing the good inevitably leads to happiness.


The digital course includes lifetime access to eight 30 minutes lectures, a quiz on each lecture and a PDF of the Lecture Guide. The full-color Lecture Guides provide helpful discussion questions, insightful lecture summaries, and suggested readings for each participant. Passing each quiz in the course with a minimum score of 70% gives the student a certificate of completion, which can be applied to one our certificate programs. See Certificates for more detail.

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Meet your Professor

Dr. Cuddeback holds a Doctorate in Philosophy from The Catholic University of America. He is Professor of Philosophy at Christendom College, Front Royal, Virginia. He has lectured widely on various topics including virtue, culture, natural law, contemplation, and friendship. His book Friendship: The Art of Happiness was republished in 2010 as True Friendship: Where Virtue Becomes Happiness. His writings have appeared in Nova et VeteraThe Thomist, and The Review of Metaphysics, as well as in several volumes published by the American Maritain Association.


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